October 2010 issue
|Edited by||Susan Friedlander|
|Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society|
|ISO 4||Bull. Am. Math. Soc.|
|MathSciNet||Bull. Amer. Math. Soc.|
|ISSN|| 0273-0979 |
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