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(1991)Nondifferentiable quasiconvex programming problems are studied using Clarke's subgradients. Several conditions sufficient for optimality are derived. Under certain regularity conditions on the constraint functions, we also ...
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(1995)Here we generalize quasigeodesics to multidimensional Alexandrov space with curvature bounded from below and prove that classical theorems of Alexandrov also hold for this case. Also we develop gradient curves as a tool ...
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(1995)In the first part of this thesis, we prove Ramanujan's formulas for the coefficients in the power series expansions of certain modular forms. We prove his formulas for the coefficients of 1/$E\sb4, E\sb4/E\sb6$ and other ...
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(1992)Let F$\sb{n,m}$ denote the set of all real forms of degree m in n variables. In 1888, Hilbert proved that a form P $\in$ F$\sb{n,m}$ which is positive semidefinite (psd) must have a representation as a sum of squares (sos) ...
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(1991)In this dissertation we study the representation of standard measures and contents via Loeb measures and the standard part map, extending previously known results to a nontopological setting. In addition, a characterization ...
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(1994)We are concerned with the problem of finding the least s for which every large natural number n admits a representation $n = x\sbsp{2}{2} + x\sbsp{3}{3} + \cdots + x\sbsp{s+1}{s+1}$, where the numbers $x\sb{i}$ are nonnegative ...
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