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We report our initial investigations into reliability and path-finding based models and propose future areas of interest. Inspired by broken sidewalks during on-campus construction projects, we develop two models for navigating this " unreliable network. " These are based on a concept of " accumulating risk " backward from the destination, and both operate… (More)

- Bryan A. Knowles
- 2015

I present a simple numerical model based on iteratively updating subgroups of a population, individually modeled by nonnegative real numbers , by a constant decay factor; however, at each iteration, one group is selected to instead be updated by a constant growth factor. I discover a relationship between these variables and their respective probabilities… (More)

Continuing our preleminary work [2], we define the safest-with-sight pathfinding problems and explore its solution using techniques borrowed from measure-theoretic probability theory. We find a simple recursive definition for the probability that an ideal pathfinder will select an edge in a given scenario of an uncertain network where edges have… (More)

We perform social network analysis on 53 students split over three semesters and 13 groups, using conventional measures like eigenvector centrality, betweeness centrality, and degree centrality, as well as defining a variant of the Abelian Sandpile Model (ASM) with the intention of modeling stress propagation in the college classroom. We correlate the… (More)

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