2005 Category Winners in
Mathematics & Software

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First Place: J1212
Liu, David C. Grade 7, Santa Clara County
Internet-Based Distributed Computing
Advisor: Mr. Francis Lee
School: Miller (Joaquin) Middle School, San Jose

Second Place: J1205
Budaeva, Nina Grade 8, Contra Costa County
An Efficient Strategy for Making a Choice from a Finite Stream of Offers
Advisor: Mr. Michael Wilson
School: Portola Middle School, El Cerrito

Third Place: J1211
Levit, Rachel Grade 8, Los Angeles County
Looking Out for Number One: Do Random Number Generators Follow Benford's Law?
Advisor: Dr. Jana Wiener
School: Crossroads School for Arts and Science, Santa Monica

Honorable Mention: J1209
Jacobs, Rebecca E. Grade 7, Los Angeles County
Simplex to Complex: From the Nimber-Simplex Graph to Codes, Lattices, and Groups
Advisor: Mr. Michael Sewell
School: Mirman School for Gifted Children, Los Angeles

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