A nonlinear model of urban burglary dynamics emphasizes timing of criminal activity and accounts for the deterring effect of police presence.
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Mathematical models can simulate point accumulation and redemption in loyalty programs over time to evaluate potential host company decisions.
Nature can overcome the second law of thermodynamics and (nearly) exchange the temperatures of two substances.
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Matrices of small integers—innocuous as they may seem—can clearly provoke interesting behavior.
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On the occasion of a birthday celebration, Walter Gautschi describes his interest in different research areas.