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Cookeville 2002
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Cookeville 2002
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION KN(DE)
Till Feb. 15 2002 
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION TN(US)
Till Feb. 15 2002 
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Please insert into the form below your abstract. You need to be registered before you can properly process this form. Required fields are marked bold. As we will use this input for TeXing an abstract booklet, please provide plain LaTeX code for special characters in author names (e.g. Rafa{\l} Ab{\l}amowicz), title and the abstract if necessary. If possible do not use any macros (or define them at the top of your abstract). PLEASE: choose quite unique names for macros, (e.g. \def\fauserCL{C\!\ell}) since otherwise conflicts with other user provided macros may occure and your abstract might be damaged!!
Please make sure to select a session where you would like to present your paper(s). It is important that you select one session since as soon as you click on the 'Submit' button, a copy of your abstract will be delivered to the session organizers. For more information about the sessions and their organizations, please consult the conference web-page.

Thank you for your cooperation!
The organizers, Rafal Ablamowicz, John Ryan.

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Title

Author(s)   A. Author, B. Author

Speaker   If more than one author

E-mail (you have to give the same E-email as used in the registration page (including case) to identify your input in an unique way.)

Poster  Yes,   No
Please select a session for your contributed talk.
(for more detailed information on topics included in each session please consult the conference web-page)
Clifford analysis Geometry Mathematical structures (in relation to Clifford algebras and their generalizations) 
Physics Applications in computer science, robotics, engineering 
Abstract


Comment   (If any, eg. replacements)

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