### Submissions from 2015

Cross-disciplinary detection and analysis of network motifs, Ngoc Tam L. Tran, Luke DeLuccia, Aidan F. McDonald, and Chun Hsi Huang

### Submissions from 2014

Chapter 91: Sage, Robert A. Beezer, R. Bradshaw, J. Grout, and W. Stein

### Submissions from 2013

Extended echelon form and four subspaces, Robert A. Beezer

The Geometry Of Markov Chain Limit Theorems, James Bernhard

The Lah Numbers And The $n$th Derivative Of $e^1/x$, Siad Daboul, Jan Mangaldan, Michael Z. Spivey, and Peter J. Taylor

Optimal Discounts for the Online Assignment Problem, Michael Z. Spivey

### Submissions from 2012

Formulas in Physics Have a “Standard” Form, Matthew J. Moelter and Martin Jackson

Change Stories, Brad Richards, Sally Fincher, Janet Finlay, Helen Sharp, and Isobel Falconer

Stories of change: How educators change their practice, Bradley Richards, Sally Finchner, Janet Finlary, Helen Sharp, and Isobel Falconer

Enumerating Lattice Paths Touching or Crossing the Diagonal at a Given Number of Lattice Points, Michael Z. Spivey

Mathematical Modeling in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Carl Toews

### Submissions from 2011

Review of: Assignment Problems by Rainer Burkard, Mauro Dell'Amico, and Silvano Martello, Robert A. Beezer

Explorations in Algebraic Graph Theory with Sage, Robert A. Beezer and Chris Godsil

Applying Data Structures In Exams, Briana B. Morrison, Mike Clancy, Robert McCartney, Brad Richards, and Kate Sanders

The Epq With Partial Backordering And Phase-dependent Backordering Rate, David W. Pentico, Matthew J. Drake, and Carl Toews

Asymptotic Moments of the Bottleneck Assignment Problem, Michael Z. Spivey

On Solutions to a General Combinatorial Recurrence, Michael Z. Spivey

The deterministic EO Q and EPQ with partial backordering at a rate that is linearly dependent on the time to delivery, Carl Toews, David W. Pentico, and Matthew J. Drake

### Submissions from 2010

Review of: Pearls Of Discrete Mathematics by Martin Erickson, Robert A. Beezer

Equivariant Cohomology and Reflections, James Bernhard

Raoul Bott As We Knew Him, James Bernhard, Nancy Hingston, Jim Stasheff, and Victor Guillemin

On second order nonoscillatory scalar linear dynamic equations on time scales, Sigrun Bodine

Asymptotic integration under weak dichotomies, Sigrun Bodine and D. A. Lutz

Cycles in War, Michael Z. Spivey

Deranged Exams, Michael Z. Spivey

Letter to the editor, Michael Z. Spivey

On the Expected Value of the Bottleneck Assignment Problem, Michael Z. Spivey

The Euler-Maclaurin Summation Formula, Michael Z. Spivey

Visualizing Continued Fractions, Michael Z. Spivey

### Submissions from 2009

Review of: Vector Calculus by Michael Corral, Robert A. Beezer

Sage (version 3.4); The Princeton Companion To Mathematics, Robert A. Beezer

Featured Review: Sage (Version 3.4), Robert A. Beezer

The truly free textbook, Robert A. Beezer

Visual Assessment: Statistical Graphics for Grading and Evaluation, James Bernhard

From Isaac Newton to William Trench: To Oscillate or Not to Oscillate: That is the Question, Sigrun Bodine

On nonoscillatory second order linear differential equations, Sigrun Bodine

Exponentially Asymptotically Constant Systems Of Difference Equations With An Application To Hyperbolic Equilibria, Sigrun Bodine and D. A. Lutz

Representation Of Women In Cs: How Do We Measure A Program's Success?, Brad Richards

Can War Last Forever?, Michael Z. Spivey

Female-specific Ornamentation Predicts Offspring Quality In The Striped Plateau Lizard, Sceloporus Virgatus, Stacey L. Weiss, Eileen A. Kennedy, and James Bernhard

### Submissions from 2008

Review of: Graph Theory by J. A. Bondy and U. S. R. Murty, Robert A. Beezer

Review of: The Art of Mathematics: Coffee Time in Memphis by Béla Bollobás, Robert A. Beezer

Characterization of No-Show Patients and Their Impact on the Efficient Delivery of Endoscopic Services in the Ambulatory Endoscopy Center, James Bernhard, William H. Holderman, Marshall Nickel, Bev Mansanarez, and Susie Ross

### Submissions from 2007

Review of: A Java Library of Graph Algorithms and Optimization by Hang T. Lau, Robert A. Beezer

The Topology Of Surface Mediatrices, James Bernhard and J. J. P. Veerman

On Asymptotic Equivalence Of Perturbed Linear Systems Of Differential And Difference Equations, Sigrun Bodine and D. A. Lutz

Combinatorial Sums and Finite Differences, Michael Z. Spivey

Quadratic Residues and the Frobenius Coin Problem, Michael Z. Spivey

Counting Functions and Finite Differences, Michael Z. Spivey and Natalio H. Guersenzvaig

### Submissions from 2006

Sylow Subgraphs In Self-complementary Vertex Transitive Graphs, Robert A. Beezer

Handbook of Graph Theory, edited by Jonathan L. Gross and Jay Yellen, Robert A. Beezer

Sylow subgraphs of self-complementary vertex transitive graphs, Robert A. Beezer

Ricci Flow On Locally Homogeneous Closed 4-manifolds, James Isenberg, Martin Jackson, and Peng Lu

