MATHEMATICS  RESEARCH  SEMINAR

The AASU Mathematics Research Seminar is a small informal seminar intended to provide faculty with an outlet for discussing and sharing their mathematical research.   All are welcome to attend.  If you would like to receive e-mail announcements regarding upcoming talks or if you will be visiting campus and would like to give a talk, please send a request to buddenma@mail.armstrong.edu.

**During Fall of 2007, the Mathematics Research Seminar will be held in 123 University Hall from 12:00-1:15.**


Fall 2007

10/26/07: The Effect of Missing Data on Repeated Measures Models, Maribeth Johnson (Medical College of Georgia)
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Spring 2007

4/6/07: Mathematical Modeling and Analysis for Pre-malignant Mutation Equations, Kumud Singh-Altmayer (Savannah State University and Armstrong Atlantic State University)
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1/19/07: The Proof of the Prime Number Theorem, Sungkon Chang
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Fall 2006

11/10/06: Regarding the Existence of Coincidence Points, Bud Sanders (University of South Carolina Beaufort)
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10/20/06: The Proof of Dirichlet's Theorem, Sungkon Chang
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Spring 2006


3/6/06:  Quadratic Twists of an Elliptic Curve with Small Selmer Rank, Sungkon Chang
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Fall 2005


11/18/05:  On Linear Birth Processes II, Lorrie Hoffman
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11/4/05:  The Nonlinear Power Method, Sean Eastman
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10/14/05:  The Magic of Elliptic Curves, III, Sungkon Chang
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10/7/05:  Rational Reciprocity Laws, Mark Budden
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9/16/05:  A Tchebycheff Metric Approach to Bi-attribute Network Flows, Paul Hadavas
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Spring 2005


4/15/05 and 4/29/05:  On Linear Birth Processes, Lorrie Hoffman
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3/25/05 and 4/1/05:  Automorphic Forms and Metaplectic Groups, Mark Budden
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