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VOLUME 37, NUMBER 1,FEBRUARY 2014

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TRAJECTORIES OF ANTIMATTER BODIES IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM ACCORDING TO ISODUAL THEORY OF ANTIMATTER AND POSSIBLE IMPACTS WITH EARTH, 1
Simone Beghella Bartoli
The Institute for Basic Research
1444 Rainville Rd.,Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 USA

THE MATRIX FIELD THEORY AND THE GENERALIZED SCHWARZSCHILD SOLUTION OF THE METRIC MATRIX EQUATION, 29
Alexander D. Dymnikov
Louisiana Accelerator Center/Physics Department Louisiana University at Lafayette
320 Cajundome Blvd., Lafayette, LA 70506 USA

DYSON'S ANALYSIS FOR TOKAMAK GRAVITY WAVE PRODUCTION, LIGO, AND GERTSENSHTEIN COUPLING BETWEEN PHOTONS, GRAVITONS AND MAGNETIC FIELDS, 57
Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University Department of Physics Chongqing, PRC, 400044

COMMENT ON ''WHAT THE INFORMATION LOSS IS NOT",75
Qing-yu Cai, Baocheng Zhang, Miangsheng Zhao
Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071 People's Republic of China
LiYou
Department of Physics, Tsinghua University People's Republic of China

THE SUBSTRUCTURE OF THE QUANTUM FIELD-OSCILLATOR, 83
Guido Giovanni
Department of Mathematics and Physics High  School "C. Cavalieri"
Via Spangliardi 23, Parabiago, 20015 Italy

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VOLUME 37, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2014

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HERMITIAN TRIPLE SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED WITH BILINEAR FORMS AND CERTAIN APPLICATIONS TO FIELD THEORY, 131
Noriaki Kamiya
Department of Mathematics
University of Aizu Aizuwakamatsu
965-8580, Japan
Matsuo Sato
Department of Natural Science
Faculty of Education Hirosaki University
Bunkyo-cho l , Hirosaki, Aomori 036-8560, Japan

SOME CLARIFICATION AND CORRECTION OF RECENT CRITICISM OF EINSTEIN, 149
Jeremy Dunning-Davies
Department of Physics
University of Hull Hull
HU6 7RX, England
and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL, USA

SEVERAL ROUTES TO DETERMINING ENTROPY GENERATION IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE/LINKS TO CMBR SPECTRA/RELIC NEUTRINO PRODUCTION, 155
Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University
Department of Physics
Chongqing, PRC, 400044

FOUNDATIONS OF ISOMATHEMATICS, 163
Aron S. Muktibodh
Department of Mathematics Mohota College of Science
Nagpur-440009, India

CONSEQUENCES OF SQUEEZING INITIALLY COHERENT (SEMI CLASSICAL) STATES WITH REGARDS TO FINDING IF THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT IS OR IS NOT A 'VACUUM' FIELD, 179
Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University
Department of Physics Chongqing
PRC, 400044

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR DYNAMIC ISO-SPHERE HOLOGRAPHIC RINGS WITH AN INVERSE ISO-DUALITY, 227
Nathan Schmidt
Department of Mathematics Boise State University
1910 University Drive Boise
ID 83725, USA

THE GALACTIC BLACK HOLE, 241
Kepneth Dalton
General Delivery
Bang Saphan Y ai 77140 Prachuap
Kiri Khan Thailand

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VOLUME 37, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2014

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DIMENSIONLESS PHYSICAL CONSTANT MYSTERIES (I) THE FINE STRUCTURE CONSTANT, 247
Ke Xiao
P.O. Box 961
Manhattan Beach, CA 90267, USA

INITIATING SANTILLl'S ISO-MATHEMATICS TO TRIPLEX NUMBERS, FRACTALS AND INOPIN'S HOLOGRAPHIC RING: PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT AND NEW LEMMAS, 303
Nathan Schmidt
Department of Mathematics Boise State University
1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725, USA
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics
California State University
Fullerton 800 North State College Boulevard
Fullerton, CA 92831, USA

DECELERATION PARAMETER Q(Z) AND EXAMINING IF A JOINT
DM-DE MODEL IS FEASIZABLE, WITH APPLICATIONS TO "ATOMS OF SPACE-TIME" THERMODYNAMICS AND BBN, 337

Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University
Department of Physics Chongqing, PRC, 400044

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VOLUME 36, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2013

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SOME THOUGHTS ON SPECIAL RELATIVITY, 1
Jeremy Dunning-Davies
Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM)
Einstein-Galilei
Via Santa Gonda, 14 - 59100 Prato, Italy
and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL, U.S.A.

RETHINKING THE FORMAL METHODOLOGY (I):
WAVE-VORTEX ESSENCE OF THE SUBSTANCE, 9
George Kirakosyan
Physics Department, State Engineering University
Yerevan, Armenia
P.O. Box 42, Dubai, UAE

SANTILLI’S NEW MATHEMATICS FOR CHEMISTS AND
BIOLOGISTS. AN INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT, 51
Anil A. Bhalekar
R.T.M. Nagpur University, Department of Chemistry
Amravati Road Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India

 

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VOLUME 36, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2013    

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GENO-BRAGG’S LAW AND GENO-EINSTEIN’S GENERAL RELATIVITY THEORY FOR QUASICRYSTAL STRUCTURES, 149
Alexander O.E. Animalu
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
and
Enugu State, Nigeria & International Centre for Basic Research
20 Limpopo Street, FHA, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria

DYNAMIC ISO-TOPIC LIFTING WITH APPLICATION TO FIBONACCI’S SEQUENCE AND MANDELBROT’S SET, 167
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725 USA

ACTIVE SITES, COMPLEXITY STRUCTURES AND HYPERSTRUCTURES IN CATALYSTS, 177
M. Piumetti
Department of Applied Science and Technology
Politecnico di Torino, 10129 Torino, Italy
N. Lygeros
LGPC (UMR 5285), Université de Lyon
69616, Villeurbanne, France

DARK ENERGY, INERTIA AND MACH’S PRINCIPLE, 197
C. Sivaram
Indian Institute of Astrophysics
Bangalore – 560 034, India
Kenath Arun
Christ Junior College
Bangalore – 560 029, India

MAGNETIC EFFECT OF NON-COMMUTATIVITY, 205
B.G. Sidharth
G.P. Birla Observatory & Astronomical Research Centre
B.M. Birla Science Centre
Adarsh Nagar, Hyderbad – 500 063 India
C.V. Aditya
University of Stuttgart, Germany

MADELBROT ISO-SETS: ISO-UNIT IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 211
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics, California State University
Fullerton, 800 North State College Boulevard
Fullerton, CA 92831 USA
Nathan Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725 USA

ISO-GALOIS FIELDS, 225
Arun S. Muktibodh
Department of Mathematics
Mohota College of Science
Nagpur-440009 India

ON THE MASS-ENERGY RELATIONSHIP E=mc2, 237
John Shim

FERMIODYNAMICS THROUGH GENERALIZED ELECTRODYNAMICS, 243
Sushama V. Vaidya
Physics Department S.B. College of Science
Aurangabad – 431001, India
M.T. Teli
Physics Department
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Aurangabad – 431004, India (Retd.)

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VOLUME 36, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2013

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ON GENERALIZED JORDAN PREDERIVATIONS AND
GENERALIZED PREDERIVATIONS OF
JORDAN LIE SUPERALGEBRAS, 265
Jianrong Peng, Yao Ma, Liangyun Chen
Department of Mathematics
Northeast Normal University
Changchun 130024, China

HADRONIC CHEMISTRY AND BINDING ENERGIES, 283
Sudhakar S. Dhondge
P.G. Department of Chemistry, S.K. Porwal College
Kamptee, Nagpur - 441 001, India
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

DOES AN INITIAL NON PATHEOLOGICAL SINGULARITY
AFFECT DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN EITHER A SINGLE UNIVERSE
OR A MULTIVERSE?, 327
Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University Department of Physics
Chongqing, PRC, 400044

ON THE INTERPRETATION OF THE LORENTZ TIME TRANSFORMATION, 345
John Shim

SANTILLI’S LIE-ADMISSIBLE MECHANICS. THE ONLY OPTION COMMENSURATE WITH IRREVERSIBILITY AND NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS, 349
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

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VOLUME 36 NUMBER4, 2013

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SOME THOUGHTS ON SPECIAL RELATIVITY, 1
Jeremy Dunning-Davies
Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM)
Einstein-Galilei, Via Santa Gonda, 14 - 59100 Prato, Italy
and
Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL, U.S.A.

RETHINKING THE FORMAL METHODOLOGY (I): WAVE-VORTEX
ESSENCE OF THE SUBSTANCE, 9
George Kirakosyan
Physics Department, State Engineering University
Yerevan, Armenia, P.O. Box 42, Dubai, UAE

SANTILLI’S NEW MATHEMATICS FOR CHEMISTS AND

BIOLOGISTS. AN INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT, 51
Anil A. Bhalekar
R.T.M. Nagpur University, Department of Chemistry
Amravati Road Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India

GENO-BRAGG’S LAW AND GENO-EINSTEIN’S GENERAL RELATIVITY
THEORY FOR QUASICRYSTAL STRUCTURES, 149
Alexander O.E. Animalu
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
and
Enugu State, Nigeria & International Centre for Basic Research
20 Limpopo Street, FHA, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria

DYNAMIC ISO-TOPIC LIFTING WITH APPLICATION TO FIBONACCI’S SEQUENCE AND MANDELBROT’S SET, 167
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725 USA

ACTIVE SITES, COMPLEXITY STRUCTURES AND HYPERSTRUCTURES IN CATALYSTS, 177
M. Piumetti
Department of Applied Science and Technology
Politecnico di Torino, 10129 Torino, Italy
N. Lygeros
LGPC (UMR 5285), Université de Lyon
69616, Villeurbanne, France

DARK ENERGY, INERTIA AND MACH’S PRINCIPLE, 197
C. Sivaram
Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore – 560 034, India
Kenath Arun
Christ Junior College, Bangalore – 560 029, India

MAGNETIC EFFECT OF NON-COMMUTATIVITY, 205
B.G. Sidharth
G.P. Birla Observatory & Astronomical Research Centre
B.M. Birla Science Centre
Adarsh Nagar, Hyderbad – 500 063 India
C.V. Aditya
University of Stuttgart, Germany

MADELBROT ISO-SETS: ISO-UNIT IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 211
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics, California State University
Fullerton, 800 North State College Boulevard, Fullerton, CA 92831 USA
Nathan Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725 USA

ISO-GALOIS FIELDS, 225
Arun S. Muktibodh
Department of Mathematics, Mohota College of Science
Nagpur-440009 India

ON THE MASS-ENERGY RELATIONSHIP E=mc2, 237
John Shim

FERMIODYNAMICS THROUGH GENERALIZED ELECTRODYNAMICS, 243
Sushama V. Vaidya
Physics Department S.B. College of Science
Aurangabad – 431001, India
M.T. Teli
Physics Department, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Aurangabad – 431004, India (Retd.)

ON GENERALIZED JORDAN PREDERIVATIONS AND GENERALIZED PREDERIVATIONS OF JORDAN LIE SUPERALGEBRAS, 265
Jianrong Peng, Yao Ma, Liangyun Chen
Department of Mathematics
Northeast Normal University
Changchun 130024, China 

HADRONIC CHEMISTRY AND BINDING ENERGIES, 283
Sudhakar S. Dhondge
P.G. Department of Chemistry, S.K. Porwal College
Kamptee, Nagpur - 441 001, India
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

DOES AN INITIAL NON PATHEOLOGICAL SINGULARITY AFFECT DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN EITHER A SINGLE UNIVERSE OR A MULTIVERSE?, 327
Andrew Beckwith
Chongqing University
Department of Physics
Chongqing, PRC, 400044

ON THE INTERPRETATION OF THE LORENTZ TIME TRANSFORMATION, 345
John Shim

SANTILLI'S LIE-ADMISSIBLE MECHANICS. THE ONLY OPTIO COMMENSURATE WITH IRREVERSIBILITY AND NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS, 349
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry, R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

SANTILLI'S ISOTOPIC, GENOTOPIC, HYPER-STRUCTURAL AND
ISODUAL FOUR DIRECTIONS OF TIME AND NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS, 387
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry, R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus,
Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

ORIGIN OF QUARKS THROUGH FERMIODYNAMICS, 407
Sushama V. Vaidya
Physics Department, S.B. College of Science, Aurangabad – 431001, India
M.T. Teli
Physics Department, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Marathwada University
Aurangabad – 431004, India (Retd.)

GRAVITO-ELECTROMAGNETISM EXPLAINED BY THE THEORY OF INFORMATIONS, 415
Antoine Acke
Retired Professor, Department of Industrial Sciences
University College Kaho Sint-Lieven, Gent, Belgium 

ON THE INTERPRETATION OF THE LORENTZ TIME TRANSFORMATION, 485
John Shim

DYNAMIC ISO-TOPIC LIFTING WITH APPLICATION TO FIBONACCI’S SEQUENCE AND MANDELBROT’S SET, 489
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725, USA

THE MISSING MASS OF THE MILKY WAY GALAXY, 499
Kenneth Dalton

SANTILLI'S NEW FUELS AS SOURCES OF CLEAN COMBUSTION, 507
Indrani B. Das Sarma
Department of Applied Chemistry, Jhulelal Institute of Technology
Lonara, Nagpur – 441 111, India

AN INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT OF SANTILLI’S IRS, IBS AND NIS, 529
Ritesh L. Kohale
Department of Physics, R.T.M. Nagpur University
Nagpur – 440033, India

MADELBROT ISO-SETS: ISO-UNIT IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 541
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics, California State University
800 North State College Boulevard, Fullerton, CA 92831, USA
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725, USA

THE GRAVITATIONAL ENERGY OF THE UNIVERSE, 555
Kenneth Dalton
General Delivery, Bang Saphan Yai 77140
Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand

THE MAGNEHYDROGENTM IN HYDRONIC CHEMISTRY, 565
Sangesh P. Zodape
Department of Chemistry, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology
Nagpur – 440 010, India
Anil A. Bhalekar
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW SPECIES OF THE MAGNECULES OF HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, 593
Chandrashekhar P. Pandhurnekar
Department of Applied Chemistry, Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur – 440 013, India

COMMENT ON “WHAT THE INFORMATION LOSS IS NOT”, 625
Qing-yu Cai, Baocheng Zhang, Miangsheng Zhan
Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071
People’s Republic of China
Li You
Department of Physics, Tsinghua University,People’s Republic of China

A CYCLIC MODEL OF GALAXY EVOLUTION WITH BARS, 633
Peter A. Jackson
RAS, AAS, Orchard House Hillside Rd., Whitstable CT5 3EX, UK
John S. Minkowski
Baltimore, MD 21204, USA

ELECTROMAGNETISM EXPLAINED BY THE THEORY OF INFORMATONS, 677
Antoine Acke
Retired Professor, Department Industrial Sciences
University College Kaho Sint-Lieven, Gent – Belgium

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VOLUME 36, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2013 

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SANTILLI'S NEW FUELS AS SOURCES OF CLEAN COMBUSTION, 507
Indrani B. Das Sarma
Department of Applied Chemistry
Jhulelal Institute of Technology
Lonara, Nagpur – 441 111, India

AN INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT OF SANTILLI’S IRS, IBS AND NIS, 529
Ritesh L. Kohale
Department of Physics
R.T.M. Nagpur University
Nagpur – 440033, India

