Published August 26, 2002 by Birkhauser .
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|Contributions||A.K. Agarwal (Editor), Bruce C. Berndt (Editor), Christian F. Krattenthaler (Editor), Gary L. Mullen (Editor), K. Ramachandra (Editor), Michel Waldschmidt (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||314|
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