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"Schrödinger Equation: Fundamentals Aspects and Potential Applications" ed. by Muhammad Bilal Tahir, et al.

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"Schrödinger Equation: Fundamentals Aspects and Potential Applications" ed. by Muhammad Bilal Tahir, et al.

"Schrödinger Equation: Fundamentals Aspects and Potential Applications" ed. by Muhammad Bilal Tahir, Muhammad Sagir, Muhammad Isa Khan, Muhammad Rafique
ITexLi | 2024 | ISBN: 1837692149 9781837692149 1837692130 9781837692132 1837692157 9781837692156 | 133 pages | PDF | 11 MB

This essential volume introduces you to the spectral theory of the Schrödinger equation, offering a sturdy foundation to explore its enigmatic depths. Unlock the secrets of the universe with tyis book. Delve into the heart of quantum mechanics, where matter, energy, and mathematics intertwine in a dance of profound discovery.

Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics II: 4th International ANESTOC Workshop in Santiago, Chile

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Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics II: 4th International ANESTOC Workshop in Santiago, Chile

Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics II: 4th International ANESTOC Workshop in Santiago, Chile by Rolando Rebolledo
English | PDF | 2003 | 172 Pages | ISBN : 3764369973 | 12.7 MB

The seminar on Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics of the Ca­ tholic University of Chile, started in Santiago in 1984, has being followed and enlarged since 1995 by a series of international workshops aimed at pro­ moting a wide-spectrum dialogue between experts on the fields of classical and quantum stochastic analysis, mathematical physics, and physics. This volume collects most of the contributions to the Fourth Interna­ tional Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics (whose Spanish abbreviation is "ANESTOC"; in English, "STAMP"), held in San­ tiago, Chile, from January 5 to 11, 2000. The workshop style stimulated a vivid exchange of ideas which finally led to a number of written con­ tributions which I am glad to introduce here. However, we are currently submitted to a sort of invasion of proceedings books, and we do not want to increase our own shelves with a new one of the like. On the other hand, the editors of conference proceedings have to use different exhausting and com­ pulsive strategies to persuade authors to write and provide texts in time, a task which terrifies us. As a result, this volume is aimed at smoothly start­ ing a new kind of publication. What we would like to have is a collection of books organized like our seminar.

Metrical Theory of Continued Fractions

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Metrical Theory of Continued Fractions

Metrical Theory of Continued Fractions by Marius Iosifescu , Cor Kraaikamp
English | PDF | 2002 | 397 Pages | ISBN : 1402008929 | 23 MB

This monograph is intended to be a complete treatment of the metrical the­ ory of the (regular) continued fraction expansion and related representations of real numbers. We have attempted to give the best possible results known so far, with proofs which are the simplest and most direct. The book has had a long gestation period because we first decided to write it in March 1994. This gave us the possibility of essentially improving the initial versions of many parts of it. Even if the two authors are different in style and approach, every effort has been made to hide the differences. Let 0 denote the set of irrationals in I = [0,1]. Define the (reg­ ular) continued fraction transformation T by T (w) = fractional part of n 1/w, w E O. Write T for the nth iterate of T, n E N = {O, 1, … }, n 1 with TO = identity map. The positive integers an(w) = al(T - (W)), n E N+ = {1,2··· }, where al(w) = integer part of 1/w, w E 0, are called the (regular continued fraction) digits of w. Writing . for arbitrary indeterminates Xi, 1 :::; i :::; n, we have w = lim [al(w),··· , an(w)], w E 0, n–->oo thus explaining the name of T. The above equation will be also written as w = lim [al(w), a2(w),···], w E O.

Queuing Theory and Telecommunications: Networks and Applications

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Queuing Theory and Telecommunications: Networks and Applications

Queuing Theory and Telecommunications: Networks and Applications by Giovanni Giambene
English | PDF | 2007 | 596 Pages | ISBN : 0387240659 | 42.1 MB

Queuing Theory and Telecommunications: Networks and Applications provides some fundamental knowledge in queuing theory, as well as essential analytical methods and approaches to be employed to evaluate and design telecommunication networks.

