OTHERS_CITABLE
A topology on BCK-algebras via left and right stabilizers
In this paper, we use the left(right) stabilizers of a BCKalgebra (X, ;lowast, 0) and produce two basis for two different topologies. Then we show that the generated topological spaces by these basis are Bair, connected, locally connected and separable. Also we study the other properties of these topological spaces.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-91-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
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8
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.001
BCK-algebra
basis topological
stabilizers
Bair space
connected space
locally connected and separable space.
T.
Roudabri
1
AUTHOR
L.
Torkzadeh
2
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
Redefined fuzzy subalgebra (with thresholds) of BCK/BCI-algebras
Using the notion of anti fuzzy points and its besideness to and non-quasi-coincidence with a fuzzy set, new concepts of an anti fuzzy subalgebras in BCK/BCI-algebras are introduced and their inter-relations and related properties are investigated in [3]. The notion of the new fuzzy subalgebra with thresholds are introduced and relationship between this notion and the new fuzzy subalgebra of a BCK/BCI-algebra of [3] are studied.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-98-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
9
24
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.002
besides to
non-quasi coincident with
(α
β)∗-fuzzy subalgebra
fuzzy subalgebra with thresholds
fuzzifying subalgebra
t-implication-based subalgebra.
Arsham
Borumand Saeid
1
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
A K-Theoritic Approach to Some C*-Algebras
In this paper we look at the K-theory of a specific C*-algebra closely related to the irrational rotation algebra. Also it is shown that any automorphism of a C*-algebra A induces group automorphisms of K_{1}(A) amd K_{0}(A) in an obvious way. An interesting problem for any C*-algebra A is to find out whether, given an automorphism of K_{0}(A) and an automorphism of K_{1}(A), we can lift them to an automorphism of A or M_{n}(A) for some positive integer n.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-87-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
25
31
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.003
C*-algebra
K-theory
Exact group
Crossed Product
and Representation.
B.
Tabatabaie Shourijeh
1
AUTHOR
M.
Farjood
2
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
Bank efficiency evaluation using a neural network-DEA method
In the present time, evaluating the performance of banks is one of the important subjects for societies and the bank managers who want to expand the scope of their operation. One of the non-parametric approaches for evaluating efficiency is data envelopment analysis(DEA). By a mathematical programming model, DEA provides an estimation of efficiency surfaces. A major problem faced by DEA is that the frontier calculated by DEA may be slightly distorted if the data is affected by statistical noises. In recent years, using the neural networks is a powerful non-parametric approach for modeling the nonlinear relations in a wide variety of decision making applications. The radial basis function neural networks (RBFNN) have proved significantly beneficial in the evaluation and assessment of complex systems. Clustering is a method by which a large set of data is grouped into clusters of smaller sets of similar data. In this paper, we proposed RBFNN with the K-means clustering method for the efficiency evaluation of a large set of branches for an Iranian bank. This approach leads to an appropriate classification of branches. The results are compared with the conventional DEA results. It is shown that, using the hybrid learning method, the weights of the neural network are convergent.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-89-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
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48
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.004
Data envelopment analysis
Neural networks
Efficiency
Multilayered perceptron
Radial basis function
K-means clustering method.
G.
Aslani
1
AUTHOR
S. H.
Momeni-Masuleh
2
AUTHOR
A.
Malek
3
AUTHOR
F.
Ghorbani
4
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
A study of Nilpotent groups through right transversals
In group theory nilpotency of a group has a great importance. In this paper we have studied some concept of nilpotency through right transversals. We have also studied prime power groups and frattini subgroups through right transversals.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-86-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
49
54
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.005
Nilpotent group
Right transversal
Frattini subgroup
C-groupoid.
A. M.
Tripathi
1
AUTHOR
Nirbhay
Mathur
2
AUTHOR
Swapnil
Srivastava
3
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
Generalized Jacobian and Discrete Logarithm Problem on Elliptic Curves
Let E be an elliptic curve over the finite field F_{q}, P a point in E(F_{q}) of order n, and Q a point in the group generated by P. The discrete logarithm problem on E is to find the number k such that Q = kP. In this paper we reduce the discrete logarithm problem on E[n] to the discrete logarithm on the group F*_{q} , the multiplicative group of nonzero elements of Fq, in the case where n | q ;minus 1, using generalized jacobian of E.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-88-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
55
64
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.006
Elliptic Curve
Discrete Logarithm Problem
Generalized Jacobian.
H.
Daghigh
1
AUTHOR
M.
Bahramian
2
AUTHOR
OTHERS_CITABLE
Qualitative Properties and Existence of Solutions for a Generalized Fisher-like Equation
This paper is devoted to the study of an eigenvalue second order differential equation, supplied with homogenous Dirichlet conditions and set on the real line. In the linear case, the equation arises in the study of a reaction-diffusion system involved in disease propagation throughout a given population. Under some relations upon the real parameters and coefficients, we present some existence and nonexistence results. We use a variational method and fixed point arguments.
http://ijmsi.ir/article-1-90-en.pdf
2015-10-26T10:20:15
65
81
10.7508/ijmsi.2009.02.007
Linear and sub-linear ODEs
Variational Method
Fixed point Theorems
Compactness Criterion.
Smail
Djebali
1
AUTHOR
Otared
Kavian
2
AUTHOR
Toufik
Moussaoui
3
AUTHOR