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Komatsu

(kōmä`tso͞o), city (1990 pop. 106,075), Ishikawa prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a flourishing market town noted for its copper mining and the production of silk, rayon, and construction machinery.
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Bulut, "Fekete-Szego problem for subclasses of analytic functions defined by Komatu integral operator," Arabian Journal of Mathematics, vol.
Komatu, On analytical prolongation of a family of operators, Math.
Komatu et al., "Oxidative damage to mitochondrial DNA and its relationship to diabetic complications," Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, vol.
Calling it "Not just factory integration, but added intelligence," Komatu's system includes a GNSS antenna that has been relocated from the blade to the top of the cab, which lessens the chance of damage, but provides accurate as-built data collection.
Suzuki, S., Hinokio, Y., Komatu, K., Ohtomo, M., Onoda, M., Hirai, S., Hirai, M., Hirai, A., Chiba, M., Kasuga, S., Akai, H., Toyota, T., 1999.
"Before the village had solar power for the refrigerator at the health centre, people would need to travel six kilometres to Komatu to get vaccines.
"Before the village had solar power for the refrigerator at the health centre people would need to travel six kilometres to Komatu to get vaccines.
Pollak, A Remark on "Elementary Inequalities for Mills' Ratio" by Yusaku Komatu, Rep.
He helped to set up the Birtley-based organisation 20 years ago while working for Komatu UK.
[11.] Yano T, Ichikawa Y, Komatu S, Arai S, Oizumi K Association of Mycoplasma pneumoniae antigen with initial onset of bronchial asthma.