Algebraic Number Theory: Course Outline (MAT609)
Algebraic number theory is a major branch of number theory that studies algebraic structures related to algebraic integers.
Course Outline
Algebraic Numbers: Algebraic numbers and number fields, Discriminants, Norms and traces, Algebraic integers and integral bases, Factorization and divisibility, Applications of unique factorization, Quadratic fields, Cyclotomic fields, Units in number rings. Valuation rings, Properties of Ideals, PID’s and UFD’s, Dedikind rings, norms of ideals, class group and class numbers of quadratic fields.
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by Alaca, Saban
Williams, Kenneth S.
ISBN 9780511164149
Date of publication 2003 
by Newman, Donald J.
ISBN 9780387227405
Date of publication 1997 
by Tattersall, James J.
ISBN 9781139145497
Date of publication 1999 
by Alladi, Krishnaswami
ISBN 9780387785103
Date of publication 2008 
by Koshy, Thomas
ISBN 9780080547091
Date of publication 2007