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  • Expanding the use of spatial models in statistical ecology 

    Seaton, Andrew Ernest (University of St Andrews, 2022-06-14) - Thesis
    This thesis is focused on expanding the use of spatial modelling approaches for applications in ecology. Spatial ecology is about understanding the processes that give rise to spatial patterns in ecological data. In addition ...
  • Modern computational methods for finitely presented monoids 

    Tsalakou, Maria (2024-06-11) - Thesis
    In this thesis we are mainly interested in the development of practical algorithms for semigroups and monoids defined by finite presentations. Although in general nearly every problem about finitely presented semigroups ...
  • Combinatorial algorithms in semigroups 

    Smith, Finlay Laughlan (University of St Andrews, 2022-06-14) - Thesis
    Computational semigroup theory is concerned with developing and implementing algorithms for determining properties of semigroups. The problems in computational semigroup theory can often be divided into sub-problems in ...
  • Construction and comparison of semi-Latin rectangles 

    Uto, Nseobong Peter (University of St Andrews, 2021-06-29) - Thesis
    This work is concerned with semi-Latin rectangles (SLRs). These designs are row-column designs with nice combinatorial properties; and were introduced in Bailey and Monod (2001). They generalize the Latin squares (LSs) and ...
  • Finiteness conditions on semigroups relating to their actions and one-sided congruences 

    Miller, Craig (University of St Andrews, 2020-12-01) - Thesis
    The purpose of this thesis is threefold: firstly, to develop a systematic theory of presentations of monoid acts; secondly, to study finiteness conditions on semigroups relating to finite generation of one-sided congruences; ...

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