JournalsprimsVol. 43, No. 3Volume 43, No. 3 (2007) Publications of the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciencespp. 525–533Proper StacksLuca Prellipp. 535–583Coupling of Two Partial Differential Equations and its ApplicationHidetoshi Taharapp. 585–623Magnetic Pseudodifferential OperatorsViorel IftimieMarius MăntoiuRadu Puricepp. 625–659An Existence Theorem for Tempered Solutions of <em>D</em>-Modules on Complex CurvesGiovanni Morandopp. 661–684Galois Covers of Degree <em>p</em> and Semi-Stable Reduction of Curves in Mixed CharacteristicsMohamed Saïdipp. 685–697On the Zero-Set of Real Polynomials in Non-Separable Banach SpacesJesús Ferrerpp. 699–726Diffusion and Elastic Equations on NetworksSoon-Yeong ChungYun-Sung ChungJong-Ho Kimpp. 727–761An Expression of Harmonic Vector Fields on Hyperbolic 3-Cone-Manifolds in Terms of Hypergeometric FunctionsMichihiko FujiiHiroyuki Ochiaipp. 763–794Asymptotic Behavior of the Semigroup Associated with the Linearized Compressible Navier–Stokes Equation in an Inﬁnite LayerYoshiyuki Kageipp. 795–817Numerical Solutions of Serrin’s Equations by Double Exponential TransformationShinsuke Hamadapp. 819–909Toward Resolution of Singularities over a Field of Positive Characteristic—Part I. Foundation; the language of the idealistic ﬁltrationHiraku Kawanoue

pp. 625–659An Existence Theorem for Tempered Solutions of <em>D</em>-Modules on Complex CurvesGiovanni Morando

pp. 661–684Galois Covers of Degree <em>p</em> and Semi-Stable Reduction of Curves in Mixed CharacteristicsMohamed Saïdi

pp. 727–761An Expression of Harmonic Vector Fields on Hyperbolic 3-Cone-Manifolds in Terms of Hypergeometric FunctionsMichihiko FujiiHiroyuki Ochiai

pp. 763–794Asymptotic Behavior of the Semigroup Associated with the Linearized Compressible Navier–Stokes Equation in an Inﬁnite LayerYoshiyuki Kagei

pp. 795–817Numerical Solutions of Serrin’s Equations by Double Exponential TransformationShinsuke Hamada

pp. 819–909Toward Resolution of Singularities over a Field of Positive Characteristic—Part I. Foundation; the language of the idealistic ﬁltrationHiraku Kawanoue