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These are the court cases of a one-week overseas convention established on asymptotic research and its purposes. They comprise significant contributions facing: mathematical physics: PT symmetry, perturbative quantum box idea, WKB research, neighborhood dynamics: parabolic structures, small denominator questions, new points in mildew calculus, with comparable combinatorial Hopf algebras and alertness to multizeta values, a brand new relatives of resurgent services with regards to knot theory.

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