Reese, Tyler Michael

Kirchhoff's laws are well-studied for electrical networks with voltage and current sources, and edges marked by resistors. Kirchhoff's voltage law states that the sum of voltages around any circuit of the network graph is zero, while Kirchhoff's current law states that the sum of the currents along any cutset of the network graph is zero. Given a n...

Antovska, Packa Ugarkovic, Sonja Petruševski, Gjorgji Stefanova, Bosilka Manchevska, Blagica Petkovska, Rumenka Makreski, Petre
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Pharmaceutical development and technology

The release model of the optimized formulation has shown best fit to the zero order kinetics depicted with the Hixson-Crowell erosion-dependent mechanism of release. Level A correlation was obtained.

Grigoriu, Nicoleta Toader, Constantin Nicolae Deliu, Panaghia Moșteanu, Dănuț
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International conference KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION

In the OPCW Proficiency Tests usually two sets of three samples each (test sample, control, blank) are sent for analysis, with no indication for the type of the sample. Each set of samples can be prepared in a different matrix, with organic solvent, water and soil as the most frequent ones. Thus each sample has to be analyzed like a test sample. Pa...

Webb, Marcus David

UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant EP/H023348/1.

Webb, Marcus David

UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant EP/H023348/1.

Lustig, Martin Uyanik, Caglar

We prove a general version of the classical Perron-Frobenius convergence property for reducible matrices. We then apply this result to reducible substitutions and use it to produce limit frequencies for factors and hence invariant measures on the associated subshift. The analogous results are well known for primitive substitutions and have found ma...

Lustig, Martin Uyanik, Caglar

We prove a general version of the classical Perron-Frobenius convergence property for reducible matrices. We then apply this result to reducible substitutions and use it to produce limit frequencies for factors and hence invariant measures on the associated subshift. The analogous results are well known for primitive substitutions and have found ma...

Lustig, Martin Uyanik, Caglar

We prove a general version of the classical Perron-Frobenius convergence property for reducible matrices. We then apply this result to reducible substitutions and use it to produce limit frequencies for factors and hence invariant measures on the associated subshift. The analogous results are well known for primitive substitutions and have found ma...

Atala, Anthony Danilevskiy, Mikhail Lyundup, Alexey Glybochko, Petr Butnaru, Denis Vinarov, Andrey Yoo, James J
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Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Urethral strictures and anomalies remain among the difficult problems in urology, with urethroplasty procedures being the most effective treatment options. The two major types of urethroplasty are anastomotic urethroplasty and widening the urethral lumen using flaps or grafts (i.e. substitution urethroplasty). However, no ideal material for the lat...

Lustig, Martin Uyanik, Caglar

We prove a general version of the classical Perron-Frobenius convergence property for reducible matrices. We then apply this result to reducible substitutions and use it to produce limit frequencies for factors and hence invariant measures on the associated subshift. The analogous results are well known for primitive substitutions and have found ma...