MADELBROT ISO-SETS: ISO-UNIT IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 541
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics, California State University
800 North State College Boulevard
Fullerton, CA 92831, USA
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725, USA

THE GRAVITATIONAL ENERGY OF THE UNIVERSE, 555
Kenneth Dalton
General Delivery
Bang Saphan Yai 77140
Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand

 THE MAGNEHYDROGENTM IN HYDRONIC CHEMISTRY, 565
Sangesh P. Zodape
Department of Chemistry
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology
Nagpur – 440 010, India
Anil A. Bhalekar2
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW SPECIES OF THE MAGNECULES OF HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, 593
Chandrashekhar P. Pandhurnekar
Department of Applied Chemistry
Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management
Nagpur – 440 013, India

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COMMENT ON “WHAT THE INFORMATION LOSS IS NOT”, 625
Qing-yu Cai, Baocheng Zhang, Miangsheng Zhan
Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071
People’s Republic of China
Li You
Department of Physics, Tsinghua University
People’s Republic of China

A CYCLIC MODEL OF GALAXY EVOLUTION WITH BARS, 633
Peter A. Jackson
RAS, AAS, Orchard House Hillside Rd.
Whitstable CT5 3EX, UK
John S. Minkowski
Baltimore, MD 21204, USA

ELECTROMAGNETISM EXPLAINED BY THE THEORY OF INFORMATONS, 677
Antoine Acke
Retired Professor, Department Industrial Sciences
University College Kaho Sint-Lieven
Gent – Belgium

INDEX VOL 36, 2013……..741

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VOLUME 35, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2012

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WHAT’S WRONG WITH BLACK HOLE THERMODYNAMICS?, 1
B.H Lavenda

Università degli Studi
Camerino 62032 (MC) Italy

TWISTED TALES FROM STRING THEORY, 11
B.H Lavenda

Università degli Studi
Camerino 62032 (MC) Italy

THE PRINCIPLE OF LEAST ACTION IN COVARIANT
THEORY OF GRAVITATION, 35
Sergey G. Fedosin

Perm, Perm Region, Russia
Sviazeva Str. 22-79

AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL FOR THE ROTATION OF
SPIRAL GALAXIES: THE CONNECTIONS AMONG SHAPE,
KINEMATICS AND EVOLUTION, 71
Mario Everaldo de Souza

Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Departamento de Física
Av. Marechal Rondon, s/n, Campus Universitário, Jardim Rosa Elze
49100-000, São Cristovão, Sergipe, Brazil

EXPLAINING HOW AND WHY THE MUON NEUTRINOS
FLOW FASTER THEN THE SPEED OF LIGHT IN THE OPERA
NEUTRINO EXPERIMENT, 97
Hamid Reza Karimi

Electrical Engineering Department
Azad University of South Tehran
Tehran, 1388748591, Iran

COMMENT ON “RELATIVITY THE HOLY GRAIL OF PHYSICS?”, 109
Jeremy Dunning-Davies

Department of Physics
University of Hull
Hull HU6 7RX, England and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL, U.S.A.

ROLE OF THE FINE STRUCTURE RATIO IN FITTING
THE SEMF ENERGY CONSTANTS AND
SUPER HEAVY MAGIC NUMBERS, 113
U.V.S. Seshavatharam

Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, AP, India and
S. Lakshminarayana
Dept. of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University
Visakhapatnam-03, AP, India

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VOLUME 35, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2012

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STUDY OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC CONTENT
OF SANTILLI’S THREE BODY STRUCTURE MODEL
OF THE DEUTERON AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR
NEW NUCLEAR ENERGIES, 125
Umberto Di Caprio

Stability Analysis
Via A. Doria 48/A, 20124 Milano, Italy and
ASDE (Associazione Dirigenti ENEL)

AN OPERATIONAL MECHANISM FEATURING
GRAVITY AMPLIFICATION, 175
Simon Berkovich

Department of Computer Science
The George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052

GRAVITATIONAL WAVES, 209
Kenneth Dalton

General Delivery
Bang Saphan Yai 77140
Prachuap Kiri Khan
Thailand

A PRELIMINARY ATTEMPT ON THE REFRAMING OF
THERMODYNAMICS OF IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES
USING SANTILLI’S HADRONIC MECHANICS, 221
Anil A. Bhalekar

#1, Shanti Niketan Colony, Pallavi Apartments,
Rana Pratap Nagar
NAGPUR – 440 022, India

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VOLUME 35, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2012

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POMERON PHYSICS AND
THE GLUEBALL REGGE TRAJECTORIES, 237
Navjot Hothi

Department of Applied Sciences, Chitkara University
Rajpura-140401, Punjab, India
Department of Physics, Kumaun University
Nainital-263002, Uttrakhand, India and
Shuchi Bisht
Department of Physics, Kumaun University
Nainital-263002, Uttrakhand, India

ACCELERATING UNIVERSE AND THE EXPANDING ATOM, 271
U.V. S. Seshavatharan

Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, AP, India and
S. Lakshminarayana
Dept. of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University
Visakhapatnam-03, AP, India

IS QUANTUM MECHANICS INVOLVED AT THE START
OF COSMOLOGICAL EVOLUTION?, 289
Andrew Beckwith

Chongqing University Department of Physics
Chongqing, PRC, 400044

GENO-BRAGG’S LAW 10X10 REPRESENTATION OF SU(3)
SYMMETRY FOR QUASICRYSTAL STRUCTURES, 309
Alexander O.E. Animalu

Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nigeria,
Nsukka Enugu State, Nigeria & International Centre for Basic Research
20 Limpopo Street, FHA, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria

ABSOLUTE THEORY OF RELATIVITY (ATR), 335
Florentin Smarandache

University of New Mexico
Gallup, NM 87301, USA

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VOLUME 35, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2012

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THE RADIUS OF THE PROTON IN THE
SELF-CONSISTENT MODEL, 349
Sergey G. Fedosin
Perm, Perm Region, Russia
Sviazeva Str. 22-79

GENERAL RELATIVITY AND OPERA EXPERIMENT, 365
Christian Corda
Institute for Theoretical Physics and
Advanced Mathematics
Einstein-Galilei, Via Santa Gonda 14
59100 Prato, Italy

RESPONSE TO CROTHERSÕ CATASTROPHE, 373
Jason J. Sharples
Applied and Industrial Mathematics Research Group
School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences
University of South Wales, Canberra, 2600 Australia

SOLAR REDSHIFT CALCULATIONS BY THE
RAYLEIGH SCATTERING MECHANISM, 379
Ivan Gandzha
Department of Theoretical Physics
Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
03028 Kyiv, Prospect Nauky 46, Ukraine

COMMENTS ON I. GANDZHAÕS PAPER: ÒSOLAR
REDSHIFT CALCULATIONS BY THE RALEIGH SCATTERING
MECHANISMÓ, 389
Richard Cox
International Committee on Scientific
Ethics and Accountability

WHY BARYONS ARE YANG-MILLS MAGNETIC
MONOPOLES, 399
Jay R. Yablon
Schenectady, New York 12309

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VOLUME 35, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2012

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PROOF OF QUARK CONFINEMENT AND BARYON-ANTIBARYON
DUALITY: I: GAUGE SYMMETRY BREAKING IN DUAL 4D FRACTIONAL
QUANTUM HALL SUPERFLUIDIC SPACE-TIME, 469
Andrej E. Inopin
Department of Experimental Nuclear Physics
Karazin National University
Svobody Sq. 4, Kharkiv, 61077 Ukraine
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725

ANALYTICAL APPROACH TO GEOMETRIC ERRORS IN
RADIOGRAPHY: INVERSE ABEL TRANSFORM FOR A
HOMOGENEOUS BALL, 509
Hanna Makaruk
P-21 Modern Physics, Physics Division
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, NM, 87544, USA
Robert Owczarek
Enfitec Inc. and Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM, 87131, USA

RESOLUTION OF KANTOR AND BABCOCK-BERGMAN
EMISSION THEORY ANOMALIES, 527
Peter A. Jackson
Orchard House, Whitstable
Canterbury, Kent CT5 3EX, UK
John Minkowski
Baltimore, MD

THE COSMOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF
NONLOCAL GRAVITY, 557
Peter Rowlands
Department of Physics, University of Liverpool
Oliver Lodge Laboratory, Oxford Street
Liverpool, L69 7ZE, UK

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VOLUME 36, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2012 

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SANTILLI’S NEW FUELS AS SOURCES OF CLEAN COMBUSTION, 507
Indrani B. Das Sarma
Department of Applied Chemistry
Jhulelal Institute of Technology
Lonara, Nagpur – 441 111, India

AN INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT OF SANTILLI’S IRS, IBS AND NIS, 529
Ritesh L. Kohale
Department of Physics
R.T.M. Nagpur University
Nagpur – 440033, India

MADELBROT ISO-SETS: ISO-UNIT IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 541
Reza Katebi
Department of Physics, California State University
800 North State College Boulevard
Fullerton, CA 92831, USA
Nathan O. Schmidt
Department of Mathematics, Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725, USA

THE GRAVITATIONAL ENERGY OF THE UNIVERSE, 555
Kenneth Dalton
General Delivery
Bang Saphan Yai 77140
Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand

 THE MAGNEHYDROGENTM IN HYDRONIC CHEMISTRY, 565
Sangesh P. Zodape
Department of Chemistry
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology
Nagpur – 440 010, India
Anil A. Bhalekar2
Department of Chemistry
R.T.M. Nagpur Univ., Amravati Rd. Campus, Nagpur – 440 033, India
And Thunder Fusion Corporation, U.S.A.
And Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics, Italy

INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW SPECIES OF THE MAGNECULES OF HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, 593
Chandrashekhar P. Pandhurnekar
Department of Applied Chemistry
Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management
Nagpur – 440 013, India

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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2011

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Special Issue Doctoral Thesis

Nonstandard Cosmology with Constant and Variable
Gravitational and Variable Cosmological 'Constants'
and Bulk Viscosity

Arbab Ibrahim Arbab

Supervised by

Prof. A-M. M. Abdel Rahman

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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2011

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Special Issue On Cosmology

BLACK HOLES AND THEIR ENTROPY, 109
Jeremy Dunning-Davies

Department of Physics, University of Hull
Hull HU67RX, England and
Institute of Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Florida, USA

IS RELATIVITY THE HOLY GRAIL OF PHYSICS?, 125
Robert Spoljaric

Queensland, Australia

A CLARIFICATION ON A COMMON MISCONCEPTION
ABOUTINTERFEROMETRIC DETECTORS
OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES, 133
Cristian Corda

International Institute for Theoretical Physics and
Mathematics (IFM) Eistein-Galilei
Via Santa Gonda 14, 59100 Prato, Italy and
Institute for Basic Research,
Palm Harbor, Florida 34684 U.S.A.

IRREVERSIBLE GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE: BLACK STARS OR BLACK HOLES?, 149
Christian Corda, Herman J. Mosquera Cuesta

Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
Departmento de Fisica Universidade
Estadual Vale do Acarau
Avenida da Universidade 850, Campus da Betania
CEP 62.040-370, Sobral, Ceara, Brazil
Instituto de Cosmologia, Relatividade e Astrofisica (ICRA-BR),
Centro Brasilero de Pasquisas Fisicas, Rua Dr. Xavier Sigaud 150,
CEP 22290-180, Urca Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network (ICRANet)
International Coordinating Center,
Piazzale della Repubblica 10, 65122, Pescara (PE), Italy
International Institute for Theoretical Physics and Mathematics
Eistein-Galilei, Via Santa Gonda, 14-59100 Prato, Italy

ON THE CORRECTNESS OF RELATIVE TIME
DILATATION IN SPECIAL RELATIVITY IN VACUUM:
a rebuttal against the claims by Arthur Boltcho in
European Journal of Scientific Research
ISSN 1450-216X Vol. 44 No. 4 (2010), pp. 610-611, 161
Christian Corda

International Institute for Theoretical Physics
and Mathematics (IFM) Einstein-Galilei,
Via Santa Gonda 14, Prato, Italy and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Fl 34684, USA

EXPANDING VERSUS NON-EXPANDING ,
UNIVERSE, 165
Antonio Alfonso-Faus

Escuela de Ingenieria Aeroespacial
E.U.I.T. Aeronautica, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Plaza Cardenal Cisneros, 3, 28040 Madrid, Spain

THE EVOLUTION OF UNIVERSE AS SPLITTING OF
THE 'NON EXISTING' AND SPACE-TIME
EXPANSION, 179
A. A. Nassikas

Technological Institute of Larissa
10, Ethnikis Antistassoes Str.
41335 Larissa, Greece

OMNES REVISITED, 189
Jeremy Dunning-Davies

Department of Physics
University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX, England and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Fl, USA

THE BLACK HOLE CATASTROPHE: A
SHORT REPLY TO J. J. SHARPLES, 197
Stephen J. Crothers

Queensland, Australia

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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2011

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QUANTUM DEGENERACIES IN BLACK
HOLES AND THE AdS5 SPACETIME, 225
Lawrence B. Crowell

Alpha Institute of Advanced Study
11 Rutafa Street H-1165,
Budapest, Hungary and
10600 Cibola Lp 311 NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114 USA

CONVARIANCE OF THE ALGEBRA OF CONSTRAINTS
OF 4-D GENERAL RELATIVITY, 243
Eyo Eyo Ita III

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge, Wilberforce Road
Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

CONFUSION IN THERMODYNAMICS, 259
J. Dunning-Davies and D. Sands

Physics Department, Hull University
Hull HU6 7RX, England

SOLVING EINSTEIN TWINS' PARADOX, 271
Hamid Reza Karimi

Electrical Engineering Department
Azad University of South of Tehran
Tehran, 1388748591, Iran

SUSY & STRONG NUCLEAR GRAVITY
IN (120-160) GeV MASS RANGE, 277
U. V. Seshavatharam

Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, India
S. Lakshminarayana
Department of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University
Visakhapatnam-03, India

A COMPUTATION OF THE PARTIAL
WIDTH ?Z0 ?e+e-, 301
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive, #13595
La Jolla, CA 92039

HECKMANN'S WORMHOLES
IN JORDAN-BRANS-DICKE GRAVITY, 319
Sergey Kozyrev

Scientific Center Gravity Wave Studies 'Dulkyn'
PB 595, Kazan, 420111, Russia, Kazan, Russian Federation

QUANTUM ALGEBRA OF THE HAMILTONIAN
CONSTRAINT IN REDUCED 4-DIMENSIONAL GRAVITY, 325
Eyo Eyo Ita III

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge Wilberforce Road,
Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

ON THE INTEGRAL INVARIANTS OF THE CLOSED
RULED SURFACES GENERATED BY A PARALLEL
P-AQUIDISTANTE DUAL CENTRODE CURVES
IN THE LINE SPACE, 335
Ayhan Sarioglugil(1), Suleyman Senyurt (2), Nuri Kuruoglu (3)

(1) University of Ondokuz Mayis, Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathematics, 55139
Kurupelit, Samsun, Turkey
(2) University of Ordu, Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathematics, 52750-Persembe
Ordu, Turkiye
(3) University of Bahcesehir, Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Besiktas, 34100, Istanbul, Turkey

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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2011

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MODELING THE ELECTRON AS A STABLE
QUANTUM WAVE-VORTEX: INTERPRETATION
a≈1/137 AS A WAVE CONSTANT, 349
George Kirakosyan

