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(20150121)The spaces of coverings (SoC) arise from various configuration spaces of the covering problems. We study the topology of these spaces for different domains and covering agents. In particular, we study the SoCs for grid ...
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(20150121)This thesis addresses two closely related problems about ideals of powers of linear forms. In the first chapter, we analyze a problem from spline theory, namely to compute the dimension of the vector space of trivariate ...
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(20150121)Some of the most interesting of Ramanujan's continued fraction identities are those involving ratios of Gamma functions in Chapter 12 of his second notebook. This thesis develops a method for deriving such identities, ...
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(20150121)In this dissertation, we study three problems about Ramsey theory. First, we prove a selfdual Ramsey theorem for parameter systems which is a generalization of the selfdual Ramsey theorem developed by Solecki. Second, ...
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(1994)A cellular game is a dynamical system in which cells, placed in some discrete structure, are regarded as playing a game with their immediate neighbors. Individual strategies may be either deterministic or stochastic. ...
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