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This community houses the papers, scholarship and creative works produced by the CSUN Department of Mathematics' faculty and students. Faculty are given individual collections to showcase their work. Student works, including papers and other assignments, are kept within individual course collections (i.e. BIOL 485). Master's theses for this discipline are included within this community but can also be found in the Electronic Theses and Dissertations Community.

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Department of Mathematics
California State University,
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330
Phone: 818-677-2721
Fax: 818-677-3634
Email: mathhtml@csun.edu

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  • Dawson, Donald; Fleishmann, Klaus; Li, Yi; Mueller, Carl (Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), 1995)
    In a one-dimensional single point-catalytic continuous super-Brownian motion studied by Dawson and Fleischmann, the occupation density measure λc at the catalyst's position Cis shown to be a singular (diffuse) random ...
  • Li, Yi; Jiang, Ming; Wang, Ge (BioMed Central, 2005)
    Optical molecular imaging is based on fluorescence or bioluminescence, and hindered by photon scattering in the tissue, especially in patient studies. Here we propose a computational optical biopsy (COB) approach to localize ...
  • Dai, Donghai; Beck, Brandon; Wang, Xiaofang; Howk, Cory; Li, Yi (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2011)
    The genetic model of tumorigenesis by Vogelstein et al. (V theory) and the molecular definition of cancer hallmarks by Hanahan and Weinberg (W theory) represent two of the most comprehensive and systemic understandings of ...
  • Nguyen, Cac; Gatica, Juan; Li, Yi (Elsevier, 1999)
    In this paper we will discuss the existence and non-existence of positive solutions to the problem: -Δu = λa(x) f(u), x є Ω | u(x) = 0, x є ᶏΩ (1.1) where Ω will be assumed to be a bounded domain in RN with smooth boundary.
  • Dawson, Donald; Li, Yi; Mueller, Carl (Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), 1995)
    We consider the one-dimensional catalytic branching process introduced by Dawson and Fleischmann, which is a modification of the super-Brownian motion. The catalysts are given by a nonnegative infinitely divisible random ...