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- A graphic apology for symmetry and implicitness
- Additive number theory of polynomials over a finite field
- Algebraic and geometric surgery
- Analysis on symmetric cones
- Analytic K-homology
- Applied semigroups and evolution equations
- Approach spaces : the missing link in the topology-uniformity-metric triad
- Arithmetical similarities : prime decomposition and finite group theory
- Asymptotic analysis of fields in multi-structures
- Black holes : gravitational interactions
- Borel's methods of summability : theory and applications
- Classical and modern methods in summability
- Classical harmonic analysis and locally compact groups
- Colliding plane waves in general relativity
- Compact manifolds with special holonomy
- Complementary variational principles
- Complex hyperbolic geometry
- Connections, definite forms, and four-manifolds
- Cyclic modules and the structure of rings
- Eddington's statistical theory
- Elliptic operators and Lie groups
- Feynman's operational calculus and beyond : noncommutativity and time-ordering
- Finite projective spaces of three dimensions
- Fourier-Mukai transforms in algebraic geometry
- Functions of bounded variation and free discontinuity problems
- G-algebras and modular representation theory
- General Galois geometries
- General relativity and the Einstein equations
- Generalized hypergeometric functions
- Geometric function theory and non-linear analysis
- Geometric quantization
- Hardy classes and operator theory
- Hilbert modular forms and Iwasawa theory
- Homographies, quaternions, and rotations
- Homotopy type and homology
- Hyperbolic dynamics and Brownian motion : an introduction
- Hyperbolic manifolds and Kleinian groups
- Introduction to symplectic topology
- Lie groups, convex cones, and semigroups
- Local class field theory
- Loop groups
- Meromorphic functions
- Multidimensional hyperbolic partial differential equations : first-order systems and applications
- Nonlinear potential theory of degenerate elliptic equations
- Nonlinear waves in elastic crystals
- Nonlinear waves in one-dimensional dispersive systems
- Oscillation theory of delay differential equations : with applications
- Partial wave amplitudes and resonance poles
- Partially ordered topological vector spaces
- Perfect groups
- Polyharmonic functions
- Products of groups
- Projective geometries over finite fields
- Projective geometries over finite fields
- Projective representations of the symmetric groups : Q-functions and shifted tableaux
- Quantum symmetries on operator algebras
- Quantum-statistical foundations of chemical kinetics
- Sasakian geometry
- Semigroups of linear operators and applications
- Some novel types of fractal geometry
- Special functions : a unified theory based on singularities
- Spectral theory and differential operators
- Symmetric functions and Hall polynomials
- Symmetric functions and Hall polynomials
- System control and rough paths
- The Feynman integral and Feynman's operational calculus
- The Penrose transform : its interaction with representation theory
- The Schwarz lemma
- The cohomology of groups
- The computational complexity of differential and integral equations : an information-based approach
- The distribution of prime numbers : large sieves and zero-density theorems
- The fourth Janko group
- The general theory of integration
- The geometry of four-manifolds
- The laminar boundary layer equations
- The mathematical theory of thermodynamic limits : Thomas-Fermi type models
- The porous medium equation : mathematical theory
- The theory of infinite soluble groups
- The theory of laminar boundary layers in compressible fluids
- The universality of the Radon transform
- Threading homology through algebra : selected patterns
- Topological dynamics of random dynamical systems
- Traces and determinants of pseudodifferential operators
- Triple systems
- Variational principles in heat transfer ; : a unified Lagrangian analysis of dissipative phenomena
- Wavelets : an analysis tool

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