introduction to topological groups
lectures 1973/74 62 Pages
 1974
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Aarhus Universitet, Matematisk Institut , [Aarhus]
Topological gr
Statement  Morikuni Goto. 
Series  Lecture notes series ; no. 40, Lecture notes series (Aarhus universitet. Matematisk institut) ;, no. 40. 
Classifications  

LC Classifications  QA1 .A13 no. 40, QA387 .A13 no. 40 
The Physical Object  
Pagination  62 leaves ; 
ID Numbers  
Open Library  OL5241223M 
LC Control Number  75312601 



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Format Book Published [Aarhus]: Aarhus Universitet, Matematisk Institut, Description 62 leaves ; 30 cm. Uniform series Lecture notes series (Aarhus universitet. Matematisk institut) ; no. Subject headings Topological groups.
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