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 Date: 2013, Volume: 7 Book Id: WPLBN0002828170 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Number Theory ► Abstract Description Details...This book systematically introduces the works obtained by using analytic methods on Smarandache problems, the book includes the basic knowledge of analytic number theory, mean value on some Smarandache sequences, infinite series involving some Smarandache functions, hybrid mean value of d...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002096587 Subjects: Non Fiction, Science, Number Theory ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...papers range from the mean value or hybrid mean value of Smarandache type functions, the mean value of some famous number theoretic functions acting... ...vely prime to n. It is clear that φ(n) and a m (n) both are multiplicative functions. In this paper, we shall use the elementary method to study the s... ...ementary method to study the solutions of the equation involving these two functions, and give all solutions for it. That is, weshallprovethefollowing... ...o: Xiquan Pub lishingHouse,1993,pp54. [2] Tom M. Apostol. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer Verlag,1976. ANEQUATIONINVOLV... ... proof of the theorem. First note that bothφ(n) andJ(n) are multiplicative functions, and ifn = p α , thenJ(p) = p− 2, φ(p) = p− 1, J(p α ) = p α−2 (p... ...s,XiquanPublishingHouse, Chicago,1993. [2] Tom M. Apostol. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer Verlag,1976. ONTHEFUNCTIONϕ(N... ...’an,Shaanxi,P.R.China Abstract The main purpose of this paper is using the analytic methods to study the mean valuepropertiesoftheDirichlet’sdivisorfu... .... Chicago: Xiquan Pub lishingHouse,1993. [2] Apostol T M. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer Verlag,1976. [3] Pan Chengdong a... ...: Springer Verlag,1976. [3] Pan Chengdong and Pan Chengbiao. Foundation of Analytic Number Theory. Beijing: Sciencepress,1997. [4] Zhu Weiyi. On the k...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002096874 Collections: Literature, Authors Community, Education ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...a library or archives, including a nonprofit educational institution that functions as such, may reproduce, distribute, display or perform in facsim... ... original. Someone can develop a computer program that performs the same functions as another copyrighted program but without taking any of the pro... ...wn code to interface with the existing work or duplicate its features and functions. 127 Similarly, other commenters described their efforts to com... ... a library or archive, including a nonprofit educational institution that functions as such, may make any copyright use of the work (other than cre... ...collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of NSF, including whether the information will have practical u... ...uke Melia Deborah Monika Handley Jeffrey L. Thomas Jason Glazer/GARD Analytics OW0103-Kolle OW0104-Jaye OW0105-Olnes OW0106-Long OW010...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097025 Subjects: Non Fiction, Drama and Literature, Copright Laws Collections: Literature, Authors Community, Education ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...a library or archives, including a nonprofit educational institution that functions as such, may reproduce, distribute, display or perform in facsim... ... original. Someone can develop a computer program that performs the same functions as another copyrighted program but without taking any of the pro... ...wn code to interface with the existing work or duplicate its features and functions. 127 Similarly, other commenters described their efforts to com... ... a library or archive, including a nonprofit educational institution that functions as such, may make any copyright use of the work (other than cre... ...collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of NSF, including whether the information will have practical u... ...uke Melia Deborah Monika Handley Jeffrey L. Thomas Jason Glazer/GARD Analytics OW0103-Kolle OW0104-Jaye OW0105-Olnes OW0106-Long OW010...