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The present paper introduces an advanced five parameter lifetime model which is obtained by compounding exponentiated quasi power Lindley distribution with power series family of distributions. The EQPLPS family of distributions contains several lifetime sub-classes such as quasi power Lindley power series, power Lindley power series, quasi Lindley power series and Lindley power series. The proposed distribution exhibits decreasing, increasing and bathtub shaped hazard rate functions depending on its parameters. It is more flexible as it can generate new lifetime distributions as well as some existing distributions. Various statistical properties including closed form expressions for density function, cumulative function, limiting behaviour, moment generating function and moments of order statistics are brought forefront. The capability of the quantile measures in terms of Lambert W function is also discussed. Ultimately, the potentiality and the flexibility of the new class of distributions has been demonstrated by taking three real life data sets by comparing its sub-models.

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In this paper, we introduce a new generalization of Aradhana distribution called as Weighted Aradhana Distribution (WID). The statistical properties of this distribution are derived and the model parameters are estimated by maximum likelihood estimation. Simulation study of ML estimates of the parameters is carried out in R software. Finally, an application to real data set is presented to examine the significance of newly introduced model.

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In this paper, we introduce and study a new class σ, (α,λ) of meromorphic univalent functions defined in E = {z : z ∊ ℂ and 0 < |z| < 1} = E \ {0}. We obtain coefficient inequalities, distortion theorems, extreme points, closure theorems, radius of convexity estimates and integral operators. Finally, we obtained neighbourhood result for the class σp(γ,λ).

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In this paper, we have established topological soft sets over generalized topological spaces and topological spaces, and studied its structural properties. We have derived a topological soft set in any given topological space, and from this point of view, we have given necessary and sufficient condition for homeomorphic Alexandroff spaces using topological soft set technique. At last, we have derived a topological soft set using closed sets in any topological space and we have given necessary and sufficient condition for arbitrary homeomorphic topological spaces using them.

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A solution method for various systems of integral equations of the first kind is presented in this paper. The method starts off by transforming the systems via the application of the Leibnitz’s derivation technique and then employs three different decomposition methods based on the Standard Adomian decomposition method (SADM) for solutions. To demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed method, some illustrative examples are considered and the obtained results indicate that the approach is indeed of practical interest.

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This paper introduces a stochastic approach to case numbers of a pandemic disease. By defining the stochastic process random walk process is used. Some stochastic aspects for this disease are argued before stochastic study is started. During random walk process modeling new patients, recovering patients and dead conclusions are modelled and probabilities changes in some stages. Let the structure of this study includes vanishing process as a walk step, some wave happenings like big differences about spread speed as a big step in treatment- an effective vaccine or an influential chemical usage- a second corona virus pumping with virus mutation, a second global happening which bumping virus spread are defined as stages. This study only simulates a stochastic process of corona virus effects.

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In this article I want to continue the characteristics of philosophical methods specific to analytical philosophy, which were and are important for Professor Jan Woleński. So I refer to his work on the methods of analytical philosophy, but I also point out a few new methods that have grown up in the climate of studies of philosophers, especially analytical ontologists. I will therefore describe the following methods: generalization, specialization, formalization, de-formalization and topological hermeneutics. Instead of the term “method” I use interchangeably the terms “operation” or “procedure”. I will show that each of these operations makes an important contribution to ontological investigations, and, in particular, to formal ontology.

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The Euclidean ideal of mathematics as well as all the foundational schools in the philosophy of mathematics have been contested by the new approach, called the “maverick” trend in the philosophy of mathematics. Several points made by its main representatives are mentioned – from the revisability of actual proofs to the stress on real mathematical practice as opposed to its idealized reconstruction. Main features of real proofs are then mentioned; for example, whether they are convincing, understandable, and/or explanatory. Therefore, the new approach questions Hilbert’s Thesis, according to which a correct mathematical proof is in principle reducible to a formal proof, based on explicit axioms and logic.

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Departing from basic concepts in abstract logics, this paper introduces two concepts: conjunctive and disjunctive limits. These notions are used to formalize levels of modal operators.