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This version has been known as ‘startlingly up-to-date’, and during this corrected moment printing you will be definite that it’s much more contemporaneous. It surveys from a unified viewpoint either the trendy nation and the traits of continuous improvement in quite a few branches of quantity conception. Illuminated through undemanding difficulties, the significant principles of contemporary theories are laid naked. a few themes coated comprise non-Abelian generalizations of sophistication box concept, recursive computability and Diophantine equations, zeta- and L-functions. This considerably revised and extended new version includes a number of new sections, corresponding to Wiles' facts of Fermat's final Theorem, and proper suggestions coming from a synthesis of assorted theories.

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