The University of Saint Cyril and Metodius
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Journal of Applied Mathematics,
Statistics and Informatics
Editor in Chief: Vladimír Kvasnička
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ISSN 1336-9180 (print)
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Volume 6, No. 2  (December 2010)
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Integral transforms of the generalized Mathieu series
SAXENA, R. K., Pogány, T. K. and SAXENA, R.
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Asymptotic stability of linear continuous time-varying systems with state delays in Hilbert spaces
RATCHAGIT, K.
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On computing dominant eigenpair by Markov chain Monte Carlo method
VAJARGAH, B. F.,MEHRDOUST, F. and VAJARGAH, K. F.
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Generalized Measures of Fuzzy Directed-Divergence, Total Ambiguity and Information Improvement
BAJAJ, R. K. and HOODA, D. S.
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Majorization for the subclass of Analytic Functions Defined by Linear Operator using Differential Subordination
GOYAL, S. P., BANSAL, S. K. and GOSWAMI, P.
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A Study of Fractional Integral Operators Involving I-function, Generalized Hurwitz-Lerch-Zeta Function and the General Class of Polynomials
GUPTA, K. and AGRAWAL, V.
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Machine-Readable Linguistic Internet Resources as a Basis For Historical-Philological Studies
BARANOV, V. A.
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Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Dynamic Multi-level Distribution System
KAANODIYA, K.K. AND RIZWANULLAH, M.
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A New Efficient Stochastic algorithm for optimization problems and its improvement
VAJARGAH, B.F. and KANAFCHIAN, M.


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