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    Indiscrete Thoughts
    by Gian-Carlo Rota, Fabrizio Palombi
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hardcover (18 December, 1996)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars ^v^
    It is an amusing series of articles that range from descriptions of (famous) mathematicians and their human side, to (profitable) excursions in philosophy. Specifically, phenomenology.

    He has rather interesting things to say about the prejudices of mathematicians and of mathematics itself. One thing is clear, that is that this book is a book for mathematicians and those who wish to be mathematicians, with an abstract slant. One can see that in chapters, he engages in "specialised gossip". I personally, do not have the background to gossip (and bitch) about the same subject matter (at least a lot of it).

    Of interest to myself, personally, are his comments on the primacy of the axiomatic method in mathematics. One can see that he believes more in a "pre-axiomatic grasp" of mathematics than in the formal presentation of its subject matter. It is rather visible that he disdains the disdain for examples in mathematics. On the side of philosophy, he writes on "The Pernicious Influence of Mathematics Upon Philosophy", where he decries the mathematization of philosophy.

    I personally like this book. It is a good read, and a must read if one is, or is planning to become, a mathematician (in the more abstract, less applied sense).

    [The contents of this book have offended quite a number of people, incidentally. Perhaps this makes it all the more an interesting read?]

    5-0 out of 5 stars personal insight, and amusing observations
    `Funny stories about mathematicians!' An oxymoron, you might counter. Need I say that the title of the book is a pun. If you aren't from math, you might say that it is an inside joke. Pick up the book! If you are anything like me, you will not be able to put it down!



    And I think you will not be disappointed; even if you might initially have misgivings.



    The book is funny. If you don't believe me, give it a try, and judge for yourself. I had one of the best laughs of the year. The book is also unique in several ways; autobiographical in many ways, and written by an outstanding scientist; one with a rare talent for writing, for making observations about human nature, and for interpersonal skills. Had Rota not turned to math, he might well have become a novelist.



    A number of the protagonists in the book are the famous math professors Rota encountered when he was an undergraduate in Princeton in the early fifties; that was also the period of another illustrious mathematician, John Nash [later to become a Nobel Laureate, and the subject of a bestseller, and a movie; `A Beautiful Mind'].



    The stories I enjoyed the most in Rota's little book was those about Alonzo Church, a pioneer in logic; William Feller, one of the founders of modern probability theory; Solomon Lefschetz (of topology), to mention only some. But you will likely select your own favorites from Rota's illustrious gallery. Rota paints his subjects with a mix of colors: humor, respect, love, insight in the human soul, wisdom, and personal reflection. What is charming and amusing is to observe thru the eyes of the then young and impressionable undergraduate student Gian-Carlo Rota, that the famous scientists shared personal weaknesses, and failed human relationships, with the rest of us.

    Reviewed by Palle Jorgensen, November, 2004.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mathematicians exposed
    This book is a pleasure to read, whether or not you're interested in math or philosophy. It stands on the premise that when speaking or writing of science and scientists, we should acknowledge their fallibility and avoid myths. Rota believes the mythification of science and scientists is responsible for many of the flaws in education and science in general.

    Accordingly, Rota attempts in this book to show us mathematicians behind the scenes. He exposes the prejudices, mannerisms and also the nice traits of giants such as John von Neumann, Stanislaw Ulam, Willi Feller, Norbert Wiener. His portraits are not based on dull facts, but on lively anecdotes, and you really get a sense of the people he describes. I wish professional biographers took note. Rota also speaks of mathematics and philosophy, again debunking myths and exposing clearly the underlying trends.

