Homework #9
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements, and argue
for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for those that
you believe are false.
If u is an eigenvector of A, then so is 2u .
u N ( A )
Differential Image Classification by Means of
Probability
Lisa AungYong
INTRODUCTION:
Department of
Mathematics
Multiresolution analysis is widely used in image
classification by generating random series of
numbers and combining outcomes. This
improves im
Application of Linear Algebra to Biological
Molecules: PCA Analysis of holo-Myoglobin
Christopher Bruner and Dr. Jen-Mei Chang
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, CSU Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90840
Introduction:
Principal
How to Keep Classified Information Classified
Lindsey Skelton
CSULB
Math247
Dr. Jen Mei Chang
Introduction
The type of ciphers used in this presentation are Hill
ciphers, named after Lester S. Hill, which were invented
in 1929. The message that has yet to
Introduction:
In the initial period of rapid
growth, kittens will put on
weight steadily, gaining about
15 grams or oz. a day. This
means that their nutritional
needs are constantly increasing.
However, to avoid food
addiction of one kind of food,
variety
How to be an attentive parent:
Using the Simplex Algorithm to find an optimal solution to a Linear Programming problem.
by Adam Heller
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, CSULB. Long Beach, CA
Introduction
Imagine that you’re a parent with three tee
Arnolds Cat Map
Ariana Aguirre, Mun Hee Cho
Math 247, Spring 2010
Introduction:
The purpose of this poster is to introduce the mapping know as
Arnolds Cat Map, discovered by Russian mathematician Vladimir
Arnold, and to explain some its properties using l
The Linear Algebra Perspective of The
Fibonacci Sequence and The Golden Ratio
Anthony Delarosa, Cassie Lewitzke, Tania Miller
Department of Computer Science and Department of Mathematics and Statistics, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach,
Linear Algebra & Genetics
John Gallego, Sunit Kambli, Daniel Lee
Math 247 Dr. Jen Mei Chang
Introduction
Throughout the study of Genetics there are many factors that take part in
why an organism looks and acts the way that they do, both in their physical
Applications of Systems of Linear Equations to
Electrical Networks
Reta Odisho
Department of Mathematics
Dr. Jen-Mei Chang
Introduction
Results
Electrical networks are a specialized type of network providing information
about power sources, such as batter
Cryptography
Rizmont Rion Angeles
Introduction
Cryptography is the study of the
techniques of writing and decoding
messages and code.
Affine Cipher
A much more effective shift cipher due to
its larger keysize
E a , b x=axb mod26 for a , b=0.25
Cipher: a p
Connectivity Matrix (also known as
Adjacency Matrix) and its applications to
Airline Flights
DISCUSSIONS
INTRODUCTION
Alfredo Fierros
Connecting Flights by eyeballing.
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Manhattan, New York
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Image Compression
Math 247: Linear Algebra
Asst. Prof. Jen-Mai Chang
Introduction
How it Works
The widespread use of digital
cameras with ever higher resolution
has place increasing demands on
storage technology. A key method
to reduce this demand is know
Modeling Physical Systems: Coupled Differential Equations
Jesse Burgess
Write in Matrix Form
Introduction
In physics, we often attempt to model a physical
system mathematically. Generally we wish to be able
to predict the state of the system at some time
Department of Mathematics
Encoding and decoding secret messages
Hill ciphers
Iulia Crivat
INTRODUCTION
Cryptography (from the Greek kryptos, hidden,
secret and grapho, I write) is the practice and study
of hiding information. In the language of cryptograp
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INTRODUCTION
EIGENVALUES & EIGENVECTORS
An eigenvector of an nxn matrix A is an
non-zero vector x: Ax = x for some scalar
. (called the associated eigenvalue of A).
Give Anx
Gino B. Aguirre
Introduction
Games of Strategy are games in which
the individual players decisions have
great importance in determining the
outcome of the game.
Examples of strategy games you may have heard of
Board Games:
oCheckers
oChess
oTick Tack Toe
Economic Forecasting with Least-Squares in Econometrics
Michael Aquino, Cesar Mendoza
Introduction
Economic forecasting is associated with making predictions
about the economy of a region or of the entire nation.
However, the ability to consistently and a
Homework #6
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false. Let S = cfw_u1 , u2 ,
Homework 1
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements, and argue
for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for those that
you believe are false.
2
If A and B are n n , then ( A B ) = A 2 2AB + B 2 .
I
Homework #5
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false. Let S = cfw_u1 , u2 ,
Homework #4
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false.
If A has a row of zero
Homework #5
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements, and argue
for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for those that
you believe are false. Let S = cfw_u1 , u2 , u3 , u4 , A = (u1 u2 u3 u4 ) ,
Homework 1
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false.
2
If A and B are n n ,
Homework #3
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false.
It is possible for A t
Homework #2
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false.
1
If A and B are inver
Homework #7
Problems to Be Handed-In
Consider the veracity or falsehood of each of the following statements. For bonus,
argue for those that you believe are true while providing a counterexample for
those that you believe are false.
If A , B and C are squ