Olga Kosheleva

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Geombinatorics Quarterly

Olga Kosheleva

2021

Article Title: Geometric Explanation for an Empirical Formula Describing Our Galaxy’s Warping

Co-Authors: Julio Urenda, and Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol XXX (4), 2021

Pages: 208


2018

Article Title – Why Asset-Based Approach to Teaching Is More Effective than the Usual Deficit-Based Approach, and Why the New Approach Is Not Easy to Implement: A Simple Geometric Explanation

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXVIII (2) 2018 

 Pages – 99 – 105


2017

Article Title – Geometric Symmetries Partially Explain why Some Paleolithic Signs Are More Frequent

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXVI (4) 2017 Pages – 141


Article Title – A Simple Geometric Explanation of Occam’s Razor

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXVII (1) 2017 

Pages – 15-19


Article Title – Why the presence of point-wise (“punctate”) calcifications or linear configurations of calcifications makes breast cancer more probable: a geometric explanation

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXVII (2) 2017 

Pages – 78-83


2016

Article Title – A Feasible Algorithm for Checking n-Scissors Congruence of Polyhedra in Rd

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXV (3) 2016 

Pages – 70 -75


Article Title – Why Injecting Fine Dust into a Tornado is more Promising than Injecting Coarse Dust: A Geometric Explanation

Co-Authors – Octavio Lerma and Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXV (3) 2016

Pages – 118 – 122


Article Title – Big Data: A Geometric Explanation of a Seemingly Counterintuitive Strategy

Co-Authors – Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue – Vol XXVI (2) 2016 Pages – 71-79


2015

Article Title: Interleaving Enhances Learning: A possible Geometric Explanation

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich and Octavio Lerma

Vol Issue: Vol XXIV (3) 2015

Pages:135-139


Article Title:  A Simple Geometric Model Provides a Possible Quantitative Explanation of the Advantages of Immediate Feedback in Student Learning

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich and Octavio Lerma

Vol Issue: Vol XXV (1) 2015 

Pages: 22– 29


2014

Article Title: Geombinatorics, Computational Complexity and Saving Environment: Lets Start

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol III (3) 1994

 Pages: 90-99


2010

Article Title: Early Start Can Inhibit Learning: A Geometric Explanation

Vol IssueVol XIX (3) 2010 

Pages: 108-118


2009

Article Title: Geometry of Cockroach Paths: A Possible Explanation

Vol Issue: Vol XIX (1) 2009 

Pages: 7-13


Article Title: On Chromatic Numbers of Space-Times: Open Problems

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol XIX (1) 2009  

Pages: 14-17


2008

Article Title: Rational Trigonometry: Computational Viewpoint

Vol IssueVol XVIII (1) 2008 

Pages: 18-26


2007

Article Title: Flight Cessna 771 Revisited: Geometry of a Plane Rescue 

Vol Issue: Vol XVII (2) 2007

Pages: 78-84 


2003

Article Title: Open-Ended Configurations of Radio Telescopes: A Geometrical Analysis

Co-Authors: Vladik KreinovichScott A StarksDima Iourinski, and Andrei Finkelstein 

Vol Issue: Vol XIII (2) 2003 

Pages: 79-85


1999

Article Title: Fast Implementations of Morphological Operations Using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)

Co-Authors: Sergio D. CabreraGlenn A. Gibson, and Misha Koshelev

Vol Issue: Vol VIII (3) 1999

Pages: 86-92


1998

Article Title: Chromatic-Number-Type Theorems are Logically Non-Trivial

Co-Authors: Wei Wang

Vol Issue: Vol VIII (1) 1998 

Pages: 169-174


Article Title: On Geometry of Radio Antenna Placements

Vol Issue: Vol VIII (2) 1998 

Pages: 46-49


1997

Article Title: Astrogeometry: Geometry Explains Shapes of Celestial Bodies

Co-Authors: Andrei Finkelstein and Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol VI (4)1997 

Pages: 125-139


1996

Article Title: How to Measure Arbitrary Distances using a given Standard Length (i.e., a Stick with Two Marks on it): It is Necessary, It is Theoretically Possible, It is Feasible

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol V (4) 1996 Pages – 142-155


1995

Article Title: Unit-Distance Preserving Theorem Is Logically Non-Trivial

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol IV (4) 1995

 Pages: 119-128


Article Title: Unit-Distance Preserving Theorem Is Logically Non-Trivial

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich

Vol Issue: Vol V (2) 1995 

Pages: 69-78


1994

Article Title: Inter-Stellar Travel and Simple Geometrical Combinatorics: How Many Trajectory Corrections are Necessary?

Co-Authors: Vladik Kreinovich and Ricardo Labiaga

Vol Issue: Vol III (4) 1994 

Pages: 129-136