    As a writer, Rota is fantastic. Through his brief sketches of people, places and events, a connected whole emerges. The clarity of his writing and thought, and his obvious pleasure with words, remind me of Norman Maclean's "A River Runs Through it". A bit like poetry in prose. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0817638660
    Sales Rank: 295663
    Subjects:  1. General    2. History    3. Mathematics    4. Mathematics (General)    5. Philosophy    6. Science    7. Science (General)    8. Science/Mathematics    9. Mathematics / General    10. Thoughts   


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    I Want to Be a Mathematician: An Automathography in Three Parts (Maa Spectrum Ser.)
    by Paul R. Halmos
    Paperback (01 April, 1988)
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    Isbn: 0883854457
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    Subjects:  1. Biography / Autobiography    2. Science/Mathematics    3. Scientists - General   


    Sphere Packings, Lattices and Groups (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften)
    by John Horton Conway, Neil J. A. Sloane
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars The book on lattice
    This book is devoted to the subject of lattice packings. It is an outstanding book with all pages interesting. It acts as a reference on the subjects of lattices. What you will find:
    --Sphere packings, ie the problem of packing spheres in order to maximize density.
    --The problem of Kissin numbers: maximize the number of adjacent sphere to a given sphere in a lattice
    --Code, design, and Groups
    --Error correcting codes
    --Leech lattice
    --Integral quadratic forms
    --Voronoi cell
    --many, many other subjects
    What you WON'T find in this book:
    --The study of Delaunay cells (or holes, L-polytopes) is quite limited
    --The study of continuous families of lattice is not done, you won't find the Voronoi memoires here
    --There is just one page on computational aspects of lattice

    Nevertheless this book is excellent ... Read more

    Isbn: 0387985859
    Sales Rank: 624860
    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. Combinatorics    3. Finite groups    4. Lattice Theory    5. Mathematics    6. Number Theory    7. Science/Mathematics    8. Sphere packings    9. Mathematics / Group Theory   


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    A Source Book in Matroid Theory
    by Joseph P.S. Kung
    Hardcover (01 November, 1986)
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    Isbn: 0817631739
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra    2. Lattice Theory    3. Matroids   


    Cyclotomic Fields I and II (Graduate Texts in Mathematics)
    by Serge Lang
    Hardcover (01 January, 1990)
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    Isbn: 0387966714
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. Algebraic Fields    3. Cyclotomy    4. General    5. Mathematics    6. Science/Mathematics   


    Introduction to Modular Forms (Grundlehren Der Mathematischen Wissenschaften, No 222)
    by Serge Lang
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Hardcover (01 July, 1995)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Expositions I've ever seen in Mathematics
    Even though Lang may be frustrating to most by being too demanding on his reader, one should understand that throughout most of his graduate texts, and above, he has a particular audience in mind: the experienced; especially those wanting new insights to well founded subjects.

    I strongly believe that Lang, instead of just writing another introduction, tries to present material which he considers introductory in a more mature level that many people take for granted, while those who don't truly appreciate his unique style and perspective (this goes for just about all his texts!). I don't know how fit the other reviewer is to judge this gem, but I would like to do 'Introduction to Modular Forms' some justice by saying what I think highlight its beauty and originality.

    First of all, the layout and presentation are utterly impeccable (pick it up and flip through it and you'll see what I mean). The book is referenced and motivated in such a way that anybody wanting to go deeper into the field will probably find this as an essential means of exploration; the bibliographic comments throughout each chapter offer good suggestions for further reading and research. I for one frequently reference from this text. As for the actual content, you'll find most of the discussion to be somewhat classical. Moreover, Lang orientates modular forms in such a way that the reader sees exactly how the topic stands today (very few books manage to achieve this). You'll have to go deep into the literature to find many of the topics Lang touches on. There are also historical comments that are of great interest to the mathematician.
    This book is referenced by almost every modern number theory worthy of such title!

    In short, this book is a must and absolutely well worth the price. Other good books for alternative perspectives, which the reader will benefit from, are: Serre's `Cours d'Arithmetique', the introduction by Gunning, the Koblitz w/ ECs and finally everything by Iwaniec!

