Normal families and shared values of holomorphic functions
A comparative molecular analysis of the nucleotide sequence in National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) databases showed that it shared 95% homology with the gene of Arabidopsis thaliana (MIP-C), with a theoretical isoelectric point 8.84.
This paper investigates the relationship between the normality and the shared values for a meromorphic function on the unit disc Δ.
Interestingly, these two genes isolated from Bermuda grass induced either by low-temperature stress or high-salt stress shared 97.8% homology.
RT-PCR was employed to amplify the F/HN gene fragments, and then they were ligated by the shared restriction enzyme BsmBI.
A Finite MAPK/GK/1 Queueing System with Generalized Foreground-Background Processor-Sharing Discipline
Optimization of Control of Doubly Stochastic Nonordinary Flows in Time-Sharing Systems
Control of conflicting flows in a class of time-sharing algorithms with regard for orientation and readjustment is studied.
A finite capacity BMAPK/GK/1 queue with the generalized foreground-background processor-sharing discipline
While the EPS paradigm emerged in 1967 as an idealization of round-robin (RR) scheduling algorithm in time-sharing computer systems, it has recently capture renewed interest as a powerful concept for modeling WEB servers.