# Artin billiard

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2013

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2013

- Science
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The recent discovery of mutations in metabolic enzymes has rekindled interest in harnessing the altered metabolism of cancerâ€¦Â (More)

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2005

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2005

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Let G be a compact p-adic Lie group, with no element of order p, and having a closed normal subgroup H such that G/H isâ€¦Â (More)

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2002

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2002

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Toward a systematic framework for research on dominant designs, technological innovations, and industrial change Johann Peterâ€¦Â (More)

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2001

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2001

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The braid groups Bn were originally introduced by Emil Artin in 1926. They have many interpretations, for example, as the groupâ€¦Â (More)

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1999

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1999

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Galois group, 222 adeles, 149 Artinâ€™s conjecture, 293 automorphic form, 292 bar resolution, 172 biquadratic reciprocity, 271â€¦Â (More)

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1996

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1996

- CPHC/BCS distinguished dissertations
- 1996

This thesis discusses the use of the real numbers in theorem proving. Typically, theorem provers only support a few `discreteâ€¦Â (More)

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1994

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Dynamical zeta functions are expected to relate the SchrĂ¶dinger operator's spectrum to the periodic orbits of the correspondingâ€¦Â (More)

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1991

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1991

- 1991

(1.1) Throughout this paper k always denotes a finite field Fq with q elements, and E a prime number not dividing q. Theâ€¦Â (More)

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1985

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1985

- 1985

Introduction. The purpose of this paper is to prove the equality of certain local coefficients of arithmetic significance whichâ€¦Â (More)

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1968

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1968

- 1968

Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of JSTOR's Terms and Conditions of Use, available at . http://www.jstorâ€¦Â (More)

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