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## A Class of Partially Linear Single-Index Survival ModelsChen, Gemai and X. Lu, R.S. Singh, P. X.-K. Song | |

## A Damaged Generalised Poisson Model and Its Application to Reported and Unreported Accident CountsScollnik, David | |

## Adaptive spatial partitioning for multidimensional data streamsHershberger, John, Shrivastava, Nisheeth, Suri, Subhash and Toth, Csaba | |

## Adjoint and coadjoint orbits of the {P}oincar\'e groupCushman, Richard and Kallen, Wilberd | |

## A fourth-order compact algorithm for nonlinear reaction-diffusion equations with Neumann boundary conditionsLiao, Wenyuan, Zhu, Jianping and Khaliq, A.Q.M. | |

## A General Methodology for Pipelining the Point Multiplication Operation in Curve Based CryptographyMishra, Pradeep | |

## Alternating paths along axis-parallel segmentsToth, Csaba | |

## A new interpretation for the mass of a classical relativistic particleCushman, Richard and Kallen, Wilberd | |

## An improved real quadratic field based key exchange procedureJacobson, Michael J., Scheidler, Renate and Williams, Hugh C. | |

## A note on asymptotic normality of kernel estimations for linear random fields on Z^2Cheng, T.-L., Ho, C.H. and Lu, Xuewen | |

## Antipodality in hyperbolic spaceBezdek, Karoly, Naszodi, Marton and Oliveros-Braniff, Deborah | |

## A p-adic algorithm to compute the Hilbert class polynomialBroker, Reinier | |

## A Survey of Point Counting Algorithms for Rational Points on Elliptic CurvesChou, James Kuo-Ming | |

## Asymptotic Behaviour of Mean Quantile Efficient PortfoliosDmitrasinovic-Vidovic, Gordana and Ware, Antony | |

## Asymptotic normality of an adaptive kernel density estimator for finite mixture modelsKarunamuni, Rohana, Sriram, T.N. and Wu, Jingjing | |

## A transversal property of families of eight or nine unit disksBisztriczky, Ted and Oliveros-Braniff, Deborah | |

## Attenuation in Risk Estimates in Logistic and Cox Models due to Group-Based Exposure Assessment StrategyKim, Hyang Mi, Yausi, Y and Burstyn, I | |

## Benefits of stereopsis when identifying clinically significant macular edema via teleophthalmologyRudnisky, CJ, Tennant, M, de Leon, Alexander, Hinz, B and Greve, M | |

## Block Empirical Likelihood for Longitudinal Partially Linear Regression ModelsChen, Gemai and J. You, Y. Zhou | |

## Chover's law of the iterated logarithm for trimmed sumsLu, Xuewen and Qi, Y. | |

## Chromatic numbers and homomorphisms of large girth hypergraphsSauer, Norbert, Sands, Bill, Duffus, Dwight and V. RodlWe consider the problem of determining the minimum chromatic number of graphs and hypergraphs of large girth which cannot be mapped under a homomorphism to a specified graph or hypergraph. More generally, we are interested in large girth hypergraphs that do not admit a vertex partition of specified size such that the subhypergraphs induced by the partition blocks have a homomorphism to a given hypergraph. In the process, a general probabilistic construction of large girth hypergraphs is obtained, and general definitions of chromatic number and homomorphisms are considered. | |

## Coloring subgraphs of the Rado graphSauer, NorbertGiven a universal binary countable homogeneous structure $U$ and $n\in \omega$, there is a partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ into finitely many classes so that for any partition $C_0,C_1,\dots, C_{m-1}$ of such a class $Q$ into finitely many parts there is a number $k\in m$ and a copy $U^\ast$ of $U$ in $U$ so that all of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U^\ast$ which are in $Q$ are also in $C_k$. The partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ is explicitly given and a somewhat sharper result as the one stated above is proven. | |

## Coloring subgraphs of the Rado graphSauer, NorbertGiven a universal binary countable homogeneous structure $U$ and $n\in \omega$, there is a partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ into finitely many classes so that for any partition $C_0,C_1,\dots, C_{m-1}$ of such a class $Q$ into finitely many parts there is a number $k\in m$ and a copy $U^\ast$ of $U$ in $U$ so that all of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U^\ast$ which are in $Q$ are also in $C_k$. The partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ is explicitly given and a somewhat sharper result as the one stated above is proven. | |

