Stereology and Quantitative Metallography: A Symposium Presented at the Seventy-fourth Annual Meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Atlantic City, N.J., 27 June-2 July, 1971, Issue 504
American Society for Testing Materials, 1972 - Technology & Engineering - 182 pages
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Application of Topological Concepts in Stereologyj h Steele jr
Automatic Methods for Analysis of Microstructuresg a moore
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