Mathematical and numerical aspects of wave propagation

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Statementedited by John A. DeSanto.
ContributionsDeSanto, J. A. 1941-, International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation
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LC ClassificationsQC157 .M38 1998
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Pagination792 p. :
Number of Pages792
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Open LibraryOL453454M
ISBN 100898714230
LC Control Number98168675

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