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Bolzano's Definition Of Continuity, His Bounded Set Theorem, And An Application To Continuous Functions, Dave Ruch 2017 Ursinus College

Bolzano's Definition Of Continuity, His Bounded Set Theorem, And An Application To Continuous Functions, Dave Ruch

Analysis

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Euler's Rediscovery Of E With Instructor Notes, Dave Ruch 2017 Ursinus College

Euler's Rediscovery Of E With Instructor Notes, Dave Ruch

Analysis

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The Mean Value Theorem, Dave Ruch 2017 Ursinus College

The Mean Value Theorem, Dave Ruch

Analysis

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An Introduction To A Rigorous Definition Of Derivative, Dave Ruch 2017 Ursinus College

An Introduction To A Rigorous Definition Of Derivative, Dave Ruch

Analysis

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Strategies For Using Data Analytics In Testing The Readability Levels Of Textbooks: It’S Time To Get Serious, Emily Wefelmeyer, Mary Beth Backus 2017 Harrisburg University of Science and Technology

Strategies For Using Data Analytics In Testing The Readability Levels Of Textbooks: It’S Time To Get Serious, Emily Wefelmeyer, Mary Beth Backus

Other Student Works

The idea that education in America is deteriorating is emotionally charged and controversial. While there is no disputing that education levels in the United States continue to rise, there is also a pervasive notion that this was accomplished by gradually reducing the readability level and general difficulty of textbooks. One tool often employed in the defense of education is the employment of readability indices in the evaluation of textbooks. There are a variety of these readability indices that serve the purpose of indicating a grade level for a particular piece of writing (Kinkaid, et. al., 1975). It’s relatively easy ...


Development And Analysis Of Volume Multi-Sphere Method Model Generation Using Electric Field Fitting, Gabriel J. Ingram 2017 University of Colorado at Boulder

Development And Analysis Of Volume Multi-Sphere Method Model Generation Using Electric Field Fitting, Gabriel J. Ingram

Aerospace Engineering Sciences Graduate Theses & Dissertations

Electrostatic modeling of spacecraft has wide-reaching applications such as detumbling space debris in the Geosynchronous Earth Orbit regime before docking, servicing and tugging space debris to graveyard orbits, and Lorentz augmented orbits. The viability of electrostatic actuation control applications relies on faster-than-realtime characterization of the electrostatic interaction. The Volume Multi-Sphere Method (VMSM) seeks the optimal placement and radii of a small number of equipotential spheres to accurately model the electrostatic force and torque on a conducting space object. Current VMSM models tuned using force and torque comparisons with commercially available finite element software are subject to the modeled probe size ...


The Subcritical Phase For A Homopolymer Model, Iddo Ben-Ari, Hugo Panzo 2017 University of Connecticut

The Subcritical Phase For A Homopolymer Model, Iddo Ben-Ari, Hugo Panzo

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

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Convergence Analysis Of A Proximal Point Algorithm For Minimizing Differences Of Functions, Thai An Nguyen, Mau Nam Nguyen 2017 Institute of Research and Development, Duy Tan University

Convergence Analysis Of A Proximal Point Algorithm For Minimizing Differences Of Functions, Thai An Nguyen, Mau Nam Nguyen

Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications and Presentations

Several optimization schemes have been known for convex optimization problems. However, numerical algorithms for solving nonconvex optimization problems are still underdeveloped. A significant progress to go beyond convexity was made by considering the class of functions representable as differences of convex functions. In this paper, we introduce a generalized proximal point algorithm to minimize the difference of a nonconvex function and a convex function. We also study convergence results of this algorithm under the main assumption that the objective function satisfies the Kurdyka– ᴌojasiewicz property.


Approximation Of Solutions To The Mixed Dirichlet-Neumann Boundary Value Problem On Lipschitz Domains, Morgan F. Schreffler 2017 University of Kentucky

Approximation Of Solutions To The Mixed Dirichlet-Neumann Boundary Value Problem On Lipschitz Domains, Morgan F. Schreffler

Theses and Dissertations--Mathematics

We show that solutions to the mixed problem on a Lipschitz domain Ω can be approximated in the Sobolev space H1(Ω) by solutions to a family of related mixed Dirichlet-Robin boundary value problems which converge in H1(Ω), and we give a rate of convergence. Further, we propose a method of solving the related problem using layer potentials.


