By Tonny A. Springer
From the reports: "This e-book provides a big and novel method of Jordan algebras. […] Springer's paintings might be of carrier to investigate employees acquainted with linear algebraic teams who locate they should comprehend whatever approximately Jordan algebras and may supply Jordan algebraists with new suggestions and a brand new method of finite-dimensional algebras over fields." American Scientist
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