A new class of algebras (the Jacobian algebras) is introduced and studied in detail. The Jacobian algebras are obtained from the Weyl algebras by inverting (not in the sense of Ore) certain elements. Surprisingly, the Jacobian algebras and the Weyl algebras have little in common. Moreover, they have almost opposite properties
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