Stochastic Calculus for Finance I: The Binomial Asset Pricing Model

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Stochastic Calculus for Finance I: The Binomial Asset Pricing Model

Stochastic Calculus for Finance I: The Binomial Asset Pricing Model by Steven E. Shreve
English | PDF(True) | 2004 | 197 Pages | ISBN : 0387401008 | 13.5 MB

Stochastic Calculus for Finance evolved from the first ten years of the Carnegie Mellon Professional Master's program in Computational Finance. The content of this book has been used successfully with students whose mathematics background consists of calculus and calculus-based probability. The text gives both precise statements of results, plausibility arguments, and even some proofs, but more importantly intuitive explanations developed and refine through classroom experience with this material are provided. The book includes a self-contained treatment of the probability theory needed for stochastic calculus, including Brownian motion and its properties. Advanced topics include foreign exchange models, forward measures, and jump-diffusion processes.

Dynamics and Randomness II

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Dynamics and Randomness II

Dynamics and Randomness II by Alejandro Maass, Servet Martínez, Jaime San Martín
English | PDF | 2004 | 232 Pages | ISBN : 1402019904 | 18.6 MB

This book contains the lectures given at the Second Conference on Dynamics and Randomness held at the Centro de Modelamiento Matemático of the Universidad de Chile, from December 9-13, 2003. This meeting brought together mathematicians, theoretical physicists, theoretical computer scientists, and graduate students interested in fields related to probability theory, ergodic theory, symbolic and topological dynamics.

Empirical Process Techniques for Dependent Data

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Empirical Process Techniques for Dependent Data

Empirical Process Techniques for Dependent Data by Herold Dehling, Thomas Mikosch, Michael Sørensen
English | PDF | 2002 | 378 Pages | ISBN : 0817642013 | 54.8 MB

Empirical process techniques for independent data have been used for many years in statistics and probability theory. These techniques have proved very useful for studying asymptotic properties of parametric as well as non-parametric statistical procedures. Recently, the need to model the dependence structure in data sets from many different subject areas such as finance, insurance, and telecommunications has led to new developments concerning the empirical distribution function and the empirical process for dependent, mostly stationary sequences. This work gives an introduction to this new theory of empirical process techniques, which has so far been scattered in the statistical and probabilistic literature, and surveys the most recent developments in various related fields.

Dynamics and Randomness

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Dynamics and Randomness

Dynamics and Randomness by Alejandro Maass, Servet Martínez, Jaime San Martín
English | PDF | 2002 | 278 Pages | ISBN : 1402005911 | 12.6 MB

This book contains the lectures given at the Conference on Dynamics and Randomness held at the Centro de Modelamiento Matematico of the Universidad de Chile from December 11th to 15th, 2000. This meeting brought together mathematicians, theoretical physicists and theoretical computer scientists, and graduate students interested in fields re­ lated to probability theory, ergodic theory, symbolic and topological dynam­ ics. We would like to express our gratitude to all the participants of the con­ ference and to the people who contributed to its organization. In particular, to Pierre Collet, Bernard Host and Mike Keane for their scientific advise. VVe want to thank especially the authors of each chapter for their well­ prepared manuscripts and the stimulating conferences they gave at Santiago. We are also indebted to our sponsors and supporting institutions, whose interest and help was essential to organize this meeting: ECOS-CONICYT, FONDAP Program in Applied Mathematics, French Cooperation, Fundacion Andes, Presidential Fellowship and Universidad de Chile. We are grateful to Ms. Gladys Cavallone for their excellent work during the preparation of the meeting as well as for the considerable task of unifying the typography of the different chapters of this book.

Markov Processes: Volume I

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Markov Processes: Volume I

Markov Processes: Volume I by E. B. Dynkin
English | PDF | 1965 | 377 Pages | ISBN : 3662000334 | 29 MB

The modem theory of Markov processes has its origins in the studies of A. A. MARKOV (1906-1907) on sequences of experiments "connected in a chain" and in the attempts to describe mathematically the physical phenomenon known as Brownian motion (L. BACHELlER 1900, A. EIN­ STEIN 1905). The first correct mathematical construction of a Markov process with continuous trajectories was given by N. WIENER in 1923. (This process is often called the Wiener process.) The general theory of Markov processes was developed in the 1930's and 1940's by A. N. KOL­ MOGOROV, W. FELLER, W. DOEBLlN, P. LEVY, J. L. DOOB, and others. During the past ten years the theory of Markov processes has entered a new period of intensive development. The methods of the theory of semigroups of linear operators made possible further progress in the classification of Markov processes by their infinitesimal characteristics. The broad classes of Markov processes with continuous trajectories be­ came the main object of study.

