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Algebraic and Geometric Topology: Proceedings of a Conference held at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA July 6–13, 1983 by A. H. Assadi, P. Vogel (auth.), Andrew Ranicki, Norman Levitt, Frank Quinn (eds.)