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Nevertheless, there was one model that provided a means for trading off several of the key variables thereby suggesting that it might provide a useful base that could be logically extended--the Inventory Theoretic Model derived by Baumol and Vinod (1970).
The paper is organized such that, section (2) discusses the over view of the public key cryptosystem based on number theoretic transforms published in "International journal of Computational Mathematical Sciences", section (3) the brute force attack, section (4) the key agreement resistible against brute force attack, section (5) pubic key encryption and decryption algorithm, section (6) the security aspect and section (7) an illustration and (8) conclusion.
It is realization one comparation between diagram theoretic from cycle proposed by the author and diagram of engine with electronic injection of gasoline, that was obtain one the experimental installation.
Institutional conditions, theoretic paradigms and approaches, and the main focuses of German educational science are outlined in the introduction.
1) Moorad Alexanian, "Set Theoretic Analysis of the Whole of Reality," PSCF 58, no.
In Watershed Research Traditions, the authors identify watershed research traditions as areas of communication theory that "inspire a broad range of research that inquires into [questions] at theoretic, philosophical, and practical levels of analysis" (p.
Tough Love For Schools is an outstanding theoretic workbook/reference very strongly recommended reading for all K-12 public school teachers searching for a new, more innovative concepts with which they might apply in their classrooms and curriculums.
Real option technology is applied in order to determine if the observed extended warranty prices coincide with the theoretic extended warranty prices of three types of durable goods.
In asserting that theoretic reason is the highest thing in man (3) and maintaining that leisure or leisured activity is that which exists for its own sake, that which is the end of all other activities (including education), (4) Aristotle leads us to the conclusion that the best possible activity of leisure involves the employment of theoretic reason.
A new clear and practical model is needed to provide the theoretic basis for an intelligent syllabus for acquiring critical thinking skills using multimedia based on the distinct ways of learning.
This paper explores current implementations, theoretic hurdles and possible implications of autonomous systems.
HOW TO BALANCE THEORETIC FOUNDATIONS AND PRACTICAL SKILLS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATE COURSES?