This quantity has its origins within the Barcelona convention in team thought (July 2005) and the convention "Asymptotic and Probabilistic equipment in Geometric team conception" held in Geneva (June 2005). Twelve peer-reviewed study articles written by means of specialists within the box current the newest ends up in summary and geometric team idea. particularly there are articles through A. Juhász.
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