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Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, 28:321{337, 1980.
"... We wish to thank the anonymous referee whose comments helped us in improving the contents and readibility of our paper. References [1] E. A. Bender. Asymptotic methods in enumeration. SIAM Review, 16:485{515, 1974. [2] W. Feller. An introduction to probability theory and its applications. Wiley,1950 ..."
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We wish to thank the anonymous referee whose comments helped us in improving the contents and readibility of our paper. References [1] E. A. Bender. Asymptotic methods in enumeration. SIAM Review, 16:485{515, 1974. [2] W. Feller. An introduction to probability theory and its applications. Wiley
Journal of Physics: Conference Series Strangeness and the Discovery of QuarkGluon Plasma
, 2005
"... Abstract. Strangeness flavor yield s and the entropy yield S are the observables of the deconfined quarkgluon state of matter which can be studied in the entire available experimental energy range at AGS, SPS, RHIC, and, in near future, at the LHC energy range. We present here a comprehensive analy ..."
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Abstract. Strangeness flavor yield s and the entropy yield S are the observables of the deconfined quarkgluon state of matter which can be studied in the entire available experimental energy range at AGS, SPS, RHIC, and, in near future, at the LHC energy range. We present here a comprehensive
Volume I: Computer Science and Software Engineering
, 2013
"... Algebraic algorithms deal with numbers, vectors, matrices, polynomials, formal power series, exponential and differential polynomials, rational functions, algebraic sets, curves and surfaces. In this vast area, manipulation with matrices and polynomials is fundamental for modern computations in Sc ..."
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Algebraic algorithms deal with numbers, vectors, matrices, polynomials, formal power series, exponential and differential polynomials, rational functions, algebraic sets, curves and surfaces. In this vast area, manipulation with matrices and polynomials is fundamental for modern computations
Selfconcordance at work: Toward understanding the motivational effects of transformational leaders.
 Academy of Management Journal,
, 2003
"... We extend existing theories by linking transformational leadership to "selfconcordance" at work. In two studies using diverse samples and methods, leader behaviors were associated with follower tendencies to set selfconcordant goals. In general, followers of transformational leaders vie ..."
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workings of transformational leadership " (1999: 24). Noting that current rational and economic theories of motivation cannot explain the transformational leadership process, Shamir, House, and Arthur (1993) offered a selfconceptbased theory. Although their theory is one of the best articulated
Combinatorial Structures and Generating Functions of Fishburn
, 2012
"... This dissertation reflects the author's work on two problems involving combinatorial structures. The first section, which was also published in the Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, discusses the author's work on several conjectures relating to the Fishburn numbers. The Fishburn n ..."
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This dissertation reflects the author's work on two problems involving combinatorial structures. The first section, which was also published in the Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, discusses the author's work on several conjectures relating to the Fishburn numbers. The Fishburn
Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A 103 (2003) 377–381 Note Proof of a monotonicity conjecture$
, 2002
"... If pkðPÞ is the number of integer partitions of kX1 whose parts lie in P; it is shown that pkðPÞ is an increasing function of k for P fn; n þ 1;y; 2n 1g; where nX3 is odd. This completes the classification of all such monotonic P with minðPÞa2; 3; or 5. r 2003 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. In ..."
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; using a computer proof (see [2,4]). The proof given here relies upon an identity for the rational function of the conjecture, which is our Lemma. A similar identity was found by Andrews [1] to establish the case when n is prime. The conjecture states that if n is odd, the number of integer partitions
Dedicated to the memory of our teacher and friend Arnold F. Nikiforov (18.11.1930 – 27.12.2005). DUAL PROPERTIES OF ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS OF DISCRETE VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH THE QUANTUM ALGEBRA Uq(su(2))
"... We show that for every set of discrete polynomials yn(x(s)) on the lattice x(s), defined on a finite interval (a, b), it is possible to construct two sets of dual polynomials zk(ξ(t)) of degrees k = s−a and k = b − s − 1. Here we do this for the classical and alternative Hahn and Racah polynomials a ..."
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We show that for every set of discrete polynomials yn(x(s)) on the lattice x(s), defined on a finite interval (a, b), it is possible to construct two sets of dual polynomials zk(ξ(t)) of degrees k = s−a and k = b − s − 1. Here we do this for the classical and alternative Hahn and Racah polynomials
INTEGERS: ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF COMBINATORIAL NUMBER THEORY 7(2) (2007), #A02 ALGORITHMS FOR FINDING AND PROVING BALANCED Q 2 IDENTITIES
"... This paper has three major parts: (1) A search algorithm is presented for finding mod 2 identities involving certain sums of products of the the familiar quintuple product in one variable, called balanced Q 2 identities. The method involves row reduction of large matrices whose columns contain the m ..."
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This paper has three major parts: (1) A search algorithm is presented for finding mod 2 identities involving certain sums of products of the the familiar quintuple product in one variable, called balanced Q 2 identities. The method involves row reduction of large matrices whose columns contain
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