The Consolidated Treaty Series

Author: Clive Parry

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Treaties

Page: N.A

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The Consolidated Treaty Series is the only collection of bilateral and multilateral treaties from 1648 through 1919. It provides coverage for 270 years before the League of Nations set begins in 1918 and the United Nations collection begins in 1945. These treaties were collected from archives, and published as facsimile reproductions. A limited number of these bound set remains and there will not be another printing. Impeccably organized finding tools include: DT A General Chronology DT Special Chronologies of Colonial and Postal/Telegraph Treaties DT An Index of Parties to Each Treaty General Chronology Volumes provide the following information for each entry: DT The date and place the treaty was signed DT The title of the treaty including the names of the parties DT The volume and page number of each treaty DT The source of each treaty Special Chronology Volumes index Colonial and Postal/Telegraph Treaties. They also provide useful supplementary notes on separate and secret articles and information on later amendment or modification. Party Index-Guides alphabetically group over 550 signatories under their modern geographic state names. Cross-references allow searches by historical, colonial, province names.

Borel-Laplace Transform and Asymptotic Theory

Author: Boris Yu. Sternin,Victor E. Shatalov

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849394355

Category: Mathematics

Page: 288

View: 7002

The resurgent function theory introduced by J. Ecalle is one of the most interesting theories in mathematical analysis. In essence, the theory provides a resummation method for divergent power series (e.g., asymptotic series), and allows this method to be applied to mathematical problems. This new book introduces the methods and ideas inherent in resurgent analysis. The discussions are clear and precise, and the authors assume no previous knowledge of the subject. With this new book, mathematicians and other scientists can acquaint themselves with an interesting and powerful branch of asymptotic theory - the resurgent functions theory - and will learn techniques for applying it to solve problems in mathematics and mathematical sciences.