This books series features high quality monographs covering topics in mathematical analysis or at the interface between mathematics and other disciplines such as continuum physics, biology, and economics. Ideally, a contribution will be usable as a textbook for a topical course at graduate level. It should provide readers with a comfortable amount of background material, a comprehensive presentation of the key results, and an overview of current research directions. In the evaluation of manuscripts, a systematic presentation and the clarity of exposition will be emphasized. Extended surveys of a research area which has experienced major recent advances or important new applications are also welcome.
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