Physics Department, State Engineering University
Yerevan, Armenia

THE CHROMATIC POLYNOMIALS FOR
THE WHEEL AND LADDER GRPAHS, 373
Medhi Alaeiyan and Saeid Mohammadian

School of Mathematics
Iran University of Science and Technology
Narmak, Tehran 16844, Iran

TO CONFIRM THE EXISTENCE OF ATOMIC
GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT, 379
U. V. S. Seshavatharam

Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, India
Prof. S. Lakshminarayana
Department of Nuclear Physics
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam-03, India

GENERALIZED ELECTRODYNAMICS:
THE ORIGIN OF MASS FROM VACUUM, 411
Sushama V. Vaidya

Physics Department, S. B. College of Science
Aurangabad-431001, India
M.T. Teli
Physics Department, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Marathwada University, Aurangabad-431004, India

ON THE MATHEMATICAL SENSE OF RENORMALIZATION, 425
Alezander Stoyanovsky

Russia State University of Humanities
Miusskaya pl. 6, Moscow 125993, Russia

STRONG NUCLEAR GRAVITY-A BRIEF REPORT, 425
U. V. S. Seshavatharam

Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, India
Prof. S. Lakshminarayana
Department of Nuclear Physics
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam-03, India


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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2011

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NONUNITARY LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE
SCATTERING THEORIES OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, I: Conceptual and Mathematical Foundations, 447
R. M. Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
A. O. E. Animalu
University of Nigeria
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Nsukka, Nigeria

NONUNITARY LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE
SCATTERING THEORIES OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, II: Deformations-Isotopies of Lie's Theory, Special Relativity,
and Mechanics, 495
R. M. Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
A. O. E. Animalu
University of Nigeria
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Nsukka, Nigeria

NONUNITARY LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE
SCATTERING THEORIES OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, III: Basic Lie-Isotopic Formulation without Divergencies, 571
R. M. Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
A. O. E. Animalu
University of Nigeria
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Nsukka, Nigeria

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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2011

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NONUNITARY LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE
SCATTERING THEORIES OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, IV: Reversible Electron-Proton and Electron-Positron Scatterings, 601
R. M. Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
A. O. E. Animalu
University of Nigeria
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Nsukka, Nigeria

NONUNITARY LIE-ISOTOPIC AND LIE-ADMISSIBLE
SCATTERING THEORIES OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, V: Foundations of the Genoscattering Theory for Irreversible
Processes, 643
R. M. Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
A. O. E. Animalu
University of Nigeria
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Nsukka, Nigeria

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2010

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A NEW APPROACH TO POLYNOMIALS, 1
Liangyun Che, Yan Du, Haijun Yu

Department of Mathematics, Northeast Normal Univarsity
Changchun, 130024, China

INSTANTON REPRESENTATION OF PLEBANSKI
GRAVITY: XIX. REALITY CONDITIONS, 11
Eyo Eyo Ita III

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge
Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

ORIGIN OF THE TORQUOSELECTIVITY OBSERVED IN
THE THERMAL RING- OPENING OF CYCLOBUTENES
BASED ON THECPLEX-ISOELECTRONIC THEORY
AND EXPANDED ROBINSON ELECTRONIC THEORY, 33
Martin O. Cloonan

Chemistry, School of Science, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Dublin Road, Galway, Republic of Ireland

THE QUASILOCAL SUPERCHARGE AND THE
ENERGY OF MATTER IN A SPACE-TIME OF
APPROXIMATELY CONSTANT CURVATURE, 71
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive #13595, La Jolla, CA 92039

THE VALENCE QUARK MOMENTUM IN THE NUCLEON, 99
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive #13595, La Jolla, CA 92039

TIME-LIKE AND SPACE-LIKE CURVES WHICH ARE
OF TYPE AW (k) IN SEMI-EUCLIDEAN SPACE, 107
A. Funda Yaliniz, Hesna Kabadayi, H. Hilmi Hacisalihoglu

Ankara University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics
06100, Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2010

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ON THE UNIQUENESS OF A MEROMORPHIC FUNCTION
AND ITS DERIVATIVE SHARING A SMALL FUNCTION, 119
Abhijit Banerjee

Department of Mathematics, West Bengal State Universtity
Barasat, North 24 Prgs., West Bengal-700126, India
Pulak Sahoo
Department of Mathematics, Slida Chandra Sekhar College
Slida, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal 721515, India

TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM SPECTRA OF p+ p-, p p-
AT MIDRAPIDITY FOR CENTRAL Pb+Pb COLLISIONS, 131
Mohammad Kheare Abu Shayeb

Physics Department
Al-Hussein Bin talal University, MaÕan, Jordan

CLASSICAL APPROACH TO QUANTUM THEORY
YIELDS RELATIVISTIC SCHROEDINGER EQUATION
AND SUGGESTS THAT THE PHYSICAL MEANING OF
A WAVE FUNCTION IS DIFFERENT FROM PROBABILITY, 139
Yuri Keilman
Valley City, North Dakota, 58072, USA

ON A HYPOTHESIS REGARDING THE PHYSICAL NATURE
OF THE WEAK INTERACTION, 145
Peter Bissonnet
Apartado Postal 365837
Fusagasuga, Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America

STRANGE BEHAVIOR OF STRANGE QUARKS, 151
Navjot Hothi and Shuchi Bisht

Department of Physics, Kumaun University
Nainital-263002, Uttrakhand, India

ON THE PROLONGATIONS OF REPRESENTATIONS OF LIE GROUPS, 183
Hulya Kadioglu

Department of Mathematics, Gazi University, Turkey
and Department of Mathematics, Idaho State Univarsity, USA
Erdogan Esin
Department of Mathematics, Gazi University, Turkey

INSTANTON REPRESENTATION OF PLEBANSKI
GRAVITY.GRAVITATIONAL COHERENT STATES, 197
Eyo Eyoo Ita III

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge
Wilberforce Raod, Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2010

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SOME RESULTS ON FRACTIONAL CALCULUS OPERATORS
ASSOCIATED WITH THE M-FUNCTION, 225
S.D. Purohit

Department of Basic-Sciences (Mathematics)
College of Technolgy and Engineering
M.P. University of Agriculture and Technology
Udaipur-313001, India
D.L. Suthar
Alwar Institute of Engineering and Technology
North Ext., M.I.A., Alwar, India
S.L. Kalla
Institute of Mathematics, VIHE 15 B, Pal-Link Road, Jodhpur-342008, India

SCREW MOTION WITH PENDULUM, 237
Semra Saracoglu
Siirt University, Faculty of Science and Arts
Department of Mathematics, Siir, Turkey
Bulent Karakas
Yuzuncu yil University, Faculty of Science and Arts
Department of Mathematics, Van, Turkey

QUANTIZED SPACE-TIME AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE
OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES: A NEW MODEL, 249
Hamid Reza Karimi
Electrical Engineering Department
Azad University of South of
Tehran
Tehran, 17776-13651, Iran v=

DIE JACOBI-GUDERMANN-GLAISHERSCHEN
ELLIPTISCHEN FUNKTIONEN NACH HEINE, 273
Thomas Ernst
Department of Mathematics, Uppsala University
P.O. Box 480, SE-751 06 Uppsala, Sweden

KINEMATICS OF 2 X 3R ROBOTICS MODELLING:
CLIMBING THE STAIRS FORM, 303
Senay Baydas and Bulent Karakas
Yuzuncu Yil University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics, 60508 Van, Turkey

A NEW INDIRECT ANALYSIS OF PHOTONIC CRYSTALS, 321
N. Zamani, M. Radjabalipour, and A.R. Bahrampour
The SBUK Center of Excellence in Linear Algebra and
Optimization, Kerman, Iran and
Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2010

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SPECIAL ISSUE

Foundation Post Graduate Course on
Isomathematics for Hadronic Mechanics

Alexander O.E. Animalu
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka and International
Center for Basic Research, Abuja, Nigeria
Ruggero Maria Santilli
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2010

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FRENET VECTORS AND GEODESIC CURVATURES
OF SPHERIC INDICATORS OF SALKOWSKI CURVE IN E3 , 485
Sumeyye Gur and Suleyman Senyurt
Department of Mathematics
Science and Art Faculty
Ordu University, Ordu, Turkey

ROLE OF AVOGADRO NUMBER IN GRAND UNIFICATION, 513
U. V. S. Seshavatharam
Honorary Faculty, I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, India
S. Lakshminarayana
Department of Nuclear Physics
Andhra University
Visakhapatnam-03, India

INTERACTION OF SLIP AND CHEMICAL REACTION
ON PERISTALTIC TRANSPORT OF A NEWTONIAN
FLUID WITH VARIABLE VISCOSITYIN AN
ASYMMETRIC VERTICAL CHANNEL, 549
A.M. Sobh
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Applied Science
Al Aqsa University, Gaz, P.O. Box 4051, Palestine
S.S. Al Azab
Head of Mathematatics Department, Faculty of Science
Ain Shams University, Egypt
H.H. Madi
Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Technology,
Khan Younis, Palestine

BASES OF CREATIVE PARTICLES OF
HIGGS THEORY (CPH THEORY), 509
Hossein Javadi
Invited Professor at Azad Islamic University and Researcher at
Science and Technology Park Tehran University, Iran
Farshid Forouzbakhsh
Academic Researcher, Office of the Vice Chancellor
for Research and Technology, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

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VOLUME 33, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2010

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THE NON-EXISTENCE OF OBSERVABLE STATES WITH
FRACTIONAL CHARGE IN CP 2 MODELS , 613
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive n.13595, La Jolla CA 92039

ON THE PROLONGATIONS
OF REPRESENTATIONS OF LIE ALGEBRAS, 623
Hulya Kadioglu

Department of Mathematics, Gazi University, Turkey and
Department of Mathematics, Idaho State University, USA
Erdogan Esin
Department of Mathematics Gazi University, Turkey
Yusuf Yayli
Department of Mathematics, Ankara University, Turkey

DIRAC CONSISTENCY OF THE ALGEBRA OF HAMILTONIAN
CONSTRAINTS IN REDUCED 4-D GENERAL RELATIVITY, 637
Eyo Eyo Ita III

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge
Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

ATOMIC GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT AND THE ORIGIN
OF ELEMENTARY MAGNETIC MOMENTS, 655
U. V. Seshavatharam

Honorary Faculty I-SERVE
Alakapuri, Huderabad-35, India
Prof. S. Lakshminarayana
Department of Nuclear Physics
Andhra University
Visakhapatnam-03, India

ADDITIONAL CONFIRMATION OF ÒINTERMEDIATE
CONTROLLED NUCLEAR FUSIONÓ WITHOUT
HARMFUL RADIATIONS OR WASTE, 681
Ruggero Maria Santilli

The Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL 34684

THE NEUTRON MODEL, 695
Arbab I. Arbab

Department of Physics, Faculty of Sceince
Univeristy of Khartoum
P.O. Bo 321, Khartoum 11115, Sudan

THE UNIFIED QUANTUM WAVE EQUATIONS , 707
Arbab I. Arbab

Department of Physics, Faculty of Science
University of Khartoum
P.O. Box 321, Khatroum 11115, Sudan

QUANTUM MECHANICS, MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
AND DEFORMED COMMUTATION RELATIONS, 717
Lubomir Skala

Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Ke Karlovu 3, 121 16 Prague 2, Czech Republic


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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2009

GALILEI INVARIANT ELECTRODYNAMICS
AND QUANTUM MECHANICS RELATIVE TO THE
COSMIC AETHER FRAME, 1
H. E. Wilhelm

Institute for Basic Research Palm Harbor, FL 34682- 1577, USA

FORMULATION AND QUANTIZATION OF A
GENERALIZED MODELRELATED TO THE CHIRAL v SCHWINGER MODEL, 35
P. Bracken

Department of Mathematics, University of Texas
Edinburg, TX 78541-2999

ON LIE OPERATOR ALGEBRAS AND ITS DECOMPOSITION , 53
Liangyun Chen, Yin Chen

Department of Mathematics, Norteast Normal University
Changchun 130024, China
Xiaoning Xu
School of Mathematics, Liaoning University
Shenyang 110036, China

PARTICLES DISTRIBUTIONS AT LARGE
TRANSVERSE MOMENTA FROM Pb+ Pb COLLISIONS
AT 158 GeV / NUCLEON BEAM ENERGY, 73
M. Kheare

Physics Department Al-Hussein Bin talal University
MaÕan, Jordan

GENERALIZED FADDEEV EQUATIONS
AND MULTIPLE-SCATTERING EXPANSIONS FOR
N-BODY SCATTERING SYSTEMS, 81
E. Ghanbari Adivi

Physics Department, Yazd University
Yazd, Iran

ANALYSING J / Y PRODUCTION IN
VARIOUS RHIC INTERACTIONS WITH A VERSION
OF SEQUENTIAL CHAIN MODEL (SCM), 95
P. Guptaroy

Department of Physics, Raghunathpur College
Raghunathpur 723133, Purulia, West Bengal, India
Tarun K. Garain
Department of Mathematics, Raghunathpur College
Raghunathpur 7233133, Purulia, West Bengal, India
Goutam Sau Beramara Ram Chandrapur Hight School South 24-Pgs, 743609 (WB), India S. K. Biswas
West Kodalia Adarsha Siksha Sadan, New Barrackpore
Kolkata- 700131, India
S. Bhattacharyya
Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit (PAMU)
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata- 700108, Idia
bsubrata@isical.ac.in (Communicating Author)

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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2009

ORIGINS OF THE ENDO SELECTIVITY OBSERVED
IN PERICYCLIC REACTIONS BASED ON THE
CPLEX-ISOELECTRONIC THEORY, 125
Martin O. Cloonan

Chemistry Department, School of Science
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Dublin Road, Galway, Republic of Ireland

APPLICATION OF LOW ENERGY ANTIPROTON BEAMS
FOR CHARMONIUM STUDIES, 159
M. Yu. Barabanov, A.S. Vodopianov, V. Kh. Dodokhov,

V.A. Babkin, J.I.N.R., Veksler and Baldin Laboratory
of High Energy Physics
S.N. Chukanov, B.K. Nartov
Sobolev Institute of Mathematics
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sceince
R. M. Yamaleev
J.I.N.R., Laboratory of Information Technologies

COMMENTS ON RELATIVISTIC SCALAR-VECTOR
CONFINEMENT MODEL WITH QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS, 179
Arun Kumar Roy and Subrata Chakrabarty

Department of Physics, Visva-Bharati University
Santiniketan, 731235 India

PHOTON ASYMMETRY FOR CHANNELS WITHIN
AN EFFECTIVE LAGRANGIAN APPROACH, 192
E.M. Darvish

Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University
P.O. Box 82524, Sohag, Egypt
Science Department, TeacherÕs College, Taibah University
P.O. Bo 1343, Al-Madinah Al- Munawarah, Saudi Arabia
Egyptian Center for Theorethical Physics (ECTP),
Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI)
Al-Mukattam, Cairo, Egypt
S.S. Al-Thoyaib
Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Qassim University
Burayhad 51452, P. O. Bo 6644, Saudi Arabia

ON DISTINGUISHED PAIRS WITH RESPECT TO
A HENSELIAN VALUED FIELD, 211
Kamal Aghigh

Department of Mathematics, K. N. Toosi University of Technology
322 Mirdamad Ave. West, P. O. Box 15875-4416, Tehran, Iran

ON ZEEMAN TOPOLOGY IN KALUZA-KLEIN
AND GAUGE THEORIES, 221
Ivan Struchiner and Ma~rcio A. F. Rosa

Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computation
IMECC-UNICAMP CP 6065
13083-859 Campinas, SP, Brazil

ON ( E )- KENMOTSU MANIFOLDS, 231
U. C. De

Department of Mathematics University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235
West Bengal, India
Avijit Sarkar
Department of Mathematics
Berhampore GirlÕs College, Berhampore 741201
West Bengal, India


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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2009

INCONSISTENCIES IN EINSTEINÕS
FORMULATION OF RELATIVITY THEORY , 243
Di Hua

Stanford University (Ret.),
Russian Academy of Astronautics
Nanshagou 5-2-3, Xicheng District
Beijing 100045, PPRC


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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2009

ORIGIN OF THE TORQUOSELECTIVITY OBSERVED IN THE THERMAL RING-OPENING OF CYCLOBUTENES BASED ON THE CPLEX-ISOELECTRONIC THEORY AND EXPANDED ROBINSON ELECTRONIC THEORY , 341
Martin O. Cloonan

Chemistry, School of Science, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Dublin Road, Galway, Republic of Ireland

STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND RADIUS OF THE NUCLEONS, 395
A. Bhattacharya, A. Sagari, B. Chakrabarti and S. Mani

Department of Physics, Jadavpur University
Calcutta 700032, India

MODULES SATISYING THE SEMI-RADICAL FORMULA, 407
H. A. Tavallaee

School of Mathematics, Iran University of Science and
Technology Narmak, Tehran 16844, Iran

ON ERDOSH ONE PROBLEM FOR EXTENSIONS
OF LEBESGUE MEASURES, 425
G. Pantsulaia
P.O. Box 0143, 77 Kostava Streetà Department of Mathematics
Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgiaà P.O. Box 0142, 2 University Street
Institute of Applied Mathematics
Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2009

GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF THE ROVER WHEELS IN 3D-SPACE, 433
H. Kusak, A. Caliskan

Ege. University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics, 35100 Izmir, Turkey

UNIFIED THEORY IN TERMS OF SPINOR FIELDS:
LEPTONIC MIXINGS, 445
D. Spehler

IPHC-DRS, ULP, CNRS in 2p3
23 Rue du Loess, 67037 Strasbourg, France
G.C. Marques
Instituto de Fisica, Universidade de Sa¦o Paulo
C.P. 66318, 05315-970 Sa¦o Paulo, SP, Brazil

UNIFIED THEORY IN TERMS OF SPINOR FIELDS:
QUARK INTERACTION, 471
D. Spehler

IPHC-DRS, ULP, CNRS in2p3
23 Rue du Loess, 67037 Strasbourg, France
G.C. Marques
Instituto de Fisica, Universidade de Sa¦o Paulo
C.P. 66318, 0531-970 Sa¦o Paulo, SP, Brazil

ON THE GREATEST CONGRUENCE RELATIONS
THAT ARE CONTAINED IN AN EQUIVALENCE RELATION ON
AN M x N-POLYPODE, 495
Leo Arndt

Dauch College, Ashland University
401 College Ave., Ashland, OH 44805, USA

ON RAD - É- SUPPLEMENTED MODULES , 505
Yahya Talebi, Ali Reza Moniri Hamzekolaei

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Basic Sceince
University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran and à Derya Keskin Tutuncu
Department of Mathematics, University of Hacettepe
06800 Beytepe, Ankara, Turkey

LINEARITY OF REGGE TRAJECTORIES AND ITS CO-REALTION
WITH QUANTIZED HADRONIC MASSES, 513
Navjot Hothi and Shuchi Bisht

Department of Physics, Kumaun University
Nainital- 263003, Uttrakhand, India

ON SOME GENERALIZED INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS, 539
N. Virchenko
Department of Mathematics and Physics
National Technical University of Ukraine ÒKPIÓ, Kyiv, Ukraine
S. L. Kalla
Institute of Mathematics, 15 B, Pal-Link Road, Jodhpur-342008, India
S. Zaikina
Department of Mathematics, University of Volgograd
Volgograd, Russia

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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2009

SOME NEW CHARACTERISTIC PROPERTIES OF
THE RECIPROCAL HYPERSURFACES IN THE EUCLIDEAN SPACE E n+1, 549
Ayca Sunma, Ayhan Sarioglugil, and Nuri Kuruoglu

Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathemantics
55139, Kurupelit, Samsun, Turkey

GENERALIZED SYNCHRONIZATION OF RELATIVE
SEMI-DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS , 565
M.R. Molaei

Department of Mathematics ,University of Kerman
(Shahid Bahonar)76169-14111, Kerman, Iran and
Omur Umut
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Abant Izzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey

NUCLEAR FUSION DRIVES PRESENT-DAY ACCELERATED
COSMIC EXPANSION, 573
Leong Ying

Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments
303C College Road East
Princeton, NJ 08540, USA

THE CURRENT HISTORICAL MOMENT ON GRAVITATION, 589
Ruggero Maria Santilli

Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

THE STRING THEORETICAL DESCRIPTON OF HADRON JETS, 609
Simon Davis

Reasearch Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive n. 13595, La Jolla, CA 92039

A THEORETICAL EXPLANATION OF THE CABIBBO ANGLE, 623
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive n. 13595, La Jolla, CA 92039, USA

VARIANT OF THE KLEIN GORDON EQUATION, 629
B. S. Lakshmi

Department of Mathematics
JNT University, Kukatpally
Hyderabad, India

DISAGREEMENT OF THE RUTHERFORD SANTILLI NEUTRO
WITH NUCLEAR SCATTERING EXPERIMENTS, 635
Liudmila B. Boldyreva

Academica Ankhina Ulitsa 5-1-61
Moscow, Russia

INCONSISTENCY OF L. B. BOLDYREVAÕS CRITICISMS
OF THE RUTHERFORD-SANTILLI NEUTRON, 639
J. V. Kadeisvili

The Institute of Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34689, USA

CATASTROPHIC IMPLAUSIBILITIES OF UNIVERSE EXPANSION,
BIG BANG, DARK MATTER, DARK ENERGY, AND ALL THAT, 647
J. V. Kadeisvili
The Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34689, USA


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VOLUME 31, 2008, DEDICATED TO THE
30-TH ANNIVERSARY OF HADRONIC MECHANICS.

VOLUME 31, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2008

THE RUTHERFORD-SANTILLI NEUTRON, 1-114
J. V. Kadeisvili

The Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
This article is available as free pdf download at
http://www.i-b-r.org/Rutherford-Santilli-II.pdf
or in htlm format at
http://www.i-b-r.org/Rutherford_Santilli_neutron.htm

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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2008

THE NOVEL "CONTROLLED INTERMEDIATE
NUCLEAR FUSION" AND A REPORT ON ITS
INDUSTRIAL REALIZATION AS
PREDICTED BY HADRONIC MECHANICS, 115
Ruggero Maria Santilli}

Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
ibr@ibr.net, http://www.i-b-r.org
This article is available as free pdf download at
http://www.i-b-r.org/CNF-printed.pdf

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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2008

THE NEUTRON: A CHALLENGE FOR POST-MAXWELL PHYSICS, 201-250
Cynthia Kolb Whitney

Ed. Galilean Electrodynamics, Proc. Natural Philosophy Alliance
141 Rhinecliff Street, Arlington, MA 02476-7331, USA

SANTILLIÕS ETHERINO UNDER THE
CLAIM FOR MINIMUM CONTRADICTIONS, 251-270
A.A. Nassikas

Technological Institute of Larissa
10, Ethnikis Antistasseos str.
41335 Larissa, Greece

SOME IMPILICATIONS OF NON-UNITARY TRANSFORMATIONS
OF PLANCKÕS QUANTUM HYPOTHESIS IN PHYSICS, 271-316
Alexander O.E. Animalu

Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka and
Department of Physics, Tansian University, Oba, Nigeria

ISO-FEYNMAN PROPAGATOR AND ISO-SMATRIX
OF HADRONIC MECHANICS, 317-350
Alexander O.E. Animalu

Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria Nsukka and Department of Physics
Tansian University, Oba, Nigeria

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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2008

TUTORIAL ON PARAMETERIZED RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS, 351
John R. Fanchi

302 Grand View Terrace
Huston, TX, 77007 USA

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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2008

SPACETIMES OF SANTILLI HYPERMECHANICS:
FROM HADRONIC MECHANICS TO HADRONIC BIOLOGY AND
HADRONIC PSYCHOLOGY, 451
Stein Erik Johansen

Institute for Basic Research, US Division of Physics and
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Department of Social Anthropology, Norway

PRODUCTION IN SOME RHIC INTERACTIONS AT
AND A LOOK INTO THE SYSTEM SIZE EFFECT, 513
P. Guptaroy

Department of Physics, Raghunathpur College
Raghunathpur 723133, Purulia, West Bengal, India
Tarun K. Garain
Department of Mathematics, Raghunathpur College
Raghunathpur 723133, Purulia, West Bengal, India
S. Bhattacharyya
Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit (PAMU)
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, 700108, India

PARADIGM SHIFTS AND A POSSIBLE RESOLUTION
OF THE PAMELA-PARADOX IN ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS, 529
Goutam Sau

Beramara RamChadrapur High School
South 24-Pgs, 743609 (WB), India
S.K. Biswas
West Kodalia Adarsha Siksha Sadan, New Barrackpore,
Kolkata-700131, India
S. Bhattacharyya

Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit (PAMU)
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata-700108, India

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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2008

MASS MIXING BETWEEN GENERATIONS OF
QUARKS AND NEUTRINOS, 543
Simon Davis

Research Foundation of Southern California
8837 Villa La Jolla Drive #13595
La Jolla, CA 92039 USA

A STUDY OF SANTILLIÕS ISOUNIT, ISONUBMERS,
ISODUAL UNIT AND ISODUAL NUMBERS, 553
Fu Yuhua

China Offshore Oil Research Center
Beijing, 100027, China
Beijing Relativity Theory Research Federation

HIGH ORDER SANTILLI ISONUMBERS, ISOFRACTALS AND
THEIR APPLICATION TO NEWTONIAN LIGHT BENDING , 561
Fu Yuhua

China Offshore Oil Research Center
Beijing, 100027, China
Beijing Relativity Theory Research Federation

NON-UNITARY EVOLUTION IN HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS:
A BRIEF OVERVIEW, 571
Ervin Goldfain

Photonics CoE, Welch Allyn Inc.
Skaneateles Falls, N.Y. 13153 USA

NON-EQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS AS ORIGIN OF
ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOR IN PARTICLE PHYSICS, 579
Ervin Goldfain

Photonics CoE, Welch Allyn Inc.
Skaneateles Falls, N.Y., 13153 USA

ON EMERGENT PHYSICS, UNPARTICLES
AND EXOTIC UNMATTER STATES, 591
Ervin Goldfain

Photonics CoE, Welch Allyn Inc.
Skaneateles Falls, N.Y., 13153 USA
Florentin Smarandache
Department of Mathematics,
University of New Mexico, Gallup, NM 87301 USA

TIME-LIKE AND SPACE-LIKE CURVES
WHICH ARE OF TYPE AW (k) SEMI-EUCLIDEAN SPACE, 605
A. Funda Yaliniz, Hesna Kabadayi, and H. Hilmi Hacisalihoglu

Ankara University, Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics 06100
Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

APPLICATION OF VECTOR FIELD
AND DERIVATIVE MAPPING ON TIME SCALE, 617
H. Kusak, A. Caliskan

Ege University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics
35100 Izmir, Turke

OUTLINE OF THE NOVEL INTERMEDIATE
CONTROLLED NUCLEAR FUSION, 635
Richard Anderson

Trustee, The R.M. Santilli Foundation
http://www.santilli-foundation.org
board@santillifoundation.org


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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2007

COMPARISON BETWEEN THE EXACT THREE-BODY
SANTILLI-SHILLADY APPROACH TO THE H2
MOLECULEAND THE STANDARD GROUND STATE ENERGY CURVE, 1
Rau~l Pe~rez-Enriquez

Departamento de Fisica, UNISON
Apdo. Postal 1626, Hermosillo 83000 Sonora, Mexico
Jose~ Luis Marin and Rau~l Riera
Departamento de Investagacio~n en Fisica, UNISON
Apdo. Postal 5-88, Hermosillo, 83190, Sonora, Mexico

ROTORDYNAMIC COEFFICIENTS IN STRAIGHT
THROUGH LABYRINTH SEALS BY USING
MOODY MODEL, 11
Yilmaz Dereli

Mathematics Department, Science Faculty
Anadolu University, Turkey, and
Dursun Eser
Mathematics Department, Science and Art Faculty
Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Eskisehir, Turkey

NONLINEAR DYNAMIC OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES TRANSFER
WITH POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS FOR TUBERCULAR INFECTION, 21
V.D. Krevchik and M.B. Semenov

Physics Department, Penza State University,
Penza 440017, Russia, and
Institute for Basic Research,
P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, Fl 34682, USA
T.V. Novikova
Penza Regional Tubercular Prophylactic Center, Russia
Yu. I. Dahnovsky
Department of Physics and Astronomy / 3905
1000 E. University Ave. University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY, 82071, USA
E.V. Shcherbakova
Physics Department, Penza State University
Penza 440017, Russia
Kenji Yamamoto
Research Institute of International Medical Center, Japan

FORECAST OF SOLAR AND GEOMAGNETIC ACTIVITY
ON THE MACROSCOPIC NONLOCALITY EFFECT, 39
S.M. Korotaev, V.O. Serdyuk

Geoelectromagnetic Research Center of
Shmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth
Russian Academy of Sciences,
P.O.Box 30, Troitsk
Moscow Region, 142190, Russia
J.V. Gorohov
Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and
Radio Wave Propagation
Russian Academy of Sciences, IZMIRAN, Troitsk
Moscow Region, 142190, Russia

ELECTROMAGNETIC PROTON FORM FACTORS, 57
M.Y. Hussein

Department of Physics
College of Science
University of Bahrain, Bahrain

A GENERALIZED HYPER POISSON-GAMMA
DISTRIBUTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE H-FUNCTION, 63
Leda Galue'

Centro de Investigacio~n de Matema~tica Aplicada (CIMA)
Faculte de Ingenieria, Universidad del Zulia
Apartado de Correo 10482, Maracaibo, Venezuela

AW (k) TYPE CURVES FOR OSCULATING
THIRD ORDER NULL FRENET CURVES, 81
A. F. Yaliniz, H. Kabadayi, and H. H. Hacisalihoglu

Ankara University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics
06100, Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

PROSPECT FOR MULTIPLE WEAK
GAUGE BOSON SIGNALS AT HADRON COLLIDERS, 93
M. Y. Hussein

Department of Physics, College of Science
University of Bahrain, Bahrain

MASS-LESS FERMIONS IN LASER
PULSE-ELECTRON AND NUCLEON GASES INTERACTIONS, 103
Magdalena Pelc

Institute of Electron Technology
Al. Lotniko~w 32/46
02-668 Warsaw, Poland

SIMPLE GROUPS WHICH ARE PRODUCTS
OF THE LINEAR FRACTIONAL GROUP WITH THE
ALTERNATING OR THE SYMMETRIC GROUP, 109
M.R. Darafsheh and M. Khademi

Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciencev
Faculty of Science, University of Tehran
Tehran, Iran.

