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For suitably defined empirical measures of a class of models of sparse coloured random graphs, we prove large deviation principles,with rate functions explicitly expressed in terms of relative entropies, in the weak topology. Also, under fairly general assumption we prove a joint large deviation principle (LDP), for the empirical pair measure and empirical offspring measure of multitype Galton-Watson tree conditioned to have exactly n vertices in the weak topology. Using these large deviation principles, we find asymptotic equipartition properties for hierarchical structures (modelled as multitype Galton-Watson trees) and networked structures (modelled as coloured random graphs). From our LDP results, we compute Thermodynamic limit of physical quantities such as the magnetization, specific heat, internal energy, susceptibility for the ferromagnetic Ising model on a finite random network.
The book examines the problems of mathematical modeling of complex, including information systems. Fundamental problems of information theory, coding theory, complexity theory, algorithms, theory, probability theory, theoretical cryptography are considered. The basic mathematical problems of information security are discussed. Special attention is given to the availability of presentation. Relationships of fundamental mathematical tasks and problems of information security are obtained.
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to load-strength-durability models for reliability analysis of loaded composite structures with components with internal flaws. It is essential reading for lecturers and graduate students involved in reliability engineering, practicing engineers, researchers and consultants dealing with strength and fatigue life of composite structures. It is an useful tool also for lecturers in applied probability and statistics. Through a number of practical applications and case studies the book gives examples of using the Markov chains theory and basic Monte Carlo simulation techniques for solving reliability engineering problems. Some examples can be considered as a base for a graduate works of graduate students. It is assumed that the reader has a modest acquaintance with probability theory, Markov chains theory, mathematical statistics, and is familiar with the basic ideas of reliability theory.
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The comprehensive introduction to the art and science of locating facilities to make your organization more efficient, effective, and profitable. For the professional siting facilities, the task of translating organizational goals and objectives into concrete facilities requires a working familiarity with the theoretical and practical fundamentals of facility location planning and modeling. The first hands-on guide to using and developing facility location models, Network and Discrete Location offers a practiceoriented introduction to model-building methods and solution algorithms, complete with software to solve classical problems of realistic size and end-of-chapter exercises to enhance the reader's understanding. The text introduces the reader to the key classical location problems (covering, center, median, and fixed charge) which form the nucleus of facility location modeling. It also discusses real-life extensions of the basic models used in locating: production and distribution facilities, interacting services and facilities, and undesirable facilities. The book outlines a host of methodological tools for solving location models and provides insights into when each approach is useful and what information it provides. Designed to give readers a working familiarity with the basic facility location model types as well as an intuitive knowledge of the uses and limits of modeling techniques, Network and Discrete Location brings students and professionals alike swiftly from basic theory to technical fluency.
Arising from a special session held at the 2010 North American Annual Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, this volume is an international cross-disciplinary collaboration with contributions from leading experts exploring connections across their respective fields. Themes range from philosophical examination of the foundations of physics and quantum logic, to exploitations of the methods and structures of operator theory, category theory, and knot theory in an effort to gain insight into the fundamental questions in quantum theory and logic. The book will appeal to researchers and students working in related fields, including logicians, mathematicians, computer scientists, and physicists. A brief introduction provides essential background on quantum mechanics and category theory, which, together with a thematic selection of articles, may also serve as the basic material for a graduate course or seminar.
In this work, we have studied information network flow problem on a single source multisink multicast communication network. We have tried to extend the idea of switching gap given by Liang at. al by analyzing a generic butterfly network under suitable assumptions about link capacities. From the results, we could conclude that information rate due to Network coding is coming out to be same in all versions of the network. We found out that application of game theory for network switching is not generic and requires certain conditions on link capacities. Moreover the problem for single source multicast flow appears to be a NP hard problem. We recommend focus should now be given on working towards a graph theoretic solution for this problem with some simplifications.Such a solution will not only give maximum possible network information rate for a generic single source multisink multicast network but in the process it would also give the optimum switching strategy for the network.
This book examines the role of an information system in the implementation of legislation led reform. The book applies a range of social theories such as Actor-Network Theory, the Due Process Model, and Structuration Theory in conjunction with historical and contextual analysis, tracing the emergence of the explicit socio-political conditions, within which the information system was to be deployed. Legislation led reform is viewed from three different perspectives. First, by examining the network of aligned interests; second, by analysing the inclusion of a new actor in an existing network; and third, by focusing on the institutionalisation of the network. The book concludes that the institutionalisation of a network of actors with aligned interests can be supported by information system. Such an information system would have, as inscribed program of action, the functionality which would be derived from the legislation. When enrolled as an actor into the existing network, the information system ensures, through its routine use, that all actors in the network interpret certain collective interests (related to the inscribed program of action) consistently and apply them uniformly.
