Mary E. Zaccagnini, Kathryn Waud White
Mary E. Zaccagnini, Kathryn Waud White
Most emerging market economies (EMEs) which have implemented inflation targeting have continued to miss inflation target, even for countries with good institutions. This paper studies the importance of institutional quality such as central bank independence,...
The pulsed ultrasound-assisted solvent extraction was shown to be very efficient in the extraction of dyes.
Jia Pan, Sachin Chitta, Dinesh Manocha
In the current study, new functions called generalized fractional-order Bernoulli wavelet functions (GFBWFs) based on the Bernoulli wavelets are defined to obtain the numerical solution of fractional-order pantograph differential equations in a large...
Cong-Cong Li, Yucheng Dong, Francisco Herrera, Enrique Herrera-Viedma, Luis Martínez
Crop straw return increased soil organic carbon fractions in Guangde and Jiangyan, but just MBC and DOC in Qujialing.
People with physical disabilities view smart devices as a necessity than a lifestyle choice.
Yong Zhang, Dongjin Kwon, Kilian M. Pohl
Lawrence M. Nogee
Qasim Mahmood Rajpoot, Christian Damsgaard Jensen
Christopher H. Bennett, Aldo Jesorka, G. Wendin, Zoran Konkoli
Mitsuo Gen, Wenqiang Zhang, Xinchang Hao
Corson N. Areshenkoff, Daniel Bub, Michael E. J. Masson
Shu-Ping Chen, Keith S. Dobson, Bonnie Kirsh, Stephanie Knaak, Michelle Koller, Terry Krupa, Bianca Lauria-Horner, Dorothy Luong, Geeta Modgill, Scott Patten, Michael Pietrus, Heather Stuart, Rob Whitley, Andrew Szeto
The spatial–temporal spreading of a new invasive species in a habitat has interest in ecology and is modeled by a moving boundary diffusion logistic partial differential problem, where the moving boundary represents the unknown expanding front of the...
Fanny A. Kluge, Tobias C. Vogt
Motivated by the problem of finding explicit q -hypergeometric series which give rise to quantum modular forms, we define a natural generalization of Kontsevich's “strange” function. We prove that our generalized strange function can be used to...
Marisa Casillas, Michael C. Frank
In this paper we prove well-posedness and exponential stability for a general model of nonlinear acoustics. The key steps of the proof are a multiplicative splitting of the differential operator into a heat and a strongly damped wave part plus some lower...
This paper is aimed to address the study of techniques focused on the use of a family of anomalies based on a family of geometric transformations that includes the true anomaly f f , the eccentric anomaly g g and the secondary...
Graham Farrell, Nick Tilley
In this paper, we present the study of the local convergence of a higher-order family of methods. Moreover, the dynamical behavior of this family of iterative methods applied to quadratic polynomials is studied. Some anomalies are found in this family...
Mac Schwager, Philip Dames, Daniela Rus, Vijay Kumar
Muireann Á. Lynch, Mel T. Devine
Mona N. Shah, Shekhar Nagargoje, Chiranjay Shah
Traub’s method is a tough competitor of Newton’s scheme for solving nonlinear equations as well as nonlinear systems. Due to its third-order convergence and its low computational cost, it is a good procedure to be applied on complicated multidimensional...
Peter W. M. Blayney
Philip S. Trompetter
SOC management practices may favour the capacity of soils to sequester organic carbon.
The random variable transformation technique is a powerful method to determine the probabilistic solution for random differential equations represented by the first probability density function of the solution stochastic process. In this paper, that technique...
Paul Christoph Gembarski, Roland Lachmayer
This paper addresses the reconstruction of sparse vectors in the Multiple Measurement Vectors (MMV) problem in compressive sensing, where the sparse vectors are correlated. This problem has so far been studied using model based and Bayesian methods. In...
Thanos Papadopoulos, Angappa Gunasekaran, Rameshwar Dubey, S Fosso Wamba, Stephen J. Childe
A stochastic multi-strain SIS epidemic model is formulated by introducing Levy noise into the disease transmission rate of each strain. First, we prove that the stochastic model admits a unique global positive solution, and, by the comparison theorem,...
Line Christensen, Maria Befring Hovda, Tone Mari Rode
Ashley Casey, Tim Fletcher
Wolfgang Hofkirchner, Mark Burgin
Rapid and high precision detection of toxic metal ions is one of the chief requirements today to combat environment pollution. Gold nanoparticles play a key role in this by assisting the development of smart sensors and detection agents. Their high surface...
Nathan J. McNeese, Nancy J. Cooke, Robert Gray, Mike Fedele
Toru Shimada, Saburo Yuasa, Harunori Nagata, Shigeru Aso, Ichiro Nakagawa, Keisuke Sawada, Keiichi Hori, Masahiro Kanazaki, Kazuhisa Chiba, Takashi Sakurai, Takakazu Morita, Koki Kitagawa, Yutaka Wada, Daisuke Nakata, Mikiro Motoe, Yuki Funami, Kohei Ozawa, Tomoaki Usuki
Semi-supervised Discriminant Embedding (SDE) is the semi-supervised extension of Local Discriminant Embedding (LDE). Since this type of methods is in general dealing with high dimensional data, the small-sample-size (SSS) problem very often occurs. This...
