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http://adsabs.harvard.edu//abs/1999PhDT……..50C
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(then I flip back to https://mitsloan.mit.edu/mstir/Pages/default.aspx# – to see if I can find the comparative information through their thought system)
15.997 Advanced Corporate Risk Management
Spring 2007
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How I research and learn –
My note –
How I do it – First, I was wondering about how statistical data and analysis was being conducted by the economics and business management branches of things where it concerns business –
https://cricketdiane.wordpress.com/2009/04/04/howiresearchandlearn/
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I had been working on this (above) and decided to take a break and eat something. While I was making some scrambled eggs and toast, it occurred to me that something could be gained by going this direction (in the midst of what I was studying in the MIT online courseware:)
wave propagation one dimensional array – Google search
1. [PDF]
Beam interactions in onedimensional saturable
2.
waveguide arrays
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – View as HTML
Beam interactions in onedimensional saturable waveguide arrays. Milutin Stepic’, …. As is well established, scalar wave propagation in a non …
http://www.ippt.tuclausthal.de/fileadmin/homes/agkip/reprints/p73.pdf – Similar pages
by M Stepic’ – 2006 – Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 6 versions
3.
Analysis of Wave Propagation in Optical Waveguide Arrays Using a …
wave propagation in an infinite array of onedimensional optical waveguides has been proposed. The numerical results obtained for an AlGaAs waveguide array …
ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/10686/33799/01610063.pdf?arnumber=1610063 – Similar pages
by KZ Aghaie – 2005 – Related articles
4.
Growth of resistance with density of scatterers in one dimensional …
We study wave propagation in a onedimensional disordered array of scattering potentials. We consider three different ensembles of scatterer configurations: …
http://www.springerlink.com/index/G787G01273L5V378.pdf – Similar pages
by BU Felderhof – 1986 – Related articles
5.
Proof of Heteroclinic Orbit in OneDimensional Arrays of
1, Chaotic attractors and waves in a onedimensional array of modified Chua’s circuits – Nekorkin, Kazantsev, et al. – 1996. 1, Leenaerts,’Wave Propagation …
citeseer.ist.psu.edu/46374.html – 19k – Cached – Similar pages
by D Cells – All 3 versions
6.
An invariant manifold approach for studying waves in a one …
We consider a onedimensional linear springmass array coupled to a … Wave propagation ; Perturbation method ; Singularity ; One dimensional model ; …
cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=2547168 – Similar pages
by IT GEORGIOU – 1996 – Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 2 versions
7.
onedimensional array of active
travelling wave propagation in the chain and its dependence …… a one dimensional array, pulses propagate throughout the grid showing similar properties …
http://www.iop.org/EJ/article/01430807/14/2/006/ej930206.pdf – Similar pages
by T Sobrino – 1993 – Cited by 10 – Related articles
8.
Abstracts
Onedimensional arrays of oscillators: Energy localization in thermal …. Effects of a quenched disorder on wave propagation in excitable media. …
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9.
Onemode wave propagation through a periodic array of interface …
Onemode wave propagation through a periodic array of interface cracks: Explicit … Restricting the attention to onedimensional (collinear) periodic …
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10.
Wave propagation in one and twodimensional arrays of bistable …
Wave propagation in one and twodimensional arrays of bistable electronic elements. Authors: Cigna, David Thomas. Affiliation: OHIO UNIVERSITY …
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by DT Cigna – 1999
11. [PDF]
Coexistence of excitability, Hopf and Turing modes in a one …
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array, the system evolves into a Turing pattern whose peaks ….. Chua, ‘Travelling wave propagation in a onedimensional fluctuating …
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[AND]
** to find an answer as to why statistical analysis and construction becomes so different in the hands of business and monetary emphasis –
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/SloanSchoolofManagement/index.htm
Visit the MIT Sloan School of Management home page at:
http://mitsloan.mit.edu/
Find case studies, simulations, deep dives, and industry, business, and country overviews at:
https://mitsloan.mit.edu/mstir/Pages/default.aspx
Review the MIT Sloan School of Management curriculum at:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/resources/curriculum/index.htm#15
MIT Course # Course Title Term
15.060 Data, Models, and Decisions Fall 2007
15.769 Operations Strategy Spring 2003
15.997 Advanced Corporate Risk Management Spring 2007
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/SloanSchoolofManagement/index.htm
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From this list – I select two things –
Find case studies, simulations, deep dives, and industry, business, and country overviews at:
https://mitsloan.mit.edu/mstir/Pages/default.aspx
MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources (MSTIR)
MIT Sloan > MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources (MSTIR)
What is MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources
MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources (MSTIR) is a collection of teaching materials, including case studies, simulations, deep dives, and industry, business and country overviews that MIT Sloan provides as a free teaching resource open and available to the world. Similar to the course syllabi and materials found on MIT’s OpenCourseWare site, these materials carry a creative commons license allowing them to be downloaded, copied and distributed.
