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 Book Id: WPLBN0002097043 Subjects: Non Fiction, Algebra, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Description Details...s itself to applications to several fields like coding or communication theory, Markov chains, representation of groups and graphs, Leontief economic models and so on. This book has for the first time, introduced a new algebraic structure called linear bialgebra, which is also a very powerful algebraic tool that can yield itself to applications. With the recent introduct... Full Text Search Details...ry, Markov chains, representation of groups and graphs, Leontief economic models and so on. This book has for the first time, introduced a new alge... ...eutrosophic bivector spaces. Their 6 probable applications to real-world models are discussed. We have aimed to make this book engrossing and ill... ...ng ones. Further we deal with a Smarandache analogue of Leontief economic models. 1.3.1 Smarandache Markov chains Suppose a physical or a mat... ...nding. Another natural question would be can we have at least some of the classical theorems and some more classical concepts to be true in them. ... ...ined. Here we define Smarandache bigroups and try to obtain several of the classical results enjoyed by groups. Further the study of Smarandache big... ...m G to invertible linear bi transformation on V = V 1 ∪ V 2 such that = xy x y ρ ρρ for all x, y ∈ G 1 ∪ G 2 here x = x 1 ∪ x 2 and y = y 1 ... ... G 1 ∪ G 2 here x = x 1 ∪ x 2 and y = y 1 ∪ y 2 . So ( ) ( ) 121212 xy 11 22 1 2 1 2 =∪=∪ ∪ xy xy x x y y ρ ρρρρρρ . Here we use 12 12 xxx ρ... ...hus if x and y are elements of G = G 1 ∪ G 2 then ( ) ( ) ( ) 1212 1212 xy x x yy1122 LLf ( z )L L LL( f ( z )f( z) =∪ ∪ ∪ by x R (f) (z) f(zx)...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097095 ► Abstract Description Details...A combinatorial map is a connected topological graph cellularly embedded in a surface. As a linking of combinatorial configuration with the classical mathematics, it fascinates more and more mathematician’s interesting. Its function and role in mathematics are widely accepted by mathematicians today. On the last century, many works are concentrated on the combina... Full Text Search Details...embedded in a surface. As a linking of combinatorial conﬁguration with the classical mathematics, it fascinates more and more mathematician’s interest... ...n as the system has been established, the contribution of combinatorics to classical mathematics, such as, the Riemann geometry and Smarandache geomet... ...ngs of a graph on a surfaces................10 2.5 Maps as a combinatorial model of Klein surfaces and s-manifolds .......... 12 §3 The semi-arc autom... ...le. 1.1.2 Deﬁnition of a Smarandache geometry By the history, we know that classical geometries include the Euclid geom- etry, the hyperbolical geomet... ...try. He also posed a question on the paradoxist geometry, i.e., ﬁnd a nice model on manifolds for this paradoxist geometry and study some of its chara... ... ofg onX α,β is an automorphism of the mapM. ♮ 2.5 Maps as a combinatorial model of Klein surfaces and s-manifolds 2.5.1 The model of Klein surfaces G... ...| 1 2 . In fact, for any ∀e u ,f x ∈ X1 2 (Γ), where, e = uv ∈ E(Γ) and f =xy∈E(Γ), if ξ1 2 (e u )=f x , then by the deﬁnition, we know that ξ1 2 (e v...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097086 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collection ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...GH. C. DINULESCU–CÂMPINA MODELLING OF RATIONALITY … … … … AND BEYOND THE PHYSICS sup(T)+... ...n Research Press Rehoboth 2002 2 GH. C. DINULESCU–CÂMPINA MODELLING OF RATIONALITY … … … … AND BEYOND THE PHYSICS ... ...mic edition. 6 “In another life, probably, my name was Thales” I. MODELLING OF RATIONALITY 1. A SPECULATIVE EXISTENTIAL MODEL OF THE RATIONA... ... the code branches intersections with the primary limit. The maximum area XY from within the primary limit is a genuine storage room of the subjecti... ... perpendicular from P to the primary limit. It is logical to designate the XY 9 segment of a maximum length (when P attains the secondary limit) a... ...nged after one or several materialization-spiritualization cycles, of the XY area, would ″arouse″ subconscious memories form a previous ″life″ − whi... ...t explanations for as many phenomena, and as it solves more aporias of the classical philosophy, even with the risk of triggering other ones. In fact... ...rdin Flonta, M. et al. −The Rise and Posterity of Classical Rationalism Gulian, I. –Human...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097119 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...tion that a material body cannot collapse to a point, and therefore such a model is inadequate. A more realistic model must be sought in terms of a no... ...nies his reference body, Alternatively, Landau and Lifshitz in their The Classical Theory of Fields [1] use the space signature (−+++), which gives ... ...s compressed. 