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On total chromatic number of direct product graphs
Katja Prnaver, Blaž Zmazek, 2009, original scientific article

Keywords: graph theory, total chromatic number, direct product, tensor product
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1116; Downloads: 49
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A test of Self-Control Theory across different socioeconomic strata
Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Rudi Klanjšek, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: The current investigation examined the relationships between family processes, self-control, and adolescent deviance in a sample of N = 3,764 Swiss male and female youth pursuing an apprenticeship (lower SES) or attending a Gymnasium/teacher's college (higher SES). Participants completed a questionnaire that included measures of family processes, self-control, and deviant behaviors. Results indicated that self-control predicted adolescent deviance in both groups, and that direct and indirect effects existed in the relationships between family processes, self-control, and deviance. Findings provided evidence of comparatively few differences in the observed associations by SES, though the magnitude of the positive effect by low self-control on deviance was more modest in male apprentices as compared to non-apprentices. Findings are discussed in terms of the implications for Self-Control Theory.
Keywords: sociology, adolescents, deviations, family, self-control, self-control theory, socioeconomic strata
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 673; Downloads: 46
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Characterization of reducible hexagons and fast decomposition of elementary benzenoid graphs
Andrej Taranenko, Aleksander Vesel, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: A benzenoid graph is a finite connected plane graph with no cut vertices in which every interior region is bounded by a regular hexagon of a side length one. A benzenoid graph G is elementary if every edge belongs to a 1-factor of G. A hexagon h of an elementary benzenoid graph is reducible, if the removal of boundary edges and vertices of h results in an elementary benzenoid graph. We characterize the reducible hexagons of an elementary benzenoid graph. The characterization is the basis for an algorithm which finds the sequence of reducible hexagons that decompose a graph of this class in ▫$O(n^2)$▫ time. Moreover, we present an algorithm which decomposes an elementary benzenoid graph with at most one pericondensed component in linear time.
Keywords: mathematics, graph theory, benzenoid graphs, 1-factor, hexagons, reducible hexagons, reducible face decomposition
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1025; Downloads: 49
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Flights towards defection in economic transactions
Matjaž Perc, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: We show that Lévy distributed variations of payoffs in the prisoner's dilemma game impede cooperation as the frequency of rare events increases. Lévy flights thus facilitate defection, but also uphold the evolutionary process, arguably maintaining a healthy level of competitiveness amongst the agents.
Keywords: chaotic systems, game theory, Lévy process, cooperation, social welfare
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1002; Downloads: 45
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Microeconomic uncertainties facilitate cooperative alliances and social welfare
Matjaž Perc, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: We show that microeconomic chaotic variations of payoffs in the prisoner's dilemma game maintain cooperation over a broad range of defection temptation values where otherwise economic stalemate reigns. Thus, unpredictability at micro scales impedes mutual defection that inflicts social poverty.
Keywords: chaotic systems, game theory, microeconomic chaos, cooperation, social welfare
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1002; Downloads: 51
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A note on local automorphisms
Ajda Fošner, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: Let ▫$H$▫ be an infinite-dimensional almost separable Hilbert space. We show that every local automorphism of ▫$mathscr{B}(H)$▫, the algebra of all bounded linear operators on a Hilbert space ▫$H$▫, is an automorphism.
Keywords: mathematics, operator theory, automorphism, local automorphism, algebra of operators on a Hilbert space
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 722; Downloads: 53
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The number of partitions of a non-negative integer
Mateja Prešern, 2002, published professional conference contribution

Keywords: discrete mathematics, combinatorics, graph theory, paritions
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1227; Downloads: 25
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Scenario development and application of basic art principles in the design of a children’s short story
Tamara Domuzin, 2014, master's thesis/paper

Abstract: The purpose of the Masther thesis is to gain more detailed insight into subjects of children's literature and theory of art. While researching the field of children's literature, a great importance has been given to finding the typical characters that form the cast of children stories, as well as the basic elements and development of the typical plot. These principles have been followed in the first section of empirical part - writing a children's short story. While researching the theory of art, the purpose was to gain knowledge of visual elements of composition and principles of design, that have been used in the second section of empirical part - creating illustrations for specific scenes of the story.
Keywords: children's literature, scenario development, art theory, composition
Published: 19.02.2015; Views: 592; Downloads: 41
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A STYLISTIC AND THEMATIC COMPARISON BETWEEN TOUCHING THE VOID BY JOE SIMPSON AND DAVID BY EARLE BIRNEY
Ana Suvajčević, 2016, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: The theme of my thesis is a stylistic and thematic comparison between Touching the Void by Joe Simpson and David by Earle Birney. Both works have surprisingly similar themes, so the purpose of the thesis was to find out where they are contiguous, where they diverge, and what are the reasons for this. Since both the poem and the narrative are unique masterpieces, some elements and the reasons for their appearance were sometimes surprising. Firstly, the analysis of morphology of each work was made separately – its themes, symbols, inner and outer forms, which include structure, style and rhythm. In a separate chapter both works, their elements and reason for divergences and similarities were compared and interpreted once again.
Keywords: Earle Birney, David, Joe Simpson, Touching the Void, literary theory, Modernism, literary comparison
Published: 24.08.2016; Views: 346; Downloads: 22
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