# Additive and Cancellative Interacting Particle Systems (Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol. 724) ePub download

## by David Griffeath

**Author:**David Griffeath**ISBN:**354009508X**ISBN13:**978-3540095088**ePub:**1499 kb |**FB2:**1762 kb**Language:**English**Category:**Mathematics**Publisher:**Springer; 1979 edition (July 24, 1979)**Pages:**112**Rating:**4.3/5**Votes:**529**Format:**lrf mbr lrf lrf

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Griffeath D. (1979) Additive systems. In: Additive and Cancellative Interacting Particle Systems. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol 724. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. First Online 27 August 2006.

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