8 Action of the feld without sources According to §27 of The Classical Theory of Fields [1], an elementary action for a whole system con... ...em a is a dimensionless quantity equal to 1 16π ”. According to §27 of The Classical Theory of Fields we havedS f =aF αβ F αβ dVdt= 1 16πc F αβ F αβ d... ... of the feld travels along the axis x 1 =x. Assuming the space rotating in xy plane (only the components A 12 =−A 21 are non-zeroes) and replacing the... ...We assume the space rotating around the axisx 3 =z (the rotation is in the xy-plane) at a constant angular velocity Ω. In this case A 12 =−A 21 =−Ω, A... ... a source of circular waves of the feld of time density propagating in the xy-plane. In this case the chr.inv.-feld strength tensor U ik has the non-z... ...e substantial supposition that the under action of gravitational waves the model will behave like a harmonic oscillator where the forcing power is in ... ...r made calculations and theoretical propositions for the behaviour of this model. This model is known as the quadrupole mass-detector [17]. The Weber ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097122 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...TY PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE OF 18 FEB 2005 Cover Montage by Bob Wise Models of X-1 Rocket Plane & San Francisco Cable Car by the Danbury Mint ... ...e, he had arrived to that “…in homogeneous isotropic cosmological 35 models spatial infinity of the Universe depends on our choice of that re... ...2nd revised ed.: CERN, EXT–2003–025). 5. Landau L.D. and Lifshitz E.M. The classical theory of fields. GITTL, Moscow, 1939 (ref. with the 4th final... ...81 E. Irvington Rd./Tucson, AZ 85709-4000 Abstract Space-forms that model material, material interactions, and the structure of metric space... ...spect to the space-time metric, and relativity gives the identification of (xy, zt) with (p(x), p(y), p(z),E) which leads to the idea that mass equa...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235234 Subjects: Non Fiction, Psychology, Psychopathology ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...am Vaknin The Viennese neurologist, Sigmund Freud, was among the first to offer a model of psychological development in early childhood (within th... ...regression. "You see, the actual issue is really a simple one … a simple change in classical [Freudian] theory, which states that autoeroticism dev... ...ce on significant others is the result of the non-separateness of the child, go the classical psychodynamic/object-relations theories. The self is... ...ce the child's conception and estimation of the self across many years. The working models of the self derived from early mother-child inter-action ... ...he aforementioned constant comparison between them) form what Bowlby calls "working models". These are constantly updated representations of both th... ...gh the agency of a classic narcissist. But the IN is no less a narcissist than the classical one. He is no less socially reclusive. A distinction m... ...s on the path to maleness. In rare cases, some women have a male's genetic makeup (XY chromosomes) and vice versa. But, in the vast majority of cas...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097108 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...enient representation of binary relation R(X, Y) are membership matrices R = [r xy ] where r xy = R(x, y). Another useful representation of binary ... ...is a cutworthy property of binary relation R(X, X) since it is preserved in the classical sense in each α-cut of R. This implies that the properties... ...], 0 ( , 0 [ ), ( ), 0 , ( , 1 ) 1 ( f a f a a f a (16) where f –1 is the classical inverse of f. A binary operator t : [0, 1] × [0, 1] → [0, ... ...study the non-linear optimization problems. They have presented an optimization model with a nonlinear objective function subject to a system of fuz... ... the user’s criterion function, they solve the following non linear programming model with fuzzy relation constrains min f(x) s.t x o A = b (... ...e user based on the objective function f(x). some related applications of this model with different objective functions can be found in [107] for m... ...j C, where δ j = (T j – O j ). Thus, the learning algorithm is similar to the classical back propagation but C is defined equal to C 1 – C 3 or ... ...n of the neutrosophic binary relation R N (X, Y) are membership matrices R = [γ xy ] where γ xy ∈ R N (x, y). Another useful representation of a bi...