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097027 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...stinct to set up things in a synthetic, or, if that is impossible, in an analytic way-through pulling to pieces or tearing up), is also determined ... ...an that which is not maD., it is compelled to make the world and God into functions of the soul. This is the spirit's illusion about the soul. e< F...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097093 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Description Details...dies on several topics of Geometry and Number theory. The material is divided into ve chapters: Geometric theorems; Diophantine equations; Arithmetic functions; Divisibility properties of numbers and functions; and Some irrationality results. Chapter 1 deals essentially with geometric inequalities for the remarkable elements of triangles or tetrahedrons. Other themes have ... Full Text Search Details...sef Sándor GEOMETRIC THEOREMS, DIOPHANTINE EQUATIONS, AND ARITHMETIC FUNCTIONS ************************************* AB/AC=(... ...A, ROMANIA Geometric Theorems, Diophantine Equations, and Arithmetic Functions Am... ...into ve chapters: Geometric the- orems; Diophantine equations; Arithmetic functions; Divisibility properties of numbers and functions; and Some irrat... ...le 20 may be considered also as an introduction to Chapter 3 on Arithmetic functions. Here many papers study the famous Smarandache function, the sour... ...c PC 2 = constant (5) can be deduced. Usually, (4) (or (5)) is proved via Analytical Geometry. 3. Let nowP 1 ;P 2 ;P 3 be the projections of interior... ... Mat. 1/1979, p.13. 5. D.S. Mitrinovic (in cooperation with P.M. Vasi c), Analytic Inequalities, Springer Verlag, 1970. 6. J. S andor, Sur la foncti... ...8; 9g (30) See also [11]. Bibliography 1. T.M. Apostol, An introduction to analytic number theory, Springer Verlag, 1976. 2. R.K. Guy, Unsolved proble... ...near (or further) future. Bibliography 1. T.M. Apostol, An introduction to analytic number theory, Springer Verlag, 1976. 2. M. Deaconescu and J. S a... ...e nement of relation (6). Bibliography 1. T.M. Apostol, An introduction to analytic number theory, Springer Verlag, 1976. 187 2. J. S andor, Some di...
 Date: 2013, Volume 3, No. 2, 2007 Book Id: WPLBN0002828574 Subjects: Non Fiction, Science, Algebra ► Abstract Table of Contents Details...S. M. Khairnar and M. More : Subclass of analytic and univalent functions in the unit disk 1 Y. Ma, etc. : Large quaternary cyclic codes of length 85 and related quantum error-correcting 9 J. Chen : Value distribution of the F.Smarandache LCM function 15 M. Bencz...
 Date: 2013, Volume: 5 Book Id: WPLBN0002828166 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Number Theory ► Abstract Description Details...f disciplines and it is the oldest branch of mathematics concerned by the study methods, can be divided into elementary number theory, number theory, analytic number theory, algebraic number theory, transcendental number theory, computational number theory, combinatorics number theory and so on....
 Book Id: WPLBN0002096588 Subjects: Non Fiction, Science, Number Theory ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...5 Yi Yuan, Liang Fangchi Mean value on two Smarandache-type multiplicative functions 69 Liu Huaning, Gao Jing On the Smarandache ceil function and the... ...olin and Guo Jinbao Asymptotic formulae of Smarandache-type multiplicative Functions 139 Yang Cundian and Li Chao On the integer part of the -th root ... ... Mingshun On some asymptotic formulae involving Smarandache multiplicative functions 163 Li Junzhuang and Liu Duansen Preface ... ...in Smarandache introduced hundreds of interest sequences and arithmetical functions, and presented many problems and conjectures in his life. In 199... ...dache Notions Journal, 2002, 13: 173-175. [4] Apostol T M. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1976. ON THE PRIMITIVE ... ..., Beijing University Press Beijing, 2003. [5] Apostol T M. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1976. MEAN V ALUE ON TH... ...dache Notions Journal, 2002, 13: 229-236. [2] Apostol T M. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1976. [3] Chengdong Pan ... ... Springer-Verlag, 1976. [3] Chengdong Pan and Chengbiao Pan. Foundation of Analytic Number Theory. Beijing: Science Press, 1997. ON THE ADDITIVE -... ...- bres. Crelle’s Journal, No.18, 1938. [3] Tom M. Apostol. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory, Springer- Verlag, New York, 1976, pp54. ON THE SMA...
