On-Line Resources

 

Here are some on-line resources for deepening your understanding of Abstract Algebra

and assisting you with routine computations.

 

Joe Gallians site to accompany our textbook:

http://www.d.umn.edu/~jgallian/

 

Marcus Pivato’s Abstract Algebra course.  This follows a more advanced textbook (Dummit and Foote), but it may help to have a different perspective on some of the topics.  His illustrations are exceptionally good.

http://xaravve.trentu.ca/330/330a.html  

 

Really excellent visualizations for abstract algebra concepts from Marcus Pivato:

http://xaravve.trentu.ca/330/pictures.html#pic.cayley

 

Maple site for abstract algebra:

http://www.mapleapps.com/powertools/abstractalgebra/abstractalgebra.shtml

 

A Maple manual to accompany our text:

http://webpages.shepherd.edu/amihailo/AbstractAlgebra.html

 

Sample questions (some of these are beyond the scope of our class, but most are good study problems)

http://math.dartmouth.edu/graduate-students/syllabi/sample-questions/algebra/algebra.html

 

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