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097105 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...enient representation of binary relation R(X, Y) are membership matrices R = [r xy ] where r xy = R(x, y). Another useful representation of binary ... ...is a cutworthy property of binary relation R(X, X) since it is preserved in the classical sense in each α-cut of R. This implies that the properties... ...], 0 ( , 0 [ ), ( ), 0 , ( , 1 ) 1 ( f a f a a f a (16) where f –1 is the classical inverse of f. A binary operator t : [0, 1] × [0, 1] → [0, ... ...study the non-linear optimization problems. They have presented an optimization model with a nonlinear objective function subject to a system of fuz... ... the user’s criterion function, they solve the following non linear programming model with fuzzy relation constrains min f(x) s.t x o A = b (... ...e user based on the objective function f(x). some related applications of this model with different objective functions can be found in [107] for m... ...j C, where δ j = (T j – O j ). Thus, the learning algorithm is similar to the classical back propagation but C is defined equal to C 1 – C 3 or ... ...n of the neutrosophic binary relation R N (X, Y) are membership matrices R = [γ xy ] where γ xy ∈ R N (x, y). Another useful representation of a bi...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235224 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Economics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...s the construction of an ad-hoc mini theory. Reality has to be thoroughly surveyed, models constructed, one of them selected (on empirical or aesth... ...instances of the Principal-Agent Problem. Economists would do well to discard their models and go back to basics. They could start by asking: Why d... ... Yet, globalization, technology, (and capitalism) are as much in opposition to the classical, hermetic nation-state as is philosophical anarchism. ... ...rring well, and hoping for the best. No one, for instance, offered a linear revenue model of how to translate "eyeballs" - i.e., the number of visit... .... Space is a yarn. Einstein was the last classicist (relativity just means that no classical observer has any preference over another in formulatin... ...riously erode the tranquil continuity of yore. But the first serious crack in the classical (intuitive) weltanschauung was opened long ago with th... ...s on the path to maleness. In rare cases, some women have a male's genetic makeup (XY chromosomes) and vice versa. But, in the vast majority of cas...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235225 Subjects: Non Fiction, Religion, Philosophy ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...s the construction of an ad-hoc mini theory. Reality has to be thoroughly surveyed, models constructed, one of them selected (on empirical or aesth... ...instances of the Principal-Agent Problem. Economists would do well to discard their models and go back to basics. They could start by asking: Why d... ... Yet, globalization, technology, (and capitalism) are as much in opposition to the classical, hermetic nation-state as is philosophical anarchism. ... ...rring well, and hoping for the best. No one, for instance, offered a linear revenue model of how to translate "eyeballs" - i.e., the number of visit... .... Space is a yarn. Einstein was the last classicist (relativity just means that no classical observer has any preference over another in formulatin... ...riously erode the tranquil continuity of yore. But the first serious crack in the classical (intuitive) weltanschauung was opened long ago with th... ...s on the path to maleness. In rare cases, some women have a male's genetic makeup (XY chromosomes) and vice versa. But, in the vast majority of cas...
 Date: 1885, Volume 21 Book Id: WPLBN0002118023 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... Tiffany & Co. Hlllh Avenue and .17lh Si., New York Men's Gold Watches New Model 18 Karat Gold open-faceWatches suitable for young men \$60 Cuts sent u... ...oston College Mhees Fred E. Vocke, Representative Bemis' every two weeks ' MODEL LAUNDERING CO. North Adams, flass. Agents and Collectors DURFEE'07&VA... ...fany & Co. h'itili Avrniir RiiJ J7lti St., New York Men's Gold Watches New Model 18 Karat Gold open-face Watches suitable for young men \$60 Cuts sent ... ... defeated for office on the board of selectmen. The town voted no-license. Classical Teachers Meet The Classical Association of New England held its s... ...sociations of the middle and .southern states in the jniblica- tion of the classical journal al- ready established by these associa- tions. The ])rinc... ...am C. P. Rhoados '()(5. David E. Van (lioson '88 and Harold A. Nomor 'Of). Classical Society toRead Petronios The Classical society will hold its next... ... Kditor-iii-Chicf. >?-W-M»CLAY,J ,^K,. j ,\„„,.i,„e E.lilo.s K. H. WOOD i(/xy. \ M. I.. Krnst lycS, AliMiviii News. (}EHALD MYOATT 1908, A. .|. SaNTRV...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097042 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details.... Tilton, Echo Electronic Press, 1995; ch.4, "The Dynamic Equipotential Model." Top - The pattern of isochrons from a particle moving at the v... ...travel in time; but isn't that just a twist on the twins paradox? And the classical treatment of the twins paradox may now be seen as being another i... ... what is the real x-coordinate of a point x, y when it is not known which xy - coordinate system is meant." Thus, Born managed to downgrade the impo... ...cided on to meet the allotted budget and to decrease ship mass. Computer modeling showed two eco modules to be adequate for a full crew of 12. They...
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