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A methodology for aggregating industries of input-output models, with application to New Zealand interindustry data
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
Aggregation, as it applies to input-output analysis, is the process of grouping industries of an interindustry model into sectors so as to produce an intersectoral model, which is more manageable in that its dimensions are ...
Mathematical modelling of the core regulatory feedback mechanisms of p53 protein that decide cell fate
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Cells defence against stresses that can cause DNA damage (single-strand breaks, double-strand breaks) is crucial in safeguarding the integrity of the genome and the survival of the organism as a whole. One of the genes ...
Dynamic programming applied to animal replacement decisions
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1975)
This study of the economics of animal replacement lies on the border of two well developed areas of knowledge. On the one hand it draws on the theory of animal breeding and on the other on replacement theory. Replacement ...