In article <5172F425.DA45C37F@freenet.de>, <email@example.com> wrote: > >none Rouben Rostamian schrieb: >> >> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, >> Nasser M. Abbasi <email@example.com> wrote: >> >On 4/20/2013 11:16 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >> >> >> >> email@example.com schrieb: >> >>> >> >>> The Russian book "Integration of Functions" [...] published by A.F. >> >>> Timofeev [...] in 1948 provides [...] 533 integration examples [...]. >> >... >> >> >> >> Although no interest has been shown in this integration test suite, >> > >> >anyone instested, The book can be downloaded from >> > >> >http://en.books4study.info/text-book3195.html >> > >> >The format is .rar which can be extracted using standard free >> >software. (I use winRAR, which is very good free software) >> > >> >It is strange that it was not translated to English. >> >> There is some sort of a screw-up in the download page that you >> have given. The link refers to Timofeev's book, but what gets >> downloaded is "Integral transforms and operational calculus" >> by Ditkin and Prudnikov. >> > >Sorry, I had no idea there were problems. I downloaded this book long >ago; all I remember is there that was no lack of choice, and that the >first download button I clicked almost magically produced the book. > >So if something is wrong with Nasser's > > <http://en.books4study.info/text-book3195.html> > >please try another Google hit, e.g. > > <http://www.math-life.com/jdownloads/view.download/27/279.html> > >where the (unmistakable) "download" button links to: > > <http://www.math-life.com/jdownloads/finish/27/279.html> > >Warning: I haven't checked this link! But I will supply more options if >this one is bad too!