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Singularities and Complexity in CR Geometry By Jiri Lebl
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PhD Thesis in Pure Mathematics. University of California at San Diego. Several related problems in CR geometry are studied. See abstract in the preview.
Singularities and Complexity in CR Geometry By Jiri Lebl
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PhD Thesis in Pure Mathematics. University of California at San Diego. Several related problems in CR geometry are studied. See abstract in the preview. (hardcover)
Using Linear Regression to Calculate Complex Factors By Homework Help Classof1
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We have looked at break-even calculations, scatter plots for estimating demand information, and trends in revenue so far. In each of these, we simplified the analysis to a straight line. While this... More > is useful, sometimes these data are more complex. They may be a curved line, or instead of only one item for the slope, such as variable costs, there may be several factors involved in the estimate. So demand, for example, may be based on price, convenience, or quality. How does a linear regression allow us to better estimate trends, costs, and other factors in complex situations?< Less
Valuation of Secruity By Homework Help Classof1
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We have looked at break-even calculations, scatter plots for estimating demand information, and trends in revenue so far. In each of these, we simplified the analysis to a straight line. While this... More > is useful, sometimes these data are more complex. They may be a curved line, or instead of only one item for the slope, such as variable costs, there may be several factors involved in the estimate. So demand, for example, may be based on price, convenience, or quality. How does a linear regression allow us to better estimate trends, costs, and other factors in complex situations?< Less
OTREC-RR-11-12 By Kathleen Harder, David Levinson, Carlos Carrion
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Travel-time variability is a factor in network performance. It measures the time uncertainty for users moving between two nodes in a network. The importance of the time variance depends on the user... More > penalties. In road networks, travelers consider this uncertainty in their route selection. This complex decision is based not only on the attributes, but also on the traveler’s previous experience. Over the past several years, the analysis of these behavioral responses to fluctuations in travel-time variability has become a central topic in transportation research. These are generally based on theoretical approaches using Wardropian equilibrium or empirical formulations using Random Utility Theory. This report focuses on the travel behavior of commuters using Interstate 394 and the choices of commuters crossing the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Inferences are based on GPS tracking data and surveys. Two distinct approaches are used to analyze the behavioral responses of two distinct sets of subjects.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-12 By Kathleen Harder, David Levinson, Carlos Carrion
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Travel-time variability is a factor in network performance. It measures the time uncertainty for users moving between two nodes in a network. The importance of the time variance depends on the user... More > penalties. In road networks, travelers consider this uncertainty in their route selection. This complex decision is based not only on the attributes, but also on the traveler’s previous experience. Over the past several years, the analysis of these behavioral responses to fluctuations in travel-time variability has become a central topic in transportation research. These are generally based on theoretical approaches using Wardropian equilibrium or empirical formulations using Random Utility Theory. This report focuses on the travel behavior of commuters using Interstate 394 and the choices of commuters crossing the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Inferences are based on GPS tracking data and surveys. Two distinct approaches are used to analyze the behavioral responses of two distinct sets of subjects.< Less