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PRB is grateful for an Alexander von Humboldt Award that allowed him to spend time at the University of Wuppertal during which part of this book was written. PJ has worked on the book while he was a visiting scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Astrophysics, Garching near Munich, and he is grateful to the MPI, and particularly to Wolfgang Kraemer, for hospitality. Also he has worked on the book while he was an IBERDROLA visiting professor at Instituto de Estructura de la Materia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, and he is grateful for hospitality and financial support, in particular to Rafael Escribano and Victor Herrero.
Brown, R. E. Moss, T. Nakagawa, and M. Vernon who each read the entire book in manuscript form and gave much helpful advice in order to improve it. I an also grateful to H. H. Günthard, J. Hardwick, G. Hills, J. T. Hougen, V. Laurie, I. M. Mills, A. R. W. McKellar, M. T. Riggin, and S. Novick for their advice on particular points. M. Herman, J. K. G. Watson, and B. P. Winnewisser each read and corrected the proofs of the book, and my wife Éva, together with M. B. Wadworth and A. M. Lyyra, helped me to compare the proofs with the typewritten manuscript; I am very grateful for their help.