Measure Theory

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Measure Theory

Measure Theory by Donald L. Cohn
English | PDF | 1980 | 379 Pages | ISBN : 0817630031 | 28.3 MB

Intended as a self-contained introduction to measure theory, this textbook also includes a comprehensive treatment of integration on locally compact Hausdorff spaces, the analytic and Borel subsets of Polish spaces, and Haar measures on locally compact groups.

Monte Carlo Strategies in Scientific Computing

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Monte Carlo Strategies in Scientific Computing

Monte Carlo Strategies in Scientific Computing by Jun S. Liu
English | PDF | 2004 | 350 Pages | ISBN : 0387763694 | 29.1 MB

This book provides a self-contained and up-to-date treatment of the Monte Carlo method and develops a common framework under which various Monte Carlo techniques can be "standardized" and compared. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the topics and a moderate prerequisite for the reader, this book should be of interest to a broad audience of quantitative researchers such as computational biologists, computer scientists, econometricians, engineers, probabilists, and statisticians. It can also be used as the textbook for a graduate-level course on Monte Carlo methods. Many problems discussed in the alter chapters can be potential thesis topics for masters’ or Ph.D. students in statistics or computer science departments.

Mathematical Methods in Robust Control of Discrete-Time Linear Stochastic Systems (Repost)

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Mathematical Methods in Robust Control of Discrete-Time Linear Stochastic Systems (Repost)

Mathematical Methods in Robust Control of Discrete-Time Linear Stochastic Systems by Vasile Dragan, Toader Morozan, Adrian-Mihail Stoica
English | PDF | 2010 | 349 Pages | ISBN : 1441906290 | 7.4 MB

In this monograph the authors develop a theory for the robust control of discrete-time stochastic systems, subjected to both independent random perturbations and to Markov chains. Such systems are widely used to provide mathematical models for real processes in fields such as aerospace engineering, communications, manufacturing, finance and economy. The theory is a continuation of the authors’ work presented in their previous book entitled "Mathematical Methods in Robust Control of Linear Stochastic Systems" published by Springer in 2006.

Applied Probability (Repost)

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Applied Probability (Repost)

Applied Probability by Kenneth Lange
English | PDF | 2003 | 378 Pages | ISBN : 0387004254 | 4.3 MB

Despite the fears of university mathematics departments, mathematics educat,ion is growing rather than declining. But the truth of the matter is that the increases are occurring outside departments of mathematics. Engineers, computer scientists, physicists, chemists, economists, statis- cians, biologists, and even philosophers teach and learn a great deal of mathematics. The teaching is not always terribly rigorous, but it tends to be better motivated and better adapted to the needs of students. In my own experience teaching students of biostatistics and mathematical bi- ogy, I attempt to convey both the beauty and utility of probability.

The Place of Probability in Science: In Honor of Ellery Eells (1953-2006)

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The Place of Probability in Science: In Honor of Ellery Eells (1953-2006)

The Place of Probability in Science: In Honor of Ellery Eells (1953-2006) by Ellery Eells, J.H. Fetzer
English | PDF(True) | 2010 | 396 Pages | ISBN : 9048136148 | 4.22 MB

Science aims at the discovery of general principles of special kinds that are applicable for the explanation and prediction of the phenomena of the world in the form of theories and laws. When the phenomena themselves happen to be general, the principlesinvolved assume the form of theories; and when they are p- ticular, they assume the form of general laws. Theories themselves are sets of laws and de nitions that apply to a common domain, which makes laws indispensable to science. Understanding science thus depends upon understanding the nature of theories and laws, the logical structure of explanations and predictions based upon them, and the principles of inference and decision that apply to theories and laws. Laws and theories can differ in their form as well as in their content.

Measure Theory and Probability

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Measure Theory and Probability

Measure Theory and Probability by Malcolm Adams, Victor Guillemin
English | PDF | 1996 | 217 Pages | ISBN : 0817638849 | 12.1 MB

Measure theory and integration are presented to undergraduates from the perspective of probability theory. The first chapter shows why measure theory is needed for the formulation of problems in probability, and explains why one would have been forced to invent Lebesgue theory (had it not already existed) to contend with the paradoxes of large numbers. The measure-theoretic approach then leads to interesting applications and a range of topics that include the construction of the Lebesgue measure on R [superscript n] (metric space approach), the Borel-Cantelli lemmas, straight measure theory (the Lebesgue integral). Chapter 3 expands on abstract Fourier analysis, Fourier series and the Fourier integral, which have some beautiful probabilistic applications: Polya's theorem on random walks, Kac's proof of the Szegö theorem and the central limit theorem. In this concise text, quite a few applications to probability are packed into the exercises.