The Technical Report Series is intended as a mechanism for organizing and publicizing materials written by University of Richmond Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty for distribution both inside and outside the department. The series is primarily intended for, but is not necessarily restricted to, materials related to faculty members' research activities. Preprints of accepted articles, expanded versions of papers presented at conferences,descriptions of work in progress, unpublished research results,position papers, literature surveys, descriptions of locally produced instructional materials, courseware, or other software packages, etc. would be appropriate for inclusion in the series.

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Submissions from 2015

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A Unified Inter-host and In-host Model of Antibiotic Resistance and Infection Spread in a Hospital Ward, Lester Caudill and Barry Lawson

Submissions from 2009

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Pairing Software-Managed Caching with Decay Techniques to Balance Reliability and Static Power in Next-Generation Caches, Kelly Shaw and Margaret Martonosi

Submissions from 2005

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Self-Adaptive Scheduler Parameterization, Barry Lawson and Evgenia Smirni

Submissions from 2003

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Creating and Modifying Dynamic Animation Sequences Using the TGT_Toolkit, Ross Gore

Submissions from 2002

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Design and Implementation of Interactive Tutorials for Data Structures, Ross Gore and Lewis Barnett III

Submissions from 1999

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An Examination of Codewords with Optimal Merit Factor, Michael W. Cammarano and Anthony G. Kirilusha

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Integer Maxima in Power Envelopes of Golay Codewords, Michael W. Cammarano and Meredith L. Walker

Submissions from 1998

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The Set of Hemispheres Containing a Closed Curve on the Sphere, Mary Kate Boggiano and Mark Desantis

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On Agent Communication in Large Groups, Gary R. Greenfield

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Octary Codewords with Power Envelopes of 3∗2m, Katherine M. Nieswand and Kara N. Wagner

Submissions from 1997

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Pseudocontinuations and the Backward Shift, Alexandru Aleman, Stefan Richter, and William T. Ross

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Using the Quantum Computer to Break Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems, Jodie Eicher and Yaw Opoku

Submissions from 1996

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On Quaternionic Pseudo-Random Number Generators, Gary R. Greenfield

Submissions from 1995

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DQDBsim User's Manual, Lewis Barnett III

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Secure Trapdoor Hash Functions Based on Public-Key Cryptosystems, Gary R. Greenfield and Sarah Agnes Spence

Submissions from 1994

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Bergman Spaces on Disconnected Domains, Alexandru Aleman, Stefan Richter, and William T. Ross

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A Macro Extension for the Woody Assembly Language, Lewis Barnett III

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A Topology-Aware Collision Resolution Algorithm, Lewis Barnett III

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NetSim User's Manual, Lewis Barnett III

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The Nondeterministic Divide, Arthur Charlesworth

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An Algorithmic Palette Tool, Gary R. Greenfield

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Merlin's Magic Square Enhanced, Gary R. Greenfield

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Bergman Spaces on an Annulus and the Backward Bergman Shift, William T. Ross

Submissions from 1993

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Graphical Evolution Experiments in Artificial Life, Gary R. Greenfield

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Simulated Annealing and Optimal Codes, Gary R. Greenfield

Submissions from 1992

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NetSim: A Network Performance Simulator, Lewis Barnett III

Submissions from 1989

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On Uniform and Relative Distribution in the Brauer Group, Gary R. Greenfield