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2007

THEORY OF ACOUSTIC EMISSION
FOR MICRO-CRACKS APPEARED UNDERTHE
SURFACE LAYER MACHINING BY COMPRESSED ABRASIVE, 125
A.K. Aringazin

Eurasian National University, Astana 010008, Kazakhstan
Institute for Basic Research
P.O.Box 1577, Palm Harbor, Fl 34682, USA
V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov
Physics Department, Penza State University, Penza 440017, Russia
Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, Fl 34682, USA
V.A. Skryabin, G.V. Tarabrin
Physisc Department, Penza Satate University, Penza 440017, Russia

A FAMILY OF HAMILTONIAN LOOPS, 131
Luiz G.X. de Barros and Se~rgio E. Rozada

Centro Universita~rio Senac
Av. Eng. Euse~bio Stevaux, 823
04696-000 Sa¶o Paulo- Brazil

ETUDE SUR LES SYMETRIES ISOTOPIQUES
DE SANTILLI DE ROTATION ET DE LORENTZ, 151
J. Masudi Kalongama

Institut Supe~rieur Pe~dagogique de Bukavu
R.D. Congo
P.O. Box 854 BKV, SUD-KIVU et
Universite~ du Moyen Lualaba
U.M.L/R.D. Congo Kalima-Maniema

A TREATMENT OF THE INTERACTION
BETWEEN A CHARGED PARTICLE
AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD AS CONTINUOUS SYSTEM, 183
N.I. Farahat

Department of Physics
Islamic University of Gaza
P.O. Box 108, Gaza, Palestine
M.Kh. Srour
Department of Physics
Al-Aqsa University
P.O.Box 4051, Gaza, Palestine

CHARACTERIZATION OF CLOSED VECTOR
FIELDS IN FINSLER GEOMETRY, 193
Nabil L. Youssef

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

THE HAMILTON-JACOBI ANALYSIS OF DYNAMICAL
SYSTEM WITH SINGULAR HIGHER ORDER LAGRANGIANS, 209
H. A. El-Zalan

Department of Mathematics
Al-Aqsa University, Gaza, Palestine
S. I. Muslih
Department of Physics, Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine and
International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy
F. M. F. El-sabaa
Department of Mathematics, Ain-Shams University of Cairo
Cairo, Egypt

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 3, JUNNE 2007

BASIS OF DIFFERENTIAL INVARIANTS FOR
SUBMERSIONS , 221
I. Honcharuk

Austro-Ukrainian Institute for Science and Technology
c/o AUI, Institute for Theoretical Physics
Vienna University of Technology
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/136, A-1040 Wien, Austria
V.M. Kuzakon¹, S.S. Moskaliuk
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Street, 14-b
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UV-03143

INFORMATION TRANSFORMERS IN QUANTUM BIOINFORMATICS, 233
M.I. Demchynska, S.S. Moskaliuk

Bogoliubov Institute for Theoretical Physics of NASU
UV-03143, Kiev, Ukraine

NOETHER SYMMETRIES AND CONSERVATION
LAWS FOR NON-CRITICAL KOHN-LAPLACE EQUATIONS
ON THREE-DIMENSIONAL HEISENBERG GROUP, 299
Igor Leite Freire

Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computation
IMECC-UNICAMP CP 6065, 13083-859 Campinas, SP, Brazil

DETERMINATION OF A TRANSVERSAL INTERSECTION
CURVE OF TWO SPACELIKE SURFACES IN
LORENTZ-MINKOWSKI 3-SPACE L3 , 315
O. Ale~ssio

Universidade Estadual Palista ³Julio de Mesquita Filho² - UNESP
Campus de Ilha Solteira, Ilha Solteira, SP, Brasil
I. Valle Guadalupe
Univarsidade Vale do Rio Verde de Tres Coracoes- UNINCOR
Av. Castelo Branco 82- Chacara das Rosas
Cep 37410-000, Tres Coracoes, MG, Brasil

GROUPS WITH THE SAME
PRIME GRAPH AS L2 (q) WHERE q=p a < 100 , 343
B. Khosravi

Department of Pure Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) 424, Hafez Ave. Tehran 15914, Iran and
Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics (IBM)
S. S. Salehi Amiri
Department of Pure Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic)
424, Hafez Ave. Tehran 15914, Iran

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2007

TENSOR INVARIANTS OF THE MAPS OF MANIFOLDS WITH
HIGHER-ORDER CONNECTIVITIES, 355
Kuzakon¹ V.

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Street, 14-b,
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143 and
Moskaliuk D.
Austro-Ukrainian Institute for Science and Technology
c/o AUI, Institute for Theoretical Physics
Vienna University of Technology
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/136, A-1040 Wien, Austria

NULL GENERALIZED HELICES IN L7, 7- DIMENSIONAL
LORENTZIAN SPACE, 377
A. F. Yaliniz

Dumlupinar University , Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics Kutahya, Turkey
H.H. Hacisalihoglu
Ankara University, Faculty of Sciences
Department of Mathematics 06100
Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

EXOTIC BARYONS IN QUASI PARTICLE DIQUARK MODEL, 407
A. Bhattacharya, B. Chakrabarti
A. Sagari and S. Mani

Department of Physics
Jadavpur University
Calcutta 700032, India

SPACETIME DEFORMATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETISM
IN MATERIAL MEDIA, 417
Rolda¶`o da Rocha

Centro de Mate~matica, Computacao e Cognicao
Universidade Federal do ABC, 09210-170
Santo Andre~, SP, Brazil and
Instituto de Fisica ³Gleb Wataghin²
Universtidade Estadual de Campinas, Unicamp
13083-970 Campinas, Sa¶`o Paulo, Brazil
Igot Leite Freire and Marcio Antonio de Faria Rosa
Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computation
IMECC-UNICAMP CP 6065
13083-859 Campinas, SP, Brazil

A QUANTUM BLACK HOLE UNIVERSE, 447
M.B. Altaie

Department of Physics,
Yarmouk University,
21163 Irbit, Jordan

THREE- POINT PROBLEM IN CHINESE CHECKER CIRCLES, 457
Phoebe McLaughlin and Shing So

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO 64093, USA

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2007

ISOMANIFOLDS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF
A ONE-DIMENSIONAL OBSERVER, 469
Molaei M.R.

Department of Mathematics
Islamic Azad University, Bardsir, Iran

A NOTE ON ALMOST p- CONTACT METRIC MANIFOLDS, 475
Lovejoy S. Das

Department of Mathematics, Kent State University
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, USA and
Ram Nivas
Department of Mathematics and Astronomy
Lucknow University, Lucknow-226007, India

FUNCTIONAL ERDOS-RENYI LAWS OF LINEAR
STOCHASTIC PROCESS, 485
A. Ould Khal

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Faculty of Science, B.P. 1014. Rabat. Morocco and
A. Imlahi
Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science and Technology
B.P. 416, Tangier, Morocco

A NEW BASIS OF U (sl2) AND HEISENBERG ANALOGUE, 503
Hideki Chiba, Jun Lin Guo and Jun Morita

Institute of Mathematics, University of Tsukuba
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8571, Japan

DEDUCTION OF MAXWELL FIELD EQUATION
FROM LORENTZ FORCE LAW WITHOUT USING THE STR, 513
A. K. Hariri, N. Hamdan

Department of Physics
University of Aleppo, Syria and
J. Lo~pez-Bonilla
SEPI-ESSIME- Zacatenco
Instituto Polite~cnico Nacional
Edif. Z-4, 3er. Piso, Col. Lindavista
CP 07 738 Mexico DF

POWER LAWS AND HARD PRODUCTION
OF VARIOUS NEUTRAL PARTICLES IN PION-INDUCED
REACTIONS AT HIGH ENERGIES, 533
S. K. Biswas

West Kodalia Adarsha Siksha Sadan, New Barrackpore
Kolkata- 700131, India
Goutam Sau
Beramara RamChandrapur, South 24-Pgs, 743609 (WB), India
Bhaskar De
Department of Physics, Maulana Azad College
Kolkata- 700013, India
A. Bhattacharya
Department of Physics, Jadavpur University
Kolkata- 700032, India
S. Bhattacharyya
Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit (PAMU)
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata- 700108, India

ARITHMETIC IN RADICAL EXTENSIONS II , 555
A. Asimi and A. Lbekkouri

Departement de Mathe~matiques et Informatique
Faculte~ des Sciences de Rabat
B.P. 1014 Rabat, Maroc

PERISTALTIC TRANSPORT IN A PLANAR CHANNEL
WITH SLIP CONDITION, 573
Ayman M. F. Sobh

Department of Mathematics
Al-Aqsa University, Gaza, Palestine

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2007

ON SOME PROPERTIES OF THE DECAY RATES OF QUARKONIA
IN DIFFERENT POTENTIAL MODELS, 591
B. Chakrabarti , A. Bhattacharya, S. Mani

Department of Physics, Jadavapur University
Calcutta 700032, India

ELECTRO-OPTICS OF SEMICONDUCTIVE QUANTUM
WELL WITH IMPURITY CENTERS, 605
V. D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov

Department of Physic, Penza State University
Penza, 440017, Russia and
Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
E.V. Groznaya
Department of Physics, Penza State University
Penza, 440017, Russia

QUANTUM DIMENSIONAL STARK EFFECT IN IMPURITY ABSORPTION
SPECTRA FOR QUASI-ZERO-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES, 615
V. D. Krevchik, M. B. Semenov

Department of Physics, Penza State University
Penza 440017, Russia and
Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682,USA
E. V. Groznaya
Department of Physics, Penza State University
Penza 440017, Russia

ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION OF A HIGGS BOSON
WITH HEAVY QUARKS AT THE LHC, 629
M.Y. Hussein

Physics Department, College of Science, Bahrain University
P.O. Box 32038, Kingdom of Bahrain
Eed M. Darwish
Physics Department, Faculty of Science
Sohag University, Sohag 82524, Egypt

ON QUASI GRAPHS BY GROUPS INDUCED
BY GROUPS ACTING ON TREES WITH INVERSIONS, 639
R.M.S. Mahmood

Naval College, Abu Dhabi
P.O. Box 51216, UAE

ELECTROMAGNETIC MASS DIFFERENCES OF HEAVY
AND LIGHT MESONS IN A RELATIVISTIC POTENTIAL MODEL, 657
Arun Kumar Roy and Subrata Chakraborty

Department of Physics
Visva-Bharati University
Santiniketan 731235, India

ON THE POINT-LINE GEOMETRY D4,2 ,667
Abdelslam Abou Zayda

Mathematics Department
Alaqsa University
Gaza, Palestine

A CHARACTERIZATION OF NULL HELIX
IN THE MINKOWSKI 4-SPACE R 41 , 677
R. Aslaner

Inonu Universitesi Egitim
Fakultesi 44280- Malatya,Turkey

ON SUBFUNDAMENTAL DOMAINS OF GROUPS
ACTING ON GRAPHS WITH INVERSIONS, 687
R. M. S. Mahmood

Abu Dhabi University, Abu Dhabi
P.O. Box 51216, UAE

APPARENT CONFIRMATION OF DON BORGHI¹S EXPERIMENT
ON THE LABORATORY SYNTHESIS OF NEUTRONS
FROM PROTONS AND ELECTRONS, 709
Ruggero Maria Santilli

Institute for Basic Research
Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
This article is also available in free pdf downloads from
http://www.i-b-r.org/NeutronSynthesis.pdf
pictures and scans available from the web site
http://www.neutronstructure.org/neutron-synthesis.htm

INDEX Vol. 30, 2007

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2006
ALGEBRAIC CHEMISTRY: PARTS I-V , 1
Cynthia Kolb Whitney

141 Rhinecliff Street
Arlington, MA 02476, U.S.A.

ESSAYS ON SPECIAL RELATIVITY THEORY, 47
Cynthia Kolb Whitney

141 Rhinecliff Street
Arlington, MA 02476, U.S.A.

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2006

INITIATION OF HADRONIC PHILOSOPHY, THE
PHILOSOPHY UNDERLYING HADRONIC MECHANICS
AND CHEMISTRY, 111
Stein E. Johansen

Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577, USA and
Department of Social Anthropology
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Trondheim, Norway

INDUCTIVE MOMENTUM OF A CHARGED
PARTICLE, 136
Robert B. Driscoll

Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

BEVALAC¹S ENERGY ION COLLISIONS COHERENT
ISODILEPTONS (e+ e-) RESULTS FITTED BY
USING QED AND HADRONIC MECHANICS, 143
G. Mileto

Institute for Basic Research (I.B.R.)
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577, USA and
G. Quartieri
Omegadati S.r.l., Roma, Italy and
Institute for Basic Research (I.B.R.)
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577, USA

CONTACT SYMMETRIES OF DIFFERENTIAL
INVARIANTS FOR SUBMERSIONS, 169
L.Khalus

Austro-Ukrainian Institute for Science and Technology
c/o AUI, Institute for Theoretical Physics,
Vienna University of Technology
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/136, A-1040 Wien, Austria
V.M. Kuzakon¹ and S.S. Moskaliuk
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Street,14-b, Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

A VARIATIONAL METHOD APPROACH TO DESIGN
AN OPTIMUM UNSTABLE LASER RESONATOR, 185
A. Zandi and A. Bahrampour

Physics Department
University of Vali- Asr, Rafsanjan, Iran

A SOLITON-LIKE SOLUTION OF MASSLESS
F 4 THEORYOF 4-DIMENSIONAL SPACE-TIME, 209
M. Nishioka

The Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577

BACKLUND TRANSFORMATIONS OF
CONSTANT TORSION CURVES IN R 1n , 213
N.Gurbuz

Osmangazi University
Mathematics Department
26480 Eskisehir, Turkey

ISOPERIMETRIC INEQUALITY - A NEW APPROACH, 221
I. Kocayusufoglu, C. Ekici and T. Urfali
Osmangazi University, Department of Mathematics
26480 Eskisehir, Turkey

RESOLVING RUSSELL¹S PARADOX
WITHIN CANTOR¹S INTUITIVE SET THEORY, 227
Feng Xu

1445 Drew Avenue
Davis, CA 95616, USA

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2006

VISUAL IMAGE OF COOPER PAIRING IN SUPERCONDUCTORS, 233
A. O. E. Animalu

University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria and
T. L. Gill
Howard University, Washington, D.C. 20059, USA

CONSTRUCTION OF GREEN FUNCTION
OF A LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL OPERATOR, 245
M. Kadakal

Ondokuz Mayis Universitesi, Fen Edebiyat Fakultesi
Mathematik Bolumu
Kurupelit 55139, Samsun, Turkey and
O. Mukhtarov
Gazoismanapasa Universitesi
Fen Edebiyat Fakultesi, Tokat, Turkey

DYNAMICAL AND GEOMETRICAL
STRUCTURES BASED ON SANTILLI¹S ISOTHEORY, 259
M. R. Molaei

Department of Mathematics and Mahani Matematical Research Center
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman
Kerman, Iran

A PARTICULAR CASE OF EXTENDED ISOTOPISMS :
SANTILLI'S ISOTOPISMS, 285
R. M. Falcon Ganfornina and J. Nunez Valdes

Dpto. Geometria y Topologia.
Facultad de Mathematicas, Universidad de Sevilla
Aptdo 1160. 41080, Sevilla , Spain

REPRESENTATIONS FOR SIX - DIMENSIONAL
NILPOTENT LIE ALGEBRAS, 299
R. Ghanam

Department of Mathematics
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
1150 Mt Pleasant Rd., Greensburg, PA USA and
G. Thompson and S. Tonon
Department of Mathematics, The University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo OH 43606 USA

CONICS, QUADRICS AND HYPERQUADRICS, 319
H. Gundogan

Department of Mathematics
Kirikkale University, Kirikkale, Turkey
B. Karakas
Department of Mathematics,
Yuzuncu Yil University, Van, Turkey

SUPERALGEBRAS AND IDENTITIES, 327
J. C. Gutierrez Fernandez

Instituto de Matematicas e Estatistica - IME
Universidade de Sao Paulo, Caixa Postal 66281
CEP 05315-970, Sao Paulo, Brazil

A SOLUTION OF A VORTEX FILAMENT IN
3 - DIMENSIONAL LORENTZIAN SPACE, 339
N. Gurbuz

Osmangazi University
Department of Mathematics
26480, Eskisehir, Turkey

CENTRALIZING AUTOMORPHISMS OF s-PRIME RINGS, 347
L. Oukhtite

Moulay Ismail University
Faculty of Sciences and Techniques
Department of Mathematics
P. O. Box 509 Boutalamine
Errachidia, Morocco

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2006

SUPERPARTICLE ACTIONS, SQUARE ROOT OPERATORS
AND THE LORENZ GROUP SO (3,1) , 355
Diego Julio Cirilo - Lombardo

Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics
Joint Institute of Nuclear Research
141980, Dubna, Russian Federation

THE PULSE PROPAGATION IN THE STRING WITH MASSIVE ENDS, 371
Miroslav Pardy

Department of Physical Electronics and
Laboratory of Plasma Physics
Masaryk University
Kolarska 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic

DO PRIME NUMBERS OBEY THREE DIMENSIONAL DOUBLE HELIX ?, 387
P. Bissonnet

P.O. Box 1624
Crosby, TX 77532. U.S.A.