The various materials posted on this site have been developed by MIT Sloan faculty and students. Although the collection covers a wide array of companies and organizations, industries, and geographies, it focuses on areas in which MIT Sloan’s innovative research and teaching are on the cutting edge and for which teaching materials are not as widely available as in more standard areas of management. These areas currently include sustainability, industry evolution, and global entrepreneurship.
https://mitsloan.mit.edu/MSTIR/IndustryEvolution/CorningIncorporated/Documents/08056.Corning.GSC.Henderson.pdf
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15.997 Advanced Corporate Risk Management
Spring 2007
Course Highlights
This course features a list of readings and a full set of assignments.
Course Description
This is a course on how corporations make use of the insights and tools of risk management. Most courses on derivatives, futures and options, and financial engineering are taught from the viewpoint of investment bankers and traders in the securities. This course is taught from the point of view of the manufacturing corporation, the utility, the software firm — any potential enduser of derivatives, but not the dealer. Among the topics we will discuss are how companies manage risk, instruments for hedging, liability management and organization, governance and control.
Staff
Instructors:
Dr. John Parsons
Anna Obizhaeva
Course Meeting Times
Lectures:
One session / week
3 hours / session
Level
Graduate
(I might be able to look up other work by these professors in their specialty which could help my understanding.) – I paste over to my open Word docs.
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Industry Evolution
Industry evolution is the study of how industries begin, grow, mature and adapt to changing business environments.
https://mitsloan.mit.edu/MSTIR/IndustryEvolution/Pages/default.aspx
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(Which yielded this – )
(and this – )
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CORNING INCORPORATED: THE GROWTH AND STRATEGY COUNCIL Rebecca M. Henderson and Cate Reavis
Figure 1 Corning Income vs. R&D Expenditure, 20002007
Source: Corning Annual Reports. $8,000$6,000$4,000$2,000$0$2,000$4,000$6,000$8,000US$ millionsRD&EIncomeRD&E$540$631$622$483$355$443$517$565Income$422$5,498$1,302$223$2,231$585$1,855$5,86020002001200220032004200520062007
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The CTC, started in 2003 by Joe Miller, handled Stage 1 and 2 projects, focusing on early stage technologies and potential “keystone components” for both new and existing businesses.
Stage I → Gather information, build knowledge
Stage II → Determine feasibility
Stage III → Test practicality
Stage IV → Prove profitability
Stage V → Manage the lifecycle
Rev: January 16, 2009 9
The CTC, which included Miller, his direct reports, the Director of Strategic Planning, and Corning’s Chief of Strategy, made decisions on whether early Stage 1 and 2 projects fit in with Corning, and over time, when and whether they were ready to graduate on to the GSC and whether they needed additional resources. Decisions on whether to move ahead on an early stage program largely depended on answers to a series of questions, discussed with the CTC, including:
1. Is the opportunity large?
2. Is it connected to a “megatrend”?
3. Is the problem significant – requiring a step change in cost or capability?
4. Is the hypothetical (quantified) value proposition compelling?
5. Is Corning’s approach unique? Is there a possibility for significant differentiation?
6. Is there a good fit with Corning skills?
7. Are the required resources available?
As the company’s innovation portfolio management team, the GSC focused on what were deemed “highpotential” Stage 2 projects and projects in Stage 3 and 4. Led by Corning’s CEO, Wendell Weeks, COO, Peter Volanakis and CTO, Joe Miller, the GSC provided ongoing advice and support to businesses and their innovation programs. More than 10 days a year were allocated to GSC meetings that required Weeks, Volanakis and Miller be in attendance. As Weeks noted, “The GSC has a lot of control over a business’s innovation and growth programs.” No division manager had absolute control over his or her own growth portfolio.
As one Corning executive pointed out, the collective knowledge and understanding attained by the CTC and GSC aided in the management of the overall innovation pipeline: “The CTC and GSC together prevent two common assumptions from occurring. One, GMs of businesses that are doing well can’t assume that the company will continue to invest in all of their business opportunities. Second, GMs whose businesses are suffering can’t just assume his/her focus is only on getting out of the hole in the short term.” The councils provided an objective view in both cases, as well as considering balance and longterm profitability at the corporate level.