Application of fuzzy logic to control theory became successful and revolutionary. Its applications to data analysis, artificial intelligence and computational intelligence are intensively developed. Using fuzzy theory one can provide exact representation of concepts and relations that are vague. On the theoretical side fuzzy theory is applied to a variety of mathematical fields such as analysis, algebra, topology, graph theory, optimization and many branches of operations research. The aim of this book is to enrich the theoretical development of fuzzy sets and to apply the concepts of fuzzy sets to ideals in different algebraic structures namely semigroups, gamma semigroups and subtraction semigroups. The contents of this book will encourage the learners by providing them the required basic and advanced level concepts necessary in the study of fuzzy algebraic structures. Illustrative examples are given to enhance understanding.
One of the remarkable mathematical inventions of the 20th century is that of Fuzzy sets by Lotfi.A.Zadeh in 1965. His aim was to develop a mathematical theory to deal with uncertainty and imprecision. Fuzzy logic and the theory of fuzzy sets have been applied widely in areas like information theory, pattern recognition, clustering, expert systems, database theory, control theory, robotics, networks and nanotechnology. A.Rosenfeld introduced fuzzy graphs in 1975 to deal with relations involving uncertainty. In this book we present basic concepts in fuzzy graph connectivity, which plays a remarkable role in information networks and quality based clustering. This book consists of seven chapters. The first chapter includes motivation and basic results. Arc analysis of fuzzy graph structures, cycles in fuzzy graphs, blocks in fuzzy graphs, cycle connectivity of fuzzy graphs are discussed in the subsequent chapters. We believe that this book will help students, researchers and faculty of different institutes around the world to do fruitful research in fuzzy graph theory and related areas.
This is a complete examination of the theory and methods of modern olefin metathesis, one of the most widely used chemical reactions in research and industry. Provides basic information for non-specialists, while also explaining the latest trends and advancements in the field to experts Discusses the various types of metathesis reactions, including CM, RCM, enyne metathesis, ROMP, and tandem processes, as well as their common applications Outlines the tools of the trade—from the important classes of active metal complexes to optimal reaction conditions—and suggests practical solutions for common reaction problems Includes tables with structures of commercial catalysts, and recommendations for commercial catalyst suppliers
It is certainly true that the concept of information is one of the dominant ideas of the second half of the twentieth century. People from all walks of life are concerned with information processing. Many of the inventions of the current era deal with storage, transmission, transformation and retrieval of information. Information can be manifested however in various forms, for example orally, in writing, electronically, etc. From mathematical point of view, the essence of information is its quantity, and the basic problem is how to measure information quantity. Commonly it is done by introducing desirable properties for an information measure, then using those properties to determine explicit forms for information measures. While doing this we rely heavily upon the theory of functional equations. The book deals with the stability problem of some functional equations that appear in the characterization problem of information measures.
A basic grounding in one of today's quickly evolving technologies. To gain one's bearing in the whirlwind of rapid development in the digital theory arena, getting a firm grasp of the basics is vital. This book provides a solid foundation in the elementsof basic digital electronic and switching theory. Down to earth, yet scholarly in approach, it builds on theory with discussions of real-world digital components, design methodologies, and tools. A companion Web site provides additional information.
In the monograph non-classical models of the some Theory of boundary value problems are considered. Basic concepts of dynamic problems of deformable solid elastic bodies of the generalized Green-Lindsay theories of couple-stress thermo-elasticity and couple-stress thermo-diffusion for isotropic, homogeneous elastic media are study . There is worked out the general theory of solvability of dynamical problems for conjugated system of differential equations of thermo-piezoelasticity, formulated by Toupin – Mindlin, the diffusion models of linear theory of a two-component elastic mixture using the methods the Laplace integral transform, potential method and singular integral equations. effective solution of boundary value problems for a half-plane are constructed. They are solved explicitly by using the Fourier’s integrals. Approximate solution of some mixed boundary value problems for finite domain, bounded by the some closed surface are constructed. They are solved explicitly by using the generalized Fourier's series method.
This book is a contribution to the debate on the implications of the information theory of quantum systems for the description of numerous quantum phenomena of the electronic structure. It contains several applications of the basic concepts, techniques, and relations of the information theory to selected problems of atomic and molecular structure and chemical reactivity. Such treatment gives rise to the information-entropic representation of the atomic and molecular states, which complements the familiar energy representaton of the density-functional and wave-function-based theories. The most important role in this treatment is played by the concepts of information, complexity, and divergence.
Д. И. Бардзокас, А. И. Зобнин Mathematical Modelling of Physical Processes in Composite Materials of Periodical Structures