1991 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
AMS Meeting Program by Special Session
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1991 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Francisco, CA, January 16-19, 1991
Andy R Magid, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenneth A Ross, MAA email@example.com
AMS-MAA Special Session on Research Papers by Undergraduates
Friday January 18, 1991, 12:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Research Papers by Undergraduates, I
Bootstrapping in principal component analysis.
Laura K. Gross*, Yale University
Vivek K. Goyal, State University of Iowa
Marcel R. Grenier, Eastern Connecticut State University
S. Jane Henley, Mount Holyoke College
Janice Gifford, Mount Holyoke College
Exceptional lines and curvature of algebraic surfaces in C^3.
Chrissie Beaber, Mount Holyoke College
Eileen Cheng, Mount Holyoke College
Brendan Hassett*, Yale University
Gwen Lloyd, Bryn Mawr College
Donal O'Shea, Mount Holyoke College
Rebecca Runnels, College of the Holy Cross
Some facts about CWAT-sets.
Martin Wattenberg*, Brown University
Splitting of the characteristic polynomial of certain structured matrices, and information requirements for the determination of the inverse of an n x n persymmetric matrix.
Samuel Ferguson*, Brigham Young University
Charles R. Johnson, College of William and Mary
Tamir Shalom, Columbia University
Reliability of consecutive systems.
Hope McIlwain*, Furman University
Douglas Shier, College of William and Mary
David Moews*, University of California, Berkeley
Existence, uniqueness and connectivity of sets generated by finite and infinite iterated function systems.
Stephanie Wukovitz*, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Saturday January 19, 1991, 7:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Research Papers by Undergraduates, II
Cusp densities, commensurability, and arithmetic hyperbolic three-manifolds.
Timothy D. Comar*, Brown University
Almost alternating links.
Jeffrey F. Brock*, Yale University
Timothy D. Comar, Brown University
Colin C. Adams, Williams College
John Bugbee, Williams College
Keith A. Faigin, Williams College
Amy M. Huston, Williams College
Anne M. Joseph, Williams College
David Pesikoff, Williams College
An upper bound for rewritability in finite groups.
Jordan Ellenberg*, Harvard University
Maximal order three-rewriteable subgroups of symmetric groups.
John T. O'Bryan*, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Direct complements of invariant Langrangian subspaces.
Jonathan E. Rubin*, College of William and Mary
Certain isometries on Rn.
Stanley S. Chang*, University of California, Berkeley
Chi-Kwong Li, College of William and Mary
Saturday January 19, 1991, 12:00 p.m.-4:20 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Research Papers by Undergraduates, III
Computing Fibonacci numbers rapidly.
Brendan J. Babb*, Oregon State University
Coordinate-free generalizations of the Gershgorin Circle Theorem.
Andrew H. Kresch*, Yale University
Jill R. Kelly, Yale University
Lily Khadjavi, Harvard University
Keith M. Slonski, Gettysburg College
Irene Thomas, Mount Holyoke College
Convergence problems for finite sets of matrices.
Jos\'e Miguel Urbano*, University of Coimbra, Portugal
When the sum of the cubes is the square of the sum.
Jerald Bope, Williams College
Joel Foisy, Williams College
Shea Friedland, Williams College
Maura Gallagher, Williams College
Deidre D. Goodwin*, Willliams College
Jennifer Gyori, Williams College
Thomas Tucker, Williams College
The number of residues in the Fibonacci sequence modulo P.
Heather M. Johnston*, University of Chicago
Critical points of real polynomials in two variables.
Alan Durfee, Mount Holyoke College
Jeff Roy*, Harvard University
Nathan Kronenfeld, Harvard University
Heidi Munson, St. Olaf College
Ina Westby, Saint Olaf College
Distances forbidden by some two-coloring of Q^2.
Dave Witte, Williams College
Michael Reid*, University of California, Berkeley
Douglas S. Jungreis, University of California, Berkeley
Characterization of the Shapley-Shubik and Banzhaf power indices with transfer and fairness axioms.
Cheng-Jih Chen*, Columbia University
David Housman, Drew University
The classification of minimal non-prime-power order groups.
David P. Moulton*, University of California, Berkeley
Joseph A. Gallian, University of Minnesota, Duluth