In 2005, a centralized new business development (NBD) function was created specifically to seek out and lead NBD with the objective of exploring new markets, new technologies, and potential new businesses outside of the strategic focus of current businesses. As one senior executive noted, “It is very hard to run a division from an operations perspective and oversee growth opportunities at the same time.”
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{and this – }
Figure 2 – Governance of Innovation Pipeline – (which is very nifty)
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My note –
and then on the other side of the “equation” where I was trying to reference wave propagation in one dimensional array for nonlinear statistical equations and analysis (if that makes any sense) –
http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~chua/papers/GomezGesteira95.pdf
(which has to be pasted over to wordpad in order to grab any of the areas of information that interest me – so I saved page one and looked at the rest.)
Then, referring back to the earlier pathways, I relocated these –
References
Good textbooks to utilize as backup references are:
Amazon logo Brealey, Richard A., Stewart C. Myers, and Franklin Allen. Principles of Corporate Finance. Boston, MA: McGrawHill, 2006. ISBN: 0073130826.
Grinblatt, Mark, and Sheridan Titman. Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy. Boston, MA: McGrawHill, 2002. ISBN: 0072294337.
McDonald, Robert. Derivatives Markets. Reading, MA: AddisonWesley, 2005. ISBN: 032128030X.
Hull, John. Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005. ISBN: 0131499084.
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/SloanSchoolofManagement/15997Spring2007/Readings/index.htm
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Regression DiagnosticsResidual vs. observation number
Regression Diagnostics – google search
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SSRN Abstract Database Search Results for
Journal of Applied Corporate Finance
110,988 Total downloads for all papers in this Publisher / Journal
Records 81 – 100 of 145 matches
[ Prev  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  Next ]
Incl. Electronic Paper eDocument is available from the SSRN eLibrary for free
http://www.primisonline.com/cgibin/POL_casesByTopic.cgi?topic=Organizational%20design
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Grinblatt, Mark, and Sheridan Titman. Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy. Boston, MA: McGrawHill, 2002. ISBN: 0072294337
[ from above list and with a google search – ]
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[And from yesterday – to see how it fits going methods about to be used – ]
G20 Working group 1: Enhancing sound regulation and strengthening transparency (PDF file, 698KB)
Action Item: Regulators should develop and implement procedures to ensure that financial firms implement policies to better manage liquidity risk, including by creating strong liquidity cushions. (For immediate action by March 31, 2009)
Action Item: Supervisors and central banks should develop robust and internationally consistent approaches for liquidity supervision of, and central bank liquidity operations for, crossborder banks. (For action in the medium term)
http://www.g20.org/Documents/g20_wg1_010409.pdf
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MIT OpenCourseWare  Sloan School of Management  15.997 Advanced …
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Subject ‘Fr̲etagsekonomi’, all books (ISBNdb.com)
Financial markets and corporate strategy Mark Grinblatt, Sheridan Titman Publisher: Boston : McGraw–Hill Irwin, 2002. ISBN: 0072294337 DDC: 658.15 LCC: …
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{from above link – }
Referred from 49 books
All Books on this Subject
John J. Glynn, John Perrin and Michael P. Murphy
Publisher: London : Chapman & Hall, 1995
ISBN: 041243640X DDC: 658.1511 Edition: (pbk) ;Đ19.95 : Formerly CIP
Collin Randlesome and William Brierley… [et al.]
Publisher: Oxford : Butterworth Heinemann, 1993.
ISBN: 0434917281 LCC: HD58.7
William H. Cunningham, Ramon J. Aldag, Stanley B. Block
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : SouthWestern Pub. Co, 1993
ISBN: 0538813911 DDC: 650 Edition: CIP entry
Ian R. C. Hirst
Publisher: Oxford ; P. Allan, 1988.
ISBN: 0860035492 DDC: 658.1530941 LCC: HG4028
Ian R. C. Hirst
Publisher: Oxford ; P. Allan, 1988.
ISBN: 0860036529 DDC: 658.1530941 LCC: HG4028 Edition: (pbk.)
