Math @ Duke

Former Ph.D. Students of David G. Schaeffer
 Cain, John W. (December 15, 2003  2006)
Issues in the onedimensional dynamics of a paced cardiac fiber
 Aaron Ashih (1999  2001)
Spatial and stochastic models for population growth with sexual and asexual reproduction
 Cain, John W. (0000)
 Ashish, Aaron (19972001)
 Gordon, Michael (1993)
Perturbed scaleinvariant initial value problems in onedimensional elastoplasticity
 An, Lianjun (1991)
Loss of hyperbolicity in elasticplastic material at finite strains
 Wang, Feng (1991)
Numerical study of granular flow in a converging hopper
 Lehtinen, Risto (1986)
Granular flow in a tall silo
 Kuusela, Maija (1986)
Ideal plastic flow in volume preserving orthoganal coordinates
 Fehribach, Joseph (1985)
Perturbation methods for solid diffusion in an infinite two phase Stefan problem: liquidphase epitaxy in GaAlAs
 Pitman, E. Bruce (1985)
The flow of granular material in converging hoppers
 Goodrich, John (1983)
A mathematical analysis of a numerical algorithm for inert gas flow in a model avian parabronchial lung


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