## Coloring subgraphs of the Rado graphSauer, NorbertGiven a universal binary countable homogeneous structure $U$ and $n\in \omega$, there is a partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ into finitely many classes so that for any partition $C_0,C_1,\dots, C_{m-1}$ of such a class $Q$ into finitely many parts there is a number $k\in m$ and a copy $U^\ast$ of $U$ in $U$ so that all of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U^\ast$ which are in $Q$ are also in $C_k$. The partition of the induced $n$-element substructures of $U$ is explicitly given and a somewhat sharper result as the one stated above is proven. | |

## Constructing elliptic curves of prescribed orderBroker, Reinier | |

## Constructing elliptic curves of prime orderBroker, Reinier and Peter Stevenhagen | |

## Continuous modules are cleanCamillo, V.P., Khurana, D., Lam, T.Y., Nicholson, W. Keith and Zhou, Y. | |

## Creating a Trusted Environment in Which to Perform Computer-Assisted AssessmentCerny, Jan and Wrubleski, Marc | |

## Cyclic Cubic Fields of Given Conductor and Given IndexSilvester, Alan, Spearman, Blair K. and Williams, Kenneth S. | |

## Discrete and Delay Comtinuous Population Models with Unimodal Reproduction FunctionsKinzebulatov, Damir | |

## DISCRETE GEOMETRY,Calgary Workshop on Discrete Geometry ,U. of Calgary,(2005) Densest Packings of Spheres, BIRS,(2005) Convex and Abstract Polytopes, BIRS(2005) Polytopes Day In Calgary,U. of Calgary (2005)Bisztriczky, Ted, Fodor,F. and Kuperberg, W. | |

## Distinct distances in homogeneous sets in Euclidean spaceToth, Csaba and Solymosi, Jozsef | |

## Doubly-focused enumeration of Pseudosquares and PseudocubesWooding, Kjell and Williams, Hugh | |

## Empirical likelihood for average derivativesLu, Xuewen and Yongcheng Qi | |

## Empirical likelihood for average derivatives of hazard regression functionsLu, Xuewen, Sun, Jie and Qi, Yongcheng | |

## Estimation in a Semiparametric Varying-Coefficient Partially Linear Errors-in-Variables ModelChen, Gemai and J. You | |

## Evaluating Ozone Effects on Growth of Mature Forest Trees with High Resolution Dendrometer SystemMcLaughlin, S. B. and Nosal, Miloslav | |

## Extension of Lipschitz functions defined on metric spaces of homogeneous typeBrudnyi, Alex and Brudnyi, Yuri | |

## From well quasi-ordered sets to better quasi-ordered setsPouzet, Maurice and Sauer, Norbert | |

## Geometry of Banach spaces predual to H^\infty and corona problemBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Global vs local solvability of quadratic Diophantine equationsMollin, Richard | |

## Group rings in which every element is uniquely the sum of a unit and an idempotentChen, J., Nicholson, W. Keith and Zhou, Y. | |

## Hartogs type theorems on coverings of Stein manifoldsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## HIV Blips May Not Be AccidentalAggarwala, Ben | |

## Holomorphic functions of slow growth on coverings of pseudoconvex domains in Stein manifoldsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Implementation of a Markov model for phylogenetic trees.Bohl, E. and Lancaster, Peter | |

## Local inequalities for multivariate polynomials and plurisubharmonic functionsBrudnyi, Alex and Brudnyi, Yuri | |

## L^p regularity of the Dirichlet problem for elliptic equations with singular driftRios, Cristian | |

## Metamodels of bias in Cox proportional-hazards and logistic regressions with heteroscedastic measurement error under group-level exposure assessmentBurstyn, I, Kim, Hyang Mi, Cherry, N and Yasui, Y | |

## Modeling and Pricing of Variance Swaps for Multi-Factor Stochastic Volatilities with Delay'Swishchuk, Anatoliy | |

## Nearly flat falling motions of the rolling diskCushman, Richard and Duistermaat, J. J. | |

## New Algorithms for Matrices, Polynomials and Matrix PolynomialsAmiraslani, Amirhossein | |

## On center sets of ODEs determined by moments of their coefficientsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## On Dekster's angle measure in Minkowski spacesLing, Joseph | |

