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A Complex Networks Approach to Analysing the Erdős-Straus Conjecture and Related Problems

Computer Science
About the Scholar: Vikhyath Mondreti grew up in India and attended The International School Bangalore in Bangalore, India. The Research: Computational networks are now widely used to analyze the relationships of elements in intricate systems in all fields of study, from pure mathematics to the social sciences. The Erdős-Straus Conjecture, while not fully proven, has […]

A Blended Culture: Greater Houston Area’s Native American Children’s Contest Powwow

Computer Science
About the Scholar: Ruochen Jin grew up in Canada and attended The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas, USA. The Research: Most Native American communities value passing on their traditions to their children, who are mostly immersed in today’s technological American culture. Contest powwows are one way to do this. To examine how these […]
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Fast Video Retargeting Based on Seam Carving with Parental Labeling

Computer Science
About the Scholar: Pioneer Scholar Chuning is from Beijing, China, where he attended The Experimental High School Attached to Beijing Normal University The Research: Chuning designed a method of reformatting videos for compatibility on different devices that improves upon the popular video resizing method known as “seam carving.” Seam carving is an advanced image resizing […]

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