    1-0 out of 5 stars mistitled
    I'm not sure who could benefit from reading
    this book.It is in no way an accessible
    introduction to the subject in the title.
    For that, one would do far far better to
    consult Apostol's book from his caltech course.
    Unfortunately the writing style here is so
    casual and devoid of examples as to offer no
    possible traction for the mind. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0387078339
    Sales Rank: 2093725
    Subjects:  1. Algebraic Geometry    2. Forms, Modular    3. Mathematics    4. Number Theory    5. Science/Mathematics   


    The Symmetric Group
    by Bruce E. Sagan
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Near Perfect
    This book is excellent. The material is presented clearly and concisely. It makes the subject matter accessible and interesting. I used it as the text for a one-semester graduate subject. I completed all of the exercises, so it is well-paced for this kind of study. I started with only an introductory knowledge of group theory, so it is self-contained. The only drawback is that there are no solutions to any of the exercises. If it had this, it would be a perfect bok.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good introduction for representation theory.
    This book has 4 chapters.Chapter1 is about general theory of representations of finite group.Chapter2 is about representation of symmetric groups.chapter3 and 4 are about combinatorial topics and symmetric functions. Though I haven't read all of the book,I highlyrecommand this book because this book shows us introductive part ofrepresentation theory with easy words.I think it is worth to read for allwho are to begin the study of representation theory.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good introduction for representation theory.
    This book has 4 chapters.Chapter1 is about general theory of representations of finite group.Chapter2 is about representation of symmetric groups.chapter3 and 4 are about combinatorial topics and symmetric functions. Though I haven't read all of the book,I highlyrecommand this book because this book shows us introductive part ofrepresentation theory with easy words.I think it is worth to read for allwho are to begin the study of representation theory. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0387950672
    Sales Rank: 573527
    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. Functional Analysis    3. Group Theory    4. Mathematics    5. Representation Of Groups    6. Representations of groups    7. Science/Mathematics    8. Symmetric functions    9. Theory Of Functions    10. Linear Algebra    11. Mathematics / Group Theory    12. Symmetric Group   


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    A First Course in Noncommutative Rings
    by T. Y. Lam
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    Isbn: 0387951830
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. General    3. Group Theory    4. Mathematics    5. Noncommutative rings    6. Rings    7. Science/Mathematics   


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    Collected Papers of J.E. Littlewood
    by A Baker
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hardcover (01 May, 1983)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Littlewood > Hardy
    Yes, yes, Littlewood was better than Hardy. Just take a look at Hardy's collected papers and it's full of deep theorems indeed but they all were "suggested" by Littlewood. The reason why Littlewood is not as known as Hardy is because he's not remembered for saying so many STUPID things (let's admit it, Hardy was always talking nonsense). ... Read more

    Isbn: 0198533535
    Subjects:  1. (John Edensor),    2. 1885-1977    3. Bibliography    4. Littlewood, John E    5. Littlewood, John E.    6. Mathematicians And Their Works    7. Mathematics   


    An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, Volume 1
    by WilliamFeller
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars daunting, very duanting
    This book is one of the tomes of probability theory.The material covered is not for the faint of heart though.The text explains things as do most graduate level math texts, in proofs and theory.

    5-0 out of 5 stars what is a title?
    This is a GREAT book.
    Unfortunately, I lost mine.
    I wanted to buy volume 1, third edition, to replace the lost book but I got volume 2, second edition. Because volume 1 is SO GREAT book, I decided to keep volume 2 as well. How can be sure I ordered the needed one?

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Reference in Probability Theory
    Although people often recommend K.L. Chung at our math department as an introduction to probability theory, i think that Feller is just another view of the problem. If you prefer a concise writing style then Chung is better. On the other hand, Feller's books are full of examples so that you cannot go through this book without having an accurate picture of the historical developments of probability theory and its many applications (even if sometimes applications are driving the need for theory...). This is anyway something you must have read if you want to get an intuitive understanding of probability theory.

