By Robinson S.M.

Any ebook on a well-established topic has to construct at the paintings of others. there's now an enormous technical literature on convexity, components of which we will reference lower than within the person sections of this publication. in spite of the fact that, it's a excitement to indicate the following a few first-class works of a extra entire nature. those are in no way all such works, yet they're works that i've got used rather for research or reference.

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