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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Integrated Formal Methods, IFM 2002, held in Turku, Finland, in May 2002. The 18 revised full papers presented together with three invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 46 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on integration, simulation, and animation; from specification to verification; statcharts and B: integration and translation; model checkers and theorem provers; links between object-Z and CSP; combining graphical and formal approaches; and refinement and proof.
The impact and influence of J.-P. Serre ́s work have been notable ever since his doctoral thesis on homotopy groups. The abundance of findings and deep insights found in his research and survey papers ranging from topology, several complex variables, and algebraic geometry to number theory, group theory, commutative algebra and modular forms, continues to provide inspiring reading for mathematicians working in these areas, in their research and their teaching. Characteristic of Serre ́s publications are the many open questions he formulates pointing to further directions for research. In four volumes of Collected Papers he has provided comments on and corrections to most articles, and described the current status of the open questions with reference to later findings. In this softcover edition of volume IV, two recently published articles have been added, one on the life and works of André Weil, the other one on Finite Subgroups of Lie Groups. From the reviews: "This is the fourth volume of J-P. Serre's Collected Papers covering the period 1985-1998. Items, numbered 133-173, contain "the essence'' of his work from that period and are devoted to number theory, algebraic geometry, and group theory. Half of them are articles and another half are summaries of his courses in those years and letters. Most courses have never been previously published, nor proofs of the announced results. The letters reproduced, however (in particular to K. Ribet and M.-F. Vignéras), provide indications of some of those proofs. Also included is an interview with J-P. Serre from 1986, revealing his views on mathematics (with the stress upon its integrity) and his own mathematical activity. The volume ends with Notes which complete the text by reporting recent progress and occasionally correct it. Zentralblatt MATH
The volumes in this set collect almost all of the research and expository papers of J-P. Serre published in mathematical journals through 1998, as well as some of his seminar reports, and a few items not previously published.

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