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Mathematical Models Colloquium, 2017

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The Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science held their RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM ON MATHEMATICAL MODELS on 17 February 2017 in CSM Room 227. The topics were:  
"Global and Local Trust Metric Applied to Recommender Systems", by Asst. Prof. Miguel Carlo S. Guillermo
"Application of Statistical and Mathematical Models for Research", by Assoc. Prof. Pedro A. Alviola IV
"A Comparison Between Conventional and High-Priority Bus Services in Davao City Based on Load Factor and Passenger Waiting Times", by Ms. Sherelyn A. Evangelio
"Is it the Ideal?", by Asst. Prof. Kimberly Hazel B. Camino
"Synchronization of Phase Oscillators: from Physics to Biology", by Lecturer Kim A. Gargar
"Smoothing River Discharge Time Series Computed Using the Velocity-Area Method", by Instructor Kim Dianne B. Ligue
"ARIMA: A Forecasting Model", by Instructor Kenneth P. Montajes
"GIS-Based Assessment of Soil Erosion Rate on Talomo Watershed Using RUSLE Model", by Instructor Engr. Maynard U. Usares, RPAE
"Public Assessment Tool for the Comprehension of Hazards Maps (PATCH)", by Ms. Christine A. Parcon
"Development of an Android Application for Flood Early Warning and Response", by Instructor Maureen D. Agrazamendez
"Identifying High-Contributing Areas of Non Point Source Pollution in Lipadas Watershed", by Mr. Gus Kali R. Oguis
"Doing More with Less with Cloud Computing" and "Best Practices in Singapore’s IT Education", by Asst. Prof. Vicente B. Calag

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