Investigations Into D'Alembert's Definition Of Limit: A Student Project With Primary Sources, Dave Ruch 2017 Ursinus College

Investigations Into D'Alembert's Definition Of Limit: A Student Project With Primary Sources, Dave Ruch

Analysis

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Elliptic Curve Cryptography And Quantum Computing, Emily Alderson 2017 Ouachita Baptist University

Elliptic Curve Cryptography And Quantum Computing, Emily Alderson

Honors Theses

In the year 2007, a slightly nerdy girl fell in love with all things math. Even though she only was exposed to a small part of the immense field of mathematics, she knew that math would always have a place in her heart. Ten years later, that passion for math is still burning inside. She never thought she would be interested in anything other than strictly mathematics. However, she discovered a love for computer science her sophomore year of college. Now, she is graduating college with a double major in both mathematics and computer science.

This nerdy girl is me ...


Occupation Time Problem Of Certain Self-Similar Processes Related To The Fractional Brownian Motion, Aissa Sghir, Mohamed A. Ouahra, Soufiane Moussaten 2017 Université Mohammed Premier

Occupation Time Problem Of Certain Self-Similar Processes Related To The Fractional Brownian Motion, Aissa Sghir, Mohamed A. Ouahra, Soufiane Moussaten

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

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The Qq–Bit (Ii): Functional Central Limits And Monotone Representation Of The Azema Martingale, Luigi Accardi, Yun-Gang Lu 2017 Università di Roma Tor Vergata

The Qq–Bit (Ii): Functional Central Limits And Monotone Representation Of The Azema Martingale, Luigi Accardi, Yun-Gang Lu

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Homeomorphic Property Of The Stochastic Flow Of A Natural Equation In Multi-Dimensional Case, Fatima Benziadi, Abdeldjabbar Kandouci 2017 Tahar Moulay University of Saida, Algeria

Homeomorphic Property Of The Stochastic Flow Of A Natural Equation In Multi-Dimensional Case, Fatima Benziadi, Abdeldjabbar Kandouci

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Extensions Of The Hitsuda–Skorokhod Integral, Peter Parczewski 2017 University of Mannheim

Extensions Of The Hitsuda–Skorokhod Integral, Peter Parczewski

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Near-Martingale Property Of Anticipating Stochastic Integration, C R. Hwang, Hui-Hsiung Kuo, Kimiaki Saitô, Jiayu Zhai 2017 Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica

Near-Martingale Property Of Anticipating Stochastic Integration, C R. Hwang, Hui-Hsiung Kuo, Kimiaki Saitô, Jiayu Zhai

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


An Option Pricing Model With Memory, Flavia Sancier, Salah Mohammed 2017 Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio

An Option Pricing Model With Memory, Flavia Sancier, Salah Mohammed

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Double Barrier Problem With Double Exponential Jump Diffusion, Julius Esunge, Kalev Pärna, Dean Teneng 2017 University of Mary Washington

The Double Barrier Problem With Double Exponential Jump Diffusion, Julius Esunge, Kalev Pärna, Dean Teneng

Communications on Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Compactness Of Isoresonant Potentials, Robert G. Wolf 2017 University of Kentucky

Compactness Of Isoresonant Potentials, Robert G. Wolf

Theses and Dissertations--Mathematics

Bruning considered sets of isospectral Schrodinger operators with smooth real potentials on a compact manifold of dimension three. He showed the set of potentials associated to an isospectral set is compact in the topology of smooth functions by relating the spectrum to the trace of the heat semi-group. Similarly, we can consider the resonances of Schrodinger operators with real valued potentials on Euclidean space of whose support lies inside a ball of fixed radius that generate the same resonances as some fixed Schrodinger operator, an ``isoresonant" set of potentials. This isoresonant set of potentials is also compact in the topology ...


Chow's Theorem, Yohannes D. Asega 2017 Colby College

Chow's Theorem, Yohannes D. Asega

Honors Theses

We present the proof of Chow's theorem as a corollary to J.P.-Serre's GAGA correspondence theorem after introducing the necessary prerequisites. Finally, we discuss consequences of Chow's theorem.


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