Mathematical model


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Mathematical model

A mathematical representation of concepts that describes a system through a series of equations relating variables of the system. Many disciplines use mathematical models, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, psychology, and finance.
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In May at a Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics meeting in Philadelphia on mathematical aspects of materials science, Golden described how new mathematical models have provided insights into the way brine seeps through ice, carrying heat and nutrients.
With these goals in mind, I constructed and analyzed a mathematical model of the transmission dynamics of colonizing bacteria with multiple serotypes, such as pneumococci, and the effect of vaccination on these dynamics.
The mathematical model for establishing the eroded material volume and the shape of the processed surface will be an element of high originality and will fill a gap in this domain.
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The result shows that mathematical model of HPCL convergence to the real data curve for every time step.
This formal system is part of a mathematical model of the roulette game (there is more than one model involved in the game of roulette) representing some of the physical processes of betting, namely chip placements and their overall financial result after the spin.
Developed model is based on mathematical model of two-way bellow actuator, which consider gas dynamics processes inside bellow actuator.
In nature, groundwater is in very large land scale; to understand this problem, we form a mathematical model such that the homogenous porous media are laid on impervious inclined layer with [theta] angle as shown in Figure 1.
The researchers have established a mathematical model that described an infection cycle, including the way a virus replicated, spread and activated cellular defense mechanisms.
On Tuesday, EU Funds Minister Tomislav Donchev presented a mathematical model called SIBILA (Simulation of Bulgaria's Investment in Long-term Advance).
Designing the electric drives with the linear electromagnetic motors (LEM), it is necessary to have a mathematical model of the motor which allows calculating of the static and dynamic operating modes of the drive.

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