An

algebraic system (S, +, x) is called a semiquasi-near-ring (or right semiquasi-near-ring) if it satisfies the following three conditions:

The non-linear

algebraic system is checked iteratively, adjusting the values for the thermal capacity.

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Observe that for algebraic transition probabilities the rate of escape is obtained by solving the

algebraic system of equations (3).

in which determinants A is the

algebraic system determinant, [[DELTA].

By definition, the vector U satisfies the perturbed

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By solving the

algebraic system (7), we obtain [[phi].

Depending of the type of the leaning we write the boundary conditions and we obtain an

algebraic system.

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Another mathematician and philosopher by the name of George Boole published a paper in 1847 called "The Mathematical Analysis of Logic" that describes an

algebraic system of logic, now known as Boolean algebra.

They begin by introducing the

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