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Grobner Basis Representations of Sudoku Elizabeth Arnold, Stephen Lucas, and Laura Taalman
 

Summary: Gršobner Basis Representations of Sudoku
Elizabeth Arnold, Stephen Lucas, and Laura Taalman
doi:10.4169/074683410X480203
Elizabeth Arnold received her B.A. in Government from
Georgetown University in 1989, her M.Ed. in Mathematics
education in 1993 from George Mason University, and her
Ph.D. from the University of Maryland at College Park in
2000. She is currently an assistant professor at James
Madison University. Her research area is in computational
commutative algebra, in particular applications and
algorithms for Gršobner bases. In her spare time, she enjoys
spending time with her family and riding horses.
Stephen Lucas received his B.Math from the University of
Wollongong in 1989 and his PhD from the University of
Sydney in 1994. In 2002 he received the Michell Medal for
Outstanding New Researchers from ANZIAM, Australia. He
is currently an associate professor at James Madison
University, after a postdoc at Harvard and a faculty position
at the University of South Australia. His research interests
span a wide range of topics in applied and pure

  

Source: Arnold, Elizabeth A. - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, James Madison University

 

Collections: Mathematics