We consider (arc) density of a parameterized interval catch digraph (ICD) family with random vertices residing on the real line. The ICDs are random digraphs where randomness lies in the vertices and are defined with two parameters, a centrality...
Let k be a field of characteristic zero, and let k[epsilon](n) :=k[epsilon]/(epsilon(n)). We construct an additive dilogarithm Li(2,n) : B(2) (k[epsilon](n))-> k(circle plus(n-1)), where B(2) is the Bloch group which is crucial in studying weight...
KOC UNIVERSITY
On the stability and instability of
nonlinear damped wave equations
by
Bilgesu Arif Bilgin
A thesis submitted in partial ful llment for the
degree of Doctor of Philosophy
in the
College of Sciences
Department of Mathematics
August...
Scheduling; Production scheduling; Machinery; Time management; Business planning; Operations research
Single Machine Scheduling with Timelag Constraints
by
G ul cin Ermi s
A Dissertation Submitted to the
Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering
in Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
in
Industrial...
Inflation (Finance) -- United States; Finance -- United States; Phillips curve
Posterior Evidence on US In
ation
Volatility Dynamics using a Phillips Curve
model with Time Varying Trend In
ation
Bekir Baran
A thesis submitted to the
Graduate School of Social Sciences & Humanities
in Partial Ful lment of the Requirements...
We introduce a random walk in random environment associated to an underlying directed polymer model in 1 + 1 dimensions. This walk is the positive temperature counterpart of the competition interface of percolation and arises as the limit of...
Long-Time Behaviour of Solutions to Phase Field Equations
by
Jandos Jayikbaev
A Thesis Submitted to the
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
in Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Master of Science
in
Mathematics
Ko c...
We consider two types of spatial symmetry, namely, symmetry in the mixed or shared nearest neighbor (NN) structures. We use Pielouâ€™s and Dixonâ€™s symmetry tests which are defined using contingency tables based on the NN relationships between the...
Hospitals -- Administration; Health services administration; Strategic planning; Hospital Administration; Health Planning
Competition vs. Cooperation of Public and Private Healthcare
Centres
by
Seyedeh Saloumeh Sadeghzadeh
A Thesis Submitted to the
Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering
in Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Master of...
A Probabilistic Investigation of k Nearest Neighbor
Directed Graphs
by
Selim Bahad r
A Dissertation Submitted to the
Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering
in Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Doctor of...
Decision making -- Mathematical models; Risk; Investments; Portfolio management
Portfolio Selection with Prospect Models
by
Abdullah TAÂ¸SKINCAN
A Thesis Submitted to the
Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering
in Partial FulÂ…llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Master of Science
in
Industrial Engineering
KoÃ§...
For each positive integer Q, let F(Q) denote the Farey sequence of order Q. We prove the existence of the pair correlation measure associated to the sum F(Q) + F(Q) modulo 1, as Q tends to infinity, and compute the corresponding limiting pair...
INVERSE PROBLEMS FOR SECOND ORDER PARABOLIC AND
HYPERBOLIC EQUATIONS
By
Nuri S ensoy
A Thesis Submitted to the
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
in Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Master of...
EQUILIBRIUM BIDDING IN COMMON VALUE AUCTIONS WITH
EX-POST INVESTMENT DECISIONS
by
Vyacheslav Arbuzov
A thesis submitted to the
Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities
in partial fulfillment for the
degree of
Master of...
Given a point on the standard simplex, we calculate a proximal point on the regular grid which is closest with respect to any norm in a large class, including all l(p)-norms for p >= 1 . We show that the minimal l(p)-distance to the regular grid on...
Skeleton Decomposition, Conditional Speed of
Branching Brownian Motion, and Application to
Random Obstacles
by
Mehmet Ã–z
Thesis submitted to the
Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering
in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
the Degree...
Economics -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- Simulation methods; Markets; Game theory; Negotiation in business
Are Search Equilibria
Competitive?
by
A. Arda Gitmez
A thesis submitted to the
Graduate School of Social Sciences & Humanities
in partial ful llment of the requirements for the
degree of
Master of Arts
in
Economics
July 2013
Department of...
We have obtained exact results for the Ising model on a hierarchical lattice incorporating three key features characterizing many real-world networks-a scale-free degree distribution, a high clustering coefficient, and the small-world effect. By...
STEADY STATE AND TRANSIENT MSE ANALYSES OF
ADAPTIVE MIXTURE METHODS
by
Mehmet Ali DÂ¨onmez
A Thesis Submitted to the
Graduate School of Engineering
in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
the Degree of
Master of Science
in
Electrical &...
It is well known that non-renegotiable contracts with third parties may have an effect on the outcome of a strategic interaction and thus serve as a commitment device. We address this issue when contracts are renegotiable. More precisely, we...