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## A Continuous-time GARCH model for stochastic volatility with delaySwishchuk, Anatoliy and Kazmerchuk, Yuriy and Wu, Jianhong | |

## A Generalization of the Discrete Isoperimetric Inequality for Piecewise Smooth Curves of Constant Geodesic CurvatureBalazs, Csikos, Langi, Zsolt and Naszodi, Marton | |

## A generalized Mahalanobis distance for mixed datade Leon, Alexander and Carriere, KC | |

## A hierarchical 3-{D} direct {H}elmholtz solver by domain decomposition and modified {F}ourier methodBraverman, Elena, Israeli, M. and Averbuch, A. | |

## A higher-dimensional partial Legendre transform, and regularity of degenerate Monge-Ampère equationsRios, Cristian, Sawyer, Eric and Wheeden, Richard | |

## Algorithms for hyperbolic quadratic eigenvalue problems.Guo, Chun-Hua and Lancaster, Peter | |

## Allocating vertex Ï-guards in simple polygons via pseudo-triangulationsSpeckmann, Bettina and Toth, Csaba | |

## An algorithm for minimal number of intersection points of curves on surfacesGoncalves, Daciberg L., Kudryavtseva, Elena and Zieschang, Heiner | |

## An Asymptotic Theory for Semiparametric Generalized Least Squares Estimation in Partially Linear Regression ModelsChen, Gemai and You, Jinhong | |

## A New Multivariate Control Chart for Monitoring Both Location and DispersionChen, Gemai and S.W. Cheng, H. Xie | |

## An Extended EWMA Mean ChartChen, Gemai and L. Zhang | |

## A note on the Diophantine equation D_1x^2+D_2=ak^nMollin, Richard | |

## Approximation of positive matrices by transitive matrices.Farkas, A., Lancaster, Peter and Rozsa, P. | |

## Binary space partition of orthogonal subdivisionsHershberger, John, Suri, Subhash and Toth, Csaba | |

## Binary space partitions: recent developmentsToth, Csaba inCombinatorial and Computational Geometry, vol. 52 of MSRI Publications | |

## B-Spline Estimation in a Semiparametric Regression Model With Nonlinear Time Series ErrorsChen, Gemai and J. You, X. Zhou | |

## Canonical forms for hermitian matrix pairs under strict equivalence and congruence.Lancaster, Peter and Rodman, L. | |

## Canonical forms for symmetric/skewsymsmetric real matrix pairs under strict equivalence and congruence.Lancaster, Peter and Rodman, L. | |

## Cell Shape Analysis, A Statistical ApprocahNettel-Aguirre, Alberto | |

## Censored multiple regression by the method of average derivativesLu, Xuewen and Burke, Murray | |

## Characterizations of cyclic polytopesBisztriczky, Ted | |

## Chromatic numbers and productsDuffus, Dwight and Sauer, NorbertLet $f(n)$ be the smallest number so that there are two $n$ chromatic graphs whose product has chromatic number $f(n)$. Under the assumption that a certain sharper result than one obtained by Duffus, Sands and Woodrow \cite{DSW}, and Welzl \cite{W}, holds we will prove that $f(n)\geq {n/2}$. | |

## Class groups and quadratic diophantine equationsMollin, Richard | |

## Classification of Singularities and Bifurcations of Critical Points of Even FunctionsKudryavtseva, Elena and Lakshtanov, Evgeny L. | |

