by Michael Creel
Publisher: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona 2014
Number of pages: 710
The central document is something between a set of lecture notes and a text book. It's not as terse as lecture notes, but not as complete or well-referenced as a text book. Of course, the document is constantly evolving, and you are welcome to modify it as you like.
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