By A. Borel

Provided listed below are fresh advancements within the algebraic thought of D-modules. The ebook comprises an exposition of the fundamental notions and operations of D-modules, of unique good points of coherent, holonomic, and general holonomic D-modules, and of the Riemann-Hilbert correspondence. the speculation of Algebraic D-modules has chanced on notable functions open air of research right, particularly to endless dimensional representations of semisimple Lie teams, to representations of Weyl teams, and to algebraic geometry.

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