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Statementedited by Jürgen Hacker and Arthur Pelchen.
ContributionsHacker, Jürgen., Pelchen, Arthur.
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LC ClassificationsQC981.8.G56 G6 1999
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Paginationviii, 466 p. :
Number of Pages466
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Open LibraryOL381034M
ISBN 100792353374
LC Control Number98043300

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