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Topic: 136 theorems on 29 pages
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Waldek Hebisch

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Registered: 12/8/04
Re: 136 theorems on 29 pages
Posted: Oct 5, 2012 8:55 AM
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clicliclic@freenet.de wrote:
>
> And citing inaccessible theses and
> internal reports can be more frustrating than helpful to a reader (as
> well as dangerous to an author who never saw them).


Just a quck comment: IME theses tend to be freely publically avaliable
and frequently give more detailed exposition than journal papers,
so actually can be _more_ helpful than other puplications (which
frequently are harder to obtain).

AFAICS Rotstein thesis is available at:

www.cs.kent.edu/~rothstei/dis.pdf

(second Google hit for Rotstein "Aspects of symbolic").
Bronstein thesis was published in Journal of Symbolic Computation.
In the past access was restricted, but it seems that now
anybody can go to

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/07477171/9/2

(Issue 2 of Volume 9) and choose second article.

It seems that in Trager case some amout of Googling should
produce downloadable copy.


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Waldek Hebisch
hebisch@math.uni.wroc.pl



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