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FAQ Policy. The surveys provided can serve as an introduction for them and offer guidance for further study. Show all. Stavrova and A. This theory occurred in early s in the works of Grothendieck, Bass, and MIlnor, later fantastic progress was achieved in the works of Quillen, Suslin, and other classics.

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Algebraic K-theory relates to a ring a new type of invariants, the values of K-functors, that measure to what extend the answers to classical problems of linear algebra differ from the known answers for fields. Vavilov , A.

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