Browsing MATH Honors Theses by Title
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Periods of Linearly Recurring Sequences (thesis)
(2015)In this thesis, we investigate sequences defined by linear recurrence relations. These are sequences whose subsequent terms are generated using some linear combination of the previous terms. We call the equation that ... 
Permutation Formula (thesis)
(2014)Runs in permutations and similar topics have been studied by various authors under different names. Hegarty examined permutations of finite abelian groups which avoid what he called progressions. Riordan studied 3runs ... 
Realizability of nVertex Graphs with Prescribed Vertex Connectivity, Edge Connectivity, Minimum Degree, and Maximum Degree (thesis)
(2015)Our work continues a long tradition in graph theory studying the relation ship between vertex connectivity, edge connectivity, and minimum degree. [From Introduction] 
Realizability of nVertex Graphs with Prescribed Vertex Connectivity, Edge Connectivity, Minimum Degree, and Maximum Degree (thesis)
(2016)This is the fourth and nal thesis that concludes ProfessorWayne M. Dymacek's research project Realizability of nVertex Graphs with Prescribed Vertex Connectivity, Edge Connectivity, Minimum Degree, and Maximum Degree. ... 
Steinhaus graphs and pendent vertices (thesis)
(2010)Steinhaus graphs have many interesting properties, yet there are many things about them that are not yet known. In [1], a formula was discovered for the total number of Steinhaus graphs on 11 vertices with at least one ... 
Towards an Automated and Customizable Linear Cryptanalysis of SubstitutionPermutation Network Cipher (thesis)
(2015)The increasing scale of the Internet of Things exposes the proprietors and users to a number of security threats in terms of invasion of privacy, identity thefts and the like. It is therefore absolutely necessary that the ... 
Upgrowing Online Linear Discrepancy of Tripleoptimal Partially Ordered Sets (thesis)
(2016)Whether we acknowledge it as a poset or not, posets arise in many natural contexts, and many also seem to warrant linear extensions (or rankings) of the poset. In some sense, the linear discrepancy of a linear extension L ...