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Research, Publications, and Presentations

Highlighting the latest in research from Mathworks! 

Below are articles, published papers, and presentations authored by Mathworks faculty and students.  This includes topics on theoretical mathematics and mathematics education.

Mathematics Education 

 

 

Math Research

  1. Lily Xu, Soma Mitra-Behura, Brandon Alston, and Shuying Sun: "Identifying DNA Methylation Variation Patterns To Obtain Potential Breast Cancer Biomarker Genes," International Journal Of Biomedical Data Mining, 2015.
  2. Vinciane Chen, Angeline Rao, Lucas Rusnak, Alex Yang: "A characterization of oriented hypergraphic balance via signed weak walks," Linear Algebra and its Applications, Volume 285, 15 November 2015.
  3. Edward Early, Patrick Kim, and Michael Proulx: "Goldbach's Pigeonhole", The College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 46, No. 2, March 2015
  4. Angeline Rao, Ying Liu, Yezhou Feng, Jian Shen: "Bounds on the Number of Huffman and Binary-Ternary Trees", presented at the American Math Society Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting, October 2013
  5. Daniel Wang, George Qi: "Attainability of the Chromatic Numbers of Functigraphs", presented at the International Symposium on Pervasive Systems, Algorithms, and Networks (ISPAN), December 2012
  6. Joseph Lee, Elysia Sheu, Xingde Jia: "Extremal Cayley Graphs of Finite Cyclic Groups", Journal of Interconnection Networks, March/June 2008.
  7. Hannah Chung, Daniela Ferrero, Alan Taylor, Jeremy Warshauer: "Diameter of Path Graphs", Journal of Discrete Mathematical Science and Cryptography, 2004
  8. Janet Chen, Susan Morey, Anne Sung: "The Stable Set of Associated Primes of the Ideal of a Graph," Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, 2002
  9. Max Warshauer: "Conway's Parallel Sorting Algorithm" from the Journal of Algorithms, 1986

We have also numerous student research projects that have been recognized in the Siemens Competition.  A full list of those research papers can be found here.

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