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The Acoustics of the Choir in Spanish Cathedrals [Article]
(MDPI, 201812)One of the most significant enclosures in worship spaces is that of the choir. Generally, from a historical point of view, the choir is a semienclosed and privileged area reserved for the clergy, whose position and ...

The center of an infinite graph [Article]
(1996)In this note we extend the notion of the center of a graph to infinite graphs. Thus, a vertex is in the center of the infinite graph G if it is in the center of an increasing family of finite subgraphs covering G. We give ...

The convolution theorem for the continuous wavelet tranform [Article]
(Elsevier, 2004)We study the application of the continuous wavelet transform to perform signal 1ltering processes. We 1rst show that the convolution and correlation of two wavelet functions satisfy the required admissibility and regularity ...

The derivations of some evolution algebras [Article]
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)In this work we investigate the derivations of n−dimensional complex evolution algebras, depending on the rank of the appropriate matrices. For evolution algebra with nonsingular matrices we prove that the space of ...

The determining number of Kneser graphs [Article]
(2013)A set of vertices S is a determining set of a graph G if every automorphism of G is uniquely determined by its action on S. The determining number of G is the minimum cardinality of a determining set of G. This paper studies ...

The determining number of Kneser graphs [Article]
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The difference between the metric dimension and the determining number of a graph [Article]
(2014)We study the maximum value of the difference between the metric dimension and the determining number of a graph as a function of its order. We develop a technique that uses functions related to locatingdominating sets to ...

The Gauss map of surfaces in PSL˜2(R) [Article]
(Springer, 2015)We define a Gauss map for surfaces in the universal cover of the Lie group PSL2(R) endowed with a leftinvariant Riemannian metric having a 4dimensional isometry group. This Gauss map is not related to the Lie group ...

The general set in the MCIM Isotopic Model [Article]
(Springer Verlag, 2005)To obtain a bigger number of mathematical and physical applications of the Santilli’s isotheory, the latest studies have shown the necessity of analyzing isotopic models which use non associative laws. The main goal of ...

The General Set in the MCIM isotopic model [Article]
(Springer, 2005)To obtain a bigger number of mathematical and physical applications of the Santilli's isotheory, the last studies have shown the neeed of analyzing isotopic models which use non associative laws. The main goal of this paper ...

The homological reduction method for computing cocyclic Hadamard matrices [Article]
(2009)An alternate method for constructing (Hadamard) cocyclic matrices over a finite group GG is described. Provided that a homological model View the MathML sourceB̄(Z[G])ϕ:⇌HFhG for GG is known, the homological reduction ...

The maximum relative diameter for multirotationally symmetric planar convex bodies [Article]
(EleMath, 2016)In this work we study the maximum relative diameter functional dM in the class of multirotationally symmetric planar convex bodies. A given set C of this class is krotationally symmetric for k 2 {k1, . . . , kn} N, ...

The Menger number of the strong product of graphs [Article]
(Elsevier, 2013)The xyMenger number with respect to a given integer ℓ, for every two vertices x, y in a connected graph G, denoted by ζℓ(x, y), is the maximum number of internally disjoint xypaths whose lengths are at most ℓ in G. The ...

The mRNA degradation factor Xrn1 regulates transcription elongation in parallel to Ccr4 [Article]
(Oxford University Press, 20191010)Cotranscriptional imprinting of mRNA by Rpb4 and Rpb7 subunits of RNA polymerase II (RNAPII) and by the Ccr4–Not complex conditions its posttranscriptional fate. In turn, mRNA degradation factors like Xrn1 are able to ...

The number of conformally equivalent maximal graphs [Article]
(Springer, 2010)We show that the number of entire maximal graphs with finitely many singular points that are conformally equivalent is a universal constant that depends only on the number of singularities, namely 2n for graphs with n + ...

The pathvariance problem on tree networks [Article]
(Elsevier, 2004)Extensive facility location models on graphs deal with the location of a special type of subgraphs such as paths, trees or cycles and can be considered as extensions of classical point location models. Variance is one of ...

The resolving number of a graph [Article]
(2013)We study a graph parameter related to resolving sets and metric dimension, namely the resolving number, introduced by Chartrand, Poisson and Zhang. First, we establish an important difference between the two parameters: ...

The set of autotopisms of partial Latin squares [Article]
(2011)Symmetries of a partial Latin square are primarily determined by its autotopism group. Analogously to the case of Latin squares, given an isotopism Θ, the cardinality of the set P LSΘ of partial Latin squares which are ...

The Size of a Graph Without Topological Complete Subgraphs [Article]
(2000)In this note we show a new upperbound for the function ex(n;TKp), i.e., the maximum number of edges of a graph of order n not containing a subgraph homeomorphic to the complete graph of order p. Further, for ${\left \lceil ...

The thermistor problem with degenerate thermal conductivity and metallic conduction [Article]
(American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 2007)The aim of this work is to establish the existence of a capacity solution to the thermistor problem supposing that the thermal and the electrical conductivities are not bounded below by a positive constant value. ...