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Set-Valued Mappings, Selections and Topological Properties of 2x by W. M. Fleischman171
Geometric Theory of Semilinear Parabolic Equations by Daniel Henry840
Algebraic Threefolds by Alberto Conte947
Fluid Dynamics by H. Beirao da Veiga1047
Algebraic and Geometric Topology by Andrew Ranicki1126
Stochastic Processes - Mathematics and Physics II by Sergio Albeverio1250
Algebraic Topology - Rational Homotopy: Proceedings of a Conference held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, May 2-6, 1986 (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) (French Edition) by Yves Felix1318
Global Analysis: Studies and Applications III by Yurii G. Borisovich1334
Categorical Algebra and its Applications: Proceedings of a Conference, Held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 26 - August 1, 1987 (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Francis Borceux1348
The Red Book of Varieties and Schemes by David Mumford1358
Number theory, Madras 1987 : proceedings of the International Ramanujan Centenary Conference, held at Anna University, Madras, India, Dec. 21, 1987 by Krishnaswami Alladi1395
Methods of Nonconvex Analysis: Lectures given at the 1st Session of the Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo (C.I.M.E.) held at Varenna, Italy, June 15-23, 1989 (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Arrigo Cellina1446
Global Solution Branches of Two Point Boundary Value Problems by Renate Schaaf1458
Lie Algebras and Lie Groups: 1964 Lectures Given at Harvard University by Jean-Pierre Serre1500
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Ete de Probabilites de St. Flour XXIV - 1994 by Roland Dobrushin1648
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Ete de Probabilites de Saint-Flour XXV - 1995 by Martin T. Barlow1690
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Ete de Probabilites de Saint-Flour XXVII - 1997 by J. Bertoin1717
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Ete de Probabilites de Saint-Flour XXVIII - 1998 by M. Emery1738
Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis: Israel Seminar 2001-2002 by Vitali D. Milman1807
Combinations of Complex Dynamical Systems by Kevin M. Pilgrim1827
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Eté de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXXI - 2001 by Simon Tavaré1837
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Eté de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXXII - 2002 by Boris Tsirelson1840
Quantum Independent Increment Processes II: Structure of Quantum Lévy Processes, Classical Probability, and Physics by Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen1866
Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics: Ecole d'Eté de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXXIII - 2003 by Amir Dembo1869
Axiom of Choice by Horst Herrlich1876
Beyond Partial Differential Equations: On Linear and Quasi-Linear Abstract Hyperbolic Evolution Equations (Lecture Notes by Horst Reinhard Beyer1898
Zeta Functions of Groups and Rings by Marcus Du Sautoy1925

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