Harnischfeger CorporationFinancial Statement Analysis and Business Valuation Group No: 1 Members Deepanker Agarwal Divya Sethi Neha Shandilya Parikshit Jain Sushan Rungta Varun Sharma 08EM-014 08EM-016 08EM-023 08EM-028 08EM-048 08EM-051 Contents 1. Accounting policy changes that Harnischfeger had made during 1984 and the effect of .......................
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These are ideas that various faculty members have suggested for thesis topics over the years. The list is by no means exhaustive. If you a potential advisor in mind, that person may well have other ideas. Or you may even have your own idea for a project. We encourage this route as well, but please be aware that this will put some additional responsibility on you to identify sources.1. Inversive GeometryThe geometry of the plane in which figures are equivalent when one is the "inverse" of another with respect to a fixed circle has a long history. It is an interesting non-Euclidean geometry in its own right, a link with classical projective geometry and the mechanism for proof of many otherwise difficult Euclidean theorems including Feuerbach's Theorem on the 9-point circle.For further information, see Bruce Peterson.1. The Four Color TheoremFor many years, perhaps the most famous unsolved problem in mathematics asked whether every possible map on the surface of a sphere could be colored in such a way that any two adjacent countries were distinguishable using only four colors. It is easy to produce maps requiring at least four colors, but the proof that four colors are always sufficient did not appear until 1976. Topics for a thesis would include the history of the problem, including the mistakes made in early "proofs", extension of the problem to more complicated surfaces (what for instance happens if the maps are drawn on the surface of an inner tube?), and an explication of the final correct proof. The proof itself marks a milestone in mathematics in that it is readily understandable, but impossible to check because it involves computer verification of an enormous number of special cases. That is, anyone can check any individual step, but no one can check them all. The thesis would not involve computer work.Reference: Sandy Hunt, "The Four Color Theorem," Senior Thesis, 1987.Jennifer Paris, "The Four Color Problem," Senior Thesis, 1991.For additional information, see Bruce Peterson.2. Additive Number TheoryWe know a good deal about the multiplicative properties of the integers -- for example, every integer has a unique prime decomposition. Less is known about how to decompose integers additively. For instance, in how many ways can we write an integer as the sum of two squares? of four squares? How many ways can we write the number 1 as the sum of three cubes. Is every number the sum of two primes (Goldbach's conjecture).
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Message from the ChairThe Department of Pharmacology at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center is a dedicated group of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and supporting staff who are fully committed to advancing fundamental knowledge in the biomedical sciences and to providing high quality research, training, teaching, and service to society. Researchers in our department apply the theory and methods of Pharmacology and associated disciplines to identify the pathophysiological basis of diseases and to discover new therapeutic approaches. Our primary faculty and researchers are recognized leaders in international and national scientific societies, including the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, British Pharmacological Society, Canadian Society of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, German Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, The College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Southern Society of Clinical Investigation, Research Society on Alcoholism, International Behavioral and Neural Genetics Society, Molecular and Cellular Cognition Society, Society for Neuroscience, Society for Social Neuroscience, American Association for Cancer Research (), American Heart Association, American Physiological Society, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biophysical Society, and The National Lipid Association.
I. Groups of Research MethodsThere are two main groups of research methods in the social sciences:The empirical-analytical groupapproaches the study of social sciences in a similar manner that researchers study the natural sciences. This type of research focuses on objective knowledge, research questions that can be answered yes or no, and operational definitions of variables to be measured.
In this post, I provide LaTeX templates for figures, tables, and equations by sharing contents from a few chapters of my Ph.D. thesis.Template for a figure, group of figures, figures using subfloat, tables, and equations are provided below! At graduation – with my PhD family.
Share on TwitterShare on LinkedinBy Dady CheryHaiti CheryEnslavement by the Enlightened in Revolutionary TimesIn 1789, the year of the French Revolution, Saint Domingue, now Haiti, was the world’s richest colony. The source of this wealth was the exploitation of half a million black slaves who furnished the labor for the sugar, indigo, cotton, cocoa, coffee, and tobacco extracted from over 2,000 plantations.In principle, a series of royal edicts called the code noir, or slave code, regulated the conduct of the white slave owners in France’s colonies. The code noir sanctioned corporal punishment, among other things, but in practice even this code’s few admonitions to feed, clothe, and refrain from raping one’s slaves went unenforced, and the plantation owners did as they wished.