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- MATT BAKER, ROBERT RUMELY
- 2004

This paper studies the Laplacian operator on a metrized graph, and its spectral theory.

- Henry Hexmoor, Brian McLaughlan, Matt Baker
- IC-AI
- 2005

Swarm control is an open problem. We are taking steps for systematic flight control of large numbers of UAVs. In this paper, we present our design and implementation of UAV group control in a fully implemented simulated UAV environment. We explore issues of limited user intervention, novel agent personality, and multi-theater load balancing.

- MATTHEW BAKER, MATT BAKER
- 2005

We provide a Mahler/Elkies-style lower bound for the average values of dynamical Green’s functions on P over an arbitrary valued field, and give some dynamical and arithmetic applications.

- Amy W. Apon, Matt Baker
- IEEE Distributed Systems Online
- 2007

Grid computing is taught at the University of Arkansas, focusing on the development of grid services, the Globus toolkit, and higher-level grid components. An early course, cluster and grid computing, successfully taught Globus materials to advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students. However, the material assumed advanced knowledge of Java… (More)

- Matt Baker
- MGMA connexion
- 2002

- Matt Baker, Dennis Clark
- 2002

The Prime Number Theorem asserts that the number of primes less than or equal to x is approximately equal to x log x for large values of x (here and for the rest of these notes, log denotes the natural logarithm). This quantitative statement about the distribution of primes which was conjectured by several mathematicians (including Gauss) early in the… (More)

- WILLIAM MCCALLUM, BJORN POONEN, +4 authors Anthony Varilly
- 2007

This is an introduction to the method of Chabauty and Coleman, a p-adic method that attempts to determine the set of rational points on a given curve of genus g ≥ 2. We present the method, give a few examples of its implementation in practice, and discuss its effectiveness. An appendix treats the case in which the curve has bad reduction. 1. Rational points… (More)

- Beverly J. Smith, Chris Carver, +7 authors John Luckey
- 2009

The key to understanding the physical processes that occur during galaxy interactions is dynamical modeling, and especially the detailed matching of numerical models to specific systems. To make modeling interacting galaxies more efficient, we have constructed the ‘Automatic Galaxy Collision’ (AGC) code, which requires less human intervention in finding… (More)

- Matt Baker, Dennis Clark
- 2001

The Prime Number Theorem asserts that the number of primes less than or equal to x is approximately equal to x log x for large values of x (here and for the rest of these notes, log denotes the natural logarithm). This quantitative statement about the distribution of primes which was conjectured by several mathematicians (including Gauss) early in the… (More)

- G E Briers, J R Lindner, G C Shinn, G W Wingenbach, M T Baker
- Communications in agricultural and applied…
- 2010

Agricultural and extension education--or some derivative name--is a field of study leading to the doctoral degree in universities around the world. Is there are body of knowledge or a taxonomy of the knowledge--e.g., a knowledge domain--that one should possess with a doctorate in agricultural and extension education? The purpose of this paper was to… (More)