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(2000)We also prove a functional central limit theorem for Markov additive processes. This theorem is used to produce the heavy traffic limit theorem for the queue length process in the subcritical case.
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(1981)This thesis is concerned with the properties of recursivelyenumerable setsthat is, sets which can be listed by Turingmachinesand their Turing degrees. We shall use the abbreviationr.e. to stand for the phrase recursively ...
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(20110121)This thesis is devoted to the study of the Hilbert transform and its applications in computational finance. We will show in this thesis that under some mild conditions, the Hilbert transform can be approximated by the ...
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(20120522)Holomorphic chains on a smooth algebraic curve are tuples of vector bundles on the curve together with the homomorphisms between them. A type of a holomorphic chain is a tuple t of integers consisting of the ranks and ...
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(1995)In this paper, we present two new spines for ribbon disc complements. We describe Craggs's 3dimensional spine and introduce a 2dimensional spine ${\cal W}\sp2$ which we show satisfies the homotopy reciprocity law. We ...
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(2006)We use the language of homotopy topoi, as developed by Lurie [17], Rezk [21], Simpson [23], and ToenVezossi [24], in order to provide a common foundation for equivariant homotopy theory and derived algebraic geometry. In ...
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(20130822)For a single cusped hyperbolic 3manifold, Hodgson proved that there are only finitely many Dehn fillings of it whose trace fields have bounded degree. In this paper, we conjecture the same for manifolds with more cusps, ...
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(1989)A famous theorem of P. Hall gives a necessary and sufficient condition for a bipartite graph $\Gamma$ to possess a matching f. (A bipartite graph $\Gamma$ is a subset of the cartesian product of two finite sets X and Y. A ...
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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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(1997)The second part concerns the notion of complexity, a measure of the growth of the Betti numbers of a module. We show that over a complete intersection R the complexity of the tensor product $M\otimes\sb{R}N$ of two finitely ...
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(2001)The approach to the ideal membership problem for Z [X] followed here is based on some properties (such as Weierstrass Division) of the ring Z p⟨X⟩ of restricted power series with coefficients in the ring Z ...
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