THE LIFETIME ASYMMETRY OF
POLARIZED FERMIONS IN FLIGHT, 401
Zhi-Quian Shi

Department of Physics, Shaanxi Normal University
Xi¹an 710062, China and
Guan-Jiong Ni
Department of Physics, Fudan University
Shangai 200433, China and
Department of Physics, Portland State University
Portland, OR 97207, USA

AUTOMORPHISMS AND ISOMORPHISMS OF
RESTRICTED WEYL TYPE ALGEBRAS I, 419
Ki-Bong Nam
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Wisconsin-Witewater
800 West Main Street
Witewater, WI 53190, USA

THE APPLICATIONS OF DESARGUES ΠTHEOREM
IN TRIANGLE GEOMETRY , 429
N. Omur and S. Bilir

Kocaeli University, Department of Mathematics
Ataturk Bulvari, Izmit, Turk

HAMILTON- JACOBI FORMULATION OF
EINSTEIN GRAVITATIONAL FIELD, 437
N. I. Farahat

Department of Physics, Islamic University of Gaza
P.O. Box 108 , Gaza , Palestine
H. M. Khalil
University Collage of Women for Arts Science and Eduction
Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt and
M.K. Srour
Department of Physics, Al-Aqsa University
P.O. Box 4051, Gaza, Palestine

ONE - WAY MEASUREMENT OF THE
SPEED OF LIGHT FROM QUASARS, 447
Guoyou Huang

No. 274 Geological Exploration Center
Beihai, GX 536000, P.R. China

CONCEPTUAL UNFOUNDEDNESS OF
HYBRIDIZATION AND THE NATURE OF THE
SPHERICAL HARMONICS, 455
G. P. Shpenkov

Institute of Mathematics and Physics
UTA, Kalisiengo 7
85-796 Bydgoszcz, Poland

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2006

ULTRADISTRIBUTION AND ULTRABOEHMIAN
OF WAVELET TRANSFORM, 485
Deshna Loonker and P.K. Banerji

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science, J.N.V. University
Jodhpur - 342 005, India and
S.L. Kalla
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Faculty of Science, Kuwait University
P.O.Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait

LINEAR WAVES AROUND STATIC DYON SOLUTION OF
NONLINEAR ELETRODYNAMICS , 497
A.A. Chernitskii

A. Friedmann Laboratory for Theoretical Physics
St.-Petersburg and
State University of Engineering and Economics
Marata str. 27, St.-Petersburg, Russia, 191002

ON A STRIP CURVE OF THE PEDAL OF A GIVEN SURFACE
WITH CONSTANT SUPPORT FUNCTION IN
MINKOWSKIAN SPACE IL3 , 429
A. Sarioglugil

Ondokuz Mayis University
Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathematics
55139 Kurupelit, Samsun, Turkey

NEW BASIS FOR THE STANDARD MODEL
FOR ELECTROWEAK INTERACTIONS, 545
M. Saleem

Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA,
M. Ali and S. Ali
Theory Group, Departament of Space Science
University of the Punjab, New Campus, Lahore, Pakistan

HAMILTON- JACKOBI APPROACH
TO THE RELATIVISTIC LOCAL FREE FIELD
WITH LINEAR VELOCITY OF DIMENSION D, 553
W. I. Eshraim and N. I. Farahat

Department of Physics
Islamic University Of Gaza
P.O.Box 108 Gaza, Palestine

GENERALIZED SYMMETRIES OF g (u)- BURGERS EQUATION, 563
A. Ouhadan and E.H. Kinani

Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Sciences and Technics
Department of Mathematics, Group of Algebras and Applications
P.O.Box 509 Boutalamine, Errachidia, Morocco and
UFR de Science de l¹ Inge~nieur, Faculte~ des Sciences et Technique
Boulatmine B.P. 509, Errachidia, Morocco

MEASUREMENTS ON THE NEUTRON LIFETIME
IN A LEFT-RIGHT SYMMETRIC MODEL, 583
A. Gutierrez- Rodriguez1, M.A. Hernandez-Ruiz2
F. Ramirez-Sanchez1

(1) Facultad de Fisica, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal C-580, 98060 Zacatecas, Zacatecas Mexico
Cuerpo Acade~mico de Particulas, Campos y Astrofisica
(2) Facultad de Ciencias Quimicas, Universidad Auto~noma
de Zacatecas, Apartado Postal 585, 98060 Zacatecas Mexico
Cuerpo Acade~mico de Ciencias Basicas de Q.F.B.

CONSTANT WEIGHT CODE USING SHULT SET, 595
A. O. Abou zayda

Mathematics Department
Al-Aqsa University, Gaza, Palestine

ON CONHARMONICALLY AND SPECIAL WEAKLY
RICCI - SYMMETRIC LP - SASAKIAN MANIFOLDS, 603
N. Aktan, A. Gorgulu, E. Ozusaglam

Department of Mathematics
Eskisehir Osmangazi University
26480 Eskisehir - Turkey

ERRATA CORRIGE , 612
DO PRIME NUMBERS OBEY THREE DIMENSIONAL DOUBLE HELIX ?, 387
P. Bissonnet

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2006

A RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MODEL
OF THE HADRONIC STATE, 613
Peter Rowlands

Department of Physics, University of Liverpool
Oliver Lodge Laboratory, Oxford Street
Liverpool, L69 7ZE, UK

QUANTIZATION OF FERMIONIC FIELDS
WITH TWO MASS STATES IN THE FIRST ORDER FORMALISM, 637
S.I. Kruglov

University of Toronto at Scarborough
Physical and Environmental Sciences Department
1265 Militari Trail, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M1C 1A4

SYSTEMATIC STUDIES OF PHOTON PRODUCTION
IN HEAVY- ION INTERACTIONS, 651
M. A. Shayeb and A. Al - Badawi

Department of Physics
Al- Hussein Bin Talal University
Ma¹an, Jordan

LAGRANGIAN NONHOLONOMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
AND THE ASSOCIATED DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS, 659
R. Miron

Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Fl, 34682, USA and
Department of Geometry
Faculty of Mathematics, University ³Al. I. Cuza²
Bd. Carol I 11, Iasi, 700560 Romania and
V. Niminet
Department of Mathematics Faculty of SciencesUniversity Of Bacau
Bacau, Romania

FORECAST OF SOLAR AND GEOMAGNETIC ACTIVITY
ON THE MACROSCOPIC NONLOCALITY EFFECT, 679
S. M. Korotaev and V. O. Serdyuk

Geoelectromagnetic Research Center
of Shmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth
Russian Academy of Sciences, P.O.Box 30, Troitsk
Moscow Region, 142190, Russia and
J.V. Gorohov
Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism
Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation
Russian Academy of Sciences
Izmiran, Triotsk, Moscow Region, 142190, Russia

SCATTERING OF DIRAC PARTICLE
BY ONE DIMENSIONAL PSEUDOSCALAR POTENTIAL, 697
S. Haouat and L. Chetouani

De~partement de Physique
Faculte~ des Sciences Exactes
Universite~ Mentouri, Route Ain El- Bey
Constantine 25000, Alge~rie

COVERING MAPS OF H - SPACES, 711
B. Bagriyanik and O. Mucuk

Department of Mathematics
Erciyes University
Kayseri 38039, Turkey

BOTTOM CONTRIBUTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE, 721
A.K.Maiti, S. Pal, P. Choudhury
and D.P. Bhattacharyya

Department of Theorethical Physics
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India

HAMILTON-JACOBI FORMULATION
OF EINSTEIN GRAVITATIONAL FIELD, 733
N. I. Farahat

Department of Physics, Islamic University of Gaza
P.O.Box 108, Gaza, Palestine
H.M. Khalil
University College of Women For Arts Science and Eduction
Ain Shams University, Cairo and
M.K. Srour
Department of Physics, Al-Aqsa University
P.O.Box 4051, Gaza, Palestine

POPULATION GROWTH FUNCTION
IN SANTILLI¹S ISOTHEORY, 741
M. Azizian

Medical S cience Department
University of Kerman
Kerman, Iran

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 2005

INVARIANT ARISTOTELIAN FROM
THE SMALLEST TO THE LARGEST SCALES, 1
E. Trell

Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice
Faculty of Health Sciences
Se-581 85 Linkoping, Sweden

A PRIMITIVE AXIOMATIC FORMULATION
OF FERMIONIC STATES, 43
P. Rowlands

Department of Physics
University of Liverpool
Oliver Lodge Laboratory
Oxford Street, Liverpool, L69 7ZE, UK

EXPERIMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS ON VARIABLE SPEED
OF LIGHT IN SANTILLI ISORELATIVITY, 9
Guoyou Huang

Beihai Cambridge Research Center
107 South Wenming St. Beihai
Guangxi Province, 536000 P.R. China

ISORULED SURFACES IN SANTILLLI'S ISOSPACES, 105
R. Aslaner

Inonu Universitesi Egitim
Fakultesi 44280-Malatya, Turkey

DIRAC EQUATION IN FIVE DIMENSIONS
AND CONSEQUENCES, 119
A.O.E. Animalu

Institute for Basic Research (Nigeria Division)
4A Limpopo Street, FHA, Maitama, Abuja and
Dept. aof Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2005

SPACE TIME ELECTROSTATIC PROPULSION, 139
A. A. Nassikas

Technological Education Institute of Larissa
10, Ethnikis Antistasseos Street, Larissa 41335, Greece
Department of Mathematics

THE ANPA COMBINATORIAL HIERARCHY, 153
Paper One: Gravity and Electromagnetism
S. B. M. Bell

Interdisciplinary Quantum Group
Department of Computer Science
The University of Liverpool, Chadwick Building
Peach Street, Liverpool, L69 7ZF, United Kingdom

RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CURVATURES OF THE PARALLEL
HYPERSURFACES IN MINKOWSKI SPACE R31, 179
C. Ekici and A. Gorgulu

Osmangazi University
Department of Mathematics
26480 Eskisehir, Turkey and
M. Akar
Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey

DETECTION OF A GRAVITATIONAL WAVE
THROUGH THE LENGTH OF DAY, 187
M. Mizushima and R. W. Zimmerer

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado, 80309, U. S. A.

ISOSHAPES IN SANTILLI'S ISOTHEORY, 187
M. Azizian

Medical Science University of Kerman
Kerman, Iran

SCHRODINGER-NEWTON WAVE MECHANICS.
THE MODEL, 209

J. Marciak-Kozlowska and M. Kozlowski
Institute of Electron Technology
Al. Lotnikow 32/46, 02-668 Warsaw, Poland

CONFINEMENT OF THE FIELD ANGULAR MOMENTUM, 221
V. Dzhunushaliev

Department of Physics and Microel. Engineering
Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University
Kievskaya Str. 44
Bishkek, 720021, Kyrgyz Republic

COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF ROOT SYSTEMS
M. Q. Hailat

Department of Mathematics
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Irbid-Jordan

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2005

OPERATOR-EXTENSION TECHNIQUE FOR RESONANCE
SCATTERING OF NEUTRONS BY NUCLEI, 259
B. S. Pavlov

Department of Mathematics, University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand and
V. I. Kruglov
Department of Physics, The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand

THE DERIVATION OF A RESTRICTED WEYL TYPE
NON-ASSOCIATIVE ALGEBBRA, 287
Seul Hee Choi

Dept. of Mathematics, University of Jeonju
Chon-ju 560-759, Korea and
Ki-Bong Nam
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 West Main Street, Whitewater, WI 53190, USA

OPTIMIZATION OF OUTPUT ENERGY OF
A MASTER-OSCILLATOR POWER-AMPLIFIER
(MOPA), TEA - CO2 LASER, 297
H. Arjomand

Physics Department,University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

NUMERICAL STUDY OF A KLEIN-GORDON EQUATION
BY THE ADOMIAN'S DECOMPOSITON METHOD, 311
D. Kaya, H. Bulut and M. Inc

Department of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics, Firat University
Elazig 23119, Turkey

MATRICIAL SOLUTIONS OF QUANTUM SYSTEMS WITH
ANHARMONIC OSCILLATOR, SINGULAR AND
NON-SYMMETRICAL POTENTIALS, 319
A. C. B. Antunes

Instituto de Fisica Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, C.P. 68528
Ilha do Fundao, 21945-970 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil and
L. J. Antunes
Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear - CNEN, C. P. 68550
Ilha do Fundao, 21945-970 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil

ON THE FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT PHYSICAL MEANING, 337
G. P. Shpenkov

Institute of Mathematics and Physics, UTA
Kaliskiego 7, 85-796 Bydgoszcz, Poland

FLOW CALCULATIONS AND ROTORDYNAMIC COEFFICIENTS
IN STRAIGHT THROUGH LABYRINTH SEALS, 373
Y. Dereli

Mathematics Department, Science and Art Faculty
Osmangzi University, 26480, Eskisehir, Turkey

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2005

GLUEBALL FILLED WITH THE QUARK FIELD
AS A MODEL OF NUCLEON, 387
V. Dzhunushaliev

International Centre of Theoretical Physics
Strada Costiera n. 11, Trieste, 34014 Italy and
Department of Physics and Microel. Engineering, KRSU
Kievskaya Str. 44, Bishkek, 720000 Kyrgyz Republic

DIELECTRONS e+ e- SIGNALS FROM FUSION
OF QED COHERENT AND NUCLEAR STATES
IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS, 409
G. Mileto

The Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577 U.S.A.

