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Published by Mir Publishers in Moskva .
Written in English


  • Computer engineering -- Mathematics.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesMatematicheskie aspekty vychislitelʹnoĭ tekhniki.
Statementedited by V.P. Maslov, K.A. Volosov ; [translated from Russian by Eugene Yankovsky].
SeriesAdvances in science and technology in the USSR.
ContributionsMaslov, V. P., Volosov, K. A.
LC ClassificationsTK7888.3 .M359 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination390 p. ;
Number of Pages390
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2468333M
ISBN 105030002197
LC Control Number87178650

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