# Advances in Hopf algebras (p. 326 missing) by Jeffrey Bergen, Susan Montgomery

By Jeffrey Bergen, Susan Montgomery

This amazing reference covers issues similar to quantum teams, Hopf Galois conception, activities and coactions of Hopf algebras, destroy and crossed items, and the constitution of cosemisimple Hopf algebras.

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