Mark Driscoll Master'S Thesis

Mark Driscoll Master'S Thesis-28
Sadhra - Investigating dynamical systems using the cell-to-cell mapping.

This thesis begins with a reading of hip-hop culture through its use of media technologies, moves on to a historical examination of the hip-hop mixtape economy, and concludes with an analysis of the “Crank Dat” online dance craze.

Foregrounding expressive deployment of media and communications technologies in hip-hop challenges damaging stereotypes with compelling narratives of young black men driven by a spirit of competition, creativity, and technical innovation.

Hawkes - Mesh Movement Algorithms for Non-linear Fisher-type Equations P. Parry - Construction of Symplectic Runge-Kutta Methods and their Potential for Molecular Dynamics Application. Swain - Numerical Investigations of Vorticity Preserving Lax-Wendroff Type Schemes.

Jelfs - Conjugate Gradients with Rational and Floating Point Arithmetic M. Fletcher - Numerical Approximations to Bouyancy Advection in the Eddy Model. Fulcher - The Finite Element Approximation of the Natural Frequencies of a Circular Drum. Green - A Financial Model and Application of the Semi-Lagrangian Time-Stepping Scheme.

Singh - A comparison of numerical schemes for pricing bond options.

A numerical investigation into the dynamics of the non-linear vibration equation.

Barnes - Reaction-diffusion waves in an isothermal chemical system with a general order of autocatalysis.

Mc Allister - First and second order complex differential equations.

Whitfield - The application of optimal control theory to life cycle strategies.

Woolnough - A numerical model of sediment deposition on saltmarshes. Mac Donald - The numerical solution of free surface/pressurized flow in pipes..


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