Thesis Revisited

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Enough time has passed after the defense of my masters that I can stand looking at it again, so I did a git svn clone of my old svn thesis repo and put it on my gitweb. The scary-sounding title of my thesis was: Solitary Wave Families In Two Non-Integrable Models Using Reversible Systems Theory. It is 48 pages of gobbleygook unless you have some decent differential equations and linear algebra background. The presentation that I gave during my defense is at least a tiny bit more digestible. It at least has a Sherlock Holmes quote and some pretty pictures. One sentence english translation of my thesis: I found some solutions to some equations that people hadn't found before.

One chapter of my thesis was accepted and published in Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Here is the abstract. The actual print publication date is Volume 14, Issue 5, May 2009, Pages 1999-2005, but it is "pre-published" online.

Next on my list is to get LaTeX rendering to work in MovableType.

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