Characteristic properties of semidisks. by Frederick W. Gehring

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Published by Les Presses de l"Université de Montréal in Montéal .

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At head of title: Séminaire scientifique Otan (Nato Advanced Study Institute).

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SeriesSéminaire de mathématiques supérieures -- 84
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Open LibraryOL21802687M
ISBN 102760606015

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