Mathematics Department faculty includes both theoretical and applied researchers in areas which include but are not limited to: topology, climate change, mathematical modeling, data analysis, fluid dynamics, number theory, operator theory, geometric group theory, and pedagogical issues in high school mathematics.

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#### Submissions from 2002

Sheaf Cohomology of Conscious Entity, Goro Kato

Category Theory and Consciousness, Goro Kato and Daniele C. Struppa

#### Submissions from 2001

Whose limit is it anyway?, Joseph E. Borzellino

Large Sets of Zero Analytic Capacity, John Garnett and Stan T. Yoshinobu

A Sequential Search Distribution: Proofreading, Russian Roulette, and the Incomplete q-Eulerian Polynomials, Travis Herbranson and Don Rawlings

Sequential Searches: Proofreading, Russian Roulette, and the Incomplete q-Eulerian Polynomials Revisited, Don Rawlings

Back to Classics: Teaching Limits Through Infinitesimals, Todor D. Todorov

#### Submissions from 2000

On the Baroclinic Instability of Axisymmetric Rotating Gravity Currents With Bottom Slope, Paul F. Choboter and Gordone E. Swaters

Modelling The Dynamics Of Abyssal Equator-Crossing Currents, P. F. Choboter and G. E. Swaters

Singularly Perturbed Control Systems Using Non-commutative Computer Algebra, J. W. Helton, F. Dell Kronewitter, W. M. McEneaney, and Mark Stankus

Restricted Words by Adjacencies, Don Rawlings

The Poisson Variation of Montmort's Matching Problem, Don Rawlings

Nonstandard Analysis in Topology: Nonstandard and Standard Compactifications, S. Salbany and Todor D. Todorov

#### Submissions from 1999

Noncommutative Computer Algebra in the Control of Singularly Perturbed Dynamical Systems, J. W. Helton, F. Dell Kronewitter, and Mark Stankus

Computer Assistance for "Discovering'' Formulas in System Engineering and Operator Theory, J. W. Helton and Mark Stankus

A Sheaf Theoretic Approach to Consciousness, Goro Kato and Daniele C. Struppa

#### Submissions from 1998

Classification of Hereditary Matrices, Jim Agler, J. W. Helton, and Mark Stankus

Computer Simplification of Formulas in Linear Systems Theory, J. W. Helton, Mark Stankus, and John J. Wavrik

An Embedding of Schwartz Distributions in the Algebra of Asymptotic Functions, Michael Oberguggenberger and Todor D. Todorov

A Probabilistic Approach to Some of Euler's Number Theoretic Identities, Don Rawlings

#### Submissions from 1997

Magneto-Optic Trapping of β-Decaying 38Km, 37K From an On-Line Isotope Separator, J. A. Behr; A. Gorelov; T. Swanson; O. Hausser; K. P. Jackson; M. Trinczek; U. Giesen; J. M. D'Auria; R. Hardy; T. Wilson; P. Choboter; F, Leblond; L. Buchmann; M. Dombsky; C. D.P. Levy; G. Roy; B. A. Brown; and J. Dilling

Orbifolds with Lower Ricci Curvature Bounds, Joseph E. Borzellino

Absorption Processes: Models for q-Identities, Don Rawlings

A Generalized Mahonian Statistic on Absorption Ring Mappings, Don Rawlings

#### Submissions from 1996

m-Isometric Transformations of Hilbert Space, III, Jim Alger and Mark Stankus