Business rules and information systems: aligning IT with business goals
Tony Morgan,
Publisher: Boston AddisonWesley Professional, 2002
ISBN: 0201743914
edited by Paul Barnes
Publisher: Deddington : Philip Allan, 1989
ISBN: 0860035530 DDC: 332 Edition: Đ45.00 : CIP rev
ClaesGr̲an Larsson
Publisher: Lund : Studentlitteratur, 2000 ;
ISBN: 9144015631 Edition: 387:00
Amir D. Aczel, Jayavel Sounderpandian
Publisher: Boston : McGrawHill, c2006.
ISBN: 0071244166 DDC: 519.5 LCC: HF1017 Edition: (IE)
Stephen A. Ross, Randolph W. Westerfield, Jeffrey Jaffe
Publisher: Boston : McGrawHill, 1999
ISBN: 0071167579 DDC: 658.15 Edition: (hft.)
Agnes L. DeFranco, Pender B. M. Noriega
Publisher: Upper Saddler River, NJ : Prentice Hall, 2000.
ISBN: 0135753252 DDC: 647.940681 LCC: TX911.3
Decision making: descriptive, normative and prescriptive interactions
edited by David E. Bell, Howard Raiffa, and Amos Tversky
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1988.
ISBN: 0521368510 DDC: 153.8 LCC: HD30.23 Edition: (pbk) :Đ20.00
Den osynliga balansrk̃ningen: nyckeltal fr̲ redovisning, styrning och vr̃dering av kunskapsfr̲etag
av Arbetsgruppen Konrad: Elisabet Annell…; Karl Erik Sveiby (bokens redaktr̲)
Publisher: Stockholm : Affr̃svr̃lden : 1989 ;
ISBN: 9185804223 Edition: (inb.) ;380:00
Design for manufacturability: a systems approach to concurrent engineering and ergonomics
edited by M. Helander and M. Nagamachi
Publisher: London ; Taylor & Francis, 1992.
ISBN: 0748400095 DDC: 658.5 LCC: TS176 Edition: (HC : acidfree paper) :L49.00 ($99.00)
Every manager’s guide to business processes: a glossary of key terms & concepts for today’s business leader
Peter G. W. Keen, Ellen M. Knapp
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business School Press, c1996.
ISBN: 0875845754 DDC: 650.03 LCC: HD30.17 Edition: (pbk.)
Every manager’s guide to business processes: a glossary of key terms & concepts for today’s business leader
Peter G. W. Keen and Ellen M. Knapp
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business School Press, c1996.
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Mark Grinblatt, Sheridan Titman
Publisher: Boston : McGrawHill Irwin, 2002.
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Mark Grinblatt, Sheridan Titman
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Influence of Initial Conditions –
pp. 2 (from pg. 673)
“When the system parameters are located at the triple point ( . . . ) and zero flux boundary positions are considered, the trivial state (u = v = 1), which corresponds to the most stable mode, dominates the Turing and Hopf modes and is the only one that persists for any initial condition.”
[and from a paragraph on the first page – ]
“On the other hand, it is well known that an array of Chua’s circuits, which can be described by means of a set of ODE’s, can exhibit most of the phenomena typically found in RD systems: namely, spiral waves [11], traveling waves [12], chaotic behavior [13], and Turing patterns [14], [15].”
(It goes on to say this which I thought was important in narrowing the options for equations appropriate to statistical analysis for business and economics systems where the realtime dynamics fluctuate based on a variety of involved and prejudiced influences – )
“This kind of system has some important advantages when compared to continuous (chemical) systems, because both the excitability of each cell and their diffusion can be externally controlled, which cannot, obviously be done in chemical or biological systems.”
http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~chua/papers/GomezGesteira95.pdf
[Across the page from this entry on pg. 1 (672) of this pdf. – part of what I want is this – ]
“In order to obtain a simpler system, the set of (1) can be transformed by supposing w changes with a significantly faster time scale, so w is determined by the instantaneous values of the other variables according to:
and:
“Thus, the twovariable system will be described by:”
{and a bunch of really great applicable equations with explanations and restrictive parameters are found in the immediate three paragraphs thereafter. I’ve got to get a copy of MathLab.}
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My note –
So, now that I’ve copied and pasted over those and looked at the other items found so far, I want to go back to the materials science curriculum listings at the MIT Online site, because I remember a lookup I wanted to do.
(and this – )
5.
Proof of Heteroclinic Orbit in OneDimensional Arrays of
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[apparently my entry for the search was not accurate for Boolean language but the search results are very interesting. What fun. This just gets better and better.]
