Shiu, Anne individual record
Associate Professor
Positions:
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I have research interests in algebraic, geometric, and combinatorial approaches to mathematical biology; biochemical

dynamical systems; neural coding; algebraic statistics; and genomics.

selected publications
Academic Articles19
  • Lienkaemper, C., Shiu, A., & Woodstock, Z. (2017). Obstructions to convexity in neural codes. Advances in Applied Mathematics. 85, 31-59.
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  • Curto, C., Gross, E., Jeffries, J., Morrison, K., Omar, M., Rosen, Z., Shiu, A., & Youngs, N. (2017). What Makes a Neural Code Convex?. SIAM Journal on Applied Algebra and Geometry. 1(1), 222-238.
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  • Joshi, B., & Shiu, A. (2017). Which Small Reaction Networks Are Multistationary?. SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems. 16(2), 802-833.
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  • Félix, B., Shiu, A., & Woodstock, Z. (2016). Analyzing multistationarity in chemical reaction networks using the determinant optimization method. Applied Mathematics and Computation. 287, 60-73.
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  • Joshi, B., & Shiu, A. (2015). A Survey of Methods for Deciding Whether a Reaction Network is Multistationary. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena. 10(5), 47-67.
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Conference Papers2
  • Shiu, A. (2008). The Smallest Multistationary Mass-Preserving Chemical Reaction Network. ADVANCES IN NEURAL NETWORKS - ISNN 2014. 5147, 172-184.
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  • Morton, J., Pachter, L., Shiu, A., Sturmfels, B., & Wienand, O. (2006). Geometry of rank tests. 207-214.
Email
annejls@tamu.edu
First Name
Anne
Last Name
Shiu
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Mathematics; 3368 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3368
USA