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  • Vuchkov, Radoslav (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    Before we can speak of the maximum likelihood degree (ML degree), we should know the story of the maximum likelihood estimate (ML estimate). The ML estimate of given data (collected from sample realizations of the discrete ...
  • Rutherford, Erica Marie (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    Despite the amount of attention it has received, attempts to explain the distribution of genetic diversity have not been fully successful. Competing theories claim that neutral or selective processes have a greater ...
  • Rov-Ikpah, Beeior (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    The human brain receives and processes different kinds of information concurrently and makes decision without conflict. The brain utilizes its network of neurons that have both sensory and memory abilities for processing ...
  • Rhodes, Joshua Daniel (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    Convex optimization is the study of finding optimal solutions to various convex objective functions given a system of constraints defining a convex solution set. Interior point algorithms are utilized to obtain optimal ...
  • Reyes, Zaviera Bonita (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    While the factors are numerous, the mechanisms associated with the capacity for successful outcomes despite challenging circumstances (i.e., resilience) remain underexplored. One proposed mechanism is self-talk. Self-talk ...