 Book Id: WPLBN0004450901 Collections: Authors Community, Science ► Abstract Excerpt Details...TION AND WISDOM THE ATOM REPRESENTS THE PRODIGIOUS AND SUPERLATIVE UNIFIED CONCEPT OF OUR UNIVERSE THE ATOM IS THE PERFECT NATURAL MACHINE THAT FUNCTIONS WITH MAGNIFICENT BALANCE AND HARMONY AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT THE ATOM IS A FABULOUS CHUNK OF MATTER-ENERGY CONTINUUM WITH A PRODIGIOUS SELF-SUSTAINING PERPETUAL MOTION THE ATOM IS THE EMBODIMENT OF OUR SOLAR SYS... Table of Contents Details...F MATHEMATICS 76 THE ORIGIN OF ARITHMETIC 76 THE ORIGIN OF GEOMETRY 76 THE ORIGIN OF TRIGONOMETRY 77 THE ORIGIN OF ALGEBRA 78 THE ORIGIN OF ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 78 THE ORIGIN OF CALCULUS 79 THE PROPERTIES OF THE DIFFERENT MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 80 WHAT IS ARITHMETIC ? 81 WHAT IS GEOMETRY ? 81 WHAT IS TRIGONOMETRY ? 82 WHAT IS ALGEBRA ? 83 WHAT IS ANAL...
 Book Id: WPLBN0003466796 Subjects: Non Fiction, Science, Chemistry ► Abstract Excerpt Details...d a prodigious force that guides us with their fantastic order, symmetry and cycles, to attain the truth. A truth that constitutes the structures and functions of our existence! Science has a built in wisdom and intuitiveness, which compels us to find the inherited order of our world, in terms of NATURAL LAWS and MATHEMATICAL FORMULATIONS with great strength, uniformity ... Table of Contents Details...ur solar system as a mechanical universe. RENE DESCARTES (1596-1650) French Philosopher and Mathematician 53 Created his Cartesian Coordinates and Analytic Geometry. ROBERT BOYLE (1627-1691) Irish Physicist and Chemist 53 Proposed his corpuscular theory, revived Democritus’ theory. Published The Sceptical Chemist and initiated modern chemistry.   WILLIAM GILBERT ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235244 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Internet ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...t a video game console. It can access the Internet and perform other PC-like functions. It is occupying many of the roles of the gamer PC without bein... ...ame consoles. T o the extent that consoles like the Xbox take on some of the functions of the PC, consumers will naturally ﬁnd themselves choosing bet... ... it mean? Where do we see it? Why is it good? This part of the book oﬀers an analytic deﬁnition of generativity and describes its beneﬁts and drawback... ...al successes. Some principles jump out: Our information technology ecosystem functions best with generative technology at its core. A mainstream domin... ...ios and doorbells fall into this category—one must learn both how each piece functions and how to solder—as do antique car engines that the enthusiast... ... multifunction tools are not necessarily preferable to tools featuring fewer functions: “Take another look at the Swiss Army knife, one of those knive... ...t to the Internet for 21 days, it will shut down and lock.”). 11. See Caslon Analytics, http://www.caslon.com.au/volkscomputernote1.htm#morphy (last v...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235233 Subjects: Non Fiction, Psychology, Education ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...sciplines like psychiatry are all about. The ability to control "autonomous" bodily functions (such as heartbeat) and mental reactions to pathogens ... ...th strict separation of data (called: "structures") and instruction code (called: "functions" or "procedures"). The machine language reflected the ... ...n. Only when "intermixed" in the computer (as a software application was run) were functions able to operate on structures. This phase was followed... ...both data and instructions in self contained units. The user communicates with the functions performed by these objects - but not with their struct... ... what it does, or how does an external, useful function arise from internal, hidden functions or structures. Objects are epiphenomenal, emergent, ph... ... post facto and ad hoc constructions. None of this has methodological, systematic, analytic and predictive merits. Still, the theories in psycholog... ..., post facto and ad hoc constructions. None of this has methodological, systematic, analytic and predictive merits. Still, the theories in psycholo... ... post facto and ad hoc constructions. None of this has methodological, systematic, analytic and predictive merits. Still, these theories are powerf...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097095 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...plex algebraic curves. For introducing this concept, it is need to enlarge analytic functions to those of dianalytic functions ﬁrst. Now let f : A−→C ... ...braic curves. For introducing this concept, it is need to enlarge analytic functions to those of dianalytic functions ﬁrst. Now let f : A−→C be a mapp... ...