JournalsprimsVol. 11, No. 1Volume 11, No. 1 (1975) Publications of the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciencespp. 1–19Theory of Vector-Valued HyperfunctionsPatrick D.F. IonTakahiro Kawaipp. 21–30Some Remarks on One-Dimensional Local DomainsRyoichi Nagasawapp. 31–50Flows Associated with Ergodic Non-Singular Transformation GroupsToshihiro HamachiYukimasa OkaMotosige Osikawapp. 51–65Some Remarks on the Abstract Cauchy ProblemNobuhiro Sanekatapp. 67–147Eigenfunction Expansions for Symmetric Systems of First Order in the Half-Space $R_{+}$Seiichiro Wakabayashipp. 149–162The Principle of Limit Amplitude for Symmetric Hyperbolic Systems of First Order in the Half-Space $R_{+}$Seiichiro Wakabayashipp. 163–183Tensor Products and Approximation Problems of $C_{∗}$-AlgebrasJun Tomiyamapp. 185–199Neighborhoods of a Compact Non-Singular Algebraic Curve Imbedded in a 2-Dimensional Complex ManifoldOsamu Suzukipp. 201–211Simple Proofs of Nakano's Vanishing Theorem and Kazama's Approximation Theorem for Weakly 1-Complete ManifoldsOsamu Suzukipp. 213–245Cohomologies of Lie Algebras of Vector Fields with Coefficients in Adjoint Representations Case of Classical TypeYukihiro Kaniepp. 247–265Convergence of the ACM Finite Element Scheme for Plate Bending ProblemsFumio Kikuchipp. 267–280On Semi-Free Finite Group Actions on Homotopy SpheresKôjun Abe

pp. 31–50Flows Associated with Ergodic Non-Singular Transformation GroupsToshihiro HamachiYukimasa OkaMotosige Osikawa

pp. 67–147Eigenfunction Expansions for Symmetric Systems of First Order in the Half-Space $R_{+}$Seiichiro Wakabayashi

pp. 149–162The Principle of Limit Amplitude for Symmetric Hyperbolic Systems of First Order in the Half-Space $R_{+}$Seiichiro Wakabayashi

pp. 185–199Neighborhoods of a Compact Non-Singular Algebraic Curve Imbedded in a 2-Dimensional Complex ManifoldOsamu Suzuki

pp. 201–211Simple Proofs of Nakano's Vanishing Theorem and Kazama's Approximation Theorem for Weakly 1-Complete ManifoldsOsamu Suzuki

pp. 213–245Cohomologies of Lie Algebras of Vector Fields with Coefficients in Adjoint Representations Case of Classical TypeYukihiro Kanie