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  • Solutions to dilation equations 

    Malone, David (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Mathematics, 2001)
    This thesis aims to explore part of the wonderful world of dilation equations. Dilation equations have a convoluted history, having reared their heads in various mathematical fields. One of the early appearances was in the ...
  • Institutional and empirical essays on regulatory impact assessment 

    Lyons, Seán (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2007)
    This thesis is concerned with institutional arrangements and empirical tools that may be used to assess the impact of regulation on the economy, and thereby improve regulatory policymaking. We start in Chapter 2 with a ...
  • Fourier analysis, multiresolution analysis and dilation equations 

    Malone, David (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Mathematics, 1998)
    This thesis has essentially two parts. The first two chapters are an introduction to the related areas of Fourier analysis, multiresolution analysis and wavelets. Dilation equations arise in the context of multi resolution ...
  • Plant and snail communities in three habitat types in a limestone landscape in the west of Ireland, and the effects of exclusion of large grazing animals 

    Long, Maria P. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2011)
    This thesis documents the plant and snail communities found in woodland, scrub and grassland in the Burren region in the west of Ireland. The flora of the Burren is renowned and has been well ­studied, but the vegetation ...
  • Different patterns of gain and loss in genomic evolution 

    González Knowles, David (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Genetics, 2008)
    Evolutionary forces may act on the genome at different levels, from the change of single nucleotides to the duplication or rearrangement of whole chromosomes. Some of these evolutionary processes can be responsible for ...

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