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    • The theory of option valuation. 

      Sewambar, Soraya. (1992)
      Although options have been traded for many centuries, it has remained a relatively thinly traded financial instrument. Paradoxically, the theory of option pricing has been studied extensively. This is due to the fact ...
    • Thermal evolution of radiation spheres undergoing dissipative gravitational collapse. 

      Reddy, Kevin Poobalan. (2015-09-04)
      In this study we investigate the physics of a relativistic radiating star undergoing dissipative collapse in the form of a radial heat flux. Our treatment clearly demonstrates how the presence of shear affects the collapse ...
    • Transport on network structures. 

      Namayanja, Proscovia. (2014-05-12)
      This thesis is dedicated to the study of flows on a network. In the first part of the work, we describe notation and give the necessary results from graph theory and operator theory that will be used in the rest of ...
    • Wadley's problem with overdispersion. 

      Leask, Kerry Leigh. (2009)
      Wadley’s problem frequently emerges in dosage-mortality data and is one in which the number of surviving organisms is observed but the number initially treated is unknown. Data in this setting are also often overdispersed, ...
    • Weak gravitational lensing in the cosmic microwave background : reconstructing the lensing convergence. 

      Ridl, Jethro Venn. (2015-01-05)
      Many of the most significant constraints on the standard model of Cosmology describing the origins, contents and evolution of the Universe arise from the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). As we enter an era of precision ...