Thirdly, by comparing some CiFu-verse with the same title, we can study the motive and the effect of their creation, to see the difference of the same group member.

There are two pieces of prose poem with the same title revenge in weeds, and the two prose poems don't record the real revenge of the tooth with the tooth, but revenge in the spirit at the difficult position and in give up all hope.

Full of philosophic thinking is the striking characteristic of West-Running Brook, especially the poem West-Running Brook which has the same title of the book.

This paper deals with the applioations of multiple-knot cardinal δ-spline function interpolation to the problem of fitting in a great deal data, as a continuation to past(Ⅰ) and(Ⅱ)of the same title by the same author.

Taking into consideration the difference between the description and the alignment and retrieval of the machine-readable catologue and the traditional catologue, it explains the significance of the difference between versions and editions of books,and provides some ways of description and definition of books in different editions and versions in modern machine-readable catologue in order to differentiate the books of same title in various versions and the books of same content in various editions, thus it can make convenience to information users.

In an earlier paper under the same title a method to compute eigenvalues of an arbitrary matrix was discussed.

In our previous paper of the same title, we did not study the ruled surfaces of Weingarten type M : x(s, t)=α(s)+t β (s) in Minkowski 3-space with vector fields β and β' along the base curve β such that β is nowhere null but β' is null everywhere.

This paper is a continuation of Part 1, previously published under the same title.

This note corrects a mistake in the earlier paper with the same title, and gives an example to illustrate the modified theory.

This paper, being a second part of our work under the same title [1], involves selected numerical solutions to the eigenvalue problem formulated in the first part, followed by a discussion of the results computed.

This paper deals with the applioations of multiple-knot cardinal δ-spline function interpolation to the problem of fitting in a great deal data, as a continuation to past(Ⅰ) and(Ⅱ)of the same title by the same author.The author has established the least squares fit by multiple-knot δ-spline, pointed out that coefficient matrix of the system of its normal equation has the characteristics of band and majorant and so on,and estimated its condition number for degree of m.c.δ-spline k≤3.The given intrisical...

This paper deals with the applioations of multiple-knot cardinal δ-spline function interpolation to the problem of fitting in a great deal data, as a continuation to past(Ⅰ) and(Ⅱ)of the same title by the same author.The author has established the least squares fit by multiple-knot δ-spline, pointed out that coefficient matrix of the system of its normal equation has the characteristics of band and majorant and so on,and estimated its condition number for degree of m.c.δ-spline k≤3.The given intrisical property and its explicit expression would bring facilities for its applications, especially for computer-aided geometricdesign.

Although the systems studied in condensed matter physics, nuclear physics and high energy physics are quite different, many of the underlying basic concepts have much in common. The aim of this review is to describe some of these basic concepts and to show how they apply in different branches of physics. It is hoped that such a presentation will not only be helpful in understanding diverse fields in a consistant way, but also will illustrate how exchanges and borrowing of ideas between physicists working in...

Although the systems studied in condensed matter physics, nuclear physics and high energy physics are quite different, many of the underlying basic concepts have much in common. The aim of this review is to describe some of these basic concepts and to show how they apply in different branches of physics. It is hoped that such a presentation will not only be helpful in understanding diverse fields in a consistant way, but also will illustrate how exchanges and borrowing of ideas between physicists working in different areas are fruitful for the development of physical science. The article is a revised and expanded version of one of the same title that appeared in Annual Reviews of Material Science,Vol. 10, pp. 1-18, 1980.

This paper is the second and supplementary part of the previous one withthe same title, reporting the results of this research. All the results of this research show as follow: (1) The development of children's cognition's of velocity is from part tothe whole. (2) The effects of relative positions of the moving objects on velocity-cognition are earlier and stronger than that of their distance. (3) The effect of starting time and stopping time of moving objectson velocity-cognition are much stronger than...

This paper is the second and supplementary part of the previous one withthe same title, reporting the results of this research. All the results of this research show as follow: (1) The development of children's cognition's of velocity is from part tothe whole. (2) The effects of relative positions of the moving objects on velocity-cognition are earlier and stronger than that of their distance. (3) The effect of starting time and stopping time of moving objectson velocity-cognition are much stronger than that of the duration of movement. (4) The development of cognition of velocity accelerates when childrenare about 7-8. (5) The development of cognition of velocity proceeds through thecontradiction and motion between perception and concept. (6) Children have had the basic internal conditions for the formationof concept of velocity at the age of ten.