Dr. Robert A. Herrmann

Presentations

(32p) "A Solution to the General Grand Unification Problem or How to Create a Universe,'' Mathematical Association of America, Western Maryland Collage, Westminster Md, 12 Nov. 1994.

(31p) "Partial differential equations, separation of variables and relativistic alterations,'' Mathematical Association of America, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, Md, 13 Nov. 1993.

(30p) "A corrected derivation for the special theory of relativity,'' Mathematical Association of America, Coppin State University, Baltimore, Md, 14 Nov. 1992.

(29p) "New classical derivations for instantaneous velocity and the Second Law of motion,'' Mathematical Association of America, Marymount University, Arlington, VA, 16 Nov. 1991.

(28p) "The necessity for nonstandard analysis,'' Colloquium Lecture, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, 20 Feb. 1991.

(27p) "The necessity for nonstandard analysis,'' Mathematical Association of America, Towson State University, Towson, MD 17 Nov. 1990.

(26p) "How you can benefit from the USNA infinitesimal modeling project,'' Mathematical Association of America, Howard University, Washington, DC 14 Nov. 1989.

(25p) "Speculations and origins research,'' (invited address) Baltimore Cosmogony Convention, Essex C. C., 28 May 1988.

(24p) "The metamorphic universe,'' (invited address) Baltimore Cosmogony Convention, Essex C. C., 3 June 1987.

(23p) "Physics is legislated by a cosmogony,'' Math. Assoc. of Amer., Loyola College, Baltimore MD 22 Nov. 1986.

(22p) "Subparticles and realism in quantum theories,'' (Invited address) Baltimore Cosmogony Convention, Essex C. C., 1 June 1985.

(21p) "Subparticles and their mathematical generation,'' Mathematical Association of America, U. S. Naval Academy, 10 Nov. 1984.

(20p) "Nature: the supreme logician,'' (Invited address) Baltimore Cosmogony Convention. Essex C. C., 9 June 1984.

(19p) "Nature: the work of a supreme mathematical logician,'' (Invited address), Baltimore Cosmogony Convention, Essex C. C., 4 June 1983.

(18p) "The miraculous model,'' (Invited address), Winter meeting of the ASA, Pr. George's C. C., Washington, D. C., 21 Jan. 1983.

(17p) "Preconvergence compact and P-closed spaces,'' USNA Topology Conference, Annapolis, MD, 10- 13 March 1982.

(16p) "Mathematical Philosophy 1981 Status Report 1," Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation, Eastern College, St. Davids, PA, 23 August 1981.

(15p) "Extensions of maps defined on convergence spaces,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., San Antonio, 3 Jan. 1980.

(14p) "Perfect maps on convergence spaces,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., University of MN, Duluth 23 Aug. 1979.

(13p) "A nonstandard approach to pseudotopological compactifications,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., Biloxi, MS, 25 Jan. 1979.

(12p) "Theta-rigidity and the idempotent theta-closure,'' Annual Summer meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., Brown University, 4 Aug. 1978.

(11p) "A nonstandard approach to S-closed spaces,'' Topology Conference, University of Oklahoma, 16 March 1978.

(10p) "Generalized closeness,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., Atlanta, GA., 4 Jan. 1978.

(9p) "There are no unusual normed topological spaces in which bounded subsets are basically bounded,'' Math. Assoc. of Amer., University of Maryland, 30 April 1977.

(8p) "Perfect maps and convergence spaces,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., St. Louis, MO, 28 Jan. 1977.

(7p) "The Q-topology, Whyburn type filters and the cluster set map,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., San Antonio, 24 Jan. 1976.

(6p) "How to trivialize many results in topology,'' Math. Assoc. of Amer. Washington, D. C., Nov. 1975.

(5p) "A simple set-theoretic characterization for proximity spaces,'' Math. Assoc. of Amer., Washington, D. C., April 1974.

(4p) "More nonstandard characterizations for compact-like spaces,'' 8'th Annual Topology Conference, Charlotte, NC, March 1974.

(3p) "C-monads,'' 7'th Annual Topology Conference, Blackburg, VA, March 1973.

(2p) "V-filters,'' Annual meeting of the Amer. Math. Soc., Dallas, TX, 26 Jan. 1973.

(1p) "When may we conclude from a monadic characterization that a topological property is hereditary,'' Math. Assoc. of Amer. USNA, Annapolis, MD, 18 Nov. 1972.


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