Closed mark-recapture experiments are widely used to estimate population size even though the assumption of "closed population"' is often violated (immigrations and emigrations) compared to open population models. This ...
In this report we consider a drug-design problem as it typically appears in Chinese medicine, where a large number of potentially active components are combined into one herbal therapy. The problem is posed by the SinoVeda ...
We show that normal elements in simple AF-algebras with countably many extremal traces (such as UHF-algebras and matroid algebras) can be approximated by normal elements with finite spectra. Other AF-algebras are shown to ...
We give an answer to the question when the unitary group of the corona algebra of a simple AF-algebra is connected. We also compute the K-groups of the multiplier algebras and corona algebras of certain simple C*-algebras. ...
The anisotropic Manev problem describes the motion of two bodies in an Euclidean space in which the gravitational force acts differently in each direction. The potential is the sum between the inverse and the inverse ...
Ignoring the way the exchange of goods takes place and taking into account only the result of the trade, we analyze the relation between demand, supply, and prices. We prove that in a free-market economy ruled only by ...
The authors develop closed-form sums of several interesting families of series associated with the Digamma (or Psi) function and harmonic numbers. A number of illustrative examples and applications of the main results are ...
Various families of linear operators are becoming increasingly useful in Geometric Function Theory which is the study of the relationship between the analytic properties of a given function and the geometric properties of ...
E.P. Merkes and W.T. Scott [Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 12(1961), 885-888] proved an interesting result characterizing starlike hypergeometric functions. More recently, B.C. Carlson and D.B. Shaffer [SIAM J. Math. Anal. 15(1984), ...
In the present paper the authors prove a Parseval-Goldstein type theorem involving the classical Laplace transform, the Fourier sine transform, and Widder's potential transform. The theorem is then shown to yield a simple ...
The generalized bilevel programming problem (GBLP) is a mathematical programming problem with variational inequality constraints. In this paper by error bound approach, we establish some equivalent single level formulation ...
A useful and simple algorithm is presented for interactively generating B-spline interpolation curves and surfaces from B-spline approximation solutions. The difference between the data points and the B-spline approximation ...
Applying various properties of a certain class of linear integral operators, the authors prove a number of theorems which provide interesting characterizations of starlike and convex generalized hypergeometric functions. ...