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  1. Commutative Algebra

 

…commutative algebra is a lot like topology, only backwards.
- John Baez

  1. Commutative Rings Tsit Yuen Lam Math 274 University Of California Berkeley LiveTeXesd by Anton Geraschenko Fall 2006 These notes are part of a remarkable online project by Anton Geraschenko, formerly a graduate student in mathematics at the University of California at Berkeley, now a software developer at Microsoft. Geraschenko began to preach the Gospel of LaTex while attending graduate courses there and eventually compiled an impressive collection of online lecture notes he "Live Tex"-ed during the classes. The notes are incredibly detailed, beautifully formatted permanent transcripts of these courses and as diverse in subject matter and style as the professors at Berkeley who delivered
  2. the original verbal presentations. Let's hope he maintains this site and if he can't,I'd be happy to give them a home. The set of notes living at this particular URL are composed from T.Y. Lam's graduate course in commutative algebra given in 2006. You'd expect such a course given by Lam to be curt
  3. and challenging but algebraically deep and wonderfully comprehensible. It is indeed all that and more-it presumes a strong background in graduate algebra a la Lang the graduate students at Berkeley are noted for. It presents commutative algebra as just that-the branch of algebra dealing with commutative structures such as 2 sided ideals and R-modules over commutative rings and it does so in a completely modern vein. If you've had a good graduate algebra course, you definitely should look at these notes.We'll discuss the others Geraschenko has posted by subject, but really all of them are well worth downloading for the serious graduate student and he's to be thanked for making them all available. They are a shining example of the wonderful possibilities of Live Tex-ing of lectures.
  4. Commutative Algebra  Thomas Markwig University of Kaiserslautern
    November 21, 2012
  5. INTRODUCTION TO COMMUTATIVE RINGS THOMAS J. HAINES University of Maryland
  6. Commutative Algebra I  Mel Hochter University of Michigan 2012
  7. COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA II Mel Hochster University of Michigan Winter 2012
  8. Commutative Rings Thomas Markwig 2011/12
  9. Commutative Rings Dan Segal University of Oxford Autumn 2013 
  10. A Term of Commutative Algebra By Allen ALTMAN and Steven KLEIMAN MIT Lecture Notes Version of September 3, 2012
  11. Commutative Rings Pete Clark University of Georgia 2011
  12.  A Primer of Commutative Algebra James S. Milne April 29 2012
  13. Commutative Algebra II  Kiyoshi Igusa Brandieis University  Spring 2010
  14. Commutative Rings Lectures delivered by Jacob Lurie Notes by Akhil Mathew Fall 2010, Harvard Last updated 12/1/2010
  15. Commutative Algebra  Diane Maclagan Simon Thomas Rutgers University
  16. A Course in Commutative Algebra Robert B. Ash Professor Emeritus Mathematics University of Illinois
  17. A Term of Commutative Algebra By Allen ALTMAN and Steven KLEIMAN  MIT  September 3,
    2012 
  18. ELEMENTARY COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA LECTURE NOTES H.A. NIELSEN  UNIVERSITY OF
    AARHUS 2005
  19. COMMUTATIVE RINGS The Stacks Project Columbia University 
  20. Commutative Algebra A.J. de Jong Columbia University  lecture notes by Qi You 2008
  21. Commutative Algebra  I John Cremons Notes by Florian Bouyer University of Warwick
  22. Commutative Algebra II Narco Schlichting Notes by Florian Bouyer University of Warwick Bouyer 2011
  23. COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA AND ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY NICK GURSKI University of
    Sheffield
  24. Commutative Algebra Notes written by Branden Stone from Craig Huneke's lectures University of Kansas
  25. The CRing Project A collaborative, open source textbook on commutative algebra.  ttp://people.fas.harvard.edu/ ~ amathew/cr.html
  26. Commutative Algebra and Homological Algebra Amnon Yekutieli Department of Mathematics Ben Gurion University 201-2-2011
  27. Commutative Algebra Karen Yeats Simon Fraser University Fall 2013

  28. Commutative Algebra II Kiyoshi Igusa Brandies University  Spring 2010
  29. Hecke Algebras Daniel Bump Stanford University May 11, 2010