**Torsion in the full orbifold K-theory of abelian symplectic quotients.**
Rebecca Goldin,
Megumi Harada, Tara
S. Holm. Geometriae Dedicata. 157, iss. 1(2012), 187-204. [pdf]

Erratum: In the
discussion preceding Theorem 6.2, we assert that the Bruhat cells on
the flag variety give equivariant Darboux charts near a fixed point of
the flag variety. This is false. In Example 6.4 we use this erroneous
assertion to justify a calculation of the orbifold K-theory of a
symplectic quotient of a flag variety of type B_3. Our calculation is
still valid provided that the level set is chosen to be close enough to
the fixed point. In addition, [Prop 2.8, Karshon-Tolman "Gromov
width..." [ArXiv:http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0405391]] provides an
equivariant Darboux chart which contains the level set as drawn in
Figure 6.2.

**The Full Orbifold K-theory of Abelian Symplectic Quotients.**
Rebecca Goldin,
Megumi Harada, Tara
S. Holm, Takashi
Kimura. Journal of K-theory 8 (2011), iss. 02, 339--362 [pdf]

**Toward a Semantic General Theory of Everything.** Alexei
Samsonovich, Rebecca Goldin, and Giorgio Ascoli. Complexity 15 (2010), no. 4, 12--18. [pdf]

**Towards Generalizing Schubert Calculus in the Symplectic Category.** R. F.
Goldin, S.
Tolman. *Journal of Symplectic Geometry *7 (2009), 449-473.[pdf]

**Weighted hyperprojective spaces and
homotopy invariance in orbifold cohomology.** Rebecca F.
Goldin. *Toric
topology, *99--110, Contemp. Math., **460**, *Amer. Math. Soc.,
Providence, RI,* 2008. [pdf]

**Orbifold cohomology of hypertoric varieties.**
Rebecca Goldin,
Megumi Harada. *
Internat. J. Math.* **19** (2008), no. 8, 927--956.[pdf]

**Orbifold
cohomology of torus quotients.** Rebecca
Goldin, Tara S.
Holm, Allen
Knutson. *Duke
Math. J.* **139** (2007), no. 1, 89--139.[pdf]

**Cohomology pairings on the
symplectic reduction of products.** R. F.
Goldin, S.
Martin. *Canad.
J. Math.* **58** (2006), no. 2, 362--380.[pdf]

**Cohomology of symplectic
reductions of generic coadjoint orbits.** R. F.
Goldin, A. -L.
Mare. *Proc. Amer.
Math. Soc. ***132** (2004), no. 10, 3069--3074.[pdf]

**Real loci of
symplectic reductions.** R. F.
Goldin, T. S.
Holm. *Trans. Amer.
Math. Soc. ***356** (2004), no. 11, 4623--4642.[pdf]

**Distinguishing the
Chambers of the Moment Polytope.** Rebecca F.
Goldin, Tara S.
Holm, Lisa C.
Jeffrey. *Journal
of Symplectic Geometry, ***2** (2003), no. 1, pp. 109-131.[pdf]

**An
effective algorithm for the cohomology ring of symplectic reductions.** R. F.
Goldin. *Geom.
Func. Anal., ***12** (2002) 567-583.[pdf]

**The cohomology ring of weight
varieties and polygon spaces.** R. F.
Goldin. *Advances
in Mathematics ***160** (2001), no. 2, pp. 175-204.[pdf]

**The equivariant
cohomology of Hamiltonian G-spaces From Residual S ^{1} Actions.** Rebecca
Goldin, Tara S.
Holm.

**Resolving singularities of plane analytic
branches with one toric morphism.** R. F. Goldin and B. Teissier, *Resolultion of Singularities,*
Progress in Mathematics **181** (2000), pp. 315-340. [pdf]

**Counting dendritic spines: a somatocentric
approach*** . *G. Ascoli and R. F. Goldin.

**Doting on data. Book review of Super crunchers: why
thinking-by-numbers is the new way to be smart. **Rebecca Goldin.*
Notices Amer. Math. Soc.* 56 (2009), no. 4, 483--487.

**Menopause Research: a Report on Select Literature. **Scientific Report prepared for the Hormone Foundation (2009), reviewed
by three MDs. On the Hormone Foundation website (5,000 words).

Frequently Asked Questions (about Hormone Replacement Therapy). (2009) On the Hormone Foundation website.

**Over 100 articles **posted online at
www.stats.org.

Neuronal Classification from Network Connectivity. Poster and Abstract at the International Brain Research Organization Conference, (2011). Florence, Italy.

The American Media’s Gap in Quantitative Reasoning, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Teaching of Statistics (2010).

Spinning Heads and Spinning News: How a Lack of Statistical Proficiency Affects Media Coverage, by R. Goldin.,
*Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings* (2009), Section on Statistical Learning.

**Semantic cognitive mapping of natural language,** by A. V. Samsonovich,
G. A. Ascoli, and R. F. Goldin. In B. C. Love, K. McRae, & V. M. Sloutsky
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science
Society, p. 1335.* Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, 2008.

The Use and Abuse of Statistics in the Media, by R. Goldin. AWM Newsletter, October, 2008.

**College Rankings: F,** *Chronicle of Higher Education,*
Nov. 3, 2006.

**How Summers Offended,** with G. Goldin and A. Foulkes.
Published in the *Washington Post* op-ed section, February 21, 2005.

**Kids and Sleeping Pills: Assessing the Media Coverage in
the 2005 Medco Report,** with Grace Harris. To appear in *
Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum (10 ^{th}
Edition)*, by Laurence Behrens and Leonard Rosen,
January 2007.

**Kirwan**** surjectivity for
preorbifold cohomology,** with T. Holm and A. Knutson. *Cohomological
Aspects of Hamiltonian Group Actions,* Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut
Oberwolfach, Report no. 20 (2004) 36-39.

**Writing about mathematics.** *Writing Across the
Curriculum Newsletter,* Volume VII, Issue II (2004).

**"The cohomology ring of weight varieties."** Rebecca Goldin.* Ph.D. Thesis,*
MIT (1999).
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