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Mathematics Preprint List 2002

02.01 KAMPS, K.H. & PORTER, T.
2-groupoid enrichments in homotopy theory and algebra

02.02 BROWN, R. & PORTER, T.
The intuitions of higher dimensional algebra for the study of structured space

02.03 MUTLU, A. & PORTER, T.
Crossed squares and 2-crossed modules

02.04 BROWN, R. & WENSLEY, C.D.
Computation and Homotopical Applications of Induced Crossed Modules

02.05 KUNCHEVA, L.I.,
`Fuzzy' vs `Non-fuzzy' in combining classifiers designed by boosting

02.06 WHITAKER, C.J. & KUNCHEVA, L.I.,
Examining the relationship between majority vote accuracy and diversity in bagging and boosting

02.07 KUNCHEVA, L.I. & WHITAKER, C.J.,
Using diversity with three variants of boosting: aggressive, conservative and inverse

02.08 SKURICHINA, M., KUNCHEVA, L.I. & DUIN, R.P.W.,
Bagging and boosting for the nearest mean classifier: Effects of sample size on diversity and accuracy

02.09 BROWN, R., MOORE, E.J., PORTER, T. & WENSLEY, C.D.
Crossed complexes, and free crossed resolutions for amalgamated sums and HNN-extensions of groups

02.10 LAWSON, M.V.
E*-unitary inverse semigroups

02.11 SPARGO, A.W., RIDLEY, P.H.W. & ROBERTS, G.W.
Gilbert damping in polycrystalline thin films

02.12 SPARGO, A.W., RIDLEY, P.H.W. & ROBERTS, G.W.
Periodic finite element simulation of magnetisation dynamics

02.13 SPARGO, A.W., RIDLEY, P.H.W. & ROBERTS, G.W.
Geometric Integration of the Gilbert Equation

02.14 (revised as 04.19) BROWN, R., MORRIS, I., SHRIMPTON, J. and WENSLEY, C.D.,
Graphs of morphisms of graphs

02.15 PORTER, T.,
Geometric aspects of multiagent systems

02.16 BOOTH, P.I.,
Mapping Spaces for Homotopy Theory

02.17 BOOTH, P.I.,
Cofibrations, Cohomology, Fibrations, Identifications, and Mapping Spaces

02.18 BROWN, R. & JANELIDZE, G.,
Galois theory and a new homotopy double groupoid of a map of spaces

02.19 LAMBE, L.A., LUCZAK, R. & NEHRBASS, J.W.
Symbolic computation in electromagnetic modeling

02.20 LAMBE, L.A. & SEILER, W.M.
Differential equations, Spencer cohomology, and computing resolutions

02.21 BROWN, R.
Multiple groupoids as a non commutative tool for higher dimensional local-to-global problems

02.22 BROWN, R. & GLAZEBROOK, J.F.
Connections, local subgroupoids, and a holonomy Lie groupoid of a line bundle gerbe

02.23 ARVASI, Z. & PORTER, T.,
Freeness conditions for crossed squares of commutative algebras

02.24 BROWN, R. & HIGGINS, P.J.
Cubical abelian groups with connections are equivalent to chain complexes

02.25 BROWN, R. & HIGGINS, P.J.
The fundamental groupoid of the quotient of a Hausdorff space by a discontinuous action of a discrete group is the orbit groupoid

02.26 BROWN, R.
Crossed complexes and homotopy groupoids as non commutative tools for higher dimensional local-to-global problems

02.27 AL-ZAIDAN, A.S.
Mathematical Modeling of Marine Environment Contamination using Fuzzy Set Theory

02.28 ABAS, S.J.
Islamic patterns: the spark in Escher's genius

02.29 RIDLEY, P.H.W. & ROBERTS, G.W.
Variational approach to micromagnetics

02.30 RIDLEY, P.H.W. & ROBERTS, G.W.
Hybrid finite element/boundary integral methods for micromagnetics

02.31 KUNCHEVA, L.I., SKURICHINA, M. & DUIN, R.P.W.,
An experimental study on diversity for bagging and boosting with linear classifiers

02.32 KUNCHEVA, L.I.,
That elusive diversity in classifier ensembles

02.33 KUNCHEVA, L.I.,
Error bounds for aggressive and conservative AdaBoost

02.34 KELLENDONK, J. & LAWSON, M.V.,
Partial actions of groups

02.35 LAWSON, M.V., MARGOLIS, S. & STEINBERG, B.,
Expansions of inverse semigroups

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