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Provides comprehensible, working definitions of mathematical expressions, for scientists, engineers, mathematicians, economists, technical writers, and computer programmers. Contains some 2,500 detailed definitions written in a clear, readable style, complete with alternative meanings and related references. Includes terms associated with analysis, calculus, and differential equations, with natural overlap into differential geometry, algebraic geometry, topology, and related areas. Clark is affiliated with the University of Georgia.
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Douglas Clark (1942 – 20 July 2010) was an English poet.
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