6th Joint UTEP/NMSU Workshop on Mathematics, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences

University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso, Texas
Saturday, November 7, 2009

Objective of the joint workshops series. The main objective of these workshops is to initiate and enhance the interaction, exchange of ideas, and possible collaboration.

History.

Objective of this workshop.

Location: UTEP Campus, Quinn Hall 212, near UTEP Computer Science Building.

Program:


  9:00- 9:05 am official opening

  9:05- 9:30 am Somdev Chatterjee,
                Manuel Corona,
                Eric A. Freudenthal,
                Virgilio Gonzalez,
                Luc Longpre, and
                Avranil Tah
                Department of Computer Science, UTEP
                Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UTEP
                WRife: A Wireless Epidemic Data Collection Protocol
                Suitable for Medical Monitoring

  9:30- 9:35 am questions and discussion

  9:35-10:00 am Bivas Das and Eric A. Freudenthal
                Department of Computer Science, UTEP
                Modularized Trust Management for Distributed
                Coalition Environments

 10:00-10:05 am questions and discussion

 10:05-10:25 am break

 10:25-10:50 am Miguel Argaez, Rodrigo Romero, Anibal Sosa,
                Leticia Velazquez, and Aaron Velasco
                Computational Sciences Program, UTEP
                Department of Mathematical Sciences, UTEP
                On Optimization Techniques for Solving
                Joint Inversion Geophysical Problems

 10:50-10:55 am questions and discussion

 10:55-11:20 am Miguel Argaez, Osvaldo Mendez,
                Carlos Ramirez, and Leticia Velazquez
                Computational Sciences Program, UTEP
                Department of Mathematical Sciences, UTEP
                The Notion of the Quasicentral Path in
                Linear Programming

 11:20-11:25 am questions and discussion

 11:25-11:50 am Miguel Argaez, Carlos Quintero,
                Carlos Ramirez, and Reinaldo Sanchez
                Computational Sciences Program, UTEP
                Department of Mathematical Sciences, UTEP
                A Path Following Method for Large-Scale and
                Dense l1-Underdetermined Problems

 11:50-11:55 am questions and discussion

 11:55-12:20 pm Shubhra Datta and Martine Ceberio
                Department of Computer Science, UTEP
                Use of Interval-Based MCDM in Pricing Problem

 12:20-12:25 am questions and discussion

 12:25-12:50 pm Behzad Djafari Rouhani
                Department of Mathematical Sciences, UTEP
                Recent Results on the Asymptotics to a
                Class of Difference Equations of
                Monotone Type

 12:50-12:55 pm questions and discussion

 12:55- 2:05 pm lunch and discussions

  2:05- 2:30 pm John Harding
                Department of Mathematical Sciences, NMSU
                Modal Logics of Stone Spaces

  2:30- 2:35 pm questions and discussion

  2:35- 3:00 pm Jaime Nava,
                Juan Ferret, and
                Vladik Kreinovich
                Department of Computer Science, UTEP
                Department of Philosophy, UTEP
                Why Feynman Path Integration?

   3:00- 3:05 pm questions and discussion

   3:05- 3:30 pm Andrzej Pownuk
                 Department of Mathematical Sciences, UTEP
                 Calculating Risk of Cost in Civil Engineering
                 Projects by Using Imprecise Probability and
                 the Theory of Soft Sets

   3:30- 3:35 pm questions and discussion

   3:35- 3:55 pm break

   3:55- 4:20 pm Karen Villaverde
                 Department of Computer Science, NMSU
                 Graduate Level Game Design and Development
                 Course Taught with Alice

   4:20- 4:25 pm questions and discussion

   4:25- 4:50 pm Taewon Yang
                 Department of Mathematical Sciences, NMSU
                 Some Notes on Orthoalgebras

   4:50- 4:55 pm questions and discussion

   4:55- 5:30 pm general discussion

Local Organizers: Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich, and Luc Longpre

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