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Songs about Azumaya:
Azumaya no by Kyosuke Kobayashi Kazumichi Ohno from the Album Andeutung im Mondschein
Books about Azumaya:
Azumaya - Morita pass lectionary (Kadokawa haiku Sosho) (2006) ISBN: 4046518537 [Japanese Import] by Morita Pass (0010)
Azumaya Setsuko songbook - The Myth of Tomorrow (2006) ISBN: 4885519977 [Japanese Import] by Azumaya Setsuko (0010)
korede dokuha genjimonogatari 50 azumaya (Japanese Edition) by Mitsuishi Yukiko (Feb 7, 2014)
Azumaya Algebras, Actions, and Modules: Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of Goro Azumaya's Seventieth Birthday... by Darrell Haile and James Osterburg (Jan 1992)
AZUMAYA ALGEBRAS ACTIONS AND MODULES (CONM/124) by HAILE OSTERBURG (1992)
Theorie de la Descente et Algebres d'Azumaya (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) (French Edition) by M.-A. Knus and M. Ojanguren (Aug 20, 1974)
Theorie de la descente et algebres d'Azumaya (Lecture notes in mathematics, 389) (French Edition) by Max Albert Knus (1974)
Wiki information Azumaya:
In mathematics, an Azumaya algebra is a generalization of central simple algebras to R-algebras where R need not be a field. Such a notion was introduced in a 1951 paper of Goro Azumaya, for the case where R is a commutative local ring. The notion...
Gorō Azumaya was a Japanese mathematician who introduced the notion of Azumaya algebra in 1951. His advisor was Shokichi Iyanaga. At the time of his death he was an emeritus professor at Indiana University.