
2015, Volume 288




Geometry, topology, and applications
Collected papers. Dedicated to Professor Nikolai Petrovich Dolbilin on the occasion of his 70th birthday
Volume Editor: V. M. Bukhshtaber^{} Editor in Chief: A. G. Sergeev^{}
ISBN: 5784601334 (9785784601339)
Abstract: This volume marks the 70th birthday of Nikolai Petrovich Dolbilin. The volume contains papers of colleagues and students of N. P. Dolbilin that cover different problems of geometry and topology as well as their applications. The papers contain new results in discrete geometry, combinatorial topology, and other areas of mathematics, as weel as in crystallography.
The volume is addressed to researchers, postgraduates, and students interested in modern problems of geometry, topology, and their possible applications.
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Geometry, topology, and applications, Collected papers. Dedicated to Professor Nikolai Petrovich Dolbilin on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Tr. Mat. Inst. Steklova, 288, ed. V. M. Bukhshtaber, A. G. Sergeev, MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, Moscow, 2015, 287 pp.
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Geometry, topology, and applications
Collected papers. Dedicated to Professor Nikolai Petrovich Dolbilin on the occasion of his 70th birthday
This volume marks the 70th birthday of Nikolai Petrovich Dolbilin. The volume contains papers of colleagues and students of N. P. Dolbilin that cover different problems of geometry and topology as well as their
applications. The papers contain new results in discrete geometry, combinatorial topology, and other areas of mathematics, as weel as in crystallography.
The volume is addressed to researchers, postgraduates, and students interested in modern problems of geometry, topology, and their possible applications. 

