transformation series

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transformation series

transformation series

A remark on the behavior of theta series of degree n under modular transformations


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William O. Odom. After the Trenches: The Transformation of U.S. Army Doctrine, 1918–1939. (Texas A&M University Military Series, number 64.) College Station: Texas A&M University Press. 1999. Pp. 282. $44.95

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The various expressions of a character ordered in a hypothesized sequence from the most primitive, plesiomorphic state to the most derived, apomorphic state. This sequence may be linear (e.g., A0 → A1 → A2), or it may be branched.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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