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YearTitleAuthor
2017Immersed finite element methods for the multi-layer porous wall modelZhang, Huili
1999The implementation of supplier managed inventory programNgan, Kai-tai
2003Index of fit for identifying statistical distributionsLeung, Suk-kuen
2012Integrable Ermakov structure in nonlinear continuum mechanics and opticsAn, Hongli
2015Integrated lot-delivery supplier-buyer inventory model with demand-driven production rate for exponentially deteriorating itemsWong, Wai Him
2013The inverted bivariate and multivariate loss functions : properties and applicationsTsoi, Sze Leong
2015Inverted probability loss functions and its applicationsYau, Ka Ho
2014An investment model with mean-field targetHou, Danlin
2016Large eddy simulation and experimental analysis of a swirl-stabilized flame under preheated and/or stratified conditionsFooladgar, Ehsan
2010Large eddy simulation of buoyancy effects on turbulent premixed combustionWu, Yingyan
2018Learning with centered reproducing kernelsWang, Chendi
2016Linear quadratic mean field games of forward-backward stochastic systemsWang, Shujun
2014Lower-order penalty methods for nonlinear optimization and complementarity problemsTian, Boshi
2017Markowitz's model with intractable liabilitiesHou, Danlin
1999Mathematical modelling for services schedulingLee, Chi-kit Curie
2018Mathematical modelling of the spread of mosquito-borne diseases and childhood infectionsZhao, Shi
2014Mathematical studies on some models arising in chemotaxis and magnetohydrodynamic turbulenceJin, Haiyang
2017Mean-field formulation for multi-period asset-liability mean-variance portfolio selection with cash flowLiu, Wei
2008Model risks in the valuation of equity indexed annuitiesFung, Hon-kwok
2016Modelling and data analysis of the transmission of Avian Influenza, Ebola Virus Disease and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusLin, Qianying