University of Massachusets, Amherst
Current Course Notes
(for Spring 2016).
The notes will hopefully change/improve during the semester.
A D-modules version of the text:
Chapters 0-12 + Homeworks.
This is an older version (Spring 04?).
That time the idea was to develop the theory of
D-modules (algebraic theory of linear differential equations),
as an example of a theory dealing with classical objects
that just would not get off the ground without
However, adding the theory of D-modules
slows down the exposition.
So, the only thing one finds here is this example
of how Homological Algebra is used for
Office Hours: by arrangement.
Syllabus: to appear.