= √ −1,z = x−iy and f(z) = u(x,y)+iv(x,y) f(z) = u(x,y)−iv(x,y)for certain functions u,v :A−→R. A mapping f :A−→C is analytic on A if ∂f ∂z = 0 (Cauch... ...f(z) = u(x,y)−iv(x,y)for certain functions u,v :A−→R. A mapping f :A−→C is analytic on A if ∂f ∂z = 0 (Cauchy-Riemann equation) and is antianlytic on ... ...to be dianalytic if its restriction to every connected com- ponent of A is analytic or antianalytic. Now we can formally deﬁne a Klein surface. A Klei... ...phism onto an open subset A i of C or C + ={z∈C :Imz≥0} and the transition functions φ ij =φ i φ − j :φ j (U i U j )−→φ i (U i U j ). are dianalyt... ...in surface viewed as an orientable surface with empty boundary and to be analytic functions. Whence, we have the following relation: {Riemann Suface... ...e viewed as an orientable surface with empty boundary and to be analytic functions. Whence, we have the following relation: {Riemann Sufaces}⊂{Klein... ...{(U 1 = d,φ 1 = 1 D )} in C are two Klein surfaces with empty boundary and analytic structures. If k(S),g(S) and χ(S) are the number of connected comp...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097060 Subjects: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Art ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...are subsets, but dynamically the components T, I, F are set-valued vector functions/operators depending on many parameters, such as: time, space, etc... ...es with respect to the observer (subjectivity is another parameter of the functions/operators T, I, F). For example: “John is smart” can be (.35, .... ...l and metaphorical comments – which are separated by blank rows. It is an analytical study, and it is related to multiple-valued logic because in alm... ...ugin | passed to that of "stable disequilibrium" (). A self-regulating ... ...h century). And later, to see that the neutrosophic scheme perfectly functions, Duality (Dvaita) ensues, through whom the Individual Being and ... ...n in a hyperspace). Facts exist in isolation from other facts (= the analytic philosophy), and in connection as well with each other (= Wh... ...more they stay the same. All mathematical objects are manifolds (not functions, as Alonzo Church asserted). The Eleatic School holds that ... ... That's why I plead for a philosophical system without system. Not quite analytic philosophy. Congratulations for your failure! If you are defeate... ...comment and argue with them. Everything put in a form of short sections (analytic philosophy), systematically concatenated on themes, notions, cate...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097103 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ant on many parameters, and therefore they can be considered set-valued vector functions or even operators. The parameters can be: time, space, etc.... ...changes with respect to the observer (subjectivity is another parameter of the functions/operators T, I, F). For example: “John is smart” can be (.3... ...I, F are subsets, but dynamically the components T, I, F are set-valued vector functions/operators depending on many parameters, such as: time, space... ...I, F are subsets, but dynamically the components T, I, F are set- valued vector functions/operators depending on many parameters, such as: time, space... ...1997. [5] Buhaescu, T., On an order relation between fuzzy numbers and fuzzy functions convexity, Itinerant seminar on functional equations, appr... ... is possible but requires a higher computational burden. The general and direct analytic computation of for a set with is not known and is still unde... ...d on the inclusion or non inclusion of with respect to proposition . No general analytic expression for has been derived yet even if can be obtained e... ...braic manipulations (65) The solution of this equation does not admit a simple analytic expression but can be easily found using classical numerical ... ...doubt then that the theory of neutrosophic probability opens up a new vista of analytical reasoning for the techno-savvy forensic accountant. In this...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235286 Subjects: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Science ► Abstract Full Text Search Details..."matched" or PLL filter whose properties let through the collapsed outcomes of wave functions (when measured) - or the "signal". The rest of the sup... ...l theories were proven to be distributed among discrete values (called attractors). Functions behave "catastrophically" in that minute changes in th... ...e the allowed ones. The complex of these processes is Consciousness and all these functions together constitute the Ego or the Administrative Syst... ... the basics of a new branch in Mathematics (and logic): computability or recursive functions (later to be developed into Automata Theory). The aut... ...tion seeking process. What Church and Turing did was to construct a set of all the functions whose values could be obtained by applying effective o... ...eses and the antitheses of the antinomies. The opposition in the antinomies is not analytic (no contradiction is involved) - it is dialectic. A met... ... An effect can be caused by many causes or many causes can lead to the same effect. Analytic tools - rather than experiential ones - are called for ... ..., post facto and ad hoc constructions. None of this has methodological, systematic, analytic and predictive merits. Still, the theories in psycholo...