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Current Graduate Research at the International Graduate School at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford. Full information on how to apply for our research degree programmes: Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil), and Master of
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Optimal transport and Choquet theory, Ciosmak, K., submitted,.
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nbsp; &lt;/font&gt; &amp;nbsp;. Relativity Seminar. 15 May 2007. 14:15. Yvonne Choquet Bruhat. ... Abstract. Relativity Seminar. 15 May 2007. 12:00. Yvonne Choquet Bruhat.
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DOI: 10.1016/j.matdes.2018.03.036). Panwisawas, C., Sovani, Y., Turner, R.P., Brooks, J.W., Basoalto, H.C., Choquet, I.
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They show that this problem has deep connections to the Rado-Kneser-Choquet Theorem for holomorphic functions of the complex variables, and how structures such as Antoine&#39;s necklace create additional
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Abstract. Combinatorial Theory Seminar. 15 May 2007. 14:15. Yvonne Choquet Bruhat. ... Special Seminar. 15 May 2007. 12:00. Yvonne Choquet Bruhat.
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Abstract. A well-known theorem of Choquet-Bruhat and Geroch states that for given smooth initial data for the Einstein equations there exists a unique maximal globally hyperbolic development.
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Choquet-Bruhat (1952), the initial boundary value problem for the Einstein equations still lacks a comprehensive treatment.
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br /&gt;&amp;gt; However, this allows us to recover the recent rough&#39;&#39; CMC existence &lt;br /&gt;&amp;gt; results of Choquet-Bruhat&lt;br /&gt;&amp;gt; (2004) and of Maxwell (2004-2006) as two distinct limiting
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Abstract. A well-known theorem of Choquet-Bruhat and Geroch states that for given smooth initial data for the Einstein equations there exists a unique maximal globally hyperbolic development.
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