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1. On Bottleneck Product Rate Variation Problem with Batching

Shree Ram Khadka; Tanka Nath Dhamala

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Summer 2013, Pages 412-425

  The product rate variation problem minimizes the variation in the rate at which different models of a common base product are produced on the assembly lines with the assumption of negligible switch-over cost and unit processing time for each copy of each model. The assumption of significant setup and ...  Read More

2. Mapping Sequence diagram in Fuzzy UML to Fuzzy Petri Net

E. Akbari; R. Noorian Talooki; H. Motameni

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Summer 2013, Pages 426-439

  This ability in fuzzy UML, practically leaves the customers and market’s need without response in this important and vital area. Here, the available sequence diagrams in fuzzy UML will map into fuzzy Petri net. However, the formal models ability will be added to the Semi-formal fuzzy UML. This ...  Read More

3. On the averaging of differential inclusions with Fuzzy right hand side with the average of the right hand side is absent

Andrej V. Plotnikov; Tatyana A. Komleva; Lilia I. Plotnikova

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Summer 2013, Pages 440-450

  In this article we consider the averaging method for differential inclusions with fuzzy right-hand side for the case when the limit of a method of an average does not exist.   Read More

4. Analytic-Approximate Solution For An Integro- Differential Equation Arising In Oscillating Magnetic Fields Using Homotopy Analysis Method

H. Saberi-Nik; S. Effati; R. Buzhabadi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Summer 2013, Pages 451-466

  In this paper, we give an analytical approximate solution for an integro- differential equation which describes the charged particle motion for certain configurations of oscillating magnetic fields is considered. The homotopy analysis method (HAM) is used for solving this equation. Several examples are ...  Read More