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serre

(sɜː)
vb (intr)
another word for serr
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Jean-Pierre Serre's mathematical contributions, leading to a Fields Medal in 1954, were largely in the field of algebraic topology, but his later work ranged widely--within algebraic geometry, group theory, and especially number theory.
Proved by the work of French mathematician Jean-Pierre Serre (who has made fundamental contributions to algebraic topology, algebraic geometry, and algebraic number theory) and American mathematician John Torrence Tate, Jr.
One is a special lecture by Jean-Pierre Serre (College de France, Paris) on how to use finite fields for problems concerning infinite fields.