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    SEB 1233 structures III-2016

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    SEB 1233 structures III-201

    CHM012 LAUNDRY OPERATIONS SUPPLEMENTARY

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    CHM012 LAUNDRY OPERATIONS SUPPLEMENTAR

    ANALYTIC SOLUTION OF A NONLINEAR BLACK-SCHOLES EQUATION

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    We study a nonlinear Black-Scholes partial differential equation whose nonlinearity is as a result of transaction costs that lead to market illiq- uidity. After reducing the equation into a nonlinear parabolic porous medium type equation, we find that the assumption of a traveling wave profile to the porous medium type equation reduces it further to ordinary differential equa- tions. Solutions to all these transformed equations together with the use of localizing boundary conditions facilitate a twice continuously differentiable so- lution to the nonlinear Black-Scholes equation. We also find that the option is always more volatile compared to the stock. All the risk parameters except Gamma are negative throughout time t

    BS 1106 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING MAIN

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    BS 1106 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING MAI

    SEB 1204 TEC DRAWING 14DMAY

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    SEB 1204 TEC DRAWING 14DMA

    MACHINE ELEMENTS

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    MACHINE ELEMENT

    SEB 1125 SURVEYING TWO (2)

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    SEB 1125 SURVEYING TWO (2

    ASLT 0104 PHYSICS TECHNIQUES

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    ASLT 0104 PHYSICS TECHNIQUE

    Backpacker Tourism Concepts and Profiles

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    This is the second volume of the ongoing research programme on backpacking developed by the Backpacker Research Group (BRG) of the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS). The BRG aims to act as a platform for the discussion and debate between researchers of backpacker travel worldwide. It follows on from the success of the first volumeThe Global Nomad(Richards & Wilson, 2004) and seeks to further shape this relatively new area of tourism research. The idea for the book was initiated at a meeting at Kasetsart University in Bangkok in September 2005 attended by 31 members of the BRG including researchers from the UK, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Israel and Malaysia. Drafts of the chapters contained in this volume were presented at this three-day meeting and these generated continued discussion and updates on the nature, meaning and significance of backpacker tourism. The meeting also enabled feedback to be given to the contributors to this volume and helped to develop the concept of the book. This book, however, is not an exhaustive account of backpacker tourism research and nor is it meant to be. There are clear areas of theoretical, methodological and geographical research on backpacker tourism still to be covered and we point to this in the concluding chapter of the volume. Furthermore, at the time of writing new meetings of the BRG are being planned in Malaysia and India. Information about the ATLAS BRG activities can be found on the Internet (www.atlas-euro.org)

    SMA 2231 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS III

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    SMA 2231 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II
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