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Some advances in the research on Lie algebras [Presentation]
The main goal of this poster, which is written in the form of a survey and tries to show some aspects of the research of authors on Lie algebras, is to pay homage to the memory of Pilar Pisón Casares, who was firstly teacher ...
Estudio de la Isotopología de Tsagas-Sourlas-Santilli [Article]
(Hadronic Press, 2003)
Since his original proposal of 1978 to study Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible liftings of conventional, local-differential Hamiltonian formulations of point particles, the physicist R. M. Santilli suggested the contribution ...
A computational algebraic geometry approach to enumerate Malcev magma algebras over finite fields [Article]
The set of Mn(K) of n-dimensional Malcev magma algebras over a finite field can be identified with algebraic sets defined by zero-dimensional radical ideals for which the computation of their reduced Gröbner bases makes ...
Algebraic computation of genetic patterns related to three-dimensional evolution algebras [Article]
The mitosis process of an eukaryotic cell can be represented by the structure constants of an evolution algebra. Any isotopism of the latter corresponds to a mutation of genotypes of the former. This paper uses Computational ...
Classification of asexual diploid organisms by means of strongly isotopic evolution algebras defined over any field [Article]
Evolution algebras were introduced into Genetics to deal with the mechanism of inheritance of asexual organisms. Their distribution into isotopism classes is uniquely related with the mutation of alleles in nonMendelian ...
¿Es realmente Hipatia la primera mujer matemática de la historia? [Article]
(Universidad de Almería, 2011-04-29)
A particular case of extended isotopisms: Santilli's isotopisms [Article]
(Hadronic Press, 2006)
Due to a mathematical necessity, it has been proved that it is convenient to give a new interpretation of the multiplicity of Santilli's isounity Ib = Ib(x, v, t, µ, ρ, ...) of any Santilli's isotopism, as a family of ...
An Application of Total-Colored Graphs to Describe Mutations in Non-Mendelian Genetics [Article]
Any gene mutation during the mitotic cell cycle of a eukaryotic cell can be algebraically represented by an isotopism of the evolution algebra describing the genetic pattern of the inheritance process. We identify any ...