## On Estimating HIV in IndiaAggarwala, Ben | |

## On Estimating HIV Prevalence in Canada, the United States and MexicoAggarwala, Ben | |

## On stability of some linear and nonlinear delay differential equationsBerezansky, Leonid and Braverman, Elena | |

## On the center problem for ordinary differential equationsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## On The Intervened Generalized Poisson DistributionScollnik, David | |

## On the perimeter of the intersection of congruent disksBezdek, Karoly, Connelly, Robert and Csikos, Balazs | |

## On the successive illumination parameters of convex bodiesBezdek, Karoly, Boroczky, Karoly and Kiss, Gyorgy | |

## On the transversal Helly numbers of disjoint and overlapping disksBezdek, Karoly, Bisztriczky, Ted, Csikos, Balazs and Heppes, Aladar | |

## Optimal portfolio problem with unknown dependency structureCheung, Ka Chun | |

## Oscillation of second-order nonlinear neutral delay dynamic equations on time scales,Saker, Samir H. | |

## Pipelined Computation of the Scalar Multiplication in Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems (Extended Version)Mishra, Pradeep | |

## Quadratic Diophantine equations x^2-Dy62=c^2Mollin, Richard | |

## Quasi-Empirical Bayesian Methodology for Improving Meta analysis.Saleh, A.K.Md.E, Hassanein, K.M., Hananein, R and Kim, Hyang Mi | |

## Randomly censored partially linear single-index modelsLu, Xuewen and Cheng, Tsung-Lin | |

## Range counting over multidimensional data streamsSuri, Subhash, Toth, Csaba and Zhou, Yunhong | |

## Rates of convergence of an adaptive kernel density estimator for finite mixture modelsKarunamuni, Rohana, Sriram, T.N. and Wu, Jingjing | |

## Representation of holomorphic functions on coverings of pseudoconvex domains in Stein manifolds via integral formulas on these domainsBrudnyi, Alex | |

## Rigidity of ball-polyhedra in Euclidean 3-spaceBezdek, Karoly and Naszodi, Marton | |

## Semiregular morphismsNicholson, W. Keith and Y. Zhou | |

## Sphere Packings RevisitedBezdek, Karoly | |

## Standards-based ozone dose response functions that predict forest growthPercy, K., Nosal, Miloslav, Heilman, W., Dann, T., Sober, J. and Karnosky, D. | |

## Standards-based ozone dose response functions that predict forest growth, published in a monograph Relating Atmospheric Source Apportionment to Vegetation Effects: Establishing Cause and Effect Relationships, A. H. Legge editorPercy, K, Nosal, Miloslav, Heilman, W., Dann, T., Sober, J. and Karnosky, D. | |

## Structural Ramsey Theory of Metric Spaces and Topological Dynamics of Isometry Groups (PhD Thesis)Nguyen Van ThÃ©, Lionel | |

## The hidden kernel of molecular quasi-linearity: Quantum monodromyBates, Larry and M. Winnewisser, B. Winnewisser, I. Medvedev, F. De Lucia, S. Ross | |

## The illumination conjecture and its extensionsBezdek, Karoly | |

## The isolated ideal of a correspondence associated with a topological quiverBrenken, B. | |

## The Karta-CASA Framework: Concept Mapping and Multi-Agent SystemsSedach, Vladimir, Lim, Eunice Xingfang, Fraser, Kurtis and Kremer, Rob | |

## The Pricing of Options for Security Markets with Delayed ResponseSwishchuk, Anatoliy and Kazmerchuk, Yuriy and Wu, Jianhong | |

## The proportional hazards regression model with staggered entries: a strong martingale approachBurke, Murray and Feng, Dandong D | |

## Total Energy Singular Vector Analysis for Atmospheric Chemical Transport ModelsLiao, Wenyuan, Sandu, Adrian, Carmichael G.R. and Chai, Tianfeng | |

## Wild Bootstrap Estimation in Partially Linear Models With HeteroscedasticityChen, Gemai and J. You |

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