#### Submissions from 1967

Ordinal invariants for topological spaces, A. B. Arhangels╠ükii╠å and S. P. Franklin

An existence theorem for a class of nonlinear integral equations, Charles Vernon Coffman

An existence theorem for a class of non-linear integral equations with applications to a non-linear elliptic boundary value problem, Charles Vernon Coffman

On the growth and decay of discontinuities in fluids with internal state variables, Bernard D.(Bernard David) Coleman and Morton E. Gurtin

Some properties of gases with vibrational relaxation when viewed as materials with memory, Bernard D.(Bernard David) Coleman and Morton E. Gurtin

Thermodynamics with internal state variables, Bernard D.(Bernard David) Coleman and Morton E. Gurtin

Representation of faithful normal expectations in von Neumann algebras, Andre De Korvin

Estimating Dirichlet's integral and electrical conductance for systems which are not self-adjoint, Richard James Duffin

Optimum heat transfer and network programming, Richard James Duffin

Potential theory on a rhombic lattice, Richard James Duffin

Optimum shape of a cooling fin on a convex cylinder, Richard James Duffin and D. Kenneth. McLain

The discrete analogue of a class of entire functions, Richard James Duffin and Elmor L. Peterson

A convolution product for the solutions of partial difference equations, Richard James Duffin and Joan Helene. Rohrer

On compactness and projections, Isidore Fleischer and S. P. Franklin

Natural covers, S. P. Franklin

On the existence, uniqueness, and stability of solutions of the equation [sigma]'(u[subscript x])u[subscript xx] + [lambda]u[subscript xtx] = [rho subscript o]u[subscript tt], James M. Greenberg, Richard C. MacCamy, and Victor J. Mizel

A note on Cauchy's theorem, Morton E. Gurtin, Victor J. Mizel, and William O. Williams

An axiomatic foundation for continuum thermodynamics, Morton E. Gurtin and William O. Williams

Bounded generators of linear spaces, T Ito and Thomas I. Seidman

The Schwarzian derivative and disconjugancy of n-th order linear differential equations, Meira Lavie

On finite groups whose p-Sylow subgroup is a T. I. set, Henry S. Leonard

A simplified format for the model elimination theorem-proving procedure, Donald W. Loveland

Realization of temperature distributions, Richard C. MacCamy, Victor J. Mizel, and Thomas I. Seidman

Representation of additive and biadditive functionals, Victor J. Mizel and Sundaresan

A nonlinear oscillation problem, Nehari

Disconjugacy criteria for linear differential equations, Nehari

Inverse Holder inequalities, Nehari

Materially uniform simple bodies with inhomogeneities, W Noll

Representations of certain isotropic tensor functions, W Noll

On the concept of rate-independence, David R. Owen and William O. Williams

On unitary properties of Grunsky's matrix, Roger N. Pederson

Cauchy spaces., James F. Ramaley

Approximation of operator semi-groups, Thomas I. Seidman

On categories in general topology, Oswald Wyler

On completions of uniform limit spaces, Oswald Wyler

On subobjects in categories, Oswald Wyler

#### Submissions from 1966

A note on compactifications and semi normal spaces, Richard A. Alo and Harvey L. Shapiro

On the continuation of solutions of a certain non-linear differential equation, Charles Vernon Coffman and David F. Ullrich

Extrapolating time series by discounted least squares, Richard James Duffin

Full orders and their families of convex subgroups on locally nilpotent groups, George P. Graham

Miscellaneous mathematical notes, Ignace I. Kolodner and Roger N. Pederson

On lifting characters in finite groups, Henry S. Leonard and Katherine K. McKelvey

Existence and nonexistence in the large of solutions to quasilinear wave equations, Richard C. MacCamy and Victor J. Mizel

Banach sequence spaces, Victor J. Mizel and Sundaresan

Extremal problems for a class of functionals defined on convex sets, Nehari

A necessary condition for hyperbolicity of a polynomial with constant coefficients, Roger N. Pederson

#### Dissertations from 1955

On the Plastic Collapse of Structures and Linear Programming, William S. Dorn