PERTURBATION-CONVERGENCE
OF L p ( Wn) SPACES AND APPLICATIONS , 441
N. Ouakkasse, M. Raissouli and E. Zerrik

AFA Group, AFACS UFR
Moulay Ismail University, Sciences Faculty
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
B.P 11201, Meknes, Morocco

EXACT SOLUTIONS AND PAINLEVE~ ANALYSIS
OF NONLINEAR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS, 453
M. Naci Ozer, A. Bekir, H. Bilgil

Department of Mathematics, Art and Science Faculty
University of Osmangazi, 26480, Eskisehir, Turkiye

CREATION OF SPIRAL GALAXIES, 465
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado, 80309, USA

AUTOMORPHISM GROUPS OF A CLASS OF
SOLVABLE COMPLETE LIE ALGEBRAS, 475
Xiaotang Bai1, 2 and Bin Ren1

1Department of Mathematics
East China Normal University
Shanghai 200062, China and
2Department of Mathematics
Harbin University of Science and Technology
Harbin 150080, China

A NOTE ON THE MINIMAL INDEX
OF TIME-LIKE RULED SURFACES, 487
M. Tosun, M.A. Gungor, S. Ersoy

SakaryaUniversity
Faculty of Arts and Science Department of
Mathematics, Sakarya, Turkey

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2005

MAGNETO-OPTICS OF MULTI-WELL QUANTUM
STRUCTURES WITH D 2- - CENTERS, 501
V.D. Krevchnik, M.B. Semenov

Physics Department, Penza State University, Penza, Russia
Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577,
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
A.B. Grunin V.V. Evstifeev
Physics Department, Penza state University, Penza, Russia
A.K.Aringazin
Institute for Basic Research , P.O.Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682 U.S.A
Institute for Basic Research, Eurasian National University
Astana 010008, Kazakhstan

MICHELSON - MORLEY NULL RESULT FOR SOUND AND LIGHT:
A CLASSICAL DOPPLER EFECT, 513

J. P. Wesley
Weiherdammstrasse 24
78176 Blumberg, Germany

ON TWO CLASSES OF BANACH SPACES
WITHOUT UNCONDITIONAL BASIS, 523
P. Azimi

Department of Mathematics
University of Sistan and Baluchestan
Zahedan, Iran THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BALANCE
AND THE SPEED OF ALGORITHMS, 531
M.O. Keeffe, H. Pajoohesh and M. Schellekens

Centre for Efficiency - Oriented Languages (CEOL)
Department of Computer Science
University College Cork, Ireland

APPLICATIONS OF EXTENDED
TANH METHODS FOR NONLINEAR EQUATIONS, 559
M. Naci Ozer, A. Bekir, H. Bilgil

Department of Mathematics, Art and Science Faculty
University of Osmangazi , 26480, Eskisehir, Turkiye


IS INTRISIC SPIN REALLY A QUANTUM MECHANICAL CONCEPT?, 567
P. Bissonnet

P.O. Box 1624, Crosby, TX 77532, U.S.A.

AN INVERSE PROBLEM IN A STAR ELETRICAL NETWORK, 585
M. Damlakhi

Department of Mathematics
King Saud University
P.O. Box 2455 Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia

THE PROBLEM OF GRAVITATION, 599
B.G. Sidharth

International Institute for Applicable Mathematics
and Information Sciences Hyderabat ( India) and
Udine (Italy) B.M. Birla Science Centre
Adarsh Nagar, Hyderabad-500 063,India

CHARACTERIZATIONS OF 2-ORDERED TOPOLOGICAL OBJECTS
WITH RESPECT TO RA-RELATIONS, 611
H. Kabadayi

Department of Mathematics, Science Faculty
Ankara University, Tandogan, Ankara, 06100 Turkey

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2005

SCHWARZSCHILD S SOLUTION, BLACK HOLES
AND THE UNIVERSAL CONSTANTS, 623
J. Dunning- Davies

Department of Physics
University of Hull, Hull HU 6 7RX, England

DISSIPATIVE TUNNELING IN STRUCTURES
WITH QUANTUM DOTS AND QUANTUM MOLECULES, 635
Yu.I. Dahnovsky

Department of Physics and Astronomy/3905
1000E University Ave, Univesity of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 8207, USA
E.I. Kudryashov, V.G. Mayorov
Physics Department, Penza State University,Penza, Russia V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov
Physics Department , Penza State University,Penza,Russia
Inst. for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
A.K. Aringazin
Institute for Basic Research, P.O.Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
Institute for Basic Research, Eurasian National University
Astana 010008, Kazakhstan
K. Yamamoto
Research Institute of International Medical Center, Japan
V.Ch. Zhukovsky
Department of Theoretical Physics
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS
OF AN ULTRA SIMPLE STRUCTURE TEACO2 LASER, 655
Alireza Bahrampour

Vali Asr University of Rafsanjan, Iran and
International Center for Science and High Technology
and Environmental Science (ICST), Kerman, Iran
S.M. Bagher Marashi, A. Parsafar
Vali Asr University of Rafsanjan, Iran
Vali Asr University of Rafsanjan, Iran and
A. A. Ganjovi
Imternational Center for Science and High Technology
and Environmental Science (ICST), Kerman, Iran
Abolfazl Bahrampour
Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

ON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL AND
HADRONIC HIGH-Tc SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, 693
A.O.E. Animalu

Institute for Basic Research, 4A Limpopo Street FHA
Maitama Abuja and Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

SYSTEMATIC BIAS IN THE ANALYSIS
OF NEUTRINO OSCILLATION EXPERIMENTS, 717
J. R. Fanchi

Colorado School of Mines
Golden, Colorado 80401, USA

GAUGE INVARIANT VARIABLES OF YANG-MILLS THEORY, 729 C. D. Oprisan
Department of Physics
³Gh.Asachi² Technical University
Iasi 70005, Romania

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 2004

SANTILLI'S ISOSTRUCTURES AND APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICS, 1-114
Athanasios Tsonis

Doctoral Thesis
University of Thessaloniki, Greece

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 2, APRIL 2004

TWO-DIMENSIONAL TUNNEL BIFUNCTIONS WITH DISSIPATION, 115
A.K. Aringazin

Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute for Basic Research
Eurasian National University, Astana 473021, Kazakhstan
Yu. Dahnovsky
Department of Physics and Astronomy, P.O. Box 3905
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wy 82071, U.S.A.
V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov, and V.A. Veremyev
Department of Physics, Penza State University
40 Krasnaya St., Penza 440017, Russia
A.A. Ovchinnikov
Joint Institute of Chemical Physics
Kosygin Street 4, 117334 Moscow, Russia, and
K. Yamamoto
Research Institute of Intern. Medical Center of Japan
Tokyo, Japan

ON SUPERFIELD EQUATIONS OF MOTIONS, 151
Rein-Karl Loide1, Ilmar Ots2, Rein Saar3, Pavel Suurvarik1

1 Department of Physics, Tallinn Technical University
Ehitajate tee 5, 19086 Tallinn, Estonia
2Institiute of Physics, University of Tartu
Riia 242, 51014 Tartu, Estonia
3 Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Tartu
Ta¤he 4, 51010 Tartu, Estonia

THE POSSIBLE VARIATION OF THE UNIVERSAL CONSTANT
OF GRAVITATION WITH TIME, 165
D. Elrick and J. Dunning-Davies

Department of Physics
University of Hul
Hull HU6 7RX, England

CONTRIBUTION OF THE EXCHANGE PROCESS
ON THE CROSS SECTIONS OF ALPHA TRANSFER REACTIONS, 177
A.A. Farra and Y.M. Soliman

Department of Physics, Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine

GRAVITO-RADIATIVE FORCE (GRAVITATIONAL WAVE)
AND LENGTH OF DAY, 187
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado, 80309, U.S.A

ON THE PRESERVATION OF THE QUANTITY N (g) FOR DISCRETE
Zn-GRADED CONTRACTIONS OF LIE ALGEBRAS, 193
R. Campoamor-Stursberg

Laboratoire de Mathematiques et Applications
Faculte des Sciences et Techniques
4, rue des Freres Lumiere
F-68093 Mulhouse Cedex, France

ERTRAND CURVES FOR NONNULL CURVES IN
3-DIMENSIONAL LORENTZIAN SPACE, 229
H. Balgetir, M. Bektas and M. Ergut

Department of Mathematics
Firat University
23119 Elazig, Turkey

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2004

CUBIT ISOUNITS TREAD A DAUNTING PATH TO REALITY
WHILE PROVING FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM AND BEAL'S CONJECTURE, 237
E. Trell

Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Linkoping
Se-581 83 Linkoping, Sweden

A STUDY OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF
HADRONIC REACTORS OF MOLECULAR TYPE, 273
R. M. Santilli1 and A. K. Aringazin1, 2

1Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682 USA
2Institute for Basic Reserch
Department of Theoretical Physics
Eurasian National University
Astana 473021 Kazakhstan

STRUCTURE AND COMBUSTION OF MAGNEGASES, 299
R. M. Santilli1 and A. K. Aringazin1,2

1Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
2Institute for Basic Reserch
Department of Theoretical Physics
Eurasian National University
Astana 473021 Kazakhstan

A STUDY OF POLYCARBONYL COMPOUNDS IN MAGNEGASES TM, 331
R. M. Santilli1 and A. K. Aringazin1,2

1Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA
2Institute for Basic Research
Department of Theoretical Physics
Eurasian National University, Astana 473021 Kazakhsta

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 2004

GALILEI VERSUS LORENTZ COVARIANT ELECTRODYNAMICS
AND MOVING MEDIA, 349
H.E. Wilhelm

Institute for Basic Research
Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL34682-1577, USA

INFLUENCE ON THE PHYSICAL UNIVERSE BY WORMHOLE
GENERATED EXTRA DIMENSIONAL SPACE, 387
A.L. Choudhury

Department of Chemistry and Physics
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC 27909, USA

FUNCTIONS ON CONE AND HYPERBOLOID IN MINKOWSKY SPACE, 399
S.S. Moskaliuk and Yu.F. Smirnov

Bogoliubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
of Natiional Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Metrologichna Str. 14-b
252143, Kiev-143, Ukraine

ON A VARIATION PROBLEM IN MINKOWSKI SPACE, 445
N. Gurbuz

Osmangazi University
Department of Mathematics
26480, Eskisehir, Turkey

ON THE DISTRIBUTIVITY OF THE LATTICE OF
RIGHT CONGRUENCES OF A SEMIGROUP, 458
R. H. Oehmke*

Department of Mathematics, University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242, USA
* In Memoriam

PARAFERMIONIC EXTENSIONS OF PAULI AND
DIRAC EQUATIONS, 473
R.M. Yamaleev

Facultad de Estudios Superiores UNAM
Av. 1-Mayo, Campo 1
Edif. A-1, Apdo. Postal 25, Cuautitlan Izcalli
Edo, de Mexico, C.P. 54740

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2004

EXACT SOLUTIONS OF THE TIME-DEPENDENT SCHRODINGER EQUATION
WITH TIME-DEPENDENT MASS GENERATED BY FUNCTIONAL
AND COORDINATE TRANSFORMATIONS, 485
A. Schulze-Halberg

Department of Mathematics
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH)
ETH-Zentrum HG E 18. 4
CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland

THE FOUNDATIONS OF RELATIVITY, 499
C.K. Thornhill

39, Crofton Road, Orpington, Kent.
BR6 8AE.UK, United Kingdom

ON THE CONCEPTS WHICH LIE AT
THE FOUNDATION OF FIELD FLOW MECHANICS, 509
P. Bissonnet

P.O. Box 1624. Crosby, TX 77532, U.S.A.

ON THE DISTANCE FORMULAE IN
THREE DIMENSIONAL TAXICAB SPACE, 521
Z. Akca and R. Kaya

Osmangazi University
Mathematics Department
26480 Eskisehir, Turkey

SPACE, TIME, AND GRAVITATION IN THE
MODERN THEORY OF PHYSICS, 533
S.I. Goncharov

660 Sweet Hollow Road, Bloomsbury
NJ 08804, U.S.A.

ISOALGEBRA AND ISOCOALGEBRA, 581
G.H. Rezaei

Sistan and Baluchistan University, Zahedan, Iran, and
N. Gerami
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

RADICAL W-TYPE LIE ALGEBRAS WITH MANY VARIABLES, 593
N. Kawamoto

Japan Coast Guard Academy
5-1 Wakaba, Kure 737-8512, Japan and
Ki-Bong Nam
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 West Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190


A GAUGE-INVARIANT RELATIVISTIC THEORY OF
THE RUTHERFORD-SANTILLI NEUTRON, 599
A.O.E. Animalu

Institute for Basic Research, 4A Limpopo Street
F.H.A. Maitama, Abuja, and
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2004

BROWNSTEIN'S WHOLE-PARTIAL DERIVATIVES:
THE CASE OF THE LORENTZ GAUGE, 625
A Chubykalo, A. Espinoza and R. Flores-Alvarado

Escuela de Fisica, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal C-580
Zacatecas 98068, ZAC., Mexico

BOHR'S ATOM COMPLETED: THE RUTHERFORD-SANTILLI NEUTRON, 634
R. B. Driscoll

Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.

SECTIONAL PROPERTIES IN A COUNTABLE INFINITE
PRODUCT OF BANACH SPACES, 661
Y. Yilmaz

Inonu University, Department of Math.
44100, Malatya, Turkey

ELECTRODYNAMICS WITH THE SCALAR FIELD, 673
K. J. van Vlaenderen and A.Waser

Institute for Basic Research
Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1577, USA

FLOW CALCULATIONS IN LABYRINTH SEALS USING
A TWO-CONTROL VOLUME MODEL, 693
Y. Dereli and D. Eser

Mathematics Department, Science and Art Faculty
Osmangazi University, 26480, Eskisehir, Turkey

A MASS SPECTRUM FORMULA, 705
B. G. Sidharth

Departement de Physique
Universite Laval, Quebec, Canada

LIE AUTOMORPHISM GROUP OF SOME LIE ALGEBRA, 719
Ki-Bong Nam

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 West Main Street, Whitewater, WI 53190, U.S.A.

FLUX TUBE DRESSED IN COLOR ELECTRIC E7 apf AND
MAGNETIC H apf FIELDS, 729
V. D Zhunushaliev

Department of Physics and Microel. Engineering, KRSU, Bishkek
Kievskaya Str. 44, 720000, Kyrgyz Republic

APPARENT TIME-DEPENDENCE OF THE HUBBLE CONSTANT DEDUCED FROM
THE OBSERVED HUBBLE VELOCITY-DISTANCE EQUATION, 741
Feng Xu

1445 Drew Avenue, Davis, CA 95615, U.S.A.

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 1, February 2003

DERIVATION OF THE VAN DER WAALS EQUATION FROM
THE ATTRACTION BETWEEN INDUCED DIPOLE MOMENTS, 1
E. Tonni, G. Bertazzi and G. Bettoni

Dipartimento di Matematicas e Fisica
Universica Cattolica
Via Musei 41
I-25121 Brescia, Italy

EINSTEIN-SCHWARZSCHILD FORCE, 5
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A.

