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Vol. 10, No. 1, 2017

Intrinsically triple-linked graphs in $\mathbb{R}P^3$
1–20

Jared Federman, Joel Foisy, Kristin McNamara and Emily Stark

A modified wavelet method for identifying transient features in time signals with applications to bean beetle maturation
21–42

David McMorris, Paul Pearson and Brian Yurk

A generalization of the matrix transpose map and its relationship to the twist of the polynomial ring by an automorphism
43–50

Andrew McGinnis and Michaela Vancliff

Mixing times for the rook's walk via path coupling
51–64

Cam McLeman, Peter T. Otto, John Rahmani and Matthew Sutter

The lifting of graphs to 3-uniform hypergraphs and some applications to hypergraph Ramsey theory
65–76

Mark Budden, Josh Hiller, Joshua Lambert and Chris Sanford

The multiplicity of solutions for a system of second-order differential equations
77–87

Olivia Bennett, Daniel Brumley, Britney Hopkins, Kristi Karber and Thomas Milligan

Factorization of Temperley–Lieb diagrams
89–108

Dana C. Ernst, Michael G. Hastings and Sarah K. Salmon

Prime labelings of generalized Petersen graphs
109–124

Steven A. Schluchter, Justin Z. Schroeder, Kathryn Cokus, Ryan Ellingson, Hayley Harris, Ethan Rarity and Thomas Wilson

A generalization of Zeckendorf's theorem via circumscribed $m$-gons
125–150

Robert Dorward, Pari L. Ford, Eva Fourakis, Pamela E. Harris, Steven J. Miller, Eyvindur Palsson and Hannah Paugh

Loewner deformations driven by the Weierstrass function
151–164

Joan Lind and Jessica Robins

Rank disequilibrium in multiple-criteria evaluation schemes
165–180

Jonathan K. Hodge, Faye Sprague-Williams and Jamie Woelk