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  • Bear, H. S. Jr (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1962)
  • Casteren, J. A. van ([Honolulu], 1971)
  • Lewis, Wayne (1992)
    An almost completely decomposable group with two critical types is a direct sum of rank-one groups and indecomposable rank-two groups. A complete set of near isomorphism invariants for an acd group with two critical types ...
  • Perry, Patrick Neil (1992)
    The capacity of the (d, k) constrained codes and of the (d, k) L level charge constrained codes is considered. The case of rational capacity is examined. and an error in the literature is corrected. This leads to an ...
  • Reiser, Edward J (1993)
    In this thesis, we discuss the proof that all convex polyhedral metrics can be realized in euclidean and hyperbolic 3-space. This result is accredited to A.D. Alexandrov and is fundamental in modern synthetic differential ...
  • Mackey, John Fletcher (1994)
    This dissertation consists of 3 chapters which consider distinct combinatorial problems. In the first chapter we consider objects known as groupies. A non-isolated vertex of a graph G is called a groupie if the average ...
  • Huang, Guoxiang (1996)
    This dissertation introduces new theorem-proving strategies and uses these strategies to solve a wide variety of difficult problems requiring logical reasoning. It also shows how to use theorem-proving to solve the problem ...
  • Heeney, Xiang Xia Huang (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2000)
    This dissertation introduces triple gluing lattices and proves that a triple gluing lattice is small if the key subcomponents are small. Then attention is turned to triple gluing irreducible small lattices. The triple ...
  • Muranaka, Brandon (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003)
    The purpose of this paper is fourfold: (1) to survey some classical and recent results in the theory of distribution of zeros of entire functions, (2) to generalize the Laguerre inequality, (3) to establish several special ...
  • Vo, Monika (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003)
    This dissertation introduces the concept of Q-Witt rings and SQ-Witt rings. A Q-Witt ring is defined as a finite quotient of a torsion free abstract Witt ring for an elementary 2-group G. Local Q-Witt rings are characterized ...
  • Xiong, Jianfei (2004)
    In the first part of this dissertation the spherical evolute, the spherical involute, the spherical orthotomic and the spherical antiorthotomic are investigated and their local diffeomorphic types are determined. The concept ...
  • Seffrood, Jiajia Yang Garcia (2005)
    A dual linear space is a partial projective plane which contains the intersection of every pair of its lines. Every dual linear space can be extended to a projective plane, usually infinite, by a sequence of one line ...
  • Kalk, Jonathan W. (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2005)
    Ordinary graphs are directed graphs that can be viewed as generalizations of symmetric block designs. They were introduced by Fossorier, Jezek, Nation and Pogel in [2] in an attempt to construct new finite projective planes. ...
  • Shi, Bo (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2006)
  • Piotrowski, Andrzej (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2007)
    Motivated by the work of Pólya, Schur, and Turán, a complete characterization of multiplier sequences for the Hermite polynomial basis is given. Laguerre's theorem and a remarkable curve theorem due to Pólya are generalized. ...
  • Krot, Tatiana (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2007)
  • Langdon, Daniel Allen (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2007)
    This Master’s Plan B report for the University of Hawai‘i at M ̄noa is the result of Daniel Langdon’s examination of methods of modeling and stabilizing a cart and double-pendulum system against small disturbances. The ...
  • Burkman, Jacob Harry (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2007)
    In this project we will be looking at Sophus Lie’s desire (his so called idee fixe) to apply Contact Transformations (what would eventually develop into the modern idea of a Lie Algebra) in order to arrive at symmetries ...
  • Wills, Luis Alberto (2008)
    We introduce the Quotient Group Graded Lie algebras, which involve graded structure constants. This structure is then used to obtain a graded extension of supersymmetry where diverse features of the Standard Model of ...

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