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Application of GARCH to Model the KESIUS$ Foreign Exchange Rates Returns
(150313)The USA dollar (US$) is the most prominent currency around the world for transactions and also as foreign reserves for many Central Banks, for example in 2006, Central Bank of Kenya had 52% of its foreign reserves in US ... 
Application Of Sperner’s Lemma In Fair Division
(230613)In this paper, we describe the approximate envyfree division using a mathematical technique from "game theory"; with help of Sperner’s lemma. The examples of land distribution in families and other heterogeneous resources ... 
Aquatic Resources Sector
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 1998) 
An assessment of the potential benefits of seasonal rainfall prediction in relation to hydroelectric power generation in Kenya
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 2001) 
Assessment of the potential impact of climate change on fisheries in Lake Victoria using the predictor rule
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics, 2004) 
Boundary element solution of the transonic integral equation
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 1987) 
Boundary element solution of the transonic integrodifferential equation involving a decay function
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 1987) 
Case Study 2: Identification of Elite Ankole Cattle in a Herd Monitoring Study in Uganda
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 2007) 
Choosing the decay function in the transonic integral equation
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 1983) 
Climate change 2001, the scientific basis, chap. 8: model evaluation. Contribution of Working Group I to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 2001) 
Climate models—evaluation
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics., 2001) 
A COMPARISON OF THE CLASSICAL BLACKSCHOLES MODEL AND THE GARCH OPTION PRICING MODEL FOR CURRENCY OPTIONS
(Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science; Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & TechnologySchool of Mathematics, University of Nairobi, 2008)This paper looks at the consequences of introducing heteroscedasticity in option pricing. The analysis shows that introducing heteroscedasticity results in a better fitting of the empirical distribution of foreign exchange ... 
Curvature tensors and their relativistic significance (II)
(1970)In this paper we have defined the curvature tensors and their properties are studied. 
Curvature tensors' and their relativistic significance
(1970)In this paper we have defined the Curvature tensor and elaborated its various physical and geometric properties. 
Duality, Forecasting and Selection of Autoregressive Moving Average Models
(University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics, 2002)Based on both duality in time between time series processes and lag transformation, we define duality in causality, invertibility for mixed Autoregressive moving average ARMA(p,q) models. We construct expressions, in ... 
Eastern Africa Universities Mathematics program (EAUMPNetwork Origin, Operation, Achievements the Future and Challenges.
(University of Nairobi, 2012) 
Electromagnetic Tensor Field Of First And Second Class
(230613)The author and R.S. Mishra established the identities in Nijenhuis tensor for first, second and third class of electromagnetic tensor fields. The identities for first class were non zero. In this paper I have obtained the ... 
Epidemic Potential for Malaria in Epidemiological Zones in Kenya
(University of Nairobi, 2012)Malaria is a vectorborne disease which annually results in over one million deaths and five hundred million clinical episodes, most of which occur in subSahara Africa. Since the disease is influenced by climate factors, ... 
Estimation of Fertility Levels and Differentials in Kenya: An Application of CoalaTrussell and Gompertz Re¬ lational Models
(University of NairobiCollege of Biological Sciences, 2000)