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  • Book Title: Applied and numerical partial differential equations: scientific computing in simulation, optimization and control in a multidisciplinary context
  • ISBN: 9789048132386
  • EAN: 9048132386
  • Book language: en
  • Pages count: 248
  • Release date: 21.05.2010
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  • Quality: Scanned 900 DPI
  • OS: iOs, Andriod, Windows
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  • Filesize: 4.43Mb
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