By Vladimir V. Tkachuk
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This quantity comprises papers awarded within the certain classes on "Wave Phenomena and similar Topics", and "Asymptotics and Homogenization" of the ISAAC'97 Congress held on the collage of Delaware, in the course of June 2-7, 1997. The ISAAC Congress coincided with a U. S. -Japan Seminar additionally held on the collage of Delaware.
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A Cp-Theory Problem Book: Functional Equivalencies (Problem Books in Mathematics) by Vladimir V. Tkachuk