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- Timothy P. Chartier, Erich Kreutzer, Amy Nicole Langville, Kathryn E. Pedings
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2011

Every year, people across the United States predict how the field of 65 teams will play in the Division I NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament by filling out a tournament bracket for the postseason play. This article discusses two popular rating methods that are also used by the Bowl Championship Series, the organization that determines which college football… (More)

- Matthew Heaton, Matthias Katzfuß, +4 authors Elizabeth Mannshardt-Shamseldin
- 2009

Global warming has become a generally accepted theory in the past decade or so. A recent wave of severe storms has raised the question of whether global warming has or will result in an increase in both frequency and intensity of such extreme weather events. This paper will examine large-scale indicators that are generally believed to be closely related to… (More)

The Plücker relations define a projective embedding of the Grass-mann variety Gr(p, n). We give another finite set of quadratic equations which defines the same embedding, and whose elements all have rank 6. This is achieved by constructing a certain finite set of linear maps V p k n → V 2 k 4 , and pulling back the unique Plücker relation on V 2 k 4. We… (More)

- Alex Kasman, Kathryn Pedings, Amy Reiszl, Takahiro Shiota
- 2005

The Plücker relations define a projective embedding of the Grass-mann variety Gr(k, n). We give another set of equations, which defines the same embedding, and whose elements all have rank 6 and are in fact obtained by pulling back the unique Plücker relation on 2 k 4. This is achieved through the construction of a finite set of linear maps k k n → 2 k 4… (More)

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