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**Mathematical Engineering** - Author:
**Igor I. Gorban (auth.)** - Year:
**2017** - Publisher:
**Springer International Publishing** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**978-3-319-43585-5,978-3-319-43584-8**

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