Toroidal Groups: Line Bundles, Cohomology and Quasi-Abelian Varieties (Lecture Notes in Mathematics #1759) (Paperback)

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Toroidal Groups: Line Bundles, Cohomology and Quasi-Abelian Varieties (Lecture Notes in Mathematics #1759) (Paperback)

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Product Details ISBN: 9783540419891
ISBN-10: 3540419896
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: May 22nd, 2001
Pages: 142
Language: English
Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics