Define [??](S, t; [xi], T) as the fundamental solution of the following

solution problem:

Using the MFPS method, the

solution problem (2)-(3) can be written the fractional power series form as

By the use of some fixed-point theorem, the existence results of positive solutions are obtained for singular factional problem [2, 4, 24, 25], impulsive fractional problem [3, 20], nonlocal problem [1, 12, 14, 16, 22, 23], numerical

solution problem [17, 18], initial value problem [19, 20], Dirichlet value problem [6, 9, 15], iterative

solution problem [5], and so on.

Zhang Haibo from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications studied the optimal

solution problem in BWCS by chaotic neural network technology in Research on Wireless Resources Optimization Strategy Based on Chaotic Neural Network [4].

By these ways we may estimate the population density in an instant t = [t.sup.*] without necessarily using the analytical

solution problem.

Saleh appealed to the official bodies and the community to take a stand against the Christianization to find a

solution problem and argued that governments efforts in this regard are timid compared to missionaries' efforts.

In my January column, "The

Solution Problem," I related how this revolution also derailed red winemaking for half a century, replacing the centrality of structure and soulfulness with a culture of squeaky-clean fruit bombs.

Just managing the changing situation of presbyopia or someone with allergic eye disease or a contact lens

solution problem is very satisfying to solve.

The practice shows that often it is more efficient to solve a problem by starting with a similar previous

solution problem, than to generate it's from the very outset.

The four systems solutions purposefully varied in the complexity of the targeting system and the associated complexity (or lack thereof) in the weapon, said Rose, to emphasize the point that "preemptive destruction was not a targeting

solution problem. It was a targeting/weapon

solution problem."