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Oct
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comment Algebraization of integral calculus
Thanks, Bill. I'll have a look.
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comment Algebraization of integral calculus
Thanks, Qiaochu, this appears to fit the bill.
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@Bill D.: Sure, one can define the integration operator $I$ as the right inverse of the derivation $\partial$ so that $\partial \circ I=\mathrm{id}$ but I just can't help wondering whether there are more "straightforward" ways to handle the matter. Also (although this is somewhat of an idle speculation :)) there may be contexts where you'd like the integration to be the "primary" structure and the derivative to come in second.
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answered Best Algebraic Geometry text book? (other than Hartshorne)
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answered Good books and lecture notes about category theory.