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 6, No. 1  (May 2010)
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Asymptotic stability of time varying delay – difference system via matrix inequalities and application
RATCHAGIT, K.
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On Integral Complete r – partite Graphs
HÍC, P. and POKORNÝ, M.
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Appearance Transformation of 3D Objects Depicted in Images
MIHÁLIK, A. and DURIKOVIC, R.
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Handling Several Fluids in Computer Graphics Simulations
DURIKOVIC, R.
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Bias Corrected Bayesian Confidence Intervals for the Expectation and for the Variance of Lognormal Distributions
POTHUSCHAK, H.
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Extended Tanh method & Exp–Function method and its application to (2 + 1) – dimensional dispersive long wave nonlinear equations
ASGARI, A.; GANJI, D. D. and DAVODI, A. G.
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A Concept of Adaptive Fuzzy Regression Model Vs. Neuro – Response Surface – Based Optimization for Material Dispatching in a Single Stage Network
KAANODIA, K. K. and RIZWANULLAH, M.
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Tick host – seeking activity and tick – borne encephalitis incidence regression and homogeneity
HÖNIG, V.; STEHLÍK, M.; DANIELOVÁ, V.; DANIEL, M.; ŠVEC, P. and GRUBHOFFER, L.
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Exponential Stability of Switched Linear Systems
RATCHAGIT, K.
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Variational Iteration Method for Solving Klein – Gordon Equations
MOHYUD – DIN, S. T. and Yildirim, A.


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