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SPARSE MATRICES DESCRIBING ITERATIONS OF INTEGERVALUED FUNCTIONS
"... Abstract. We consider iterations of integervalued functions φ, which have no fixed points in the domain of positive integers. We define a local function φn, which is a subfunction of φ being restricted to the subdomain {0,..., n}. The iterations of φn can be described by a certain n × n sparse mat ..."
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Abstract. We consider iterations of integervalued functions φ, which have no fixed points in the domain of positive integers. We define a local function φn, which is a subfunction of φ being restricted to the subdomain {0,..., n}. The iterations of φn can be described by a certain n × n sparse
Possibility of Finding Integer Valued Function Solutions of a Class of Functional Equations for Functions Defined on the Integers Contents 1 Integer Solutions of a Functional Equation 1
"... We consider functional equations involving mappings of the integers into themselves. ..."
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We consider functional equations involving mappings of the integers into themselves.
QoSaware middleware for web services composition
 IEEE TRANS. SOFTWARE ENG
, 2004
"... The paradigmatic shift from a Web of manual interactions to a Web of programmatic interactions driven by Web services is creating unprecedented opportunities for the formation of online BusinesstoBusiness (B2B) collaborations. In particular, the creation of valueadded services by composition of ..."
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The paradigmatic shift from a Web of manual interactions to a Web of programmatic interactions driven by Web services is creating unprecedented opportunities for the formation of online BusinesstoBusiness (B2B) collaborations. In particular, the creation of valueadded services by composition
Loper Rings of integervalued rational functions
 J. Pure Appl. Algebra
, 1998
"... Abstract. Let D be an integral domain which differs from its quotient field K. The ring of integervalued rational functions of D on a subset E of D is defined as IntR(E,D) = {f(X) ∈ K(X)f(E) ⊆ D}. We write IntR(D) for IntR(D,D). It is easy to see that IntR(D) is strictly larger than the more fa ..."
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Abstract. Let D be an integral domain which differs from its quotient field K. The ring of integervalued rational functions of D on a subset E of D is defined as IntR(E,D) = {f(X) ∈ K(X)f(E) ⊆ D}. We write IntR(D) for IntR(D,D). It is easy to see that IntR(D) is strictly larger than the more
Moments Equalities for Nonnegative IntegerValued Random Variables
 TURK J MATH
, 2004
"... We present and prove two theorems about equalities for the nth moment of nonnegative integervalued random variables. These equalities generalize the well known equality for the rst moment of a nonnegative integervalued random variable X in terms of its cumulative distribution function, or in terms ..."
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We present and prove two theorems about equalities for the nth moment of nonnegative integervalued random variables. These equalities generalize the well known equality for the rst moment of a nonnegative integervalued random variable X in terms of its cumulative distribution function
Branching Processes with Immigration and Integervalued Time Series
 SERDICA MATH
, 1995
"... In this paper, we indicate how integervalued autoregressive time series Ginar(d) of ordre d, d ≥ 1, are simple functionals of multitype branching processes with immigration. This allows the derivation of a simple criteria for the existence of a stationary distribution of the time series, thus prov ..."
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In this paper, we indicate how integervalued autoregressive time series Ginar(d) of ordre d, d ≥ 1, are simple functionals of multitype branching processes with immigration. This allows the derivation of a simple criteria for the existence of a stationary distribution of the time series, thus
High dimension Prüfer domains of integervalued polynomials
 J. Korean Math. Soc
"... Abstract. Let V be any valuation domain and let E be a subset of the quotient field K of V. We study the ring of integervalued polynomials on E, that is, Int(E, V) = {f ∈ K[X]  f(E) ⊆ V}. We show that, if E is precompact, then Int(E, V) has many properties similar to those of the classical ring ..."
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Abstract. Let V be any valuation domain and let E be a subset of the quotient field K of V. We study the ring of integervalued polynomials on E, that is, Int(E, V) = {f ∈ K[X]  f(E) ⊆ V}. We show that, if E is precompact, then Int(E, V) has many properties similar to those of the classical
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