By David Eisenbud
First textbook-level account of uncomplicated examples and methods during this area.
Suitable for self-study via a reader who is familiar with a bit commutative algebra and algebraic geometry already.
David Eisenbud is a well known mathematician and present president of the yank Mathematical Society, in addition to a winning Springer author.
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