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New Examples Of Self-Dual Near-Extremal Ternary Codes Of Length 48 Derived From 2-(47,23,11) Designs, Sanja Rukavina, Vladimir Tonchev 2024 Faculty of Mathematics, University of Rijeka

New Examples Of Self-Dual Near-Extremal Ternary Codes Of Length 48 Derived From 2-(47,23,11) Designs, Sanja Rukavina, Vladimir Tonchev

Michigan Tech Publications, Part 2

In a recent paper (Araya and Harada, 2023), Araya and Harada gave examples of self-dual near-extremal ternary codes of length 48 for 145 distinct values of the number A12 of codewords of minimum weight 12, and raised the question about the existence of codes for other values of A12. In this note, we use symmetric 2-(47,23,11) designs with an automorphism group of order 6 to construct self-dual near-extremal ternary codes of length 48 for 150 new values of A12.


Applications Of Survival Estimation Under Stochastic Order To Cancer: The Three Sample Problem, Sage Vantine 2024 St. Mary's University

Applications Of Survival Estimation Under Stochastic Order To Cancer: The Three Sample Problem, Sage Vantine

Honors Program Theses and Research Projects

Stochastic ordering of probability distributions holds various practical applications. However, in real-world scenarios, the empirical survival functions extracted from actual data often fail to meet the requirements of stochastic ordering. Consequently, we must devise methods to estimate these distribution curves in order to satisfy the constraint. In practical applications, such as the investigation of the time of death or the progression of diseases like cancer, we frequently observe that patients with one condition are expected to exhibit a higher likelihood of survival at all time points compared to those with a different condition. Nevertheless, when we attempt to fit a …


A Characterization Of The Operator Entropy In Terms Of An Isometry Property Related To Trace Norms, Ryo Inayoshi 2024 Meijo University, Tenpaku, Nagoya 468- 8502, Japan

A Characterization Of The Operator Entropy In Terms Of An Isometry Property Related To Trace Norms, Ryo Inayoshi

Journal of Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Optimizing Buying Strategies In Dominion, Nikolas A. Koutroulakis 2024 Georgia Southern University

Optimizing Buying Strategies In Dominion, Nikolas A. Koutroulakis

Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal

Dominion is a deck-building card game that simulates competing lords growing their kingdoms. Here we wish to optimize a strategy called Big Money by modeling the game as a Markov chain and utilizing the associated transition matrices to simulate the game. We provide additional analysis of a variation on this strategy known as Big Money Terminal Draw. Our results show that player's should prioritize buying provinces over improving their deck. Furthermore, we derive heuristics to guide a player's decision making for a Big Money Terminal Draw Deck. In particular, we show that buying a second Smithy is always more optimal …


Pseudo-Differential Operators On The Circle, Bernoulli Polynomials, Roger Gay, Ahmed Sebbar 2024 University Bordeaux

Pseudo-Differential Operators On The Circle, Bernoulli Polynomials, Roger Gay, Ahmed Sebbar

Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research

We show how the classical polylogarithm function Lis (z) and its relatives, the Hurwitz zeta function and the Lerch function are all of a spectral nature, and can explain many properties of the complex powers of the Laplacian on the circle and of the distribution (x +i0)s .We also make a relation with a result of Keiper [Fractional Calculus and its relationship to Riemann’s zeta function, Master of Science, Ohio State University, Mathematics (1975)].


An Icosahedron For Two: A Many-Sided Look At Making A Duet, Colleen T. Wahl 2024 Alfred University

An Icosahedron For Two: A Many-Sided Look At Making A Duet, Colleen T. Wahl

LASER Journal

The space around our bodies is not empty or neutral. In fact, the space around our bodies is loaded with meaning and important. When we move through it, whether it be in our daily lives or a choreographer making specific choices in order to convey a message, we activate new understandings in our lives. As a dancer and choreographer, I created a duet from improvisational climbs on an icosahedron. This article discusses choreographing from the form icosahedron and connects Laban's theories of space harmony with the activation of meaning in my life.


Two Non–*–Isomorphic *–Lie Algebra Structures On Sl(2,R) And Their Physical Origins, Luigi Accardi, Irina Ya. Arefʹeva, Yungang Lu, Igorʹ Vasilʹevich Volovich 2024 Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Roma I-00133, Italy

Two Non–*–Isomorphic *–Lie Algebra Structures On Sl(2,R) And Their Physical Origins, Luigi Accardi, Irina Ya. ArefʹEva, Yungang Lu, Igorʹ VasilʹEvich Volovich

Journal of Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Session 8: Machine Learning Based Behavior Of Non-Opec Global Supply In Crude Oil Price Determinism, Mofe Jeje 2024 North Dakota State University

Session 8: Machine Learning Based Behavior Of Non-Opec Global Supply In Crude Oil Price Determinism, Mofe Jeje

SDSU Data Science Symposium

Abstract

While studies on global oil price variability, occasioned by OPEC crude oil supply, is well documented in energy literature; the impact assessment of non-OPEC global oil supply on price variability, on the other hand, has not received commensurate attention. Given this gap, the primary objective of this study, therefore, is to estimate the magnitude of oil price determinism that is explained by the share of non-OPEC’s global crude oil supply. Using secondary sources of data collection method, data for target variable will be collected from the US Federal Reserve, as it relates to annual crude oil price variability, while …