## Clean general ringsNicholson, W. Keith and Zhou, Y. | |

## Codes; The Guide to Secrecy from Ancient to Modern TimesMollin, RichardFrom the Preface: "This book has been written with a broad spectrum of readers in minnd, which includes anyone interested in "secrecy" and related issues. Thus, this is a tome for the merely curious, as well as the history-minded reader, the amateur mathematician, engineers, bankers, academics, students, those practitioners working incryptography, specialists in the field, and instructors wanting to use the book for a text in a course on a variety of topics related to"codes". We will look at this topic from all aspects including not only those related to cryptography (the study of methods for sending messages in secret), but also the notion of"codes" as removal of noise from telephone channels, satellite signals, CDs and the like." It starts with two chapters on the history of the subject, beginning with the Minoan civilization on the island of Crete 4,000 years ago and moves through the modern day. Subsequent chapters provide explicit descriptions of the most up-to-date ciphers, including Blowfish, Rijndael, RC4, and other stream ciphers. There is also a full accounting of public-key cryptography including, RSA, ElGamal, and digital signatures. There is a chapter on cryptographic protocols including, identification, commitment, secret sharing, electronic voting, protocol layers and SSL, as well as digital cash schemes. Key management in detail is covered with attention to authentication, exchange, distribution, and an overview of PKI. Message authentication is covered with an eye to authentication functions, authentication codes, encryption functions, and applications. E-Mail topics are covered such as, PGP, S/MIME, IPSec, Firewalls, Client-Server models and cookies, as well as a history of the Internet and the World Wide Web. Modern-day concerns are covered, such as cyber-crime, hackers, computer viruses, copyright issues including music downloads, and modern technology such as in smart cards, wireless phones, and biometrics. E-commerce is covered in great detail with SET, SSL, RC4, and other protocols, which have become standards on the Internet. The concluding eleventh chapter is devoted to Information Theory, and Error-Correcting Codes. There are seven appendices with topics including, background on mathematical facts: sets, relations and functions, basic and modular arithmetic, groups, fields, modules, rings, vector spaces, basic matrix theory, continued fractions, elliptic curves, and complexity theory in Appendix A. There is pseudo-random number generation in Appendix B including: ANSI X9.17 and the Blum-Blum-Shub generator. Appendix C covers factoring including: classical methods, the continued fraction algorithm, Pollard''s p-1 algorithm, as well as his rho method, the quadratic sieve, and the multipolynomial quadratic sieve, the elliptic curve method, and the general number field sieve. Appendix D covers technical and advanced details: AES, Silver-Pohlig-Hellman, Baby-Step Giant-Step and the index-calculus algorithm, Brand''s digital cash scheme, and radix-64 encoding. Probability theory is the topic of Appendix E including: basic methods, random variables, expectation and variance, binomial distribution, the law of large numbers, and error-detection. Appendix F is devoted to recognizing primes: primality and compositness tests, Miller-Selfridge-Rabin, Primes is in P, and generation of random primes. The last appendix has just under 400 exercises for all chapters so an instructor may use the book as a text in a course or variety of courses. It also serves as a mechanism for an individual to test their understanding of the topics covered, including many puzzles to be solved for sheer interest. The index has nearly 5,000 entries for easy access to any topic, and the extensive bibliography, with nearly 300 entries for further reading, ensures the reader will have the best of all possible references. Moreover, the bibliography has the page reference of each and every entry --- exactly where it is cited in text. This is a feature not often seen in the literature, but is very useful for the reader. At roughly 700 pages, it will be the only source book you need, with virtually any topic you want on the subject covered. | |

## Comparison of stereoscopic digital imaging to film in the identification of macular degenerationSomani, R, Tennant, M, Rudnisky, CJ, Weis, E, Ting, A, Greve, M, Hinz, B and de Leon, Alexander | |

## Complete integrability beyond {L}iouville-{A}rnol\cprime dBates, Larry and Cushman, Richard | |

## Contractibility of maximal ideal spaces of certain algebras of almost periodic functionsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Delay differential equations with {H}ill's type growth rate and linear harvestingBerezansky, L., Braverman, Elena and Idels, L. | |

## Development of a global stochastic model describing the relationship between the distribution of individual cell physiological states and population physiological stateMcKellar, R.C. and Lu, Xuewen | |

## Edge-antipodal 3-polytopesBezdek, Karoly, Bisztriczky, Ted and Boroczky, Karoly | |

## Efficient Simultaneous Inversion in Parallel and Application to Point Multiplication in ECCMishra, Pradeep | |

## Eisenstein equations and central normsMollin, Richard | |

## Endomorphisms that are the sum of a unit and a root of a fixed polynomialNicholson, W. Keith and Zhou, Y. | |

## Estimation of parameters for a Birnbaum-Saunders regression model with censored dataDesmond, A.F., Rodriguez-Yam, G.A. and Lu, Xuewen | |

## Fast Elliptic Curve Point Multiplication Using Double Base ChainsMishra, Pradeep | |

## Fast Elliptic Curve Point Multiplication Using Double Base ChainsMishra, Pradeep | |

## Fault tolerant on-board networks with prioritiesToth, Csaba, Jean-Claude Berlond and FrÃ©dÃ©ric Havet | |

## Finding the best face on a Voronoi polyhedron - the strong dodecahedral conjecture revisitedBezdek, Karoly | |

## Generalized Lagrange criteria for certain quadratic Diophantine equationsMollin, Richard | |

## Generalized separation theorems for singular values of a matrix and their applications in canonical correlation analysisXie, C., Singh, R.S., Smith, B. and Lu, Xuewen | |

## Graphs of zeros of families of analytic functionsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Holomorphic functions of slow growth on coverings of strongly pseudoconvex manifoldsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Improved Estimation of Regression Parameters in Measurement Error ModelsKim, Hyang Mi and Saleh, A.K.Md.E | |

## Indefinite Linear Algebra with ApplicationsGohberg, Israel, Lancaster, Peter and Rodman, Leiba | |

## Indivisible homogeneous directed graphs and a game for vertex partitionsSauer, Norbert and El-ZaharLet $\mathcal T$ be a set of finite tournaments. We will give a necessary and sufficient condition for the $\mathcal T$-free homogeneous directed graph $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$ to be {\sl divisible}; that is, that there is a partition of $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$ into two sets neither of which contains an isomorphic copy of $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$. | |

