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This work was originally published in French by E D P Science, Paris, under the title
"Operateurs pseudo-different iels et theoreme de Nash-Moser" © 1991 InterEdit ions and
Editions de CNRS. Th e present translation was created under license for the American
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Translated by Stephen S. Wilson
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 35-02;
Secondary 35Sxx, 47G30, 47N20.
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Alinhac, S. (Serge)
[Operateurs pseudo-differentiels et theoreme de Nash-Moser. English]
Pseudo-differential operators and the Nash-Moser theorem / Serge Alinhac, Patrick Gerard ;
translated by Stephen S. Wilson.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-8218-3454-1 (alk. paper)
1. Pseudodifferential operators. 2. Implicit functions. I. Gerard, Patrick, 1961- II. Title.
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