**Lectures On The General Theory Of Integral Functions**

by Georges Valiron

**Publisher**: Chelsea Pub. Co. 1949**ISBN/ASIN**: 1406728985**Number of pages**: 234

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These lectures give us, in the form of a number of elegant and illuminating theorems, the latest word of mathematical science on the subject of Integral Functions. They descend to details, they take us into the workshop of the working mathematician, they explain to us the nature of his tools, and show us the way to use them.

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