## Indivisible homogeneous directed graphs and a game for vertex partitionsSauer, Norbert and M. El-ZaharLet $\mathcal T$ be a set of finite tournaments. We will give a necessary and sufficient condition for the $\mathcal T$-free homogeneous directed graph $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$ to be {\sl divisible}; that is, that there is a partition of $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$ into two sets neither of which contains an isomorphic copy of $\Ha_{\mathcal T}$. | |

## Inverse Modeling of Aerosol Dynamics using Adjoints - Theoretical and Numerical ConsiderationsSandu, Adrian, Liao, Wenyuan, Carmichael, G.R., Henze, D.K. and Seinfeld, J.H. | |

## Inverse problems for damped vibrating systems.Lancaster, Peter and Prells, U. | |

## Isospectral vibrating systems. Part II: Structure preserving transformations.Prells, U. and Lancaster, Peter | |

## Isospectral vibrating systems. Part I: The spectral method.Lancaster, Peter | |

## Iterative Weighted Semiparametric Least Squares Estimation in Repeated Measurement Partially Linear Regression ModelsChen, Gemai and J. You | |

## Jackknifing in Partially Linear Regression Models With Serially Correlated ErrorsChen, Gemai and J. You, X. Zhou | |

## Lagrange, central norms, and quadratic Diophantine equationsMollin, Richard | |

## Modeling and Pricing of Variance Swaps for Stochastic Volatilities with DelaySwishchuk, Anatoliy | |

## Morphic modulesNicholson, W. Keith and Sanchez Campos, E. | |

## Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Central Norm to Equal 2^h in the Simple Continued Fraction Expansion of (2^h)^(1/2) for Any Odd c>1Mollin, Richard | |

## New Developments in Chemical Data Assimilation: Computational ToolsA. Sandu, GR Charmichael, T. Chai, E. Constantinescu and Liao, Wenyuan | |

## Norm form equations and continued fractionsMollin, Richard | |

## On an elementary approach to the Lebesque-Nagell equationMollin, Richard | |

## On antipodal 3-polytopes.Boroczky, Karoly and Bisztriczky, Ted | |

## On coincidence points of mappings of torus to a surfaceBogatyi, Semeon A., Kudryavtseva, Elena and Zieschang, Heiner | |

## On Estimating HIV Prevalence in Canada and in the United StatesAggarwala, Ben | |

## On Eulerian and regular perfect path double covers of graphsSeyffarth, Karen and Wang, Chengde | |

## On exponential dichotomy, {B}ohl-{P}erron type theorems and stability of difference equationsBerezansky, L. and Braverman, Elena | |

## On persistence of a delay differential equation with positive and negative coefficientsBerezansky, L. and Braverman, Elena | |

## On the completeness of pseudo-Riemannian metricsBates, Larry | |

## On the monotonicity of the volume of hyperbolic convex polyhedraBezdek, Karoly | |

## On the pseudospectra of matrix polynomials.Lancaster, Peter and Psarrakos, P. | |

## On the relative distances of six points in a plane convex bodyLangi, Zsolt and Böröczky, KárolyLet $C$ be a convex body in the Euclidean plane. By the relative distance of points $p$ and $q$ we mean the ratio of the Euclidean distance of $p$ and $q$ to the half of the Euclidean length of a longest chord of $C$ parallel to $pq$. In this note we find the least upper bound of the minimum pairwise relative distance of six points in a plane convex body. | |

## Optimal stopping behavior of equity-linked investment products with regime switchingCheung, Ka Chun and Yang, Hailiang | |

## Pairwise likelihood approach to grouped continuous model and its extensionde Leon, Alexander | |

## Point counting on Picard curves in large characteristic.Bauer, Mark, Teske, Edlyn and Weng, Annegret | |

## Removing the cocycle in a momentum mapBates, Larry and Cushman, Richard | |

## Riemann and his zeta functionKudryavtseva, Elena, Saidak, Filip and Zvengrowski, Peter | |

## Scaling Ozone Responses of Forest Trees to the Ecosystem Level in a Changing ClimateKarnosky, D. F., Pregitzer, K. S., Zak, D. R., Kubiske, M. E., Hendrey, G. R., Weinstein, D. and Nosal, Miloslav | |

## Simultaneous Lipschitz extensionsBrudnyi, Alex and Brudnyi, Yuri | |

## Statistical Methods, 5th Revised EditionNosal, Miloslav | |

## Strong liftingNicholson, W. Keith and Zhou, Y. | |

## Sufficient conditions for the global stability of nonautonomous higher order difference equationsBerezansky, Leonid, Braverman, Elena and Liz, Eduardo | |

## Testing Herterocedasticity in Partially Linear RegressionChen, Gemai and J. You | |

## The rotation number and the herpolhode angle in {E}uler's topBates, Larry, Cushman, Richard and Savev, Emil | |

## Total Energy Singular Vectors for Atmospheric Chemical Transport ModelsLiao, Wenyuan and Adrian Sandu |

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