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Algebraische Zahlentheorie by Jürgen Neukirch
Automorphe Formen (Springer-Lehrbuch Masterclass) (German Edition) by Anton Deitmar
Computeralgebra: Eine algorithmisch orientierte Einführung by Wolfram Koepf
Elliptische Funktionen und Modulformen (Springer-Lehrbuch Masterclass) (German Edition) by Max Koecher
Finite Elemente Theorie, schnelle Löser und Anwendungen in der Elastizitätstheorie by Dietrich Braess
Grundlagen der Warteschlangentheorie by Dieter Baum
Kombinatorische Optimierung Theorie und Algorithmen by Bernhard Korte
Mathematische Statistik by L. Rüschendorf
Mathematische Statistik (Springer-Lehrbuch Masterclass) by Ludger Rüschendorf
Neuromathematik und Assoziativmaschinen by Hans-Joachim Bentz
Partielle Differentialgleichungen eine anwendungsorientierte Einführung by Ben Schweizer
Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie by Achim Klenke
Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie (Springer-Lehrbuch Masterclass) by Ludger Rüschendorf
Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie und Stochastische Prozesse by Michael Mürmann

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