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Mixed hodge modules
Introduction 221 § 1. Relative Monodromy Filtration 227 §2. Mixed Hodge Modules on Complex Spaces (2. a) Vanishing Cycle Functors and Specializations (Divisor Case) 236 (2.b) Extensions over LocallyExpand
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Introduction to mixed Hodge modules
© Société mathématique de France, 1989, tous droits réservés. L’accès aux archives de la collection « Astérisque » (http://smf4.emath.fr/ Publications/Asterisque/) implique l’accord avec lesExpand
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Mixed Hodge Modules and Applications
Since the theory of mixed perverse sheaves was established in char p > 0 by Beilinson-Bernstein-Deligne-Gabber [3], it has been conjectured that there would exist objects in char 0 correspondingExpand
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Mixed Hodge modules
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Hodge filtrations on Gauss-Manin systems I
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A propagating algorithm for determining nth-order polynomial, least-squares fits; discussion and reply
Gangi and Shapiro (1977) proposed a recursive algorithm for determining coefficients of least‐squares polynomials. The algorithm is simpler and more efficient than Trench’s (1965) algorithm orExpand
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An approach to inverse scattering problems.
There are several reasons for investigating the inverse scattering problem in medical image processing. A typical case, that of ultrasonic fields, is considered. Assuming that a plane waveExpand
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IIEPSAMP software and Users Guide, Version 1