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Continuoustime Repeated Games with Imperfect Information: Folk Theorems and Explicit Results
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This thesis treats continuoustime models of repeated interactions with imperfect public monitoring. In such models, players do not directly observe each other's actions and instead see only the impacts of the chosen actions on the distribution of a random signal. Often, there are two reasons why...

Fall 2011
This thesis is concerned with the development of new formulae for higher order derivatives, and the algorithmic, numerical, and analytical development of the G transformation, a method for computing infiniterange integrals. We introduce the SlevinskySafouhi formulae I and II with applications,...

Fall 2017
In this thesis, some topics in convex geometric analysis and discrete tomography are studied. Firstly, let K be a convex body in the ndimensional Euclidean space. Is K uniquely determined by its sections? There are classical results that explain what happens in the case of sections passing...

Fall 2016
Influenza or the ‘flu’ can affect people from all walks of life. The burden from influenza epidemics puts tremendous pressure on health services and other resources during a flu season. To better prepare for an incoming flu season, clinicians, health services and policy makers have a great...

Spring 2012
Replicated regular twolevel factorial experiments are very useful for industry. The basic purpose of this type of experiments is to identify active effects that affect the mean and variance of the response. Hypothesis testing procedures are widely used for this purpose. However, the existing...

Quantitative analysis of single particle tracking experiments: applying ecological methods in cellular biology
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Singleparticle tracking (SPT) is a method used to study the diffusion of various molecules within the cell. SPT involves tagging proteins with optical labels and observing their individual twodimensional trajectories with a microscope. The analysis of this data provides important information...

Fall 2011
The probability of a species to be present on a certain site is a quantity of interest for monitoring programs. Data for the occupancy of a species is recorded along with habitat covariates that are suspected to relate with its status (presence/absence). The objective of the analysis is to...

The Strong Restricted Isometry Property of SubGaussian Matrices and the Erasure Robustness Property of Gaussian Random Frames
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In this thesis we will study the robustness property of subgaussian random matrices. We first show that the nearly isometry property will still hold with high probability if we erase a certain portion of rows from a subgaussian matrix, and we will estimate the erasure ratio with a given small...

Spring 2014
Let G be a locally compact group. It is wellknown that G^LUC, the spectrum of the algebra of left uniformly continuous functions on G, the socalled LUCcompactification of G, is a semigroup with product restricted from the Arens product on LUC(G)^*. Now consider the algebra of weighted left...