# Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension by Alexandru Buium

By Alexandru Buium

Differential algebraic teams have been brought via P. Cassidy and E. Kolchin and are, approximately talking, teams outlined through algebraic differential equations within the comparable approach as algebraic teams are teams outlined via algebraic equations. the purpose of the ebook is two-fold: 1) the offer an algebraic geometer's creation to differential algebraic teams and a couple of) to supply a constitution and category concept for the finite dimensional ones. the most proposal of the method is to narrate this subject to the examine of: a) deformations of (not inevitably linear) algebraic teams and b) deformations in their automorphisms. The reader is believed to possesssome typical wisdom of algebraic geometry yet no familiarity with Kolchin's paintings is important. The ebook is either a examine monograph and an advent to a brand new subject and therefore should be of curiosity to a large viewers starting from researchers to graduate students.

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