Melvil Decimal System: 512.46Dewmoji: 🔬 > ➗ > + > ? > ?0 Information 184,385 ℹ️  1 Philosophy and Psychology 173,011 💭  2 Religion 444,891 🙏🏽  3 Social Sciences 956,176 👫  4 Language 124,030 💬  5 Mathematics and Science 297,976 🔬  6 Technology 694,518 💡  7 Arts and Recreation 670,607 🎨  8 Literature 893,417 📚  9 Biography and History 568,807 🗿  50 General Science 23,895 🔬  51 Mathematics 56,778 ➗  52 Astronomy 16,339 🌌  53 Physics 30,187 🍎  54 Chemistry 19,100 ⚗  55 Earth sciences & geology 26,354 🌎  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,177 💀  57 Life Sciences 40,976 🐠  58 Botany 16,527 🌿  59 Zoology 61,643 🐼  510 General Mathematics 14,149 ➗  511 General Principles 4,982 📐  512 Algebra 7,209 +  513 Arithmetic 4,479 🔢  514 Trigonometry; topology 1,379 🍩  515 Analysis 8,480 Σ  516 Algebraic geometry 4,306 V  517 Calculus 840 ∫  518 Numerical analysis 538 💻  519 Applied Mathematics, Probabilities 10,416 📊  512.0 342  512.1 Systems of algebra 292  512.2 Numeric equations; Imaginary expressions 755  512.3 Algebraic equations; Maxima and minima 146  512.4 Series; Fractions; Binomial theorem; Taylor's theorem 386  512.5 Combinatory analysis 1,071  512.6 Proportion and progression 61  512.7 Involution and evolution 962  512.8 Higher algebra 540  512.9 Problems and tables 984  512.40 1  512.41  512.42 13  512.43  512.44 47  512.45 1  512.46 34  512.47  512.48 90  512.49 
Works under MDS 512.46 
 Nearrings, nearfields and related topics by prasadkunchamsyam
 Topics in noncommutative algebra : the theorem of Campbell, Baker, Hausdorff and Dynkin by Andrea Bonfiglioli
 Prime divisors and noncommutative valuation theory by marubayashihidetoshi
 Rings, modules, and representations : International Conference on Rings and Things in Honor of Carl Faith and Barbara Osofsky, June 15  17, 2007, Ohio UniversityZanesville by Carl Clifton Faith
 Formal matrices by krylovpiotra
 Algebraic coding theory over finite commutative rings by Steven Dougherty
 Functional Identities (Frontiers in Mathematics) by Matej Brešar
 New trends in noncommutative algebra : conference in honor of Ken Goodearl's 65th birthday, August 914, 2010, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington by K. R. Goodearl
 Rings, modules and representations : International Conference on Rings and Things in Honor of Carl Faith and Barbara Osofsky, June 15  17, 2007, Ohio UniversityZanesville, OH by Carl Faith
 Noncommutative Algebra and Geometry (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Corrado De Concini
 Hopf algebras and tensor categories : international conference, July 48, 2011, University of Almería, Almería, Spain by andruskiewitschnicol
 NonAssociative Algebra and Its Applications (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Lev V. Sabinin
 Expository lectures on representation theory : Maurice Auslander Distinguished Lectures and International Conference, April 2530, 2012, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Quissett Campus, Falmouth, MA by Kiyoshi Igusa
 Graduate Algebra: Noncommutative View by Louis Halle Rowen
 Two kinds of derived categories, Koszul duality, and comodulecontramodule correspondence by positselskileonid
 Nonabelian Multiplicative Integration on Surfaces by Amnon Yekutiely

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