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Study of Least Absolute Deviation Methods
In the context of finding the "best" predictive model, this research project focuses on assessing and fitting models with least-absolute-deviation techniques.
Mirror Symmetry in Reflexive Polytopes
There are always two Calabi-Yau varieties that produce a particular physical model. In mathematics we call this phenomenon mirror symmetry, the purpose of this study.
Minimal Complexity C-complexes for Colored Links
In this project, we study the analogous measure of complexity given by a generalization of a surface called a C-complex.
n-Dimensional Semi-Hypercubes and the Algebras Associated With Their Hasse Graphs
Our goal is to be able to predict how automorphisms of the semihypercubes act using the Hasse graphs of the fixed k-faces to obtain a generating function for the Hasse graph polynomial.
New Methods of Constructing 4-dimensional Tops
The mathematical field of mirror symmetry seeks to understand the geometric correspondences between paired Calabi-Yau varieties.