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- Sarah Cannon, Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall
- SODA
- 2015

We study rectangular dissections of an n × n lattice region into rectangles of area n, where n = 2 for an even integer k. We show that there is a natural edgeflipping Markov chain that connects the… (More)

Given a planar triangulation, a 3-orientation is an orientation of the internal edges so all internal vertices have outdegree three. Each 3-orientation gives rise to a unique edge coloring known as a… (More)

- Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall, Amanda Pascoe Streib
- ANALCO
- 2011

Colloids are mixtures of two different types of molecules. The model has a hard-core constraint forcing all the molecules to occupy non-overlapping positions, but there are no additional interactions… (More)

- Stephany P. Parker, Toma Hunter, +4 authors Joy Standridge
- Journal of nutrition education and behavior
- 2011

OBJECTIVE
To identify health product and promotion channels for development of a Chickasaw Nation Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program (SNAP-Ed) social marketing program.
METHODS
The… (More)

We study the mixing time of a Markov chain Mnn on permutations that performs nearest neighbor transpositions in the non-uniform setting, a problem arising in the context of self-organizing lists. We… (More)

- Prateek Bhakta, Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall
- SODA
- 2014

The Schelling segregation model attempts to explain possible causes of racial segregation in cities. Schelling considered residents of two types, where everyone prefers that the majority of his or… (More)

- Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall, Amanda Pascoe Streib
- APPROX-RANDOM
- 2011

Colloids are binary mixtures of molecules with one type of molecule suspended in another. It is believed that at low density typical configurations will be well-mixed throughout, while at high… (More)

- Sarah Miracle, Scott Yilek
- IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
- 2016

We study the problem of constructing a block-cipher on a “possibly-strange” set S using a block-cipher on a larger set T . Such constructions are useful in format-preserving encryption, where for… (More)

- Prateek Bhakta, Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall, Amanda Pascoe Streib
- ArXiv
- 2012

A Self-Organizing list is a list that we would like to keep in mostly decreasing order of call frequency without knowing the frequencies at the outset. The Move-Ahead-One algorithm moves an item… (More)

- Sarah Miracle, Dana Randall, Amanda Pascoe Streib, Prasad Tetali
- ArXiv
- 2012

Given a planar triangulation, a 3-orientation is an orientation of the internal edges so all internal vertices have out-degree three. Each 3-orientation gives rise to a unique edge coloring known as… (More)