Jaem 2011, Vol 1, No 1Jaem 2011, Vol 1, No 1 koleksiyonunu içerir.https://hdl.handle.net/11729/23882021-05-17T19:15:48Z2021-05-17T19:15:48ZA prediction regarding the weakening of the blue shift of light from geosynchronous satellitesYarman, TolgaArik, MetinKholmetskii, Alexanderhttps://hdl.handle.net/11729/24232021-05-05T13:01:01Z2011-06-13T00:00:00ZA prediction regarding the weakening of the blue shift of light from geosynchronous satellites
Yarman, Tolga; Arik, Metin; Kholmetskii, Alexander
We base the present approach, on an alternative theory of gravitation, consisting essentially on the law of energy conservation broadened to embody the mass & energy equivalence of the Special Theory of Relativity, and remedying, known problems and incompatibilities, associated with the actually reigning conception. The mere rotation problem of say, a sphere, can well be undertaken, along the same idea. Accordingly, we consider the problem of gravity created by a rotating celestial body. Finally we apply our results to the case of a geosynchronous satellite, which is, schematically speaking, nothing but a clock placed on a considerably high tower. The approach ironically furnishes the Newton’s law of motion, which however we derive, based on just static forces, and not an acceleration, governing a motion. (There is anyway no motion for a geosynchronous satellite, when observed from Earth.) We predict accordingly that, the blue shift of light from a geosynchronous satellite on an orbit of radius rGs should be softened as much as (ω 2 /2c 2 )(r 2 Gs − R 2 ) as compared to what is expected classically; here ω Earth’s self rotation angular momentum, R Earth’s radius, and c the speed of light in empty space. We hope, the validity of this unforeseen prediction, can soon be checked out.
2011-06-13T00:00:00ZThe χγ2F − summable sequences of strongly fuzzy numbersSubramanian, N.Misra, U. K.https://hdl.handle.net/11729/24222021-05-05T13:05:32Z2011-05-20T00:00:00ZThe χγ2F − summable sequences of strongly fuzzy numbers
Subramanian, N.; Misra, U. K.
We introduce the classes of χ 2F λ (A, p) − summable sequences of strongly fuzzy numbers and give some relations between these classes. We also give a natural relationship between χ 2F λ − summable sequences of strongly fuzzy numbers and strongly χ 2F λ (A) − statistical convergence of sequences of fuzzy numbers.
2011-05-20T00:00:00ZOn generalized sarmanov bivariate distributionsBairamov, IsmihanAltınsoy, BanuKerns, G. Jayhttps://hdl.handle.net/11729/24212021-05-05T09:50:41Z2011-05-15T00:00:00ZOn generalized sarmanov bivariate distributions
Bairamov, Ismihan; Altınsoy, Banu; Kerns, G. Jay
A class of bivariate distributions which generalizes the Sarmanov class is introduced. This class possesses a simple analytical form and desirable dependence properties. The admissible range for association parameter for given bivariate distributions are derived and the range for correlation coefficients are also presented.
2011-05-15T00:00:00ZOn complex multiplicative differentiationBashirov, Agamirza E.Riza, Mustafahttps://hdl.handle.net/11729/24202021-05-05T13:04:50Z2011-08-05T00:00:00ZOn complex multiplicative differentiation
Bashirov, Agamirza E.; Riza, Mustafa
In the present paper we discuss multiplicative differentiation for complexvalued functions. Some drawbacks, arising with this concept in the real case, are explained satisfactorily. Some new difficulties, coming from the complex nature of variables, are discussed and they are outreached. Multiplicative Cauchy–Riemann conditions are established. Properties of complex multiplicative derivatives are studied.
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