Search for dissertations about: "Number Theory"
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1. Aspects of YangMills Theory Solitons, Dualities and Spin Chains
University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis UpsaliensisAbstract : One of the still big problems in the Standard Model of particle physics is the problem of confinement. Quarks or other coloured particles have never been observed in isolation. Quarks are only observed in colour neutral bound states. The strong interactions are described using a YangMills theory. READ MORE

2. Geometry and Critical Configurations of Multiple Views
University dissertation from Fredrik Kahl, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, P.O. Box 118, SE221 00 Lund, SwedenAbstract : This thesis is concerned with one of the core problems in computer vision, namely to reconstruct a real world scene from several images of it. The interplay between the geometry of the scene, the cameras and the images is analyzed. READ MORE

3. Future generations A challenge for moral theory
University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis UpsaliensisAbstract : For the last thirty years or so, there has been a search underway for a theory that canaccommodate our intuitions in regard to moral duties to future generations. The object ofthis search has proved surprisingly elusive. The classical moral theories in the literature allhave perplexing implications in this area. READ MORE

4. Problems in Number Theory related to Mathematical Physics
University dissertation from Stockholm : KTHAbstract : This thesis consists of an introduction and four papers. All four papers are devoted to problems in Number Theory. In Paper I, a special class of local ζfunctions is studied. The main theorem states that the functions have all zeros on the line Re(s)=1/2. READ MORE

5. QuasiLie Algebras and QuasiDeformations. Algebraic Structures Associated with Twisted Derivations
University dissertation from Department of Mathematics, Lund UniversityAbstract : This thesis introduces a new deformation scheme for Lie algebras, which we refer to as ?quasideformations? to clearly distinguish it from the classical GrothendieckSchlessinger and Gerstenhaber deformation schemes. The main difference is that quasideformations are not in general categorypreserving, i.e. READ MORE