Women catch up: Gender differences in learning programming concepts, Laurie Murphy, Brad Richards, Renée McCauley, Suzanne Westbrook, and Timothy Fossum

Problem 1737, Michael Z. Spivey

The Euler-Maclaurin Formula and Sums of Powers, Michael Z. Spivey

The $k$-binomial Transforms And The Hankel Transform, Michael Z. Spivey and Laura L. Steil

The k-Binomial Transforms and the Hankel Transform, Michael Z. Spivey and Laura L. Steil

### Submissions from 2005

Review of: Combinatorics of Permutations by Miklós Bóna, Robert A. Beezer

Combinatorics of Permutations, by Miklos Bona, Robert A. Beezer

Models for computer science K-12 outreach activities, Laurie Murphy, Tammy VanDeGrift, Brad Richards, and Brent Wilson

A multi-institutional investigation of computer science seniors' knowledge of programming concepts, Brad Richards, Laurie Murphy, Renée McCauley, Suzanne Westbrook, Timothy Fossum, Susan Haller, Briana B. Morrison, Kate Sanders, Carol Zander, and Ruth E. Anderson

A multi-institutional, multinational study of programming concepts using card sort data, Brad Richards, Kate Sanders, Dennis Bouvier, Sally Fincher, Gary Lewandowski, Briana Morrison, Laurie Murphy, Marian Petre, Josh Tenenberg, Lynda Thomas, Richard Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Sue Fitzgerald, Alicia Gutschow, Susan Haller, Raymond Lister, Renée McCauley, John McTaggart, Christine Prasad, Terry Scott, Dermot Shinners-Kennedy, Suzanne Westbrook, and Carol Zander

Solution to Problem 1, 32nd Austrian Mathematics Olympiad, Michael Z. Spivey

### Submissions from 2004

48 Hours of Putnam, Robert A. Beezer

Proofs that Really Count: The Art of Combinatorial Proof, by A. T. Benjamin and J. J. Quinn, Robert A. Beezer

Teaching Wireless Networks with Minimal Resources, Brad Richards and Benjamin Stull

The Dynamic Assignment Problem, Michael Z. Spivey and Warren B. Powell

### Submissions from 2003

Review of: Discrete Mathematics by Lászlo Lovász, Józef Pelikán, and Katalin K. Vesztergombi, Robert A. Beezer

A First Course in Linear Algebra, Robert A. Beezer

Review of: Advances in Dynamic Equations on Time Scales by Martin Bohner and Allan Peterson, Sigrun Bodine

Information Technology Fluency in Practice, Brad Richards, John P. Dougherty, Tom Dececchi, Tony Clear, Stephen Cooper, and Tadeusz Wilusz

### Submissions from 2002

The girth of a design, Robert A. Beezer

Illustrating networking concepts with wireless handheld devices, Brad Richards and Nate Waisbrot

### Submissions from 2001

Combinatorics and Graph Theory, by J. M. Harris, J. L. Hirst, M. J. Mossinghoff, Robert A. Beezer

Counting configurations in designs, Robert A. Beezer

Using minimum degree to bound average distance, Robert A. Beezer, Bryan A. Smith, and John Riegsecker

RTP: A Transport Layer Implementation Project, Brad Richards

RTP: A Transport Layer Implementation Project, Brad Richards

### Submissions from 2000

A New Approach To Asymptotic Diagonalization Of Linear Differential Systems, Sigrun Bodine and Robert J. Sacker

Bugs as Features: Teaching Network Protocols Trough Debugging, Brad Richards

Bugs as Features: Teaching Network Protocols Trough Debugging, Brad Richards

### Submissions from 1999

Review of: Graph Theory by Reinhard Diestel, Robert A. Beezer

Modern Graph Theory, by Bela Bollobas, Robert A. Beezer

Introductory Access for Office 2000, Charles Hommel, Joseph Adamski, and Kathleen Finnegan

### Submissions from 1998

Eigenspaces of Graphs, by D. Cvetkovic, P. Rowlinson and S. Simic, Robert A. Beezer

Counting subgraphs of a regular graph, Robert A. Beezer and E. J. Farrell

Protocol-Based Data-Race Detection, Brad Richards and James R. Larus

### Submissions from 1997

UMAP Module 750: Closing in on the internal rate of return, Robert A. Beezer

Introductory Access for Office 97, Charles Hommel, Joseph Adamski, and Kathleen Finnegan

### Submissions from 1996

Graphs With A Minimum Number Of Pairs Of Independent Edges. I. Matching Polynomials, Robert A. Beezer, J. E. Riegsecker, B. Smith, and E. J. Farrell

Graphs with a minimum number of pairs of independent edges I: Matching polynomials, Robert A. Beezer, John Riegsecker, Bryan A. Smith, and E. J. Farrell

Comprehensive Access 7 for Windows 95, Charles Hommel and Joseph Adamski

Introductory Access 7 for Windows 95, Charles Hommel and Joseph Adamski

Memory System for Parallel Programming, Brad Richards

Teapot: Language Support for Writing Memory Coherence Protocols, Brad Richards, Satish Chandra, and James R. Larus

Teapot: Language Support for Writing Memory Coherence Protocols, Brad Richards, Satish Chandra, and James R. Larus

### Submissions from 1995

The matching polynomial of a regular graph, Robert A. Beezer and E. J. Farrell

Introductory dBASE for Windows, Charles Hommel and Roy Ageloff

### Submissions from 1994

LCM: Memory System Support for Parallel Language Implementation, Brad Richards, James R. Larus, and Guhan Viswanathan