Watershed investments, whose main aim is to secure water for cities, represent a promising opportunity for large-scale sustainability transitions in the near future. If properly designed, they promote activities in the watershed that enhance ecosystem...
S. Misra, J. Huddy, G. Hanna, N. Oliver
Maria Tilburg, van
S. N. Bharath Bhushan, Ajit Danti, Steven Lawrence Fernandes
Zhiguang Xia, Yonggang Lv, Xiaodong Pan, Feng Chen, Meng Xu, Gang Wu, De-shan Feng, Neville A. Stanton, Steven Landry, Giuseppe Di Bucchianico, Andrea Vallicelli
Ruggero Sainaghi, Paul A. Phillips, Emma Zavarrone
In this paper, we consider the 2-D nonhomogeneous incompressible magnetohydrodynamic equations with variable viscosity and variable conductivity. We obtain the global existence of solutions for this system with initial data in the scaling invariant Besov...
Maria Josefina Fider, Ma. Andrea Naguit, Mary Jef Rose Orata, Benette Custodio
Rudolf Grünig, Dirk Morschett
Dimitrios Mitroulis, Fotis Kitsios
Moustafa Dafer, Mohamad El-Abed
Joy Sen, Mouli Majumdar, Deepanjan Saha, Abhik Chaudhuri
Heather Coffey, Susan Harden, Katie E. Brown, Michael Williams
Bonface Ngari Ireri, Elijah Omwenga, Robert Oboko, Ruth Wario
François Charles Rovere, Tamotsu Murakami, Hideyoshi Yanagisawa
Alyssa M. Piasecki, Mary E. Fendley, Rik Warren
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Debra Satterfield, Sebastian Kelle
Bharath Sriraman, Roza Leikin
Jacqueline M Maingard
Tyrel J. Starks, Brett M. Millar
E. De Finis, Paola Gattinoni, Laura Scesi
Aquesta tesi esta centrada en la necessitat permanent d’incrementar l’eficiencia productiva dels productors dins un sector molt competitiu. Per aixo es proposa: i) Analisi de l’eficiencia i les variables que l’explicarien i ii) desenvolupament...
William Joe, Abhishek Kumar, U. S. Mishra
Christine Halling, Ryan M. Seidemann
Guan-Ting Liu, Wenzhi Chen
Johanna Koskialho, Jarno Einolander, Hannu Vanharanta
Françoise Le Deist
David Threm, Liguo Yu, S. D. Sudarsan, Srini Ramaswamy
Deping Cao, Edmond Lo Yat-Man, Wei Jian, Zhenhua Huang
Vitor Monteiro, M. J. Sepúlveda, J. C. Aparício Fernandes, J. G. Pinto, João L. Afonso
Iraj Mohammadfam, Fakhradin Ghasemi, Omid Kalatpour, Abbas Moghimbeigi
Labour market policies are multi-dimensional: their design depends on factors such as generosity, coverage, the combination of active and passive elements, and overall cost. Political conflict on one dimension often hides agreement on others, and social...
Ran Chen, Meng Liu, Kai Zhong, Zhongwei Li, Yusheng Shi
Michael P. Mortell, Brian R. Seymour
Rebecca Treiman, Kelly Boland
Ning Xu, Qiuyue Xu, Qiming Li
Bingqing Jiang, Peng Mao, Yongtao Tan, Xia Yao
Dan Jiang, Xiaoqin Li
In this paper, a novel selective ensemble strategy for support vector data description (SVDD) using the Renyi entropy based diversity measure is proposed to deal with the problem of one-class classification. In order to obtain compact classification boundary,...
Sibila Marques, Christin-Melanie Vauclair, Hannah J. Swift, Christopher Bratt, Maria Luísa Lima, Dominic Abrams
Justin Lauro, Ana I. Schwartz
In this paper, we present a new family of locally one-dimensional (LOD) schemes with fourth-order accuracy in both space and time for the three-dimensional (3D) acoustic wave equation. It is well-known that high order explicit schemes offer efficient...
Roberto Formisano, Jean Leclercq, Ilaria Malaguti
Ann Sloan Devlin, Cláudia Campos Andrade
Vance T. Holliday, Rolfe D. Mandel
Gery C. Karantzas, Omri Gillath
Snehlata Sewakdas Dongre, Latesh Malik
Joel S. Warm, Victor Finomore, Michael A. Vidulich, Matthew E. Funke
Manoj Tyagi, Manish Manoria
Richard G. Bagnall, Steven Hodge
Debarati Bagchi, Iman Kumar Mitra
Yufei Sun, Grace Aw, Ryan Loxton, Kok Lay Teo