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 4, No. 2  (December 2008)
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Numeric Calculation in Context of Relational Architecture
DROZDOVA, V., NIKOLAEV, E., SHARAGOVA, G. and UDACHIN, J.
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On a new Quantitative - Qualitative Measure of Information
JAIN, K. C. and SRIVASTAVA, A.
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A Nearest Point Approach Algorithm for a Class of Linear Programming Problems
JURÍK, T.
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Approximate Solutions of Twelfth-order Boundary Value problems
MOHYUD-DIN, S. T.,NOOR, M. A. and NOOR, K. I.
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Generalized R-norm Information Measures
HOODA, D. S. and SHARMA, D. K.
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Regarding the (N,k)-threshold schemes realization based on modular arithmetic algorithms
MEZENTSEVA, O. and ALEKSEEV, A.
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Order Preserving similarities
DOBRAKOVOVÁ, J.
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Adaptive Fuzzy Regression Model for the Prediction of Dichotomous Response Variables Using Cancer Data: A Case Study
NAGAR, P. and SRIVASTAVA, S.
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Optimizing highly constrained examination time tabling problems
SINGH, E., JOSHI, V. D. and GUPTA, N.
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On Generalized R-norm Measures of Fuzzy information
HOODA, D. S. and BAJAJ, R. K.
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Oscillation of N-th Order Forced Functional Differential Equations
HAMEDANI, G. G. and VOLKMER, H.


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