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New Complex and Hyperbolic Forms for Ablowitz–Kaup–Newell–Segur Wave Equation with Fourth Order

. 3, 287 – 294, Ansari A.H. Guran L. Latif A. Fixed Point Problems concerning Contractive Type Operators on KST-Spaces Carpathian J. Math. 34 2018 3 287 294 [31] T.A.Sulaiman, H.Bulut, A. Yokus, H.M. Baskonus, On the exact and numerical solutions to the coupled Boussinesq equation arising in ocean engineering, Indian Journal of Physics, 1-10, 2018. Sulaiman T.A. Bulut H. Yokus A. Baskonus H.M. On the exact and numerical solutions to the coupled Boussinesq equation arising in ocean engineering Indian Journal of Physics 1 10 2018 [32] O.Ozer, A.Pekin, An Algorithm

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LAV Path Planning by Enhanced Fireworks Algorithm on Prior Knowledge

on controlling exploration and exploitation of firework algorithm//Advances in swarm intelligence Springer Berlin Heidelberg 11 23 10.1007/978-3-642-38703-6_2 [27] Zheng S, Janecek A, Tan Y.(2013) Enhanced fireworks algorithm[C]//Evolutionary Computation (CEC), 2013 IEEE Congress on. IEEE, 2069-2077. 10.1109/CEC.2013.6557813 Zheng S. Janecek A. Tan Y. 2013 Enhanced fireworks algorithm[C]//Evolutionary Computation (CEC) 2013 IEEE Congress on. IEEE 2069 2077 10.1109/CEC.2013.6557813 [28] Liu J, Zheng S, Tan Y. (2014),Analysis on global convergence and time

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The MAS NMR study of solid solutions based on the YAG crystal

, S. S., Kopczynski, K., Mierczyk, Z., & Frukacz, Z. (1999). Growth and characterization of YAG:Cr 4+ epitaxial films. Proc. SPIE , 3724 , 353. 8. Brog, K. C., Jones, W. H., & Verber, C. M. (1966). 27 Al and 89 Y nuclear magnetic resonance in yttrium-aluminum garnet. Phys. Lett. , 20 , 258–260. 9. Grimminck, D. L. A. G., Polman, B. J. W., Arno, P. M., Kentgens, A. P. M., & Meerts, W. L. (2011). EASY-GOING deconvolution: Combining accurate simulation and evolutionary algorithms for fast deconvolution of solid-state quadrupolar NMR spectra. J. Magn

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Designing optimal trajectories for a skimmer ship to clean, recover and prevent the oil spilled on the sea from reaching the coast

Methods in Applied Sciences Springer 16 2008 [12] S. Gomez, G. Fuentes, R. Camacho, M. Vasquez, J. M. Otero, A. Mesejo, N. del Castillo, Application of an Evolutionary Algorithm in well test characterization of Naturally Fractured Vuggy Reservoirs, Society of Petroleum Engineering, SPE No. 103931, 2006. Gomez S. Fuentes G. Camacho R. Vasquez M. Otero J. M. Mesejo A. del Castillo N. Application of an Evolutionary Algorithm in well test characterization of Naturally Fractured Vuggy Reservoirs Society of Petroleum Engineering, SPE No. 103931 2006 [13] S. Gomez, B

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Complex Network Theory and Its Application Research on P2P Networks

, thereby to improve the performance of the search algorithm. Some studies introduced small world characteristics to a structured P2P DHT network, for example, by modifying replication and cache replacement policies of Freenet, fast connections between nodes with small-world characteristics formed in [ 17 ]; the literature [ 18 ] improved Cayley graph, proposed a P2P model based on generalized cube-connected cycle, and designed a DHT protocol to adapt dynamic changes, making the network having a small-world characteristics. (2) Forming a hierarchical structure based

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Finite Element Analysis of Influence of Non-homogenous Temperature Field on Designed Lifetime of Spatial Structural Elements under Creep Conditions

correct final definition of part’s operating time. However, finite element solution of this problem requires creation of effective finite element base and special algorithms for regarding of temperature deformation and damage accumulation process. The purposes of this paper are: To highlight the effective finite elements for decision of two-dimensional and spatial stress-strained state problem and the developed technique for modeling of continual fracture process under creep loading condition regarding non-homogenous temperature field. To present the results

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Benefits of a dance group intervention on institutionalized elder people: a Bayesian network approach

, X_n) = \prod_{i = 1}^{n}P_B(x_i|\Pi_{x_i}) = \prod_{i = 1}^{n}\theta_{x_i|\Pi_{x_i}}. \end{array}$$ (1) These networks permit to summarize a number of conditional dependence relations graphically. The graph structure can also be used to represent cause-effect relationships through the edges and their directions between pairs of nodes. The structure can be determined by different algorithms such as expectation-maximization algorithm, evolutionary algorithms, Gibbs sampling-based algorithms, or expert knowledge, see [ 14 , 15 ]. In the case under consideration

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Applied mathematics and nonlinear sciences in the war on cancer

incorporating such approaches into biomedical models of disease (see e.g. the reviews [ 3 – 12 ]). Mathematical “dynamical” models have already been the basis of many theoretical proposals including: tumor control [ 13 – 15 ], adaptive therapies [ 16 ], metronomic [ 17 , 18 ] or protracted [ 19 ] therapies, implementing concepts from evolutionary dynamics [ 20 – 22 ], non-Darwinian dynamics [ 23 ], therapy personalization [ 24 – 28 ], to cite a few of very many examples. In addition, the definition of quantitative measures of the disease such as novel imaging biomarkers

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