    Whatever your preferred writing style is, Feller is probably a "must-read" if you're involved on probability theory, just because of its importance in the literature, not because you like it. Maths are not just about formalism, they're also a matter of culture. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0471257087
    Sales Rank: 200987
    Subjects:  1. Mathematics    2. Probabilities    3. Probability & Statistics - General    4. Mathematics / Statistics    5. Probability & statistics   


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    Class Field Theory (Grundlehren Der Math Wissenschaften, Band 280)
    by J. Neukirch
    Hardcover (01 February, 1986)
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    Isbn: 0387152512
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. Algebraic Fields    3. Mathematics    4. Number Theory   


    Oeuvres - Collected Papers : Volume IV: 1983-1999
    by Armand Borel
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    Isbn: 3540676406
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    Harish - Chandra: Collected Papers
    by V. Varadarajan
    Hardcover (01 March, 1984)
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    Isbn: 0387907823
    Subjects:  1. Group Theory    2. Mathematicians And Their Works    3. Mathematics   


    Markov Processes and Related Problems of Analysis (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)
    by E. B. Dynkin, N. J. Hitchin
    Paperback (23 September, 1982)
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    Isbn: 0521285127
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    Subjects:  1. General    2. Markov Processes    3. Mathematics    4. Science/Mathematics    5. Stochastic analysis    6. Mathematics / General   


    Lie Sphere Geometry: With Applications to Submanifolds (Universitext)
    by Thomas E. Cecil
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    Isbn: 0387977473
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    Wilhelm Magnus: Collected Papers
    by Gilbert Baumslag, Bruce Chandler
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    Isbn: 038790879X
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra - General    2. Group Theory    3. Mathematicians And Their Works    4. Mathematics   


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    Schaum's Outline of Boolean Algebra and Switching Circuits
    by ElliottMendelson
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Paperback (01 June, 1970)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars digital designers can find useful problems
    For those of you inclined to the theoretical aspects of computing, this book may be good revision. The first half of the book deals with set theory and then with Boolean algebra. The Boolean concepts should be easy to follow, and likewise with the problems presented to you here.

    What is more challenging is the second half, dealing with switching circuits. You can see techniques that map from a logic circuit to its Boolean representation. And then the vital idea of a Karnaugh map, in order to simplify that representation. Digital circuit designers live for this stuff! Many problems to chew on. See how well you really understand the material.

    You might look with askance on the publication date of 1970. 1970?! Moore had barely formulated his law a few years earlier. And Medium Scale Integration was the order of the day, perhaps, with the first microprocessor still under design. But the maths in this book still holds true now. In fact, it is even more relevant today. Because the circuits are orders of magnitude larger, so finding efficient means of circuit minimisation are more urgent. For that, you need a solid theoretical basis. And this book can test that understanding. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0070414602
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra - Boolean    2. Algebra - General    3. Algebra, Boolean    4. Outlines, syllabi, etc    5. Science/Mathematics    6. Study Guides    7. Switching theory    8. Mathematics / Algebra / General   


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    Schaum's Outline of Statistics
    by Murray R Spiegel
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    1-0 out of 5 stars A Failed Attempt
    This book is sloppily edited, with numerous typos in the equations. Page 91 has two symbolic errors plus a text error.
    Overbar omitted twice on page 19 giving a nonsensical formula Z = (X - X)/s

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent study guide/aid; Great for "A+"'s in Statistics
    It seems now as if, when it comes to studying, books and CD-ROMs/disks/diskettes really do mix to the better. I plan on taking AP Statistics, and this book is really helpful for this and other tests. The subject can be hard to some people, but this book simplifies it to make it easy. Statistics is always applied in the real world, so here there are also applications. Everyone should have one of these to be proficient in math. This book is extremely helpful, strongly reccomended, and completely necessary.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive and straight to the point
    My battered old copy of Spiegel has been a great help to me over the years. Dr. Spiegel provides comprehensive coverage of his topics (for example, unlike other authors of introductory texts he actually provides formulas for assessing skew and kurtosis) and he explains them simply and clearly. I have found his book particularly valuable when I have to use analytical designs or procedures which I do not normally use -- he provides a good overview and gives you a good idea of where you should be looking for further information. Now I've discovered there's an expanded second edition I'm going to order it. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0070602816
    Sales Rank: 48331
    Subjects:  1. Accounting - General    2. Mathematical Statistics    3. Mathematics    4. Probability & Statistics - General    5. Problems, exercises, etc    6. Statistics    7. Study Guides    8. Business & Economics / Statistics   


