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Basic calculus on time scale with mathematica
(Springer, 2003)Mathematical modeling of time dependent systems are always interesting for applied mathematicians. First continuous and then discrete mathematical modeling are built during the mathematical development from ancient to the ... 
Berry's phase under the DzyaloshinskiiMoriya interaction
(American Physical Society, 200806)In this paper, we study the DzyaloshinskiiMoriya (DM) anisotropic XX spinchain model in the presence of an external homogeneous magnetic field. We found that the Berry phase of the system varies interestingly with small ... 
Bianchi I model: An alternative way to model the presentday Universe
(Oxford University Press, 201408)Although the new era of highprecision cosmology of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation improves our knowledge to understand the infant as well as the presentday Universe, it also leads us to question the main ... 
A biomathematical model for Phoma tracheiphila citrus resistance screening
(Taylor & Francis, 201210)The causal agent of Mal Secco, Phoma tracheiphila, is responsible for many important losses in the Citrus crop worldwide. The resistance enhancement of Citrus susceptible to the pathogen infection depends on the availability ... 
Black holes and solitons of the quantized dispersionless NLS and DNLS equations
(Cambridge University Press, 200207)The classical dynamics of nonrelativistic particles are described by the Schrödinger wave equation, perturbed by quantum potential nonlinearity. Quantization of this dispersionless equation, implemented by deformation of ... 
Boundary shape and Casimir energy
(IOP Publishing, 200908)Casimir energy changes are investigated for geometries obtained by small but arbitrary deformations of a given geometry for which the vacuum energy is already known for the massless scalar field. As a specific case, ... 
Bubblebased stabilized finite element methods for timedependent convection–diffusion–reaction problems
(Wiley, 20161120)In this paper, we propose a numerical algorithm for timedependent convection–diffusion–reaction problems and compare its performance with the wellknown numerical methods in the literature. Time discretization is performed ... 
CAMPways: Constrained alignment framework for the comparative analysis of a pair of metabolic pathways
(Oxford University Press, 201307)Motivation: Given a pair of metabolic pathways, an alignment of the pathways corresponds to a mapping between similar substructures of the pair. Successful alignments may provide useful applications in phylogenetic tree ... 
Casimir energies for some single cavities
(TÜBİTAK, 2006)Casimir energies for some single cavities. Casimir energies are discussed for some cavities. 
The Cauchy problem for the planar spinliquid model
(IOP Publishing, 2005)In this paper, we study the Cauchy problem of a twodimensional model for a moving ferromagnetic continuum and prove global existence and uniqueness of solutions. In addition, equivalence to the coupled system of nonlinear ... 
Chargedparticle nuclear modification factors in PbPb and pPb collisions at √sNN=5.02 TeV
(Springer, 201704)The spectra of charged particles produced within the pseudorapidity window η < 1 at sNN=5.02 TeV are measured using 404 μb−1 of PbPb and 27.4 pb−1 of pp data collected by the CMS detector at the LHC in 2015. The spectra ... 
Chiral resonant solitons in ChernSimons theory and BroerKaup type new hydrodynamic systems
(Elsevier, 201208)New BroerKaup type systems of hydrodynamic equations are derived from the derivative reactiondiffusion systems arising in SL(2, R) KaupNewell hierarchy, represented in the nonMadelung hydrodynamic form. A relation with ... 
CMMSEconvergence analysis for operator splitting methods with application to BurgersHuxley equation
(Natural Sciences Publishing Corporation, 2015)We provide an error analysis of the operator splitting method of the LieTrotter type applied to the BurgersHuxley equation ut + αuux  εuxx = β(1  u)(u  γ)u. We show that the LieTrotter splitting method converges with ... 
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Cocoatomically supplemented modules
(Springer, 201712)It is shown that if a submodule N of M is cocoatomically supplemented and M/N has no maximal submodule, then M is a cocoatomically supplemented module. If a module M is cocoatomically supplemented, then every finitely ... 
Cofinitely supplemented modular lattices
(Springer, 201110)In this paper it is shown that a lattice L is a cofinitely supplemented lattice if and only if every maximal element of L has a supplement in L. If a/0 is a cofinitely supplemented sublattice and 1/a has no maximal element, ... 
Cofinitely weak supplemented lattices
(Indian National Science Academy, 200910)In this paper it is shown that an Ecomplemented complete modular lattice L with small radical is weakly supplemented if and only if it is semilocal. L is a cofinitely weak supplemented lattice if and only if every maximal ... 
Cofinitely weak supplemented modules
(Taylor & Francis, 200311)We prove that a module M is cofinitely weak supplemented or briefly cws (i.e., every submodule N of M with M/N finitely generated, has a weak supplement) if and only if every maximal submodule has a weak supplement. If M ...