Manifolds — Amsterdam 1970

  • Morel J
  • Teissier B
  • Maini P
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Lecture Notes aim to report new developments in all areas of mathematics and their applications - quickly, informally and at a high level. Mathematical texts analysing new developments in modelling and numerical simulation are welcome. Monograph manuscripts should be reasonably self-contained and rounded off. Thus they may, and often will, present not only results of the author but also related work by other people. They may be based on specialised lecture courses. Furthermore, the manuscripts should provide sufficient motivation, examples and applications. This clearly distinguishes Lecture Notes from journal articles or technical reports which normally are very concise. Articles intended for a journal but too long to be accepted by most journals, usually do not have this "lecture notes" character. For similar reasons it is unusual for doctoral theses to be accepted for the Lecture Notes series, though habilitation theses may be appropriate. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2013.




Morel, J. M., Teissier, B., & Maini, P. K. (1971). Manifolds — Amsterdam 1970. (N. H. Kuiper, Ed.), Lecture Notes in Mathematics (Vol. 197). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Retrieved from

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