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Geometric Group TheoryGeometric Group Theory
Cornelia Druţu
Michael Kapovich
Presenting geometric group theory in a form accessible to advanced graduate students and young research mathematicians, this volume fills a gap in the literature and will be useful to researchers in geometric group theory and its applications.

Advanced Modern Algebra, Third Edition, Volumes 1 and 2Advanced Modern Algebra, Third Edition, Parts 1 and 2
Joseph J. Rotman
The first part of this new edition consists of two courses: Gaolis theory and Module theory. The second part explores many topics mentioned in the first part in greater depth, including group theory, representation theory, homological algebra, categories, and commutative algebra.

Alice and Bob Meet BanachAlice and Bob Meet Banach
Guillaume Aubrun
Stanisław Szarek
By building a bridge between two distinct but intensively interacting fields, asymptotic geometric analysis and quantum information theory, this book presents deep insights into the behavior of entanglement and related phenomena in a high-dimensional setting.

Bulletin of the AMS

Bulletin of the AMS Five stages of accepting constructive mathematics
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Five stages of accepting constructive mathematics
On the odd day, a mathematician might wonder what constructive mathematics is all about. They may have heard arguments in favor of constructivism but are not at all convinced by them, and in any case they may care little about philosophy. A typical introductory text about constructivism spends a great deal of time explaining the principles and contains only trivial mathematics, while advanced constructive texts are impenetrable, like all unfamiliar mathematics. How then can a mathematician find out what constructive mathematics feels like? What new and relevant ideas does constructive mathematics have to offer, if any? I shall attempt to answer these questions.

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Diamond Open Access, Societies, and Mission
AMS Associate Executive Director for Publishing Robert Harington ponders an Open Access future for society journals in the SSP's Scholarly Kitchen blog.

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Contemporary Mathematics in Scopus

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Terry Tao on AMS Open Math NotesOpen Math Notes

Terence Tao's course notes on linear algebra are freely downloadable on Open Math Notes.

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