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More papers are expected to appear in the next volume of the Australasian Journal of Combinatorics. ... A Fellow of the Australian Mathematical Society and of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications, Kathy leads the Information Security-Informatics Group in the School of Mathematical and Geospatial ...dblp:journals/ajc/Rao13 fatcat:e5sdarlywja7lhvrzpf3uixynu
The third cluster consists of three studies in the interface of Combinatorics and Algebra, and finally, the fourth cluster contains two studies in the interface of Combinatorics and Logic. ... In Chapter 3, "The Partition Bargaining Problem", Rothblum and Tangir study problems of dividing property consisting of finally many items among several agents through a mechanism that applies John Nash's ... Finally, this volume, and many workshops, international visits, courses and projects at CRI, are the results of a generous grant from the Caesarea Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild Foundation. ...doi:10.1016/j.dam.2007.09.015 fatcat:it62epefvnbrzkc3e4ew6vtmgu
In order to mark the 25th anniversary of the journal Creative Mathematics and Informatics, we give a brief account on the main facts on its evolution since the previous anniversary notice published 5 years ... ago [Berinde, V., Creative Mathematics and Informatics: Celebrating 20 years of publication, Creat. ... I would like to conclude by noting that since the publication of its first issue / volume of this journal in 1992, Creative Mathematics and Informatics has seen strong growth in both print circulation ...doi:10.37193/cmi.2016.02.01 fatcat:wzp3p7vfkbak3me5sa5rto3qfq
A survey on packing and covering problems in the hamming permutation space (2006) Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 13 (1), pp. 1-13 10. Barahona da Fonseca, J. ... A survey on packing and covering problems in the hamming permutation space. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 13(1), 1-13. 51. Gijswijt, D., Schrijver, A., & Tanaka, H. (2006). ...doi:10.1016/j.datak.2008.04.008 fatcat:xkgdz76effgp3lsjzeftlebspy
We thank Alessio Conte, Roberto Grossi, Veronica Guerrini, Giulio Pibiri, Nicola Prezza, Giovanna Rosone, Rossano Venturini (University of Pisa), and Andrea Marino (University of Florence) for their involvement ... and help in local arrangements. ... Since 2016, the CPM proceedings appear in the LIPIcs (Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics) series, as volume 54 (CPM 2016 ), 78 (CPM 2017 ), and 105 (CPM 2018) . ...doi:10.4230/lipics.cpm.2019.0 dblp:conf/cpm/X19 fatcat:pk4m4fdje5hzvncxblerji4vwe
(Datatähti), and the Baltic Olympiad in Informatics 2016. ... CSES is also known for the CSES Problem Set project whose purpose is to create a high quality problem collection for learning algorithmic problem solving, and also to document the history of programming ... Other contributors in the project are Matias Lahti and Henrik Lievonen. ...doi:10.15388/ioi.2020.08 fatcat:7sciure3kbhbfjiqowmk5w6jru
In this paper we attempt to design a network of problems selected specifically for discovery learning of algorithms and data structures from beginner to advanced level, targeted for secondary and high ... The key to that success is the excellently engineered network of problems that guide students through discovering the world of higher level mathematics. ... Table 2 Table 3 : 3 Problems for the second unit Central-European Journal of New Technologies in Research, Education and Practice Volume 2, Number 1, 2020. ...doi:10.36427/cejntrep.2.1.399 fatcat:3xror5xmo5agthvdijihitvmuq
: * 68005 Differential Geometry, 10th ......... * 53004 Intermediate Problems of Model Theory and of Universal Algebra, 3rd International Summer . *00025 Parallel Computing in Optimization, Nordic Summer ... Faddeev * 00020 Polytopes and Optimization, DMV .... * 52002 Series of the Mathematical Institute of the University of Miinster, Series 3, Vol. 24 ..... * 00021 Session: Journées Relativistes 99, 27th ...
Controllability of linear hybrid systems. (Russian) Optimal processes (Proc. Third All-Union Conf. on Problems of Theoretical Cybernetics, Novosibirsk, 1974). ... 57 #18912 93 development and distribution of production, application of econometry and sociology to the modeling of large-scale systems); prediction; expert opinions; optimal planning (multi-sector econ ...
A shape of pipe part consist of the longitudinal and cross section boundary curve. Also, it can be defined by only its center curve of the pipe. ... The results of this study show that we can evaluate the joint continuity between two adjacent pipe parts defined by line, Bézier and Hermit curves, using the various forms of its center and cross-longitudinal ... (ICCGANT) - Optimization of scheduling system for plant watering using electric cars in agro techno park Nelly Oktavia Adiwijaya, Yudha Herlambang and Slamin - Some Pictures of The 2015 International ...doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1008/1/012005 fatcat:zxfrxgju6rhphkfwt2ldtjmqxa
We prove that the discrete systemζn+1=Anζnis uniformly exponentially stable if and only if the unique solution of the Cauchy problemζn+1=Anζn+eiθn+1zn+1, n∈Z+,ζ0=0,is bounded for any real numberθand anyp-periodic ... Here,Anis a sequence of bounded linear operators on Banach spaceX. ... Families on Space of 𝑝-Periodic Sequences Yongfang Wang,1 Akbar Zada,2 Nisar Ahmad,2 Dhaou Lassoued,3 and Tongxing Li1 1 School of Informatics, Linyi University, ...doi:10.1155/2014/784289 fatcat:yiqfnylx45airblhlzdi2olu6m
The focus is set on computer manipulators -interactive dynamic models of mathematical and informatical object. ... The experience of implementing this approach within the framework of the Olympiad in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Informatics is described. ... A. participant can extend a number of examples and counterexamples to check the input of the response (the top line shows the answer of the problem). Fig. 3 . 3 Fig. 3. ...doi:10.15388/ioi.2017.01 fatcat:ncauc3jclfeflg7opjw75xeaoi
We go back to the principle of De Lange: The problem designer is not only dressing up the problem, but he is the solution designer, as well. ... Modelling and dressed-up problems play an inevitably unavoidable role in mathematics education. In this study we would like to point out how dangerous is it to dress up mathematical problems. ... The research was supported by the Mathlearnology Resrearch Group and the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund of Hungary, financed under the FK 124814 funding scheme. ...doi:10.5485/tmcs.2017.0433 fatcat:3fx7vtrovbhv7ixx7ls3b3e3o4
The aim of the present article is to give a characterization of distinctive features of the scientific seminar founded and led by the author as well as to show the main sides of its activities during half ... (ix) Combinatorics, graph theory, and discrete optimization. ... The first of them has been reproduced in volume 3 of the encyclopaedia  prepared by the International Soros Science Education Program. ...doi:10.15826/umj.2017.1.008 fatcat:4gtctbvp4vgolannh3dcu5cyxi
; and, finally, about several personal impressions of this distinguished scientist. ... I want to write about what I know and remember about the activities of Leonid Vital'evich Kantorovich, an outstanding scientist of the 20th century; about his dramatic struggle for recognition of his mathematical ... Its program and many of the talks are published in Zapiski Nauchnyh Seminarov POMI, vol. 312 (2004) ; the English translation of this volume appeared in Journal of Mathematical Sciences (New York), vol ...arXiv:0707.0491v1 fatcat:ryiqrmfusbfbnpyqvz5vewijba
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