Volume 43, Numbers 1-2, January 2006
, Thierry Lafouge
: On the relation between the Maximum Entropy Principle and the Principle of Least Effort.
: New results on the parametric stability of nonlinear systems.
: On the oscillation of second order quasilinear elliptic equations.
: A separation theorem for robust pole placement of discrete-time linear control systems with full-order observers.
: Jump relations and discontinuity waves in conductors with memory.
, Ram U. Verma
: General approximation solvability of a system of strongly g-r-pseudomonotonic nonlinear variational inequalities and projection methods.
: Interval oscillation criteria for a forced second-order differential equation with nonlinear damping.
: Reliable analysis for nonlinear Schrödinger equations with a cubic nonlinearity and a power law nonlinearity.
, Dolores R. Vivero
: Expression of the Lebesgue ∆-integral on time scales as a usual Lebesgue integral; application to the calculus of ∆-antiderivatives.
Volume 43, Numbers 3-4, February 2006
, Hui-Ming Wee
: A collaborative inventory system with permissible delay in payment for deteriorating items.
Stephen P. Radzevich
: A closed-form solution to the problem of optimal tool-path generation for sculptured surface machining on multi-axis NC machine.
: System reliability forecasting by support vector machines with genetic algorithms.
: Positive decreasing solutions of quasilinear dynamic equations.
R. K. Raina
, Hari M. Srivastava
: A new class of meromorphically multivalent functions with applications to generalized hypergeometric functions.
: An SQP approach with line search for a system of nonlinear equations.
: A reconsideration on equivalency of convergence between iterations for uniformly L-Lipschitzian operators.
, Wan-Tong Li
: Existence results for impulsive dynamic equations on time scales with nonlocal initial conditions.
, Jinde Cao
: Improved global exponential stability criteria of cellular neural networks with time-varying delays.
: Asymptotic stability for delayed logistic type equations.
Volume 43, Numbers 5-6, March 2006
, Luca Bruno
: Determination of the aeroelastic transfer functions for streamlined bodies by means of a Navier-Stokes solver.
: Existence and asymptotic behavior of solutions of nonlinear neutral differential equations.
, Miha Mraz
: Decomposition of a complex fuzzy controller for the truck-and-trailer reverse parking problem.
, Jie Pan
: Evolution variational inequalities and projected dynamical systems with application to human migration.
, Hui-Ming Wee
: An integrated production-inventory model for ameliorating and deteriorating items taking account of time discounting.
Volume 43, Numbers 7-8, April 2006
K. P. Sapna Isotupa
: An (s, Q) Markovian inventory system with lost sales and two demand classes.
Shailesh S. Kulkarni
: The impact of uncertain yield on capacity acquisition in process plant networks.
Rahmat Ali Khan
: The generalized quasilinearization technique for a second order differential equation with separated boundary conditions.
: A mathematical model of the immersion of a spherical tumor with a necrotic core into a nutrient bath.
: Exact solutions for the fourth order nonlinear Schrodinger equations with cubic and power law nonlinearities.
, Anne Nouri
: On the Cauchy problem for a quantum kinetic equation linked to the Compton effect.
: The dependence of the height of a Lorenz curve of a Zipf function on the size of the system.
: A two-stage DEA model to evaluate the overall performance of Canadian life and health insurance companies.
Gary C. Lin
, Dah-Chuan Gong
: On a production-inventory system of deteriorating items subject to random machine breakdowns with a fixed repair time.
: Mathematical modelling of rotational mechanical elements of higher order and their characteristics.
Volume 43, Numbers 9-10, May 2006
Volume 43, Numbers 11-12, June 2006
Elena De Angelis
, Marcello Delitala
: Modelling complex systems in applied sciences; methods and tools of the mathematical kinetic theory for active particles.
István G. Laukó
: Stability of disease free sets in epidemic models.