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An Investigation in Tournaments with Bidirectional Arcs

Mathematics
About the Scholar: Cheng Qian grew up in China and attended Tsinghua University High School in Beijing, China The Research: Directed graphs are used widely in such real-world situations as flow networks in pipes and abstract representations of computer programs. Tournaments are directed graphs that can represent visually the various players in a game. Each […]

Locating Obnoxious Facilities: Minimizing Risk and Cost of Disposing and Transporting Hazardous Waste

Mathematics
About the Scholar: Rahil Bathwal grew up in India and attended Jamnabai Narsee International School in Mumbai, India The Research: When facilities are designed for use by an area’s citizens, convenience and easy accessibility are key factors. Disposal sites for hazardous waste need to be as far as possible from densely populated areas, but still […]
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Tilings of a (2 x n) Checkerboard with Squares and Dominoes

Mathematics
About the Scholar: Pioneer Scholar Rana is from Istanbul, Turkey, where she attended Robert College The Research: Rana’s paper investigated unknown number sequences, constructing models to make them easily understandable. She shows that the combinatorial arguments used to construct models of the Lucas sequence can prove the identities and visual lengths of lesser known sequences. […]

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