Biased Eukaryotic Gene Regulation Rules Suggest.. – Harris, Sawhill.. (1997) (Correct)
regime, measurably close to a transition to a “chaotic” regime. A number of testable consequences are
2 Transcription State Spaces, Trajectories, Attractors, and Boolean Net Models A state space is a
Edge Of Chaos Stephen E. HarrisBruce K. Sawhill*Andrew Wuensche*Stuart Kauffman*santa Fe
http://www.santafe.edu/sfi/publications/WorkingPapers/9705039.ps
Densitybased Clustering of Time Series Subsequences – Denton (Correct)
these local maxima are referred to as density attractors and in [4] as modes. The modes are determined
Densitybased Clustering of Time Series Subsequences Anne Denton Department of Computer Science North
http://www.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu/%7Eadenton/publications/TDM_AD_final.pdf
Basin of Attraction of Associative Memory as it Evolves from.. – Imada, Araki (1996) (Correct) (1 citation)
patterns. The stored patterns are said to be attractors and the size of this local minimum are referred
Basin of Attraction of Associative Memory as it Evolves from
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Nonlinear Dynamic Systems for Autonomous Agents Navigation – Goldenstein, Metaxas, Large (Correct)
equations are a carefully designed set of attractor and repeller fields. Coupled together with a
Nonlinear Dynamic Systems for Autonomous Agents Navigation Siome Goldenstein and
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Reward and Diversity in Multirobot Foraging – Balch (1999) (Correct) (11 citations)
higher in the hierarchy are permitted to deliver attractors before the others. In the caste approach, only
Reward and Diversity in Multirobot Foraging Tucker Balch
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A stably Bernoullian diffeomorphism that is not Anosov – Shub, Wilkinson (1998) (Correct)
409415. You2] Young, L.S.Ergodic Theory of Chaotic Dynamical Systems. International Congress of
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A stably Bernoullian diffeomorphism that is not
http://www.math.nwu.edu/~wilkinso/papers/lyap7.ps
Identification of Nonstationary Dynamics in.. – Kohlmorgen.. (2000) (Correct) (1 citation)
of complex systems in terms of lowdimensional chaotic systems. Besides the fact that the statistical
concepts like the fractal dimensionality of attractors, and measures of predictability and complexity
dynamics which contains different characteristic waveforms during different stages of wakefulness and
http://www.first.gmd.de/persons/Kohlmorgen.Jens/bio10.ps.gz
Using Ulam’s Method to Calculate Entropy and other Dynamical.. – Gary Froyland (1997) (Correct) (3 citations)
Crawford and John Cary. Decay of correlations in a chaotic measurepreserving transformation. Physica D,
on an attracting invariant set (Axiom A attractor)and T is hyperbolic on a nonattracting
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Reconstructing Attractors With Higher Order Correlation – Tohru Ikeguchi (Correct)
[8] R. S. Shaw. The Dripping Faucet as a Model Chaotic System”Aerial, Santa Cruz, CA, 1985. 9] A.
Reconstructing attractors with higher order correlation Tohru Ikeguchi
example of observed time series. In Fig.1(a)the wave form of higher order correlation functions of the
ikeguchi.te.noda.sut.ac.jp/~tohru/japonais/Works/proceedings/nolta972.ps.gz
Prediction of Seismic Events in Mines Using Neural Networks – van Zyl, Omlin (2001) (Correct)
time series in hard rock mines. 1 Introduction A chaotic attractor is a system in which two nearby points
in hard rock mines. 1 Introduction A chaotic attractor is a system in which two nearby points in state
sliding of the rock cause the radiation of seismic waves. The strength, state of stress, size, and rate of
http://www.iu.de/schools/vanzyl/vanzylijcnn2001.pdf
Pattern Coding in a OneDimensional Array of Coupled Chaotic .. – Galias, Ogorzalek (Correct)
Coding In A One–Dimensional Array Of Coupled Chaotic Oscillators Zbigniew Galias Y And Maciej J.
of patterns corresponding to different chaotic attractors in a one–dimensional array of coupled chaotic
spatiotemporal behavior includes propagation of waves including solitons and autowaves, target waves,
fractal.zet.agh.edu.pl/~galias/ps/nolta98n2.ps
Existence And Uniqueness Of LowPeriod Cycles And Estimation Of.. – Galias (1998) (Correct)
bx)1) where a =1:4 and b =0:3. Analysis of chaotic systems in terms of periodic orbits has many
to a set containing the trapping region and the attractor observed numerically. Using this result we
Existence And Uniqueness Of LowPeriod Cycles And Estimation
fractal.zet.agh.edu.pl/~galias/ps/nolta98h.ps
New Chaotic behavior in a Singular Perturbed Model – Ignacio Vivancos Antonmaria (Correct)
New Chaotic behavior in a Singular Perturbed Model Ignacio
parameter regime the system presents a “chaotic attractor“The study of this chaos is presented both
New Chaotic behavior in a Singular Perturbed Model Ignacio B. Vivancos.
