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#### Submissions from 2010

Frontal reaction in a layered polymerizing medium, Dmitry Golovaty, Laura K. Gross, and James T. Joyner

Visualizing prolog: A "jigsaw puzzle" approach, Lee Mondshein, Abdul Sattar, and Torben Lorenzen

An operating systems course with projects in Java, Abdul Sattar, Lee Mondshein, and Torben Lorenzen

Comparison study of dynamics in one-sided and two-sided solid-combustion models, Y. Yang, Laura K. Gross, and J. Yu

#### Submissions from 2009

The Permutahedron π_{n} is Hamiltonian, Mahmoud El-Hashash and Heidi Burgiel

ICU: An introduction to object identification and mapping, Brian MacAllister and John Santore

Use writing class techniques to create software design documents, John Santore and Torben Lorenzen

Teach Alice programming to non-majors, Abdul Sattar and Torben Lorenzen

#### Submissions from 2008

On the Hamiltonicity of the Permutahedron, Mahmoud El-Hashash, Heidi Burgiel, and A. Hassan

How To Create an Online Internet Course, Torben Lorenzen and Abdul Sattar

Objects First Using Alice to Introduce Object Constructs in CS1, Torben Lorenzen and Abdul Sattar

#### Submissions from 2004

Almost the largest possible cycle on the subgraph, of two consecutive levels, of the Hypercube, Mahmoud El-Hashash

The Cure Experiments, D. E. Spencer and Uma Shama

#### Submissions from 2003

The twisted torus, the tangled torus and toughness, Ward Heilman

An error found in Lucacs and Tarjan's Mathematical Games, Misty LaPlante, James Hatch, and Thomas Moore

The interpretation of Jorge Curé's modified Millikan oil drop experiment, D. E. Spencer, Uma Shama, and P. J. Mann

The interpretation of the Graneau experiments, D. E. Spencer, Uma Shama, and P. J. Mann

#### Submissions from 2002

A long cycle on the subgraph, of two consecutive levels, of the Hypercube, Mahmoud El-Hashash

An analysis of electromagnetic induction, D. E. Spencer, Uma Shama, and P. J. Mann

The new Gaussian equation for the force between current elements, D. E. Spencer, Uma Shama, and P. J. Mann

#### Submissions from 2001

On the hamiltonicity of two subgraphs of the Hypercube, Mahmoud El-Hashash and A. Hassan

#### Submissions from 1999

The derivation of a new Gaussian equation for the force between moving charges from fundamental postulates, P. Moon, D. E. Spencer, A. S. Mirchandaney, Uma Shama, and P. J. Mann

Was Gauss Smart?, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1996

Stellar aberration and the postulates on the velocity of light, D. E. Spencer and Uma Shama

#### Submissions from 1993

Transformation equations in accelerated coordinate systems, Uma Shama and D. E. Spencer

#### Submissions from 1992

On the least absolute remainder Euclidean algorithm, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1989

Euclid's algorithm and Lame's theorem on a microcomputer, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1988

Counting bit strings with a single occurrence of 00, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1987

SIM on a microcomputer, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1981

An aspect of group theory in residue designs, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1980

Isomorphisms between groups of rational numbers, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1976

Euler's formula and a game of Conway's, Hugo D'Alarcao and Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1975

Lagrange's theorem revisited, Hugo D'Alarcao and Thomas Moore

Complete residue systems in the sequence of primes, R. F. Sutherland and Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1973

Cayley's color group, Thomas Moore

#### Submissions from 1972

A note on the distribution of primes in arithmetic progressions, Thomas Moore