Posted by **naag** at April 21, 2017

SpringerReference | Neuroscience | Oct 27 2016 | ISBN-10: 1493934732 | 4155 pages | pdf | 121.95 mb

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at Nov. 15, 2016

SpringerReference | Neuroscience | Oct 27 2016 | ISBN-10: 1493934732 | 4155 pages | pdf | 121.95 mb

Editors: Pfaff, Donald W., Volkow, Nora D. (Eds.)

Encourages the initiation of neuroscience programs in developing countries

Edited and authored by leading, international experts in neuroscience and related disciplines

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at Nov. 1, 2016

SpringerReference | Neuroscience | November 23, 2016 | ISBN-10: 1493934732 | 4155 pages | pdf | 121.95 mb

Editors: Pfaff, Donald W., Volkow, Nora D. (Eds.)

Encourages the initiation of neuroscience programs in developing countries

Edited and authored by leading, international experts in neuroscience and related disciplines

Posted by **roxul** at July 30, 2016

English | ISBN: 0691169152 | 2016 | 368 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Nov. 21, 2014

Published: 2002-12-02 | ISBN: 0691102732 | PDF | 352 pages | 1 MB

Posted by **interes** at May 29, 2014

English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 0857295314 | 668 pages | PDF | 3 MB

The last one hundred years have seen many important achievements in the classical part of number theory. After the proof of the Prime Number Theorem in 1896, a quick development of analytical tools led to the invention of various new methods, like Brun's sieve method and the circle method of Hardy, Littlewood and Ramanujan; developments in topics such as prime and additive number theory, and the solution of Fermatâ€™s problem.

Posted by **avava** at Jan. 10, 2014

ISBN: 1461419964 | 2012 | PDF | 3152 pages | 86 MB

Posted by **Veslefrikk** at Jan. 18, 2015

Princeton University Press | 2005-03-14 | ISBN: 0691122725 | 352 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **step778** at Nov. 28, 2014

2010 | pages: 253 | ISBN: 3642136052 | PDF | 2,1 mb

Posted by **libr** at Sept. 28, 2014

English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 0857295314 | 668 pages | PDF | 3 MB

The last one hundred years have seen many important achievements in the classical part of number theory. After the proof of the Prime Number Theorem in 1896, a quick development of analytical tools led to the invention of various new methods, like Brun's sieve method and the circle method of Hardy, Littlewood and Ramanujan; developments in topics such as prime and additive number theory, and the solution of Fermatâ€™s problem.