By Joseph Fels Ritt
A big job undertaken by means of J. F. Ritt and his collaborators within the 1930's used to be to provide the classical idea of nonlinear differential equations, just like the speculation created via Emmy Noether and her college for algebraic equations and algebraic types. the present publication offers the result of two decades of labor in this challenge. The publication fast grew to become a vintage, and to this point, it is still essentially the most whole and priceless debts of differential algebra and its purposes.
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