Abelian group theory: Proceedings of the Oberwolfach conference, January 12-17, 1981 (Lecture notes in mathematics) download epub
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12-17, 1981 ed. by R. Gobel. National Bibliographic Agency Control Number: (OCoLC)310856150. Personal Name: Go?bel, Ru?diger Hrsg. Meeting Name: Conference on Abelian Group Theory 1981, Oberwolfach (DE-588)818802-6 (DE-576)192354655. Download now Abelian group theory : proceedings of the Oberwolfach Conference, Jan. 12-17, 1981 ed. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
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