- Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 180 (2005) 333344 www.elsevier.com/locate/cam
- Capillary Wave Scattering From a Surfactant Domain Department of Physics, Harvard University,
- MATHEMATICAL Mathematical and Computer Modelling 35 (2002) 895-912
- A Collocation Expansion Approach to the Boundary Integral Method
- Evaluating infinite integrals involving Bessel functions of arbitrary order
- A boundary integral method applied to the 3D water coning problem
- An integral equation solution for the steady-state current at a periodic array of surface microelectrodes
- Testing the fracture of spectacle lenses Stephen K. Lucas1
- Maximizing output from oil reservoirs without water breakthrough
- OPTIMAL STRATEGIES FOR THE PROGRESSIVE MONTY HALL PROBLEM
- Evaluating infinite integrals involving products of Bessel functions of arbitrary order
- On Using Bounded Continued Fractions to Represent Reals
- ANOTHER LOOK AT FINDING CONTINUED FRACTIONS School of Mathematics, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes SA 5095
- ACC01-IEEE1682 Switching-Time Computation for BangBang
- Flight Test Data Cycle Map Optimisation David Panton Centre for Industrial and Applicable Mathematics
- Grobner Basis Representations of Sudoku Elizabeth Arnold, Stephen Lucas, and Laura Taalman
- Integral approximations to with nonnegative Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- Clustering of spectra and fractals of regular graphs , J.A. Filar1
- Solving the Hamiltonian Cycle problem using symbolic determinants
- Integral proofs that 355/113 > 1 Introduction
- Least squares cubic splines without B-splines School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes SA 5095
- Preprint: Submitted to the Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, October 2002 1 Women's Success in Mathematics: The Hypatia Scholarship Program
- A study of reaction-diffusion problems for do-mains bounded by periodic source/sink
- OPTIMAL CONTROL APPLICATIONS AND METHODS Optim. Control Appl. Meth. 2003; 0:114 Prepared using ocaauth.cls [Version: 2002/11/11 v1.00]
- The Monty Hall Problem, Reconsidered Stephen Lucas
- On the contact of a rigid sphere and a plate S.K. Lucas,
- Connected co-spectral graphs are not necessarily both Hamiltonian