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Could you please tell me the price of ‘The Manuscript of Great Expectations’ and where I can get it. Thankls.
The books costs £29.99 or $48. Like all CLC books, this is printed on demand. You can ask your bookshop to order it from http://www.cambridge.org; or order it yourself from http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6630565/?site_locale=en_GB or from Amazon.
I’m researching about operator algebras for Laplace transforms. This Laplace transform is able to obtain many important things for operator algebras and itself.
If you are interested in following homepage then please read it.
「Extension of Laplace transforms」
Keywords: Projection operator , ring , Pascal’s matrix , Lattice form , Diagonal condition , Field , Normed ring , C*-algebra , Semi-group.
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Interesting collection but it seems to be impossible now (as it was about a year ago) to find an up-to-date overview of all available titles on the internet and the website http://www.cambridge.org is impossible to work with.
Thank you for readers. Now I have been added the latest papers in my homepage.
No.13 Approach from modulus for Laplace transforms
Please read it if you like.
We are sorry that it is currently not possible to see a complete single listing of all the CLC books on the Cambridge University Press website. At our mini-site, http://www.cambridge.org/clc, by clicking on the tab ‘Books’, you can see all the books, divided into their subject series.
Dear Kate and Caroline.
Regarding the fact discussed on Twitter (here: https://twitter.com/supermyths/status/554733456312524801) that Robert Chambers is newly discovered to have cited Matthew’s (1831) book ‘ On Naval Timber and Arboriculture’ (that contains the full hypothesis of natural selection) – and that Chambers also cited Matthew’s (1839) second book – that proposed emigration as the solution for humans – you might be curious to see that Dr Mike Weale of Kings College London has set up a unique website that is the only resource anywhere that now serves as a virtual archive for all of Matthew’s publications. here: https://patrickmatthewproject.wordpress.com/
The comments section on the website is also rather hot at the moment.
I’m very interested in Chambers – so much so I am co-authoring a book on him – with my posthumous co author Iris Macfarlane.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Iris-Macfarlane/e/B001H6SMDS
Dr Mike Sutton
Reader in Criminology
Nottingham Trent University