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Relative K-homology and normal operators

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Relative K-homology and normal operators. / Manuilov, Vladimir; Thomsen, Klaus.

I: Journal of Operator Theory, Bind 62, Nr. 2, 2009, s. 249-279.

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Manuilov, V & Thomsen, K 2009, 'Relative K-homology and normal operators', Journal of Operator Theory, bind 62, nr. 2, s. 249-279.

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Manuilov, V., & Thomsen, K. (2009). Relative K-homology and normal operators. Journal of Operator Theory, 62(2), 249-279.

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Manuilov V, Thomsen K. 2009. Relative K-homology and normal operators. Journal of Operator Theory. 62(2):249-279.

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Manuilov, Vladimir og Klaus Thomsen. "Relative K-homology and normal operators". Journal of Operator Theory. 2009, 62(2). 249-279.

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Manuilov V, Thomsen K. Relative K-homology and normal operators. Journal of Operator Theory. 2009;62(2):249-279.

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Manuilov, Vladimir ; Thomsen, Klaus. / Relative K-homology and normal operators. I: Journal of Operator Theory. 2009 ; Bind 62, Nr. 2. s. 249-279.

Bibtex

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