Quantum algebra

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Quantum algebra is the study of noncommutative analogues and generalisations of commutative algebras, especially those arising in Lie theory.[1] It is one of the top-level mathematics categories used by the arXiv.

Subjects include:


  1. ^ "What is quantum algebra?". mathoverflow.net. Retrieved 2018-01-22.

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