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by Ryan W. O'Donnell,John J. O'Malley,Randolph J. Huis,Gerald B. Halt

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ISBN:
0387773886
Author:
Ryan W. O'Donnell,John J. O'Malley,Randolph J. Huis,Gerald B. Halt
Category:
Intellectual Property
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; 2008 edition (July 3, 2008)
Pages:
150 pages
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1967 kb
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