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Cover's Rebalancing Option With Discrete Hindsight Optimization
We study T. Cover’s rebalancing option (Ordentlich and Cover 1998) under discrete hindsight optimization in continuous time. The payoff in question is equal to the final wealth that would have accrued to a $1 deposit into ...
The Land Use Jurisprudence of Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justice Stevens: Two Views on Balancing Public and Private Interests in Property
This three-part article examines the separate and combined legacies of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist and Justice John Paul Stevens in the area of regulatory takings jurisprudence as applied to land use controls. Part ...
The Fairness Dimension of Takings Jurisprudence
This Article will examine the "fairness" dimension of takings jurisprudence from both the macro and micro perspectives. First, it will show why it is fair to generally strike the balance so that most costs must be borne ...
Plastome phylogenomics and characterization of rare genomic changes as taxonomic markers in plastome groups 1 and 2 Poeae (Pooideae; Poaceae)
A phylogenomic analysis of 42 complete plastid genomes (plastomes), including 16 that were newly sequenced, was conducted. Plastomes were sampled from 19 subtribes of Pooideae, to investigate relationships within and between ...
Characterization of the putative polysaccharide synthase CpsA and its effects on the virulence of the human pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus
(PLoS One, 2019-04-26)
The fungus Aspergillus fumigatus is a ubiquitous opportunistic human pathogen capable of causing a life-threatening disease called invasive aspergillosis, or IA, with an associated 40–90% mortality rate in immunocompromised ...