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097119 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ov Hydrodynamic Covariant Symp- lectic Structure from Bilinear Hamiltonian Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 D. Rabounski, L. Boriss... ...nal feld are the proper radius and the curvature radius, both of which are functions of r. The variable r is actually a Euclidean parameter which is m... ...)dt 2 −B(r)dr 2 −C(r) dθ 2 +sin 2 θdϕ 2 , (2a) A,B,C>0, whereA,B,C are analytic functions. I emphatically remark that the geometric relations betw... ...r)dr 2 −C(r) dθ 2 +sin 2 θdϕ 2 , (2a) A,B,C>0, whereA,B,C are analytic functions. I emphatically remark that the geometric relations between the c... ...+dz 2 − −H |x−x 0 |dx+|y−y 0 |dy+|z−z 0 |dz 2 , (5) whereF,G,H>0 are functions of D= q |x−x 0 | 2 +|y−y 0 | 2 +|z−z 0 | 2 =|r−r 0 |, andP 0 (x 0... ...J. Droste [9] and A. Eddington [10], that r 2 can be replaced by a general analytic function of r without destroying the spherical symmetry of (18). L... ... Schwarzschild’sR 2 and Hilbert’s r 2 can be replaced with any appropriate analytic functionC n (r) as given by (24), so the range and the bound- ary ... ...ntional conditions (see [19]) that must be met are inadequate, viz., 1. be analytic; 2. be Lorentz signature; 3. be a solution to Einstein’s free-spac... ...cle. Phys. Rev., 1958, v. 110, 965. 20. Levi-Civita T. Mechanics. — On the analytical expression that must be given to the gravitational tensor in Ein...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002096508 Subjects: Non Fiction, Military Science, Education ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ions of law. Therefore, the names of NSA/CSS employees and information that would reveal NSA/CSS functions and activities have been protected in accor... ...he used to call for that strike. Now, if the opposition brought to bear the full weight of their analytic resources they may be able to solve that cod... ... This, I assert, is healthy because you, a mere handful, are tasked with outthinking an opposing analytic force of rhaps 100 times your number who are... ...was possible to correlate tiDy SUfI" aDd drops in power WIth rotor motion adcertain othermachine functions. . Progrea in aamiDiDg the machiDes and dev... ...r motivation in pushins for these procedures was to provide defenses apinst conventional trafllc analytic: attacks to determine OB (order of battle). ... ...les with the potential for using micro-processors to program various crypto-Iosics and ancillary functions in a given box. Thus tbe concept of PCSM - ... ...l you." And there's a gobd rCll\$bn for this diftldence. A "No" answer sets an upper limit on our analytic power. A "Yes" answetl a IQwer limit. Both o... ...th improved COMSEC. Leu litely, but possible, is their potential for disc:overinJ and publisbinB analytic techniques that might put some U.S. cryptosy... ...e "diRction," but dItlICUIL or Impossible to remsc. A clauic example of these so-ca1I.cd one-way functions is the pheDomcnon tbat it isao~ bard to mul...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235224 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Economics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...d as murder. Phenomenology is deceiving: the acts look the same (cessation of life functions, the prevention of a future). But murder is the intent... ...t strives to alter that which exists with regards to its quantity, its quality, its functions, or its program / vision. All these parameters of chan... ...nly then can criticism be aired: "(In that which exists), the quantity, quality, or functions are wrong, lacking, altogether missing". The common e... ... Or, by creating voluntary, self-regulating organizations of free individuals whose functions parallel those of established hierarchies and institut... ...ehead concluded that mathematics was a branch of the logic of sets and that it is analytical. In other words: the language with which we analyse t... ...ure of things because they are, at bottom, self referential (equivalent to Kant's "analytic propositions"). IIC. Kant According to Kant, our sens... ...society of lack of self- awareness. But choice of words does not a coherence make. Analytic Summary of Kimball Lasch was a member, by conviction, o... ...sly critical sensibility exemplified by psychoanalysis and the degeneration of the 'analytic attitude' into an all out assault on ideals of every ki... ...ather than as a basis for enlightenment. The solution was to blend Marxism and the analytic method of Psychoanalysis (very much as Herbert Marcuse ...
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