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The representations of cyclotomic BMW algebras
Mei Si

Operator Ideal membership of Quantised derivatives, Part II
Edward McDonald

Metric Diophantine approximation: well approximable theory on manifolds
Mumtaz Hussain

On the Application of Partial Differential Equations and Fractional Partial Differential Equations to Images and Their Methods of Solution.
Dr. Byron Jacobs

Importance sampling simulation of queues with time-varying rates
Assoc/Prof Ad Ridder

Questions regarding Sidon sets and additive bases
Ana Zumalacarregui Perez

The Effects of Largest Claims and Excess of Loss Reinsurance on a Company's Ruin Time and Valuation
Prof Ross Maller

Ranked Set Sampling (RSS) versus Simple Random Sampling (SRS) in the Estimation of the population Mean
Dr Ganes Ganesalingam

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23-year-old BSc (Mathematics)/BEngineering student Varun Nayyar opens up about his transition from medicine to his current degree, his recent student exchange in California, his Faculty Research Scholarship, and his master plan for the future.

What happens when you bounce a ball on a table which is moving up and down? What if the ball has a hard side and a soft side? Analysis of the equations describing the motion of the ball and the table show that the resulting system can be chaotic, with very small changes to the initial conditions leading to quite different behaviour over time.

Many real-world processes are chaotic: this is why weather forecasting is so difficult! Researchers at UNSW use mathematics and computer simulations to gain a better understanding of chaotic systems.

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