1995 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
AMS Meeting Program by Special Session
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1995 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Francisco, CA, January 4-7, 1995
Andy R Magid, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
Donovan H Van Osdol, MAA email@example.com
AMS Special Session on Undergraduate Research
Friday January 6, 1995, 7:00 p.m.-10:35 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Undergraduate Research, I
Limits of iterated sequences of H - and S-line graphs.
Ruth A. Britto-Pacumio*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
On k-ordered Hamiltonian graphs.
Lenhard Ng*, Harvard University
Michelle Schultz, Western Michigan University
Isolating resistors in cubic networks.
Todd Hollenbeck*, University of Washington
Outerplanar partitions of planar graphs.
Kiran S. Kedlaya*, Harvard University
Trees are tolerance spheres of influence graphs.
Tara S. Holm*, Dartmouth College
Kenneth P. Bogart, Dartmouth College
Universal destinations in graphs.
Jessica Wachter*, Harvard University
On the forced unilateral orientation number of a graph.
Dana Pascovici*, Dartmouth College
Exact values and bounds for the half-half case of the problem of Zarankiewicz.
Craig Gentry*, Duke University
Digraphs of powers modulo p.
Eli H. Miller*, Moravian College
Geodesics with two self intersections on the puncture torus.
Susan Dziadosz*, University Park, Pennsylvania
Thomas Insel, Urbana, Illinois
Peter S. Wiles, Tacoma, Washington
Homomorphisms of two bridge knot groups onto special linear groups.
Tara E. Brendle*, Haverford College
Saturday January 7, 1995, 7:40 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Undergraduate Research, II
Approximation of a given matrix by a matrix from an interesting set.
Ilya Gluhovsky*, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Quadratic transformations and the separation problem.
Philip H. Bradley*, Rice University
Classification of absolutely isolated double points on surfaces.
Jason Starr*, University of California, Berkeley
Mikhail Konikov, University of Maryland, College Park
Sergey Levin, Harvard University
Some special cases of the separation problem.
Matthew W. Cushman*, Carnegie Mellon University
A theorem on the fundamental functors over Abelian groups.
Vincent T. Frisina*, Allegheny College
Abelain quotients of Artin groups.
Laura McKinney*, Bryn Mawr College
John Meier, Lafayette College
Katharine G. Schnare, Smith College
Charateristics of geometric invariants of graph groups.
Laura McKinney, Bryn Mawr College
Katharine G. Schnare*, Smith College
Conjugacy classes of triple products in finite groups.
Kevin R. Hutson, Hendrix College
Emily Salvo*, Villanova University
Distinct products of triples in finite groups.
Curtis Mitchell*, Carleton College
Square roots of finite groups.
Matthew Devos*, Carnegie Mellon
David L. McAdams, Harvard University
Rebecca L. Rapoport, Harvard University
Finding the closest normal matrix to a given matrix.
Richard F. Mohr*, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Saturday January 7, 1995, 1:00 p.m.-6:35 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Undergraduate Research, III
Sliding piece puzzles on surfaces.
James Robson Eby*, Abilene Christian University
Arthur Dobelis, Harvard University
Michael Finegold, Princeton University
A study of convexification of Levi-pseudoconvex domains.
Mark Nowakowski*, Harvard University
Self-similar measures with overlaps.
Alan Ho*, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Finite sums of multiplicative transformations on C([a,b]).
Christopher Koller, Brigham Young University
Rebecca Louise Rust*, Ohio Northern University
Double soap bubbles on the surface of the sphere.
Joseph Masters*, University of Texas, Austin
Fixed points and the Nielsen number for self-maps on the double torus.
Owen Davey, Binghamton University
Kathryn Trapp*, Princeton University
Factorization in K (x^2,x^n).
Carla Scherpenisse*, Hope College
Hyperbolic 3-orbifolds with two generators.
Edward Welsh*, Williams College
Rooks, vertex degrees and bipartite graphs.
Ben Lamorte*, University of California, Davis
Palindromes in random letter generation.
Debashis Ghosh*, Rice University
Threshold functions and bounds for the bipartite Turan numbers.
Erik Jonathan Sandquist*, Cornell University, Ithaca
Improved bounds for the reliability of d-dimensional consecutive k-out-of-n systems.
Jessica Sklar*, Swarthmore College
Vector difference arrays.
Laura Peterson*, Drake University
Estimation of bias for the measures of overlap for the Pareto distributions.
Takeshi Fukasawa*, University of South Alabama
Madhuri Mulekar, University of South Alabama
Equilibrium of a radially symmetric strongly inhomogeneous plate under tension and a load.
Angel R. Pineda*, Lafayette College
Sufficient conditions for global stability in population models.
Nancy Heinschel*, University of California, Davis
Randomly C_4-packable graphs.
Dean Chung*, Harvard University