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Books: Pfaffs Problem and Its Generalizations
Schouten J.A., van der Kulk W., 1949

Pfaffs Problem and Its Generalizations


In its simplest form, the Pfaff problem (formulated by Pfaff in 1819) consists of determining the maximal integrable manifold of a Pfaffian system, i.e. of a system of vector fields in R^n. This book …

Books: The application of continued fractions and their generalizations to problems in approximation theory
Khovanskii A.N, 1963

The application of continued fractions and their generalizations to problems in approximation theory


The application of continued fractions and their generalizations to problems in approximation theory

Books: Molecular Biology for Computer Scientists
Hunter L., 1993

Molecular Biology for Computer Scientists


For every generalization I make about biology, there may well be thousands of exceptions.There are a lot of living things in the world, and precious few generalizations hold true for all of them. I wi…

Books: Automatic Sequences: Theory, Applications, Generalizations
Allouche J.-P., Shallit J., 2003

Automatic Sequences: Theory, Applications, Generalizations


Combining concepts of mathematics and computer science, this book is about the sequences of symbols that can be generated by simple models of computation called "finite automata". Suitable for graduat…

Books: Technicolor
Farhi E., Susskind L., 1981

Technicolor


The ideas of Technicolour or Dynamical Symmetry Breaking for the weak interactions are reviewed. The need for technicolour is established because of the gauge hierarchy problem. The obvious phenomenol…

Books: Heat Kernels and Dirac Operators
Berline N., Getzler E., Vergne M., 1991

Heat Kernels and Dirac Operators


In this book, the Atiyah-Singer index theorem for Dirac operators on compact Riemannian manifolds and its more recent generalizations receive simple proofs. The main technique which is used is an expl…
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