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(1996)The purpose of this dissertation is to define homology functors for the category of definable sets and definable continuous maps in an ominimal expansion of an ordered field. Both simplicial and singular homology functors ...
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(20120627)We utilize Floer theory and an index relation relating the Maslov index, Morse index and ConleyZehnder index for a periodic orbit of the flow of a specific Hamiltonian function to state and prove some nonexistence results ...
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(1983)This dissertation is a study of the relationship between the structure of a group and that of its automorphism group. We examine the characteristics of groups G whose automorphism group Aut G has specified properties. If ...
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(1996)Let C be a class of finite groups closed under the operations of taking subgroups, quotients, and extensions. Let H and K be proCgroups and let $G=H*K$ be their free proCproduct. An open question in the theory of ...
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On Certain Maximal Operators On H(p) Classes, 0 Less Than P Less Than or Equal to 1 (Hardy, Fourier) (1984)In this thesis we give a generalization of a theorem of C. Fefferman and E. M. Stein on maximal operators on the Hardy classes of tempered distributions H('p)((//R)('n)) for 0 < p (LESSTHEQ) 1. Fix p, 0 < p (LESSTHEQ) ...
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(20120918)In this thesis, we study congruence function fields, in particular those with many rational places. This thesis consists of three parts, the first two parts present our results in two different aspects of function fields ...
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