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This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the ninth Asian Computing technological know-how convention, ASIAN 2004, devoted to Jean-Louis Lassez at the social gathering of his sixtieth birthday and held in Chiang Mai, Thailand in December 2004.
The 17 revised complete papers provided including three keynote papers and sixteen invited papers honouring Jean-Louis Lassez have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy five submissions. The contributed papers are targeting higher-level selection making, while the invited papers handle a broader number of subject matters in theoretical desktop science.
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