By Hans Grauert, Reinhold Remmert
From the stories: "Theory of Stein areas presents a wealthy number of equipment, effects, and motivations - a e-book with masterful mathematical care and judgement. it's a excitement to have this primary fabric now quite simply available to any severe mathematician." --J. Eells in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society (1980)
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