uxmym1.iimas.unam.mx/~fenomec/fenomec_arc/articulos/005.ps
Correlation Dimension Underestimation – Krakovska (Correct)
aiolos.neuro.savba.sk/pub/www/Krakovska/cordim.ps.Z
aiolos.neuro.savba.sk/pub/www/Krakovska/cordim.ps.Z
Interactive Exploration of Dynamical Systems – Gröller (Correct)
dynamical systems often exhibit complex and chaotic behavior which is difficult to comprehend.
by a geometric shape in phase space called attractor, e.g.limit point or limit cycle. Nonlinear
Institute of Computer Graphics Karlsplatz 13/186/2, A1040 Vienna, Austria ABSTRACT Nonlinear
ftp.cg.tuwien.ac.at/pub/TR/95/TR18629501Paper.ps.gz
Evolving Neurocontrollers for Balancing an Inverted Pendulum – Pasemann (1997) (Correct) (1 citation)
to display dynamical features like periodic and chaotic attractors, various bifurcation sequences,
dynamical features like periodic and chaotic attractors, various bifurcation sequences, hysteresis
Leipzig Evolving neurocontrollers for balancing an inverted pendulum by Frank Pasemann PreprintNr.
http://www.mis.mpg.de/preprints/97/preprint35.ps.gz
SymmetryConserving andBreaking BlowOut Bifurcations in.. – Lim, Kim (2001) (Correct)
andBreaking BlowOut Bifurcations in Coupled Chaotic Systems Woochang LIM and SangYoon KIM*
blowout bifurcations of synchronous chaotic attractors on invariant subspaces in coupled chaotic
38, No. 5, May 2001, pp. 528531 SymmetryConserving andBreaking BlowOut Bifurcations in Coupled Chaotic
newton.kangwon.ac.kr/~sykim/Public/jkps528.ps
A SubthresholdCMOS Chaotic Oscillator – Neeley, Harris (1996) (Correct)
Atlanta, GA, May 1996. A SubthresholdCMOS Chaotic Oscillator John E. Neeley and John G. Harris
present some bifurcation sequences and chaotic attractors simulated via the circuit simulation package
In IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pages 269271, Atlanta, GA, May 1996. A
cnel.ufl.edu/analog/bib/papers/neeley96a.ps.Z
Dynamic Recurrent Neural Networks – Pearlmutter (1990) (Correct) (16 citations)
behavior. Although it has been theorized that chaotic dynamics play a significant computational role
there are no training procedures for chaotic attractors in networks with hidden units. However,
Dynamic Recurrent Neural Networks Barak A. Pearlmutter December 1990 CMUCS90196
archive.cis.ohiostate.edu/pub/neuroprose/pearlmutter.dynets.ps.Z
Analytical Treatment of Fluctuation Spectra At the Symmetry.. – Just (1998) (Correct)
1 Introduction Symmetry breaking bifurcations of chaotic attractors have been observed in a variety of
Symmetry breaking bifurcations of chaotic attractors have been observed in a variety of nonlinear
Analytical treatment of fluctuation spectra at the
hopf.fkp.physik.tudarmstadt.de/pub/publications/wolfram/pla_90/ms.ps.gz
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My note –
This is information (below) that I had found yesterday from the real world, more or less – and these are the figures, ideas and types of information sets that I want to use in the statistical arrays which could be modeled and manipulated using equation modeling to examine variables and analyze.
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Permanent mortgage loan spreads over
Treasuries have moved from 100 bps to 400+
bps. Some lenders are ignoring the spreads and
just quoting a rate that works for them.
Short rates for 2009 are going to remain low
as the Federal Reserve focuses on revitalizing
the economy. Long rates will also be attractive,
but they may creep up toward the end of the
year. Bond investors keep a keen eye out for
any signs of inflation. If they sense it on the
horizon, they react instantaneously, bidding
down bonds. Many economists see the GDP
contracting through 2nd quarter 2009.
