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The book is intended to be a collection of contributions providing a bird’s eye view of some
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In this book I present classical quantitative finance. The book is suitable for students on
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When analyzing kinetic data or designing a chemical reactor, it is important
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For a homogeneous reaction, the reaction rate is defined either as the
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Work on Deisboeck and Kresh's Complex Systems Science in BioMedicine
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Discourse analysis considers how language, both spoken and written, enacts
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1.1 Signals and Information 1.2 Signal Processing Methods 1.3 Applications of Digital Signal Processing 1.4 Sampling and Analog−to−Digital Conversion
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In his theories of self-monitoring, Snyder (1974) suggests that personality determines the
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