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Developments in electromagnetic scattering in high frequency and resonance regions proceedings of the Middle East Technical University International Symposium held in Ankara, 16-19 June, 1980. by Middle East Technical University International Symposium (1980 Ankara)

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Published by [Middle East Technical University] in [Ankara] .
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