Frontiers in Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to Jacques-Louis Lions on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday
North-Holland, 1991 - Mathematics - 286 pages
The sixtieth birthday of the eminent mathematician, Jacques-Louis Lions, was celebrated in Paris with a gathering of his friends from the scientific community all over the world. Several hundred scientists met for a week at the Sorbonne and nineteen of the lectures they delivered have been collected in this unique volume, which is an investigation of the frontiers of mathematics.
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T ARBOGAST J DOUGLAS Jr U HORNUNG
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