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By Earl R. Berkson, N. Tenney Peck, J. Jerry Uhl

Through the educational yr 1986-7, the college of Illinois was once host to a symposium on mathematical research which was once attended by way of the various major figures within the box. This ebook arises out of this certain 12 months and lays emphasis at the synthesis of recent and classical research. The contributed articles via the individuals disguise the gamut of mainstream issues. This e-book may be necessary to researchers in mathematical research.

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