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## Algebra II

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***Note: I haven't got round to writing up and uploading all of my notes. This
should happen soon enough.***
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These are a set of lecture notes from Algebra II lectures held at the ETH
Zürich in the summer semester of 2019 by Prof. R. Pandharipande, written during
the semester.
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The proofs are intentionally written rather verbosely.
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### Disclaimer
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I cannot guarantee completeness, nor correctness either due to time constraints
or knowledge gaps. These are mainly for my own understanding and a way to share
them along with the source in a practical way. In other words, please don't
rely on these being a complete and thorough script of the lectures, instead see
them as what they are: a comprehensive set of non-exhaustive lecture notes.

Do not hesitate to send me an email if you discover any mistakes, ranging over
mathematical errors, spelling mistakes, gramatical or typesetting issues - I'm
open to any suggestions.

### Compiling yourself

These notes are compied with and written in the `pandoc` markdown flavour. To
compile the pdfs yourself, install [pandoc](https://pandoc.org/) and call
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`pandoc -V geometry:margin=1in <lecture>.md -o <lecture>.pdf`

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Most *nix distros will have it available in the regular repositories. `pandoc`
is also availble in OSX via [homebrew](https://brew.sh). For more help
installing see [the pandoc install guides](https://pandoc.org/installing.html).
There is also an [online](https://pandoc.org/try/) version that doesn't require
installing any tools.
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There are many more examples and demos on the `pandoc`
[website](https://pandoc.org/demos.html).