American Mathematical Society Translations (Google eBook)

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Contents

Continuous Lattices of Partitions and Lattices of Continuous Partitions
1
Combinatorics of Young Tableaux and Configurations
17
On Integral Models of Affine Toric Varieties
99
Biorthogonal Wavelet Bases with Rational Masks
147
QPseudodifference Universal DrinfeldSokolov Reduction
169
Effective Construction of Local Parameters of Irreducible Components of
201
From the Editorial Board
233
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