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1. Computational Prediction Models for Proteolytic Cleavage and Epitope Identification
Abstract : The biological functions of proteins depend on their physical interactions with other molecules, such as proteins and peptides. Therefore, modeling the proteinligand interactions is important for understanding protein functions in different biological processes. READ MORE

2. Linear and Nonlinear Deformations of Stochastic Processes
Abstract : This thesis consists of three papers on the following topics in functional analysis and probability theory: Riesz bases and frames, weakly stationary stochastic processes and analysis of setvalued stochastic processes. In the first paper we investigate Uniformly Bounded Linearly Stationary stochastic processes from the point of view of the theory of Riesz bases. READ MORE

3. Estimates for Discrete Hardytype Operators in Weighted Sequence Spaces
Abstract : This PhD thesis consists of an introduction and eight papers, which deal with questions of the validity of some new discrete Hardy type inequalities in weighted spaces of sequences and on the cone of nonnegative monotone sequences, and their applications. In the introduction we give an overview of the area that serves as a frame for the rest of the thesis. READ MORE

4. The Symmetric MeixnerPollaczek polynomials
Abstract : The Symmetric MeixnerPollaczek polynomials are considered. We denote these polynomials in this thesis by pn(λ)(x) instead of the standard notation pn(λ) (x/2, π/2), where λ > 0. READ MORE

5. Topics in polynomial sequences defined by linear recurrences
Abstract : This licentiate consists of two papers treating polynomial sequences defined by linear recurrences.In paper I, we establish necessary and sufficient conditions for the reality of all the zeros in a polynomial sequence {P_i} generated by a threeterm recurrence relation P_i(x)+ Q_1(x)P_{i1}(x) +Q_2(x) P_{i2}(x)=0 with the standard initial conditions P_{0}(x)=1, P_{1}(x)=0, where Q_1(x) and Q_2(x) are arbitrary real polynomials. READ MORE