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(1987)A theorem of D. W. Dean states that all Grothendieck spaces with the DunfordPettis property fail to admit Schauder decompositions. Similar results of H. P. Lotz concern the uniform convergence of ergodic operators and ...
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(2000)This work is comprised of three investigations, each relating to the concept of a density test set. We define a density test set to be a set S of positive integers greater than 1 so that if a set A of positive integers ...
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(1996)We study some of the complexity classes below P and, in particular, we concentrate on $AC\sp0\subseteq NC\sp1\subseteq L=$ LogSpace. We also study the nondeterministic classes $NAC\sp{i}$ and $NNC\sp{i},$ for $i\ge0,$ which ...
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(20130822)In this dissertation we are interested in the study of dynamical systems that display rigidity and weak mixing. We are particularly interested in the topological analogue of rigidity, called uniform rigidity. A map $T$ ...
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(2008)We then define the units of equivariant spectra in terms of equivariant Gammaspaces. Thus showing that units of equivariant spectra are equivariant spectra.
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(1995)The whole area of deformations of Galois representations started in 1986 with a groundbreaking paper by Barry Mazur where he established the first existence theorem and some examples in the case of odd twodimensional ...
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(1989)The Updated Conjugate Subspaces method, an modified quasiNewton method for solving nonlinear unconstrained minimization problems, has flexibility of choosing different quadratic approximation at each iteration and therefore ...
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(2003)More generally, the thesis considers arbitrary valued fields instead of (k((t)), v), with the Frobenius map replaced by an arbitrary selfembedding of the valued field. Many results go through in this more general setting ...
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(1999)In 1967, Vasconcelos and Ferrand independently demonstrated that an ideal I in a Noetherian local ring R is generated by a regular sequence if and only if I/ I2 is free over R/I and pdRI < infinity. In this thesis, we prove ...
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(1996)Dade has made a conjecture expressing the number $k(B, d)$ of characters of a given defect d in a given pblock B of a finite group G in terms of the corresponding numbers $k(b, d)$ for blocks b of certain plocal subgroups of G.
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Verification of the McKayAlperinDade Conjecture for the covering groups of the Mathieu group M(22) (1992)The McKayAlperinDade Conjecture states that the number of complex irreducible characters with a given defect d in a pblock B of a finite group G can be expressed in terms of an alternating sum of the numbers of complex ...
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(20170327)This thesis focuses on using techniques from probability to solve problems from extremal and structural combinatorics. The main problem in Chapter 2 is determining the typical structure of $t$intersecting families in ...
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(20180711)This thesis is divided into three major topics. In the first, we study questions concerning the distribution of lattice points in dimensions two and higher. We give asymptotic formulas for the number of integer lattice ...
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(1998)The production and presentation of sc RTICA are described as are the techniques for generating pic and Mathematica illustrations to be embedded into $\rm T\sb{E}X$ documents.
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