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If you need a specific person's PhD thesis, kindly ask them directly for it by email or request a copy via your local library's resources. The Stack Exchange is intended to be a repository for general Q & A, not for uploading dissertations/theses.


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Please, follow nicoguaro's advice on improving a bit of clarity on this question, particularly with notation. This question is certainly on-topic and of great interest (see voting) for the Computational Science SE. It probably could be answered, it depends on whether someone with this experience is going to see it. Some people don't come here every day, so I ...


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