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Recently Published Research by the Department of Mathematics Faculty

This is a continuously updated list of the most recent publications from our departmental faculty.
  • Dan SaracinoPattern avoidance for set partitions a la Klazar
    (with Jonathan Bloom)
    Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

  • Evelyn HartAlgorithms for Nielsen type periodic numbers of maps with remnant on surfaces with boundary and on bouquets of circles II
    (with P. Heath and E. Keppelmann) 
    Fundamenta Mathematicae

  • Joe P. Chen, Singularly continuous spectrum of a self-similar Laplacian on the half-line
    (with A. Teplyaev)
    Journal of Mathematical Physics

  • Aaron Robertson, A probabilistic threshold for monochromatic arithmetic progressions
    Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A

  • Will Cipolli, Bayesian nonparametric multiple testing
    (with T. Hanson and A. McLain)  
    Computational Statistics and Data Analysis

  • Dan Saracino, Proofs and generalizations of a homomesy conjecture of J. Propp and T. Roby
    (with J. Bloom and O. Pechenik)
    Discrete Mathematics

  • Ahmet Ay, Mutant screen report: microarray analysis of gene expression in S. cerevisiae kap108delta mutants upon addition of oxidative xtress
    (with K. Belanger, N. Larson, J. Kahn, and D. Tkachev)
    G3: Genes | Genomes | Genetics 

  • Aaron Robertson, Intermingled ascending wave m-sets
    (with C. Cremin, W. Daniel, and Q. Xiang)
    Discrete Mathematics

  • Dan Saracino, The 2-color Rado number of x1 + x2+ · · · + xn = y1 + y2 + · · · + yk
    Ars Combinatoria

  • Ahmet Ay, Hierarchical decomposition of dynamically evolving regulatory networks
    (with D. Gong and T. Kahveci)
    BMC Bioinformatics 

  • Will Cipolli, A comparison of three diagnostic tests for diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome using latent class analysis
    (with J. Fowler and T. Hanson)
    Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

  • Gunog Seo, Existence of multiple limit cycles in a predator–prey model with arctan(ax) as functional response
    (with G. Wolkowicz)
    Communications in Mathematical Analysis
  • David M. Howard, Cooperative Colorings and Independent Systems of Representatives 
    (with R. Aharoni, R. Holzman, and P. Sprüssel)
    Electronic Journal of Combinatorics

  • Ahmet Ay, Mathematical modeling deciphers the benefits of  alternatively-designed conserved activatory and inhibitory gene circuits 
    (with N. Wilner and N. Yildirim) 
    Molecular BioSystems

  • Jens Christensen, Sampling in Euclidean and non-Euclidean domains: a unified approach 
    in Sampling Theory, a Renaissance 

  • Ahmet Ay, Diurnal preference predicts phase differences in expression of human peripheral circadian clock genes 
    (with  A. Ferrante,  D. Gellerman, K. Woods, A. Filipowicz, K. Jain, N. Bearden, and K. Ingram)
    Journal of Circadian Rhythms 

  • Dan Saracino, The 2-color Rado number of x1+x2+· · ·+xm-1 = axm, II  
    Ars Combinatoria

  • Joe P. Chen, Spectral dimension and Bohr's formula for Schrodinger operators on unbounded fractal spaces
    (with S. Molchanov and A. Teplyaev)
    Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical

  • Ahmet Ay, Genome-wide errant targeting by Hairy
    (with K. Kok, L. Li, and D. Arnosti)
  • David M. Howard, On a generalization of the Ryser-Brualdi-Stein conjecture
    (with R. Aharoni and P. Charbit)
    Journal of Graph Theory
  • Silvia Jimenez, Nonlinear neutral inclusions:  assemblages of coated ellipsoids
    (with B. Vernescu)
    Royal Society Open Science

  • Ahmet Ay, Construction of signaling networks with incomplete RNAi data
    (with Q. Wang, Y. Ren, M. Hasan, and T. Kahveci)
    Bioinformatics and Biomedicine

  • Joe P. Chen, Entropic repulsion of Gaussian free field on high-dimensional Sierpinski carpet graphs
    (with B. Ugurcan)
    Stochastic Processes and their Applications

  • Ahmet Ay, Multiple reference networks improve accuracy of signaling network construction
    (with M. Alim, M. Hasan, M. Thai, and T. Kahveci)
    Computational Biology and Health Informatics

  • Aaron Robertson, Ramsey Theory on the Integers, Second edition
    (with B. Landman)
    American Mathematical Society

  • Dan Schult, Phase-flip bifurcation in a coupled Josephson junction neuron system
    (with K. Segall, S. Guo, P. Crotty, and M. Miller)
    Physica B: Condensed Matter

  • Ahmet Ay, Dynamics matter: differences and similarities between alternatively designed regulatory mechanisms
    (with N. Yildirim)
    Molecular BioSystems

  • Joe P. Chen, Periodic billiard orbits of self-similar Sierpinski carpets
    (with R. Niemeyer)
    Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications

  • Jens Christensen, Multi-window Gabor frames in amalgam spaces
    (with R. Balan, I. Krishtal, K. Okoudjou, and J. Romero)
    Mathematical Research Letters

  • Ahmet Ay, Network-based prediction of cancer under genetic storm
    (with D. Gong and T. Kahveci)
    Cancer Inform

  • Gunog Seo, Spatial dynamics of an age-structured population model of Asian Clams
    (with J. Fang, K. Lan, and J. Wu)
    SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics

  • Dan Saracino, A simple bijective proof of the shape-Wilf-equivalence of the patterns  231 and 312
    (with J. Bloom)
    Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing
  • David M. Howard, Determining membership with 2 simultaneous queries
    Theoretical Computer Science

  • Dan Saracino, The 2-color Rado number of x1+x2+· · ·+xm-1 = axm  
    Ars Combinatoria

  • Ahmet Ay, Spatial gradients of protein-level time delays set the pace of the traveling segmentation clock waves 
    (with J. Holland, A. Sperlea, G. Devakanmalai, S. Knierer, S. Sangervasi, A. Stevenson, and E. Ozbudak)

  • Silvia Jimenez, Correctors and field fluctuations for the pε(x)-Laplacian with rough exponents: the sublinear growth case 
    ESAIM Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

  • Silvia Jimenez, Nonlinear neutral inclusions: assemblages of spheres
    (with B. Vernescu and W. Sanguinet)
    International Journal of Solids and Structures
  • K. G. Valente, Alan Turing: Reflecting on the life and work of a queer mathematician 
    in Mathematics in Popular Culture: Appearances in Film, Fiction, Games, Television, and Other Media