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- A treatise on analytical statics : with numerous examples, Volume 1
- A treatise on analytical statics : with numerous examples, Volume 2
- Classical potential theory and its probabilistic counterpart
- Conformal and Potential Analysis in Hele-Shaw Cell
- Determining spectra in quantum theory
- Dirichlet's principles: a mathematical comedy of errors and its influence on the development of analysis
- Function spaces and potential theory
- Generators and their potential theory
- Geomagnetics for aeronautical safety : a case study in and around the Balkans
- Geometric function theory : explorations in complex analysis
- Geometry of PDEs and Related Problems : Cetraro, Italy 2017
- Hardy inequalities on homogeneous groups : 100 years of Hardy inequalities
- Hardy spaces and potential theory on C1 domains in Riemannian manifolds
- Harmonic measure
- Harmonic measure
- Integral representation theory : applications to convexity, banach spaces and potential theory
- Invariant potential theory in the unit ball of Cn
- Limit theorems of polynomial approximation with exponential weights
- Markov processes and applications
- Mathematical foundation of geodesy : selected papers of Torben Krarup
- Mathematical papers of the late George Green
- Noncommutative mathematics for quantum systems
- Notions of convexity
- Polarization and moment tensors : with applications to inverse problems and effective medium theory
- Potential Theory in Gravity and Magnetic Applications
- Potential analysis of stable processes and its extensions
- Potential theory
- Potential theory
- Potential theory in applied geophysics
- Potential theory in gravity and magnetic applications
- Potential theory in gravity and magnetic applications
- Potential theory in the complex plane
- Potential theory in the complex plane
- Potential theory on infinite-dimensional Abelian groups
- Potential-based analysis of social, communication, and distributed networks
- Quadrature domains and their applications : the Harold S. Shapiro anniversary volume
- Quantum potential theory
- Retarded potentials and time domain boundary integral equations : a road map
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- Sobolev Spaces, Their Generalizations and Elliptic Problems in Smooth and Lipschitz Domains
- Stratified lie groups and potential theory for their sub-laplacians
- Séminaire de Théorie du Potentiel, Paris
- Séminaire de Théorie du Potentiel, Paris
- The rapid evaluation of potential fields in particle systems

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