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The main achievements of mathematical research from Newton and Euler to trendy purposes of arithmetic in actual sciences, engineering and different components are offered during this quantity. Its 3 elements hide the equipment of research: illustration tools, asymptotic tools and rework equipment. The authors - the well known analysts M.A. Evgrafov and M.V. Fedoryuk - haven't easily provided a compendium of thoughts yet have under pressure through the underlying team spirit of a few of the equipment. the basic rules are basically offered and illustrated with fascinating and non-trivial examples. References, including courses to the literature, are supplied for these readers who desire to pass extra.
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