Browsing Doctoral Degrees (Applied Mathematics) by Subject "ThesesMathematics."
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Applications of symmetry analysis of partial differential and stochastic differential equations arising from mathematics of finance.
(2011)In the standard modeling of the pricing of options and derivatives as generally understood these days the underlying process is taken to be a Wiener Process or a Levy Process. The stochastic process is modeled as a stochastic ... 
Aspects of graph vulnerability.
(1994)This dissertation details the results of an investigation into, primarily, three aspects of graph vulnerability namely, lconnectivity, Steiner Distance hereditatiness and functional isolation. Following the introduction ... 
Developing an integrated decision support system for an oil refinery.
(1998)This thesis considers the problem of residue upgrading operations in an oil refinery. Visbreaking is a residueupgrading process that improves profitability of a refinery. The economics of converting the heavy residue ... 
Doublediffusive convection flow in porous media with crossdiffusion.
(2011)In this thesis we study doublediffusive convection and crossdiffusion effects in flow through porous media. Fluid flows in various flow geometries are investigated and the governing equations are solved analytically ... 
Fischer Clifford matrices and character tables of certain groups associated with simple groups O+10(2) [the simple orthogonal group of dimension 10 over GF (2)], HS and Ly.
(2011)The character table of any finite group provides a considerable amount of information about a group and the use of character tables is of great importance in Mathematics and Physical Sciences. Most of the maximal subgroups ... 
Interative approaches to convex feasibility problems.
(2001)Solutions to convex feasibility problems are generally found by iteratively constructing sequences that converge strongly or weakly to it. In this study, four types of iteration schemes are considered in an attempt to ...