Conclusion The final part of the thesis is a conclusion.
Here, you approve that the objectives of your research have been completed, give a summary of your results, formulate the most critical statement, make predictions about the consequences of the investigation.
Commonly, a structure for thesis consists of a title page, an abstract, an introduction, a literature review, the methods, results and discussion, conclusions, and references.
On the whole, the function of the structure is to explain the aim and objectives of the research.
Department of Statistical Sciences University of Toronto St George office: Stewart Building, Room 410A Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences University of Toronto Scarborough UTSC office: Instructional Centre, Room 345 E-mail: tkl.wong"at"I am an assistant professor at the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough and the Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Toronto.
I received my Ph D in mathematics from University of Washington in 2016 under the supervison of Soumik Pal.Before coming to Toronto in July 2018, I was a non-tenure track assistant professor in financial mathematics at the Department of Mathematics, University of Southern California.Research interests: Mathematical finance, probability, optimal transport, information geometry, and their applications.Combinations of steering behaviors can be used to achieve higher level goals (For example: get from here to there while avoiding obstacles, follow this corridor, join that group of characters…) This paper divides motion behavior into three levels.It will focus on the middle level of steering behaviors, briefly describe the lower level of locomotion, and touch lightly on the higher level of goal setting and strategy. At USC (2016-2018): Calculus I, Introduction to Statistics, Mathematical Finance II, Computational Finance, Ph D topic course on optimal transport and information geometry (lecture notes available upon request).2019: Economics Meets the Mathematical Sciences, Fields Institute; AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Connecticut Hartford; SIAM Conference on Financial Mathematics & Engineering, Fields Institude; CAIMS 2019, Whistler; Third International Congress on Actuarial Science and Quantitative Finance, Manizales; 4th Conference on Geometric Sciences of Information, ENAC (forthcoming); Eastern Conference in Mathematical Finance, Boston University (forthcoming).Introduction This part of a thesis is an extended version of the abstract: it comprises the topic along with the aim of your work, its scope, and importance.The introduction has a short review of the paper, the reasons for investigating and writing such a specific topic.Title Page On a title page, you write the heading of your paper, your name and surname, the educational establishment you study in, the department, research mentors, and the date of delivery.Abstract A 300-400 word abstract explains the significance of a paper, gives a short but detailed description of data, methods you used in research, and the achieved results.