African Americans in mathematics DIMACS workshop, June 26-28, 1996

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StatementNathaniel Dean, editor.
SeriesDIMACS series in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science,, v. 34
ContributionsDean, Nathaniel, 1956-, NSF Science and Technology Center in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science., Conference for African-American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences (2nd : 1996 : Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theroretical Computer Science)
LC ClassificationsQA1 .A213 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 205 p. :
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL675557M
ISBN 100821806785
LC Control Number97021748

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