Well this is my fabulous new topic.

How banal. Here's a paper:

-- MikeGodfrey migod@uwaterloo.ca - 17 Oct 2007

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PDFpdf 01510128.pdf manage 275.8 K 2007-10-17 - 13:36 MikeGodfrey A testable paper
Topic revision: r2 - 2009-02-23 - RonaldoGarcia
 
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