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  • Comparison of Multivariate and Univariate Models for Genetic Evaluation of Milk Yield based on Test Day Data

    Tsvetanova, Yanka (2005)
    2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 62H12, 62P99 Multivariate and univariate lactation models were applied to test day data to predict genetic value of daily milk yield of a sample of Black and White cows. The models for genetic evaluation include a set of fixed main effects, fixed regression on functions of days im milk, random effects of permanent environment within lactation, random additive genetic effect and residual effect. Under multivariate model for daily milk yield test day ...

    Pancyclic Cayley Graphs

    Parmenter, M. M. (2012)
    2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary 05C25. Secondary 20K01, 05C45. Let Cay(G;S) denote the Cayley graph on a finite group G with connection set S. We extend two results about the existence of cycles in Cay(G;S) from cyclic groups to arbitrary finite Abelian groups when S is a “natural” set of generators for G. This research was supported in part by a Discovery Grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.

    Weak and Semi Compatible Maps in Probabilistic Metric Space Using Implicit Relation

    Dhagat, Vanita Ben; Sharma, Akshay (2008)
    2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 54H25, 47H10. The concept of semi compatibility is given in probabilistic metric space and it has been applied to prove the existence of unique common fixed point of four self-maps with weak compatibility satisfying an implicit relation. At the end we provide examples in support of the result. Authors thank to MPCOST, Bhopal for financial support through the project M-19/2006.

    Using Covariance as a Similarity Measure for Document Language Identification in Hard Contexts

    Ferreira da Silva, Joaquim; Pereira Lopes, Gabriel (2007)
    2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: C2P99. Existing Language Identification (LID) approaches achieve 100% precision in most common situations, dealing with sufficiently large documents, written in just one language. However, there are many situations where text language is hard to identify and where current LID approaches do not provide a reliable solution. One such situation occurs when it is necessary to discriminate the correct variant of the language used in a text. In this paper,...

    On the Holomorphic Extension of Solutions of Elliptic Pseudodifferential Equations

    Cappiello, Marco; Nicola, Fabio (2012)
    2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 35B65, 35S05, 35A20. We derive analytic estimates and holomorphic extensions for the solutions of a class of elliptic pseudodifferential equations on Rd.
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