SCIREA Journal of Mathematics (ISSN: 2995-5823)

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Sarmad Abdulkhaleq Salih, Omar Ramzi Jasim
Abstract: The generalized modified Bessel distribution is one of the most suitable mixed distributions. It is the result of mixing the normal distribution with the generalized inverse Gaussian distribution.
In this paper, The optimal sample size Analysis has been taken from the generalized modified Bessel population to estimate
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Ala Eddine TAIER, Ranchao Wu
Abstract: In this paper, we study the existence of solutions for quasi-linear fractional differential equations with non-local condition using the Schauder fixed point theorem in Banach space. Later, we discuss a particular example which satisfies all the existence conditions.
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Ala Eddine TAIER, Ranchao Wu
Abstract: In this paper, we study the existence and uniqueness of solutions for Hadamard fractional sequential differential systems involving the Hadamard fractional derivative with orders α ∈ (1,2] and β ∈ (2,3]. The main tools in our study are Banach fixed point theorem and schauder fixed point theorem. An example is provided to il
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Siyi Yu, Xiaojun Zhang
Abstract: On the basis of set theory, propositional logic and generalized quantifier theory, this paper indicates that the other 23 valid syllogisms can be only derived from the syllogism IAI-4. These derivations use the symmetry of quantifiers no and some, the definitions of inner and outer negation of Aristotelian quantifiers, dedu
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Liheng Hao
Abstract: The simple and feasible methods for screening valid generalized modal syllogisms are as follows: (1) First, prove the validity of a generalized syllogism, then add at least one necessary modality (□) or possible modality (◇) to this syllogism, (2) Secondly, according to the basic fact that the conclusion of a modal syllogis
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Todor Zh. Mollov
Abstract: In the present paper we establish, that the universe is eternal, that is it has no beginning and no end in the time. If we accept the original Big Bang theory, i.e. that the universe has arose from an extremely small, dense and hot fireball by an unique big bang and an inflation which continues until now, then we pr
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Guojun Fang, Zhiqing Fu
Abstract: In the calculus class, some students were confused by the expression of Inverse Function in two forms, which causes difficulties in understanding how to calculate the derivative of Inverse Function. It was because they were taught to denote independent variable only by using x in high school. In order to help them understan
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Vimbiso Shiri, Xianyi Li
Abstract: This work mainly investigates the bifurcation problems and topological classifications of a discrete phytoplankton-zooplankton model, whose continuous version was proposed by Truscott and Brindley in 1994. The model is derived by using the semi-discretization technique. Within this study, trivial and semi-trivial fixed poi
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El Hadji SOW, Moussa FALL, Oumar SALL
Abstract: We give the set of algebraic points of degree ≤5 over Q on the hyperelliptic curveC: y²=6x(x^4+3). This result extends a previous result of Bruin of who described in [1] the set of Q-rational points on this curve.
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Nikolaos Manikaros, Evgenios Avgerinos, Roza Vlachou
Abstract: In this work and in the context of the preparation of the Doctoral Dissertation on the subject "Study of Mathematical Modeling for Creation and Mining of Knowledge with the aim of producing new Evaluation Models - Certification of Resource Management Criteria with the help of IT, conducting a Comparative Study and Applicati
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