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    Elements of Mathematics : Algebra I Chapters 1-3
    by Nicolas Bourbaki
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    Isbn: 3540642439
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    Subjects:  1. Algebra    2. Algebra - General    3. General    4. Mathematics    5. Probability & Statistics - General    6. Science/Mathematics    7. Mathematics / Algebra / General    8. actions    9. groups    10. linear maps    11. modules    12. ring fields   


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    Ontological Relativity
    by Willard Quine
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Quine's marbles lost and found
    The essay "Ontological Relativity" is the most significant of the six essays in this short book bearing the same title.Few ideas are as central to the contemporary pragmatist philosophy of science.Basically the outcome of the thesis of ontological relativity together with Quine's rejection of all prior metaphysics is that scientific criticism may never use any prior ontological criteria relative to empirical testing.This has special significance in social and behavioral science, where positivists such as behaviorists emphatically exclude all mentalistic ontologies, while romanticists such as sociologists and neoclassical economists just as emphatically require them. Unfortunately Quine is not altogether faithful to his ontological relativity thesis, since he is a behaviorist.Perhaps had he been less faithful to the notational conventions of the Russellian predicate calculus, he would not have required quantification of predicates to admit the reality of mental experiences, and thus would not have been reduced to referring to them as "mental entities", as thought they are little marbles inside the skull.One hesitates to say that when Quine decided to reject mentalism a priori, he lost his marbles. In fact ontological relativity does not imply behaviorism, but actually proscribes it as a prior criterion for empirical research, while permitting it a posteriori.Like the physicist's p-branes of string theory, mental constructs, such as cognitive psychologists postulate with their computer systems, are posits to be patronized on the basis of their promissory or redeemed cash value in the empirical test.The history of scientific progress fully vindicates ontological relativity.And the behavioral and social scientists' failure to recognize it goes far toward explaining the retarded condition of their sciences.

    Thomas J. Hickey, www.philsci.com

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
    Quine's classic work on the nature of language has great implications for the future of philosophy and contemporary literary theory, and is a fascinating and essential contribution to 20th century philosophy.

    Quine notes that humans always learn new languages (for example, German) in terms of an original meta-language: we translate German, for example, into our own language in order to learn how to use German (and this emphasis on "use" is crucial to Quine's pragmatism - I'll get there in a second). In this respect, our understanding of German is always disconnected from their relationship to the reality it represents/refers to.

    Now, many would argue that one needs only to immerse oneself in German culture; then a German-speaker and an English-speaker could point to various objects and exchange the terms that are assigned to those objects. Quine shows that this fails to fulfill the representationalists' goal of developing a direct correspondence between reality and language. For example, when the German-speaker utters her word for "rock," is she referring to the rock, or is she referring to that particular place in the universe and noting that that particular place is "rock-ing?"

    According to Quine, we can never know. And this seems to have to broad implications (only the latter of which Quine necessarily subscribed to in full). The first (taken up by Jacques Derrida) is that language only refers to itself. What does "rock" mean? The answer will be given in the form of language - "a round hard object." Well what does "round" mean? "Round" means that the edges of the rock are equidistant from the rock's center. Well what does "center" mean? For Derrida, words refer to words, which in turn refer to more words. Meaning, then, is bound up in the free play of signifiers ("words"), and is never grounded in objective reality.

    The consequence that Quine subscribes to is that of pragmatism. If, ultimately, I don't mean exactly what a German person does when I say the word that for me corresponds to a rock, who cares? What matters is that I can communicate to the German person that I want to sit on that rock, or that I want to throw that rock, or whatever. Language, for Quine, serves a pragmatic purpose. Germans and Americans may think of the world in slightly different ways, but as long as we can use language to interact with one another in empowering ways, language has served its essential purpose.

    Quite a groundbreaking and important work. I highly recommend it to the intellectuals out there. ... Read more

    Isbn: 0231083572
    Sales Rank: 55047
    Subjects:  1. Metaphysics    2. Philosophy   


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