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Progress in mathematical physics

Progress in mathematical physics

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Published by Hidustan Pub. Co., A. Hilger in Delhi, Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of "Matematicheskaya fizika".

Statementedited by Yu. A. Mitropol"skii ; translated from the Russian by V. Kumar, translation editor, Alan Jeffery.
ContributionsMitropol"skii, Yurii Alekseevich.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22206577M
ISBN 100852743203

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