Talk:Algebraic torus

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Article needs some less abstract material[edit]

I'm not a specialist in algebraic geometry, but it seems to me that this article could be equipped with some less abstract definitions and examples. An example of a less abstract definition might be a definition of some reasonably broad, but not the broadest imaginable, class of algebraic tori. Say, for example, over an algebraically closed field, or over the complex numbers. I presume one can do that without, for example, needing to use the notion of scheme. Such a definition, of course, gives rise to examples...

MorphismOfDoom (talk) 18:57, 24 November 2014 (UTC)