To a large extent, both the workshop and the book may be regarded as a sequel to a conference held in Groningen in which resulted in the book "The Stokes Phenomenon and Hilbert's 16th Problem" editors B.

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Both books offer a snapshot concerning the state of the art in the areas of differential, difference and q-difference equations. Apart from the asymptotics of solutions, Painleve properties and the algebraic theory, new topics addressed in the second book include arithmetic theory of linear equations, and Galois theory and Lie symmetries of nonlinear differential equations. Roger Johnson Advanced Euclidean Geometry: An Elementary Treatise on the Geometry of the Triange and the Circle There are fashions in mathematics as well as in clothes — and in both domains they have a tendency to repeat themselves.

During the second half of the nineteenth century "Modern Geometry," in the sense of the content of the present book, aroused much interest and was prosecuted vigorously by a considerable number both in England and on the continent of Europe. Many beautiful new theorems were proved, most of them by elementary methods.

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Toward the end of the century this interest waned somewhat. The present appears to exhibit a revival of this interest. This is in large part due to the recognition of the value of this new material as training for the prospective teacher of geometry in our secondary schools. Here is indeed a discipline which is a natural "sequel" to elementary geometry, a body of propositions which may be derived by methods similar to those used in the classical plane geometry and which has all the attraction of novelty and inherent beauty.

It is not surprising, therefore, that an increasing number of colleges and normal schools are introducing into their curricula courses in this " Modern Geometry. Pinheiro Element AI. Deep imitation learning for molecular inverse problems Eric Jonas University of Chicago.

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