Latest content added for UNT Digital Library Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertationshttp://digital.library.unt.edu/explore/collections/UNTETD/browse/?fq=untl_institution:UNT&sort=creator&fq=str_degree_discipline:Mathematics2014-02-01T18:14:03-06:00UNT LibrariesThis is a custom feed for browsing UNT Digital Library Collection: UNT Theses and DissertationsReal Analyticity of Hausdorff Dimension of Disconnected Julia Sets of Cubic Parabolic Polynomials2014-02-01T18:14:03-06:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc271768/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc271768/"><img alt="Real Analyticity of Hausdorff Dimension of Disconnected Julia Sets of Cubic Parabolic Polynomials" title="Real Analyticity of Hausdorff Dimension of Disconnected Julia Sets of Cubic Parabolic Polynomials" src="/ark:/67531/metadc271768/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>Consider a family of cubic parabolic polynomials given by for non-zero complex parameters such that for each the polynomial is a parabolic polynomial, that is, the polynomial has a parabolic fixed point and the Julia set of , denoted by , does not contain any critical points of . We also assumed that for each , one finite critical point of the polynomial escapes to the super-attracting fixed point infinity. So, the Julia sets are disconnected. The concern about the family is that the members of this family are generally not even bi-Lipschitz conjugate on their Julia sets. We have proved that the parameter set is open and contains a deleted neighborhood of the origin 0. Our main result is that the Hausdorff dimension function defined by is real analytic. To prove this we have constructed a holomorphic family of holomorphic parabolic graph directed Markov systems whose limit sets coincide with the Julia sets of polynomials up to a countable set, and hence have the same Hausdorff dimension. Then we associate to this holomorphic family of holomorphic parabolic graph directed Markov systems an analytic family, call it , of conformal graph directed Markov systems with infinite number of edges in order to reduce the problem of real analyticity of Hausdorff dimension for the given family of polynomials to prove the corresponding statement for the family .</p>The Moore-Smith Limit2012-10-12T10:26:10-05:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107833/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc107833/"><img alt="The Moore-Smith Limit" title="The Moore-Smith Limit" src="/ark:/67531/metadc107833/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>It is the purpose of this thesis to indicate in more detail how various limits defined in analysis, as well as other concepts not ordinarily defined as limits, may be obtained as special cases of the Moore-Smith limit.</p>Generic Algebras and Kazhdan-Lusztig Theory for Monomial Groups2008-05-05T14:14:01-05:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc5235/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc5235/"><img alt="Generic Algebras and Kazhdan-Lusztig Theory for Monomial Groups" title="Generic Algebras and Kazhdan-Lusztig Theory for Monomial Groups" src="/ark:/67531/metadc5235/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>The Iwahori-Hecke algebras of Coxeter groups play a central role in the study of representations of semisimple Lie-type groups. An important tool is the combinatorial approach to representations of Iwahori-Hecke algebras introduced by Kazhdan and Lusztig in 1979. In this dissertation, I discuss a generalization of the Iwahori-Hecke algebra of the symmetric group that is instead based on the complex reflection group G(r,1,n). Using the analogues of Kazhdan and Lusztig's R-polynomials, I show that this algebra determines a partial order on G(r,1,n) that generalizes the Chevalley-Bruhat order on the symmetric group. I also consider possible analogues of Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials.</p>A Development of a Set of Functions Analogous to the Trigonometric and the Hyperbolic Functions2012-12-27T22:03:54-06:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130370/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc130370/"><img alt="A Development of a Set of Functions Analogous to the Trigonometric and the Hyperbolic Functions" title="A Development of a Set of Functions Analogous to the Trigonometric and the Hyperbolic Functions" src="/ark:/67531/metadc130370/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>The purpose of this paper is to define and develop a set of functions of an area in such a manner as to be analogous to the trigonometric and the hyperbolic functions.</p>Integration of Vector Valued Functions2012-12-27T22:03:54-06:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131526/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc131526/"><img alt="Integration of Vector Valued Functions" title="Integration of Vector Valued Functions" src="/ark:/67531/metadc131526/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>This paper develops an integral for Lebesgue measurable functions mapping from the interval [0, 1] into a Banach space.</p>R-Modules for the Alexander Cohomology Theory2012-12-27T22:03:54-06:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131595/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc131595/"><img alt="R-Modules for the Alexander Cohomology Theory" title="R-Modules for the Alexander Cohomology Theory" src="/ark:/67531/metadc131595/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>The Alexander Wallace Spanier cohomology theory associates with an arbitrary topological space an abelian group. In this paper, an arbitrary topological space is associated with an R-module. The construction of the R-module is similar to the Alexander Wallace Spanier construction of the abelian group.</p>Understanding Ancient Math Through Kepler: A Few Geometric Ideas from The Harmony of the World2007-09-26T02:36:22-05:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc3269/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc3269/"><img alt="Understanding Ancient Math Through Kepler: A Few Geometric Ideas from The Harmony of the World" title="Understanding Ancient Math Through Kepler: A Few Geometric Ideas from The Harmony of the World" src="/ark:/67531/metadc3269/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>Euclid's geometry is well-known for its theorems concerning triangles and circles. Less popular are the contents of the tenth book, in which geometry is a means to study quantity in general. Commensurability and rational quantities are first principles, and from them are derived at least eight species of irrationals. A recently republished work by Johannes Kepler contains examples using polygons to illustrate these species. In addition, figures having these quantities in their construction form solid shapes (polyhedra) having origins though Platonic philosophy and Archimedean works. Kepler gives two additional polyhedra, and a simple means for constructing the “divine” proportion is given.</p>The History of the Calculus2012-02-09T19:58:32-06:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75389/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc75389/"><img alt="The History of the Calculus" title="The History of the Calculus" src="/ark:/67531/metadc75389/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>The purpose of this essay is to trace the development of the concepts of the calculus from their first known appearance, through the formal invention of the method of the calculus in the second half of the seventeenth century, to our own day.</p>Comparison of Some Mappings in Topology2012-10-12T10:26:10-05:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc108253/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc108253/"><img alt="Comparison of Some Mappings in Topology" title="Comparison of Some Mappings in Topology" src="/ark:/67531/metadc108253/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>The main purpose of this paper is the study of transformations in topological space and relationships between special types of transformations.</p>Uniqueness Results for the Infinite Unitary, Orthogonal and Associated Groups2008-10-02T16:41:11-05:00http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc6136/<p><a href="/ark:/67531/metadc6136/"><img alt="Uniqueness Results for the Infinite Unitary, Orthogonal and Associated Groups" title="Uniqueness Results for the Infinite Unitary, Orthogonal and Associated Groups" src="/ark:/67531/metadc6136/thumbnail/"/></a></p><p>Let H be a separable infinite dimensional complex Hilbert space, let U(H) be the Polish topological group of unitary operators on H, let G be a Polish topological group and φ:G→U(H) an algebraic isomorphism. Then φ is a topological isomorphism. The same theorem holds for the projective unitary group, for the group of *-automorphisms of L(H) and for the complex isometry group. If H is a separable real Hilbert space with dim(H)≥3, the theorem is also true for the orthogonal group O(H), for the projective orthogonal group and for the real isometry group. The theorem fails for U(H) if H is finite dimensional complex Hilbert space.</p>