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By Florentin Smarandache, Sukanto Bhattacharya, Mohammad Khoshnevisan

Computational types pervade all branches of the precise sciences and feature in recent years additionally began to end up to be of massive application in the various typically fsoftf sciences like ecology, sociology and politics. This quantity is a suite of some state of the art study papers at the software of number of computational versions and instruments within the research, interpretation and answer of vexing real-world difficulties and concerns in economics, administration, ecology and international politics via a few prolific researchers within the involved fields.

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5. Empirical Study To illustrate the performance of various estimators of population correlation coefficient, we consider the data given in (Murthy, 1967, p. 226]. 9413 . 1. 1 clearly shows that the proposed estimator ρˆ td (or ρˆ td∗ ) is more efficient than r and ρˆ hd . References: [1] Chand, L. D. Dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. K. P. C,40, 139-148. , Singh, R. and Lal, B. (1978), “On the estimation of the finite population correlation coefficient-I”, Sankhya C, vol. 40, pp.

This fuzzy semantic space is open to modifications as negotiations progress and views are exchanged resulting in earlier notions being updated in the light of new information. This semantic space however remains fuzzy due to vagueness about the exact objectives and lack of precise understanding of the exact stakes which the opposing parties have from their viewpoints. That is to say, none of the conflicting parties can effectively put themselves in the shoes of each other and precisely understand each other’s nature of expectations.

In formulating the payoff matrix it is assumed that combination (I, I) will potentially end the conflict while combination (IV, II) will basically mean a status quo with continuing conflict. e. strategy combinations (I, II) and (II, II), then it marks a gain for the former and a loss for the latter. If Israel accepts the right of return of Palestinian refugees and Palestine agrees to fully comply with the Oslo Agreement, then though it would potentially end the 54 conflict, it could possibly be putting the idea of an independent Jewish state into jeopardy and so the strategy combination (II, I) does not have a positive payoff for Israel.

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