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### Applications of Model Theory to Complex Analysis

... Introduction: In this section we study a pre-dual for the Banach space of bounded analytic functions on a region which was introduced by Rubel and Shields [7 ].. Further introductory det[r] ... See full document

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### A New Five - Parameter Lifetime Model: Theory and Applications

... the **model** more flexible, Nadarajah and Kotz (2006) introduce four more exponentiated type distributions: the Exponentiated Gamma, Exponentiated Weibull, exponentiated Gumbel and the Exponentiated Fréchet ... See full document

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### Harmonic and Complex Analysis and its Applications (HCAA)

... Potential **Theory**, Banach Spaces of Analytic Functions and their **applications** to the problems of Fluid Mechanics, Conformal Field **Theory**, Hamiltonian and Lagrangian Mechanics, and Signal ... See full document

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### Abstract Algebra: Theory and Applications

... Lagrange first thought of permutations as functions from a set to itself, but it was Cauchy who developed the basic theorems and notation for permutations. He was the first to use cycle notation. Augustin-Louis Cauchy ... See full document

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### Complex Variables with Applications

... Less need be said about the exercises at the end of each section because exercises have always received more favorable publicity than have questions. Very often the diﬀerence between a question and an exercise is a ... See full document

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### Predico: Analytical Modeling for What-if Analysis in Complex Data Center Applications

... Composition of piecewise-linear node-level workload models yields system-level models which are also piecewise-linear. Instead of using composition repeatedly on multiple node-level models, we can also directly create ... See full document

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### Complex Network Theory for Water Distribution Networks Analysis

... distribution **model** shows that each pair of nodes is connected randomly with a probability p, which generates a network having a great number of nodes with similar ... See full document

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### Theory and applications of disequilibrium econometrics

... for **analysis** of markets in ...economic **theory** to any models where, according to some (known or unknown) variation in certain economic variables, the parameters of a particular relationship switch from one ... See full document

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### Service martingales : theory and applications to the delay analysis of random access protocols

... delay **analysis** of random access protocols ...this **model** is related to the infinite source **model** in which each source generates a single packet during its lifetime (Lam ... See full document

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### Applications of the Theory of Critical Distances in Failure Analysis

... failure **analysis**, which in recent years has been greatly aided by the development of comprehensive standards such as the recent Eurocodes for welded steel and ...detailed **analysis** using ...the **model** ... See full document

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### Bayesian Networks and Evidence Theory to Model Complex Systems Reliability

... As mentioned previously, the evidence **theory** formal- ism is close to the probability one, but it takes into account inconsistencies and incompleteness in a better way. The frame of discernment allows to define how ... See full document

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### Evolutionary Approach of General System Theory Applied on Web Applications Analysis

... web-based **applications** according to their historical emergence, usage, complexity and integration of new ...to **complex** web ...systems **theory**. Framework for websites **analysis** and evaluation was ... See full document

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### Theory and applications of delayed censoring models in survival analysis

... For the criminological data, fitted survival curves by risk group for the observed offence times with estimated risk scores Rsc under the weighted hazards model 8.13, using the weight fu[r] ... See full document

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### Extensions of Global Sensitivity Analysis: Theory, Computation, and Applications.

... computation **analysis** which would otherwise be infeasible in the high dimensional parameter ...direct **model** development by identifying which **model** parameters (and hence corresponding physical effects) ... See full document

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### Panel time series analysis : some theory and applications

... the individual OLS estimates. 1 However, as in the error-component **model**, the Swamy estimator of the random coefficient covariance matrix is not necessarily nonnegative definite. We have investigated the ... See full document

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### Mathematical Analysis in Investment Theory: Applications to the Nigerian Stock Market

... b) Weaknesses, limitations and assumptions of Markowitz mean-variance However, research has shown that the Markowitz mean-variance has some weaknesses and several constraints. These limitations have taken centre stage of ... See full document

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### Periodic approximations and spectral analysis of the Koopman operator: theory and applications

... In reflection, the proposed numerical method turns out to be very closely related to taking harmonic averages of observable traces. Instead of approximating the harmonic averages of a generic (hence typically aperiodic) ... See full document

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### Monetization : a theory and applications

... SAMPLE SELECTION BIAS. Two decisions were about households to include in this **analysis**, each of which may have implications for the results. The first was made on strictly technical grounds and can be demonstrated ... See full document

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### A microsimulation model of human fertility : theory and applications to the Yoruba of Western Nigeria

... the **analysis** as marriage duration increased but the pattern of fecundability decline with ascending marriage duration still persisted when those women who took over three years to conceive had been ... See full document

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### Applications of dynamical systems theory and 'complex' analyses to cricket fast bowling

... A further descriptive biomechanical study was undertaken by Mason et al. (1989) to develop an ‘optimal’ **model** of the bowling technique (i.e., one that maximises ball release speed but minimises the likelihood of ... See full document

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