See individual papers: 1752-1, Numerical Steady-State Solutions of Non-Linear DAE's Arising in RF Communication Circuit Design by Danny Dunlavy, Sookhyung Joo, Runchang Lin, Roummel Marcia, Aurelia Minut, and Jianzhong Sun (Robert Melville, mentor); 1752-2, Optimizing Language Models for Speech Recognition by Lynch Hruska, Maria Kiskowski, Jennifer Lefeaux, Kevin McCleary, Dany Ngouyassa, Bryan Smith (Joan Bachenko, mentor); 1752-3, The Bivariate Contouring Problem by Thomas Grandine, Bogdan Craciun, Noel Heitmann, Brian Ingalls, Quoc Thong Le Gia, Miao-jung Ou, and Yen-hsi Richard Tsai (Thomas Grandine, mentor); 1752-4, Second Order Solution of Fritz John's Ultrahyperbolic PDE for Volumetric Computed Tomography by Jicun Hu, Chris Ingrassia, Svenja Lowitzsch, Jang Park, Angel Pineda, Daniel Reynolds, and Nicholas Valdivia (S.K. Patch, mentor); 1752-5, A network diversion vulnerability problem by Ariel Cintron-Arias, Norman Curet, Lisa Denogean, Robert Ellis, Corey Gonzalez, Shobha Oruganti, and Patrick Quillen (Norm Curet, mentor); 1752-6, The Design of a Microactuator by Y. Chung, Z. Lavicza, H. Lim, D. Malonza, M. Song, and N. Tarfulea (David Ross, mentor)
Mathematical modeling in industry - IMA Summer program for graduate students, July 19--28, 2000.
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