There is a perfect storm that could unleash harsh
deleveraging for borrowers with maturities in
the next few years. Foresight Analytics says
there are $530 billion in loans maturing through
2011. Let’s say a borrower obtained an 80%
LTV interestonly loan with an interest rate in
the 56% range, with 1.15x debt coverage. The
new underwriting is going to be 1.25x – 1.35x
debt coverage, 25 year amortization and an inter
est rate in the 6.5% to 8.0% range. Recourse or
partial recourse may also come into play. If the
borrower did not have reserves before, he will
now for tenant improvements, commissions,
capital improvements, and real estate taxes. The
loan amount calculated in this approach will
be compared to the lender’s maximum loan to
value (probably 6065%), with the lender using
the lower of the two. The result will be a much
smaller loan and the borrowers will need to in
vest additional equity or sell. Borrowers are rec
ommended to project into the future what loan
amounts they could obtain under various sce
narios and take appropriate proactive measures.
By Mark Reiling, CRE, SIOR
President of Towle Properties, Inc.
December 30, 2008
The commercial banks have money, but are stin
gy when it comes to loaning it out. The money
center banks are taking care of their existing
clients through loan renewals and new loans.
The underwriting is more thorough than it has
ever been, both for the project and the guaran
tors. Pricing has increased to Libor + 275 to 300.
Prime rate based loans are gone. Debt coverage
ratios are up. Regional and community banks
also have money. Those not too burdened with
problem loans are still in the market. They are
cautious as the regulators have been scrutiniz
ing their real estate loan portfolios with a fine
toothed comb. Most banks will lend for five year
terms at floating or fixed rates, but not all at fixed
rates. Most banks are also putting a floor rate on
their floating rate loans.
Taxable floating rate bonds are very attractive
with the super low floating rates in the market.
The challenge is obtaining the letter of credit.
Letter of credit fees have also materially in
creased. Best bet: obtain the floating rate bonds
and swap into a fixed rate.
Mezzanine debt has mostly dried up. Many mezz
lenders are working out of the deals they did in
the last five years and are not in the market.
There is an
estimated $160 billion in commercial real estate
loans maturing in 2009 according to Foresight
Analytics. The competition for these limited dol
lars will be keen. Another consideration for life
companies is their choice to buy CMBS AAA
at 13% (today), or whatever the yields may be
throughout 2009, versus originating new loans at
6.5% (today).
This is the html version of the file http://www.towle.com/file_download/2/2009+Who+Has+The+Money.pdf
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15.075 Applied Statistics
Spring 2003
Image comparing statistics and probability.
Diagram showing the difference between statistics and probability. (Image by MIT OpenCourseWare. Based on Gilbert, Norma. Statistics. W.B. Saunders Co., 1976.)
Course Highlights
Material in 15.075 is presented through its comprehensive set of lecture notes. Students receive handson experience with statistical software through the assignments and with examples in the lecture notes.
Course Description
This course is an introduction to applied statistics and data analysis. Topics include collecting and exploring data, basic inference, simple and multiple linear regression, analysis of variance, nonparametric methods, and statistical computing. It is not a course in mathematical statistics, but provides a balance between statistical theory and application. Prerequisites are calculus, probability, and linear algebra.
We would like to acknowledge the contributions that Prof. Roy Welsch (MIT), Prof. Gordon Kaufman (MIT), Prof. Jacqueline Telford (Johns Hopkins University), and Prof. Ramón León (University of Tennessee) have made to the course material.
*Some translations represent previous versions of courses.
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Every manager’s guide to business processes
Every manager’s guide to business processes: a glossary of key terms & concepts for today’s business leader
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http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/MaterialsScienceandEngineering/360Fall2005/Readings/index.htm
This section contains documents created from scanned original files, which are inaccessible to screen reader software. A “#” symbol is used to denote such documents.
Readings are mix of Professor Wuensch’s original handouts and other published materials, presented here in the order used in class. The individual original handouts are also published here as compiled notes.
Several readings are from the books:
[TABLES_52] Norman, F. M., and Kathleen Lonsdale, eds. International Tables for XRay Crystallography. Vol. 1. Birmingham, UK: The Kynoch Press, 1952.
[TABLES_83] Hahn, Theo, ed. International Tables for Crystallography. Vol. A. New York, NY: SpringerVerlag, 1983. ISBN: 9789027715326.
Crystallography Readings
Buerger, Martin J. Elementary Crystallography: An Introduction to the Fundamental Geometrical Features of Crystals. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1978, chapters 19. ISBN: 9780262520485.
Principles of Plane Group Derivation (PDF)^{#}
“The 17 TwoDimensional Space Groups: Equivalent Positions, Symmetry and Possible Reflections.” Section 4.2 in [TABLES_52].
