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proposed system proficiency is evaluated by relating with existing schemes. (b) Considering the proposed technique, DMO is used to find optimal global solution for the fault predicted by the RERNN approach. (c) The efficiency of the PI is 82.136, ANN is 77

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A generalized Cauchy problem for almost linear hyperbolic functional differential systems is considered. A theorem on the global existence of classical solutions is proved. It is shown a result on the differentiability of solutions with respect to initial functions. A method of characteristics and integral functional inequalities are used.

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This manuscript deals with the global existence and asymptotic behavior of solutions for a Kirchhoff beam equation with internal damping. The existence of solutions is obtained by using the Faedo-Galerkin method. Exponential stability is proved by applying Nakao’s theorem.

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The properties of defects on the (100) MoS2 surface have been investigated by the perturbed cluster method. The perturbed cluster method provides an accurate description of the local defect properties while taking into account the interaction between the defect and the surrounding crystal. The surface energies, including correlation correction, of different defect structures of various sizes on the (100) MoS2 surface are reported and compared with the energy of a reference surface cluster. The results, in conjunction with calculations of the electronic properties and electrostatic potential of the different defect sites, show that the chemistry of the defects differs from that of the perfect (100) “as-cleaved” surface. The enhanced reactivity of the defects is ascribed to the anisotropy in the electrostatic potential. The presence of “nodes” in the surface electrostatic potential suggests that the adsorption of small polarizable molecules will preferentially take place in the vicinity of these defects.

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This paper describes a novel hybrid technique with fractional order PID controller (FOPID) for simultaneously controlling the humidity of indoor air temperature and the direct expansion (DX) air conditioning (A/C) system. The proposed hybrid system is a joint performance of the butterfly optimization algorithm (BOA) and adaptive network fuzzy inference system (ANFIS), hence forth it is called BOANFIS Technique (BOANFIST). The purpose of the proposed system is to disconnect the temperature and humidity control circuits. The proposed control is modeled and replicated on MATLAB platform and is assessed using existing systems. The statistical performance of the proposed and existing systems of mean, median and standard deviation is also evaluated. It reduces computational time up to 1.01 s and also reduces energy consumption to around 16.42 KWh/day. Furthermore, the simulation outcomes suggest that the proposed technique may efficiently and accurately obtain the optimal global solutions of the proposed technique compared to existing systems.

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Keynesian policy was quite successful in the post-war decades in Western Europe, but by the late 1960s lost its efficiency due to changes in conditions rather than its mistaken logic. The lesson from the first global crisis erupting in early 1970s and also from the subsequent several crises since then is that the increasing crisis propensity of the world economy is rooted in its inherent disequilibria stemming from deep inequalities, asymmetrical interdependencies and disintegrated socio-economic structures. In view of the failure of the prevailing methods of crisis management, particularly those undifferentiated, antisocial austerity measures corresponding to a neo-liberal monetarist concept which neglects this lesson, many economists prefer the Keynesian recipe. However, since global crises need global solution, and the spread of conspicuous consumption modify the demand constraint, its application must be adjusted to reality, and requires some global governance which may pave the way for a global oeco-social market economy.

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18 Chan, M. (2009). Impact of financial crisis on health: a truly global solution is needed (WHO). http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/statements/2009/financial

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A diabetes mellitus és a bélmikrobiom

Diabetes mellitus and the intestinal microbiome

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Gyula Tomasics
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László Schandl
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Annamária Polyák
, and
Gábor Winkler

–14696. 42 Laxminarayan R, Duse A, Wattal C, et al. Antibiotic resistance-the need for global solutions. Lancet Infect Dis. 2013; 13: 1057–1098. Erratum: Lancet Infect Dis. 2014; 14: 11. Erratum

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genetic algorithm The ARGA is a framework that aims to improve the efficiency of a Genetic Algorithm (GA) by developing a system that can increase its probability of finding the optimal global solution [ 12 ]. As it is shown in Fig. 1 , there are two

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