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Preliminaries

  • Messoud Efendiev
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Part of the Fields Institute Monographs book series (FIM, volume 36)

Abstract

In this chapter, we present notation and generally known facts (mostly without proofs) that we use to state and derive the results of the subsequent chapters.

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  • Messoud Efendiev
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  1. 1.Institute of Computational BiologyHelmholtz Center MunichNeuherbergGermany

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