The University of Saint Cyril and Metodius
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Journal of Applied Mathematics,
Statistics and Informatics
Editor in Chief: Vladimír Kvasnička
ISSN 1339-0015 (online)
ISSN 1336-9180 (print)
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Volume 3, No. 1  (October 2007)
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INTRODUCTION
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Homoclinic bifurcations in discontinuous differential equations
FECKAN, M.
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Real-time friendly representation of arbitrary BRDF with appearance
DURIKOVIC, R. and SEDO, I.
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Envelope theory and its application for a forest fire front evolution
Glasa, J. and HALADA, L.
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Discontuity of similarity relations
DOBRAKOVOVA, J.
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Generalized contact transformations
CHRASTINOVA, V. and TRYHUK, V.
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On the solutions of the first order nonlinear differential equations
MAMRILLA, D., SEMAN, J. and VAGASKA, A.
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On structural properties of random subgraphs of n-cube
TOMAN, E., BANIK, L. and STANEK, M.
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On symmetric information divergence measure of Csiszar's f-divergence class
JAIN, K. C. and SRIVASTAVA, A.
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Confidence interval for the Gasser-Muller estimator
POMENKOVA, J.
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Locating the mounth using weighted templates
KALINA, J.
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Web pattern oriented semantics of web pages
SNASEL, V., KUDELKA, M. and LEHECKA, O.
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Mathematical modelling of physical processes in thin pre-electrode lazer of a magnetic colloid
KANDAUROVA, N., CHEKANOV, V. and KANDAUROV, V.


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