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The objective of the special issue is to explore new research techniques, theories, and approaches in the field of homology theory of higher structure algebraic groups. The hope is to provide a platform for all researchers and mathematicians working in this field to present their works and become updated as to the state of research and development in this field by reading the works of other scientists.
Homology theory of higher structure algebraic groups is a growing field and has many applications in various areas of physics such as the quantum field theory, relativity, and in various fields of mathematics such as graph theory, networks, and optimization and has a potential application in economics.
Aims and Scope:
Explore recent research in the field of homology theory of higher structure algebraic groups
Bring together both theoreticians and applied scientists in this field
Show the utility and the applicability of research in this field
Widen the scope of public interest
Provide different viewpoints on various aspects of this field