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This quantity is a suite of research-and-survey articles by way of experts in numerous components of present study within the concept of analytic features. a lot of those articles emerged primarily from the court cases of, and numerous deliberations at, 3 contemporary meetings in Japan and Korea: a world Seminar on present subject matters in Univalent features and Their purposes which was once held in August 1990, together with the foreign Congress of Mathematicians at Kyoto, at Kinki college in Osaka; a world Seminar on Univalent capabilities, Fractional Calculus, and their functions which used to be held in October 1990 at Fukuoka collage; and likewise the Japan-Korea Symposium on Univalent features which used to be held in January 1991 at Geongsan nationwide collage in Chinju.

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