Distribution of Lattice Types, Point Groups and Plane Groups Among the TwoDimensional Crystal Systems (PDF)^{#}
Spherical Trigonometry (PDF)^{#}
Derivation of the 32 Crystallographic Point Groups, or Crystal Classes (PDF)^{#}
“The 32 Three Dimensional Point Groups.” Table 3.3 in [TABLES_52].
Demonstration of 2fold and 3fold Axes (PDF)^{#}
Tables d, f, and g in Nowacki, W. “Crystal Data – Systematic Tables.” Monograph 6, 2nd Edition. Buffulo, NY: American Crystallographic Association, 1967.
Summary of 2Dimensional Plane Groups in Preparation for Addition of a Stacking Vector to Produce a Space Lattice (PDF)^{#}
Derivation of the Space Lattices (PDF)^{#}
Lattice Transformations (PDF)^{#}
Distribution of Lattice Types and Point Groups Among the Crystal Systems (PDF)^{#}
Symbols for the Locus of a Glide Plane (PDF)^{#}
Single Page Summary of Logic and Combination Theorems Used to Derive Space Groups (PDF)^{#}
The Monoclinic Space Groups. pp. 76101 In [TABLES_52].
This reading illustrates how the threedimensional space groups are systematically derived by adding each of the point groups in a particular crystal system — and with pure rotation replaced by a screw axis and/or a mirror plane by a glide plane — to each of the space lattices that are able to accomodate them.
“A short explanation of the spacegroup data (cf. Section 2.2).” In [TABLES_83].
Excerpts from “The 230 Space Groups.” pp. 420422, 473, 590591, 648649, 662663, 670703. In [TABLES_83].
Symbols for All Possible Orientations of the 230 Space Groups. Table 6.2.1, pp. 545553. In [TABLES_52].
Summary Notes on the Crystalline State (PDF)^{#}
“Packing Considerations.” In Wuensch, B. J. “Determination, Relationships and Classification of Sulfide Mineral Structures.” Chapter 1 in Sulfide Mineralogy: Reviews in Minerology. Vol. 1. Chantilly, VA: Mineralogical Society of America, 1974.
Derivative Structures (PDF)^{#}
Tensor Properties Readings
Propagation of Waves Along OneDimensional Crystal with Two Kinds of Atoms (PDF)^{#}
Wave Propagation in a Continuous OneDimensional Medium (PDF)^{#}
Propagation of Elastic Waves in Crystals (PDF)^{#}
Stiffness vs. Temperature (PDF)^{#}
Conventions for Relabeling Stress, Strain, Stiffness and Compliance in Matrix Notation (PDF)^{#}
Symmetry Restrictions for 4th Rank Property Tensors (PDF)^{#}
Some Basic Relations in Electromagnetism (PDF)^{#}
Stress and Strain Tensors (PDF)^{#}
Some Solutions to 3rd Order Equations (PDF)^{#}
2nd Rank Tensors and the Representation Quadric (PDF)^{#}
Tensor Properties of Crystals and Anisotropy (PDF)^{#}
Professor Wuensch’s Compiled Notes
These two files are compilations of the above individual readings files.
Crystallography Notes (PDF – 2.1 MB)^{#}
Tensor Properties Notes (PDF – 2.3 MB)^{#}
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/MaterialsScienceandEngineering/360Fall2005/Readings/index.htm
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Wave Propagation in a Continuous OneDimensional Medium
[My note – maybe relative displacement would make a better choice of equations for business statistics. But, I have noticed in the stat analysis info – chapt.s 9 or lecture 12, chapt. 10 – that in some data arrays,, there are common conventions of leaving out or deleting certain results or categories of data whether because the values are too low or for constraints of other reasons. Maybe that explains a lot of the differences in handling the data and analysis for business / monetary information compared to science, physics or materials science / mathematics, in that incremental specificity is important and deemed to be critically necessary in science / math apps.]
[and]
Spherical Trigonometry info / review and quick notes
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****And my favorite findit site – newspapers, info, search engines, etc.
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My note –
I also looked up a couple articles about the suicide / shootings in NY as I went along. They are very interesting – but sad.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/04/nyregion/04hostage.html?_r=1&hp
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I like to look at news sources around the world to understand how it is being shown there and how it seems presented from that perspective. In this case, it looks like the place erupted in violence and it doesn’t matter where the story is, it is sad and shocking. – cricketdiane, 040309
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