Un théorème de dualité.

Jean-Pierre Serre

Commentarii mathematici Helvetici (1955)

  • Volume: 29, page 9-26
  • ISSN: 0010-2571; 1420-8946/e

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Serre, Jean-Pierre. "Un théorème de dualité.." Commentarii mathematici Helvetici 29 (1955): 9-26. <http://eudml.org/doc/139092>.

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