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Polynomial identities and asymptotic methods

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American Mathematical Society , Providence, RI
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StatementAntonio Giambruno, Mikhail Zaicev.
SeriesMathematical surveys and monographs ;, v. 122, Mathematical surveys and monographs ;, no. 122.
ContributionsZaicev, Mikhail.
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LC ClassificationsQA251 .G43 2005
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL3428533M
ISBN 100821838296
LC Control Number2005053010

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