# Search for dissertations about: "abstract thesis in mathematics"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 119 swedish dissertations containing the words abstract thesis in mathematics.

1. ## 1. Selected Topics in Partial Differential Equations

Abstract : This Ph.D. thesis consists of five papers and an introduction to the main topics of the thesis. In Paper I we give an abstract criteria for existence of multiple solutions to nonlinear coupled equations involving magnetic Schrödinger operators. READ MORE

2. ## 2. Comparative Study of Teaching Computational Mathematics in Two Different Learning Environments

Abstract : This thesis aims to investigate necessary adaptations in the design of a mathematics course when it is transferred from one cultural environment to another. We focus on an elementary course in computational mathematics with Python taught at Lund University, Sweden, and at Soran University, Kurdistan/Iraq. This project holds two main parts. READ MORE

3. ## 3. To explore and verify in mathematics

Abstract : This dissertation consists of four articles and a summary. The main focus of the studies is students' explorations in upper secondary school mathematics. In the first study the central research question was to find out if the students could learn something difficult by using the graphing calculator. READ MORE

4. ## 4. Topics in Human Gene Mapping

Abstract : This thesis is interdisciplinary between Mathematical Statistics, Genetics, and Medicine. It mainly consists of topics in mathematical modelling of the correlation of inheritance of genes and disease in a family, a method called linkage analysis. It is organized as follows. READ MORE

5. ## 5. Critical point theory with applications to semilinear problems without compactness

Abstract : The thesis consists of four papers which all regard the study of critical point theory and its applications to boundary value problems of semilinear elliptic equations. More specifically, let Ω be a domain, and consider a boundary value problem of the form -L u + u = f(x,u) in Ω, and with the boundary condition u=0. READ MORE