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    • The Impact of Graph Density and Infection Probability on Disease Spread in Temporal Networks 

      Northrup, Catherine (2017-05-31)
      Epidemiological processes, such as the spread of a disease through a population, can be represented in a simple way by applying SI dynamics to temporal networks. The spreading behavior is observed by running simulations ...
    • Mathematical Representation of the Chlorine Dioxide-Iodine-Malonic Acid Reaction 

      Rutter, Elisabeth (2017-05-31)
      Mathematics is frequently used in chemistry to solve several different types of problems including thermodynamics, stoichiometry, and analyzing experimental data. However, there are more interesting ways to link these two ...
    • On The Non-kth Elements of a Group 

      Grimes, Brett (2017)
      In Abstract Algebra, raising an element to a certain power can provide insight on various properties of both the element itself and the group it is a part of. This thesis is interested in the number of elements of a ...
    • Solving the Schrodinger Equation for Infinite Potential Wells 

      Janke, Stephen (2017)
      We solve the Schrodinger equation, after a brief introduction to quantum mechanics, for systems where we have zero potential energy within a given region, and infinite potential energy elsewhere. First, square wells ...
    • Sums of Reciprocals of Fibonacci Numbers 

      Dobrowolski, April (2017)
      Though there are many proofs, this paper gives direct proofs of well-known formulas for sums of reciprocals of Fibonacci numbers.
    • Zero-Divisor Graphs of Direct Product Rings 

      Salzman, Emily (2017-05-31)
      This research investigates zero-divisor graphs of direct product rings. In zero-divisor graphs, if elements are connected with an edge, they will multiply to the additive identity element of direct product rings, (0,0). ...