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An Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory

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An Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory
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Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Number of pages: 95

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From the table of contents: Algebraic numbers and algebraic integers (Rings of integers, Norms and Traces); Ideals (Factorization and fractional ideals, The Chinese Theorem); Ramification theory; Ideal class group and units; p-adic numbers; Valuations;p-adic fields.

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