Lectures on Complex Approximation


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The theory of General Relativity, after its invention by Albert Einstein, remained for many years a monument of mathemati- cal speculation, striking in its ambition and its formal beauty, but quite separated from the main stream of modern Physics, which had centered, after the early twenties, on quantum mechanics and its applications. In the last ten or fifteen years, however, the situation has changed radically. First, a great deal of significant exper en- tal data became available. Then important contributions were made ...

Lectures on Complex Approximation 1987, Birkhauser, Secaucus

ISBN-13: 9780817631475

Softcover Reprint of the Origi edition