A Causal Inference Approach For Spike Train Interactions, Zach Saccomano 2024 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

A Causal Inference Approach For Spike Train Interactions, Zach Saccomano

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Since the 1960s, neuroscientists have worked on the problem of estimating synaptic properties, such as connectivity and strength, from simultaneously recorded spike trains. Recent years have seen renewed interest in the problem coinciding with rapid advances in experimental technologies, including an approximate exponential increase in the number of neurons that can be recorded in parallel and perturbation techniques such as optogenetics that can be used to calibrate and validate causal hypotheses about functional connectivity. This thesis presents a mathematical examination of synaptic inference from two perspectives: (1) using in vivo data and biophysical models, we ask in what cases the …


Modifed Playfair For Text File Encryption And Meticulous Decryption With Arbitrary Fillers By Septenary Quadrate Pattern, N. Sugirtham, R. Sherine Jenny, B. Thiyaneswaran, S. Kumarganesh, C. Venkatesan, K. Martin Sagayam, Lam Dang, Linh DInh, Helen Dang 2024 Molloy University

Modifed Playfair For Text File Encryption And Meticulous Decryption With Arbitrary Fillers By Septenary Quadrate Pattern, N. Sugirtham, R. Sherine Jenny, B. Thiyaneswaran, S. Kumarganesh, C. Venkatesan, K. Martin Sagayam, Lam Dang, Linh Dinh, Helen Dang

Faculty Publications: Mathematics and Computer Studies

Cryptography secures data and serves to ensure the confidentiality of records. Playfair is a cryptographic symmetrical algorithm that encrypts statistics based on key costs. This secret is shared with an authorized person to retrieve data. In the conventional pattern, there is an area complexity and deficiency in letters, numbers, and special characters. This hassle has been overcome in previous studies by editing pattern dimensions. The fillers used throughout the enciphering were not eliminated during the retrieval process, which resulted in the indiscrimination of the retrieved statistics. The proposed method uses a separate quadrate pattern that strengthens the Playfair cipher and …


New Effective Transformational Computational Methods, Jun Zhang, Ruzong Fan, Fangyang Shen, Junyi Tu 2024 University of Maryland Eastern Shore

New Effective Transformational Computational Methods, Jun Zhang, Ruzong Fan, Fangyang Shen, Junyi Tu

Publications and Research

Mathematics serves as a fundamental intelligent theoretic basis for computation, and mathematical analysis is very useful to develop computational methods to solve various problems in science and engineering. Integral transforms such as Laplace Transform have been playing an important role in computational methods. In this paper, we will introduce Sumudu Transform in a new computational approach, in which effective computational methods will be developed and implemented. Such computational methods are straightforward to understand, but powerful to incorporate into computational science to solve different problems automatically. We will provide computational analysis and essentiality by surveying and summarizing some related recent works, …


Automorphisms: New Cars For 2024, Jane P. Sheldon 2024 University of Michigan-Dearborn

Automorphisms: New Cars For 2024, Jane P. Sheldon

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This review of new cars for 2024 demonstrates total variation.


Mathematical Relationships, David Sheskin 2024 Western Connecticut State University

Mathematical Relationships, David Sheskin

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

A digital collage depicting the mathematics of interpersonal relationships.


Hypatia's Math: A Play, Daniel S. Helman 2024 Wofford College

Hypatia's Math: A Play, Daniel S. Helman

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

Hypatia of Alexandria was the most famous woman mathematician of antiquity, and her story is as relevant now as it was in her day. This play tells her story. While the events in the play are based closely on extant historical texts, inspiring excerpts from classical works by Porphyry, Plotinus, Aristotle and Plato are woven into the action to further the plot and add to the classical mood. Dance and music, including an Homeric hymn, add to the artistic texture.


Persistence: A Romance In Many Dimensions, Tony Bedenikovic 2024 Bradley University

Persistence: A Romance In Many Dimensions, Tony Bedenikovic

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This is a short poem which is inspired by Edwin Abbott's Flatland. The poem follows the narrator through a typical day with a focus on the individual's persistence in the face of nature's brawn and magnitude.


The Free Numbers, Jessica Greenbaum 2024 n/a

The Free Numbers, Jessica Greenbaum

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

No abstract provided.


The Point At Infinity, Josh Hiller 2024 Adelphi University

The Point At Infinity, Josh Hiller

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

A poem about the longing for parallel lines to meet.


Pied Beauty, Pamela Vale 2024 Rhodes University

Pied Beauty, Pamela Vale

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This is a shape poem about the beauty of mathematics formed with the lines containing the number of words corresponding to the digits in pi (to 26 places).


The Conviction Of Miss Prediction, Dane C. Joseph 2024 George Fox University

The Conviction Of Miss Prediction, Dane C. Joseph

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

Miss Prediction is questioned in a court of law over her involvement in the mischaracterization of linear models when they were inappropriate.


Variations On A Meme: Thoughts And Responses To Isaac Elishakoff’S “Differential Equations Of Love And Love Of Differential Equations", Jonathan Kinsman 2024 Yuba Gardens Intermediate School

Variations On A Meme: Thoughts And Responses To Isaac Elishakoff’S “Differential Equations Of Love And Love Of Differential Equations", Jonathan Kinsman

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This folder contains reflections and three poems written in response to Isaac Elishakoff’s JHM article “Differential Equations of Love and Love of Differential Equations" (July 2019).


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