By Michiel Hazewinkel
This can be the 3rd supplementary quantity to Kluwer's hugely acclaimed twelve-volume Encyclopaedia of arithmetic. This extra quantity includes approximately 500 new entries written by way of specialists and covers advancements and subject matters no longer integrated within the past volumes. those entries are prepared alphabetically all through and a distinctive index is incorporated. This supplementary quantity complements the present twelve volumes, and jointly, those 13 volumes characterize the main authoritative, finished and up to date Encyclopaedia of arithmetic to be had.
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