Algebra and Applications 1

Non-associative Algebras and Categories

SCIENCES – Mathematics

Algebra and Applications 1

Edited by

Abdenacer Makhlouf, University of Haute Alsace, France

ISBN : 9781789450170

Publication Date : April 2021

Hardcover 364 pp

165.00 USD



This book is part of Algebra and Geometry, a subject within the SCIENCES collection published by ISTE and Wiley, and the first of three volumes specifically focusing on algebra and its applications. Algebra and Applications 1 centers on non-associative algebras and includes an introduction to derived categories. The chapters are written by recognized experts in the field, providing insight into new trends, as well as a comprehensive introduction to the theory. The book incorporates self-contained surveys with the main results, applications and perspectives.

The chapters in this volume cover a wide variety of algebraic structures and their related topics. Jordan superalgebras, Lie algebras, composition algebras, graded division algebras, non-associative C*-algebras, H*-algebras, Krichever-Novikov type algebras, preLie algebras and related structures, geometric structures on 3-Lie algebras and derived categories are all explored.

Algebra and Applications 1 is of great interest to graduate students and researchers. Each chapter combines some of the features of both a graduate level textbook and of research level surveys.


1. Jordan Superalgebras, Consuelo Martinez and Efim Zelmanov.
2. Composition Algebras, Alberto Elduque.
3. Graded-Division Algebras, Yuri Bahturin, Mikhail Kochetov and Mikhail Zaicev.
4. Non-associativeC*-algebras, Ángel Rodríguez Palacios and Miguel Cabrera García.
5. Structure of H*-algebras, José Antonio Cuenca Mira.
6. Krichever–Novikov Type Algebras: Definitions and Results, Martin Schlichenmaier.
7. An Introduction to Pre-Lie Algebras, Chengming Bai.
8. Symplectic, Product and Complex Structures on 3-Lie Algebras, Yunhe Sheng and Rong Tang.
9. Derived Categories, Bernhard Keller.

About the authors/editors

Abdenacer Makhlouf is a Professor and head of the mathematics department at the University of Haute Alsace, France. His research covers structure, representation theory, deformation theory and cohomology of various types of algebras, including non-associative algebras, Hopf algebras and n-ary algebras.