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143 results.

Hamid Tavallaee
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Robabeh Mahtabi
Let M be an Rmodule. The module M is called multiplication if for anysubmodule N of M we have N = IM, where I is an ideal of R. In this paperwe state some basic properties of multiplication modules.

Heidari Tavani, Mohammad Reza
The existence of at least three weak solutions for a class of perturbed fourthorder problems with a perturbed nonlinear term is investigated. Ourapproach is based on variational methods and ...

Sridhara G.
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Rajesh Kanna
Let G be simple graph with n vertices and m edges. The energy E(G) of G, denotedby E(G), is dened to be the sum of the absolute values of the eigenvalues of G. Inthis paper, we present two new upper b...

Kai Lin Ong
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Miin Huey Ang
Every code in the latest study of group ring codes is a submodule thathas a generator. Study reveals that each of these binary group ring codes can havemultiple generators that have diverse algebraic ...

Aiyared Iampan
In this paper, we apply the concept of fuzzy translations of a fuzzy set to UPalgebras.For any fuzzy set $\mu$ in a UPalgebra,the concepts of fuzzy $\alpha$translations of $\mu$ of type \textrm{I} ...

Indah Emilia Wijayanti
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Dian Ariesta Yuwaningsih
In this paper we give a further study on fully prime submodules. For any fully prime submodules we define a product called $\am$product. The further investigation of fully prime submodules in this wo...

Feng Qi
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BaiNi Guo
In the paper, the authors establish two nice determinantal expressions and a recurrence relation for the ApostolBernoulli polynomials.

Refahi Sheikhani, Amir Hosein
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Mahamad Mashoof
In this paper we propose the collocation method to achieve the numerical solution of fractional order linearsystems where a Fractional Derivative is defined in the Caputo sense.We use Taylor collocati...

Behroz Bidabad
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Morteza Mirmorhamad Rezaii
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Mosayeb Zohrehvand
Let (M,g) be a Finsler manifold and TM0 its slit tangent bundle with the complete lift metric ~g.In this paper we prove that every infinitesimal complete lift projective transformation on (TM0,~g), is...

Hua Mao
Formal concept analysis is a method of exploratory data analysisthat aims at the extraction of natural cluster from objectattributedata tables. We present a way to add user's background knowledge tof...

Morteza Jafarpour
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Fatemeh Jantani
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Violeta Leoreanu
In this paper we introduce the notion of a strongly associative hyperoperation that we call SASS and obtain new class of semihypergroups....

Muhammad Akram
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Muzzamal Sitara
In this research study, we introduce the concept of bipolar singlevalued neutrosophic graph structures.We discuss certain notions of bipolar singlevalued neutrosophic graph structures with examples....

Faisal Faisal
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Intan MuchtadiAlamsyah
. For any natural natural number m, the mcluster tilted algebras are generalization of cluster tilted algebras. These algebras are defined as the endomorphism of certain objects in mcluster category...

Bijan Davvaz
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S. Omidi
In this paper, we introduce the notion of general hyperring $(R,+,\cdot)$ besides a binary relation $\le $, where $\le $ is a partial order such that satisfies the conditions: (1) If $a \le b$, then $...

Abolfazl Nikkhah
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Bijan Davvaz
In this paper, we investigate the concepts of strongly clean, strongly $\pi$regular and strongly $J_n$clean related to the ring $A=\begin{pmatrix}R&_RM_S\\0&S\end{pmatrix}$. Moreover, we giv...

Shahroud Azami
Let (M,F) be a compact Finsler manifold. Studying the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for the linear and nonlinear geometric operators is a known problem. In this paper we will consider the eigenvalue...

Hua Mao
Using the Hasse diagrams of concept lattices, we investigate therelations between matroids and geometric contexts, followed byjudging a mathematical construction to be a matroid. We provide anidea to ...

Julius Fergy T. Rabago
We show that the Diophantine equation 2x+ 17y = z^2, has exactlyve solutions (x; y; z) in positive integers. The only solutions are (3; 1; 5), (5; 1; 7),(6; 1; 9), (7; 3; 71) and (9; 1; 23). This note...

Harishchandra S. Ramane
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K. C. Nandeesh
The complementary distance (CD) matrix of a graph $G$ is defined as $CD(G) = [c_{ij}]$, where $c_{ij} = 1+Dd_{ij}$ if $i \neq j$ and $c_{ij} = 0$, otherwise, where $D$ is the diameter of $G$ and $d_{...

Hennie Husniah
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Sebrina Sebrina
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A. K. Supriatna
In this paper we discuss a mathematical model of two parties technology transfer from a leader to a follower. The model is reconstructed via dynamical system approach from a known standard Raz and Ass...