
 Algebraic Geometry (Site not responding. Last check: 20071107) 
  Algebraically, generic values of a parameter can be simulated by introducing a new transcendental element to the field of constants. 
  Algebraic Geometry is intimately connected with projective geometry, commutative algebra, complex analysis, semialgebraic geometry, singularity theory, topology, and number theory. 
  Algebraic geometry does usually not deal with problems involving transcendental functions (sin, log, exp; these are dealt with in analytic geometry) and order relations (<,>: these are dealt with in semialgebraic geometry). 
 www.risc.unilinz.ac.at /research/alggeo (368 words) 