CHARACTERIZING A MOTION BY USING BEZIER CURVES, 15
B. Tantay

Ege University, Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics
35100 Bornova, Izmir, Turkey

MAGNETO OPTICS OF QUANTUM WIRES WITH D(-)-CENTERS, 31
V.D. Krevchik
1, A.B. Grunin 1, A.K. Aringazin 2, 3,
M.B. Semenov
1, 3, E.N. Kalinin 1, V.G. Mayorov 1,
A.A. Marko
1, S.V. Yashin 1
1 Department of Physics, Penza State University, Penza 440017, Russia
2 Institiute for Basic Research, Department of Theoretical Physics
Eurasian National University
Astana, 473021, Kazakhstan
3 Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

CONTRACTIONS AND ANALYTICAL CONTINUATIONS
IN REPRESENTATION THEORY OF UNITARY
CAYLEY- KLEIN GROUPS, 57
S.S. Moskaliuk, L. Adamska

Austro-Ukrainian Institute for Science and Technology
c/o AUI, Institute for Theoretical Physics
Vienna University of Technology
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/136
A-1040 Wien, Austria

ANGLES GENERATE MORE FUNDAMENT
AL FRAMES THAN LENGTHS, 67
K. T. Ruthenberg

Pulversteinstrasse 23
D-76530 Baden-Baden
Germany

THE HAMILTON-JACOBI TREATMENT OF RELATIVISTIC PARTICLES
COUPLED TO CHERN-SIMONS TERM, 93
S.I. Muslih

Department of Physics
Al-Azhar University, Gaza, Palestine

A SEMI-CLASSICAL MODEL FOR THEORETICAL
STUDY OF THE INJECTION LOCKING TRANSVERSELY
EXCITED ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE (TEA) CO2 LASER, 101
A. Bahrampour and M.H. Zandi

Physics Department
University of Kerman
Kerman, Iran

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 2, April 2003

PARTICLE CONTENT OF ARBITRARY
SPINOR FIELDS, 119
G. C. Marques

Instituto de Fisica, Universdade de Sao Paulo
C.P. 66318, 05315-970, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil, and
D. Spehler
Universite Louis Pasteur, I.U.T., Allee d'Athenes
67300 Schiltigheim, France

PARALLEL ABELIAN AND NON-ABELIAN GAUGE FIELDS, 133
J. Soln

JZS PHYS-Tech Corporation, 1935 Baton Drive
Vienna, VA 22182, USA

NOTE ON COMPLEX HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS, 145
M. Tekkoyun and S. Civelek

Pamukkale University , Faculty of Science and Art
Department of Mathematics, 20017 Denizli-Turkey

TREE METHOD IN REPRESENTATION THEORY OF
ORTHOGONAL CAYLEY-KLEIN GROUPS, 155
M.O. Grebenovych, S.S. Moskaliuk, and O.A. Troshina

Austro-Ukrainian Institute for Science and Technology
c/o AUI, Insitute for Theoretical Physics
Vienna University of Technology
A-1040 Wien, Austria

ON THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT, 173
M.B. Altaie

Department of Physics
Yarmouk University
Irbid, Jordan

HIGHER-SPIN EQUATIONS WITH VARIABLE
MASS AND SPIN AND CAUSALITY, 193
R.-K. Loide

Department of Physics, Tallin Technical University
Ehitajate tee 5, 19086, Tallinn, Estonia
I. Ots
Institute of Pysics, University of Tartu
Riia 142, 51014 Tartu, Estonia
R. Saar and H. Liivat
Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Tartu
Tahe 4, 51010 Tartu, Estonia

FLOW CALCULATIONS IN LABYRINTH
SEALS WITH HALF CHAMBER CAVITIES, 203
Y. Dereli and D. Eser

Department of Mathematics
Art and Science Faculty
Osmangazi University
26480, Eskisehir, Turkey

A GRAVITATIONAL WAVE TRIGGERED AN EARTHQUAKE?, 211
M. Mizushima and R.W. Zimmerer

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A. and
D.G. Burkhard
1500 Cleveland Rd.
Bogart, Georgia 30622, U.S.A.

POTENTIAL-KINETIC PARAMETERS OF
OSCILLATIONS, 217
G.P. Shpenkov and L.G. Kreidik

Institute of Mathematics and Physics, UTA
Kaliskiego St. 7, 85-796, Poland

ON A MORE ACCURATE QUANTUM ANALYSIS OF THE ALPHA DECAY, 231
V. Pankovic, M. Krmar and M. Predojevic

Institute of Physics
Trg Dositeja Obradovica 4
21000 Novi Sad, Yugoslavia

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 3, JUNE 2003 and
NUMBER 4, AUGUST, 2003

Special Issue on

HIGHER SPINS, QCD AND BEYOND

EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION, 243
V.V. Dvoeglazov

Universidad de Zacatecas, Apartado Postal 636, Suc. UAZ
Zacatecas 98062, Zac., Mexico and
S.I. Kruglov
International Educational Centre
2727 Steeles Ave. W, #104, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 3G9

PARAFERMIONIC EXTENSIONS OF PAULI AND DIRAC EQUATIONS, 247
R.M. Yamaleev

Facultad de Estudios Superiores UNAM
Av. 1-Mayo, Campo 1
Edif. A-1, Apdo. Postal 25, Cuautitlan, Izcalli
Edo, de Mexico, C.P. 54740, Mexico

Z-DESCRIPTION OF THE RELATIVISTIC SPIN, 259
D.M. Gitman

Instituto de Fisica, Univeersidade de Sao Paulo
Caixa Postal 66318, 05315-970 Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil and
A.L. Shelepin
Moskow Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation
Prospect Vernadskogo, 78, 117454, Moskow, Russia

RELATIVISTIC WAVE EQUATIONS
IN THE HELICITY BASIS, 275
V.V. Varlamov

Department of Mathematics, Siberia State Universtity of Industry
Kirova 42, Novokuznetsk 654007, Russia

GENERALIZATIONS OF THE DIRAC EQUATION AND
THE MODIFIED BARGMANN-WIGNER FORMALISM, 299
V.V. Dvoeglazov

Universidad de Zacatecas, Apartado Postal 636, Suc. UAZ
Zacatecas 98062, Zac., Mexico

LANCZOS'S EQUATION AS A WAY OUT OF THE SPIN 3/2 CRISIS?, 327
A. Gsponer and J.P. Hurni

Independent Scientific Research Institute
Box 30, CH-1211 Geneva-12, Switzerland

TENSOR-BISPINOR EQUATIONS FOR DOUBLETS, 351
A.G. Nikitin and A.V. Galkin

Institute of Mathematics
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
3 Tereshenkivska str., Kiev-4, Ukraine, 01601

HIGHER-SPIN EQUATIONS WITH VARIABLE MASS
AND SPIN AND CAUSALITY, 367
R.-K. Loide

Department of Physics, Tallinn Tecnical University
Ehitajate tee 5, 19086, Tallinn, Estonia and
I. Ots
Institute of Physics, University of Tartu
Riia 142, 51014 Tartu, Estonia and
R. Saar and H. Liivat
Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Tartu
Tahe 4, 51010 Tartu, Estonia

LINEAR EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR MASSLESS PARTICLES
OF ANY SPIN IN ANY EVEN DIMENSIONAL SPACES, 377
B. Gornik and N.S. Mankoc-Borstnik

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
University of Ljubljana
Jadranska 19
Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia and
Primorska Institute for Natural Sciences and Technology
C. Marezganskega upora 2, Koper 6000, Slovenia

PARTICLE CONTENT OF ARBITRARY
SPINOR FIELDS, 411
G.C. Marques and D. Spehler

Instituto de Fisica, Universidade de Sao Paulo
C.P. 66318, 05315-970 Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil

DYNAMICAL SYMMETRY BREAKING
AND EFFECTIVE LAGRANGIANS
IN U(n) FOUR-FERMION MODELS (n=2,3),425
S.I. Kruglov

International Educational Centre
2727 Steeles Ave. W, #104, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 3G9

THE CLASSICAL PROBLEM OF TWO POINT STRUCTURAL PARTICLES IN
THE SECOND ORDER APPROXIMATION, 441
E. Entralgo and M.Y. Ballester

Instituto Superior de Ciencias y Technologia Nucleares
Quinta de los Molinos Carlos III y Luaces
Plaza dela Revolucion, Ciudad Habana, Cuba

ROTATIONAL INVARIANCE AND BARYONIC STRUCTURE, 453
P. O'Hara

Dept.. of Mathematics, Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625-4699, U.S.A.

THE SPIN OF THE MESONS AND BARYONS, 471
E.L. Koschmieder

Center for Statistical Mechanics
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX 78712, U.S.A.

CHIRAL PHASE TRANSITIONS, 487
M.D. Scadron and P. Zenczykowski

Department of Theoretical Physics
Institurte of Nuclear Physics, Krakow, Poland

NUCLEON STRANGENESS AND SPIN CRISIS?, 501
L. Babukhadia

Department of Physics, State University of New York
Stony Brook, NY 11794, U.S.A. and
M.D. Scadron
Department of Physics, University of Arizona
Tucson, Az 85721 U.S.A.

BIDYON AS AN ELECTROMAGNETIC MODEL
FOR CHARGED PARTICLE WITH SPIN, 513
A. A. Chernitskii

St.-Petersburg Electrotechnical Universty
Prof. Popov str 5
St.-Petersburg, 197376, Russia and
A. Friedmann Laboratory for Theoretical Physics, St.-Petrsburg, Russia

STRUCTURE AND SPIN OF PHOTON-LIKE OBJECTS
IN EXTENDED ELECTRODYNAMICS, 523
S. Donev

Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy
1784 Sofia, blvd. Tzarigradsko chaussee 72, Bulgaria

QUANTUM MONOPOLES IN LATTICE QCD
WITH ABELIAN PROJECTION, 537
V. Dzhunushaliev

Dept. of Phys. and Microel. Engineer
Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University
Bishkek, 720000, Kyrgyz Republic and
D. Singleton
Physics Dept., CSU Fresno
2345 East San Ramon Ave. M/S 37 Fresno
Ca 93740-8031, U.S.A

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 5, SEPTEMBER 2003

SIGNATURES OF DISCRETE SPACE-TIME EFFECTS
IN NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS, 557
C. Wolf

Department of Physics
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247, USA

Q-SWITCHING TECHNIQUE IN THE OUTPUT OF
THE INJECTION LOCKING TEA CO2 LASER, 567
A. Bahrampour and M.H. Zandi

Physics Department
University of Kerman
Kerman, Iran

A WORMHOLE-GENERATED PHYSICAL UNIVERSE
WITH REFINED APPROXIMATION, 581
A.L. Choudhury

Department of Chemistrty and Physics
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC 27909

FUZZY LOGIC, INFORMATIVENESS AND BAYESIAN
DECISION-MAKING PROBLEMS, 589
P.V. Golubtsov

Department of Physics, Moscow State Lomonosov University
119899, Moscow, Russia
S. S. Moskaliuk
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Str., 14-b, Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

POSITIVE DERIVATIONS ON (SEMI) PRIME l-RINGS, 631
M. Ebrahimi, M. Mehdi and H. Pajoohesh

Department of Mathematics
Shadid Beheshti University, 19839, Tehran, Iran

A NEW THEORY ON THE STRUCTURE OF
THE RUTHERFORD-SANTILLI NEUTRON, 637
A.O.E. Animalu

Institute for Basic Research (Nigeria Div.)
4A Limpopo Street, F.H.A. Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria and
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

REMARKS ON THE HIGGS-PARTICLE PREDICTION
IN THE STANDARD MODEL, 655
G. Ziino

Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche e Astronomiche
Universita di Palermo, via Archirafi 36, I - 90123 Palermo, Italy

DECOMPOSITION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE
NONLINEAR STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS, 665
H. Bulut and M. Ergut

Department of Mathematics, Firat University
Elazig 23119, Turkey

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 6, DECEMBER 2003

PHOTONIC DRAG EFFECT FOR ONE-DIMENSIONAL
ELECTRONS IN A LONGITUDINAL MAGNETIC
FIELD WITH D(-)-CENTERS PARTICIPATION, 681
V.D. Krevchik1, A.B. Grunin1
A.K. Aringazin2,3, and M. B. Semenov1,3

1Department of Physics, Penza State University, Penza, 440017, Russia
2Institute for Basic Research
Eurasian National University, Astana, 473021, Kazakstan
3Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, Fl. 34682, USA

FUNCTIONAL TRANSFORMATION OF
THE TIME-DEPENDENT SCHRODINGER EQUATION
WITH TIME AND SPATIALLY DEPENDENT MASS, 707
A. Schulze-Halberg

Department of Mathematics
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH)
ETH-Zentrum HG E 18.4 CH-8092 Zurich Switzerland

A GENERALIZATION OF THE BESSEL-CLIFFORD AND
WRIGHT FUNCTIONS, 715
L. Galue

Centro de Investigacion de Matematica Aplicada (CIMA)
Facultad de Ingenieria. La Universidad del Zulia
Apartado 10482
Maracaibo-Venezuela

A NOTE ON INTEGRABILITY ON COMPLEX
TANGENT BUNDLE, 725
M. Tekkoyun and S. Civelek

Pamukkale University
Department of Mathematics
20017 Denizli, Turkey

ANALYTIC REPRESENTATION OF NEWTONIAN SYSTEMS, 737
P. Sarkar1, B. Talukdar2 and U. Das3

1Dept. of Chemistry, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, 731235, India
2Dept. of Physics, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, 731235, India
3Abhedananda Mahavidyalaya, Sainthia, 731234, India

MATRIX ELEMENTS OF THE IRREDUCIBLE
REPRESENTATION OF GROUP SO (P,Q), p ¾ q = 2,3,...
IN MIXED BASIS, 749
Y. Bayazit and Y.A. Verdiyev

Trakya University, Department of Mathematics, 22030 Edirne, Turkey

SUPERSYMMETRY TRANSFORMATION IN
THE SUPERSYMMETRIC NON-ABELIAN
GAUGE THEORY, 759
S. Onizawa and M. Yamada

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences, Ibaraki University
Bunkyo, 2-1-1, Mito, Japan

AN UPPER LIMIT ON THE REGION OF THE
PARTICLE CREATION BY BLACK HOLES, 779
M.B. Altaie

Department of Physics
Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan

ON AN EINSTEIN-BOHR'S GEDANKEN EXPERIMENT AND
MEASUREMENT OF GENERAL RELATIVISTIC EFFECTS
BY RADIOACTIVE DECAY IN EARTH GRAVITATIONAL
FIELD, 795
V. Pancovic, M. Predojevic and M. Krmar

Institute of Physics, Trg Dositeja Obradovica 4
21000 Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 1, February 2002

A UNIFIED FORM OF GAMMA-TYPE
AND INVERSE GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTIONS, 1
A. Al-Zamel, I. Ali and S. Kalla

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Faculty of Science, Kuwait University
P.O. Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait

QUANTUM DIMENSIONAL ZEEMAN EFFECT IN THE
MAGNETO-OPTICAL ABSORPTION SPECTRUM FOR
QUANTUM DOT-IMPURITY CENTER SYSTEMS, 23
V.D. Krevchik1, A.B. Grunin1,
A.K. Aringazin2,3 and M.B. Semenov1,3

1Department of Physics
Penza State University
Penza, 440017, Russia
2Department of Theoretical Physics
Institute for Basic Research
Eurasian National University
Astana, 473021, Kazakstan
3Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

A FAMILY OF METRICS WITH SPECIAL SECTIONAL CURVATURE ON A RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLD, 41
P. Nerantzi and Gr. Tsagas

Department of Mathematics and Physics
Division of Mathematics
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Gr. 54006, Greece

BIREFRINGENCE AND ANOMALIES IN THE PROPAGATION OF
PSEUDOSCALAR TORSION COUPLED ELECTROMAGNETISM, 54
C. Wolf

Department of Physics
Massachusetts State College of Liberal Arts
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247, U.S.A.

STIRLING¹S APPROXIMATION - TO USE OR NOT TO USE, 63
J. Dunning-Davies

The University of Hull
Hull, England, and
The Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Florida, U.S.A.

MAGNETIC FREEZING EFFECT FOR THE
GROUND STATE OF QUANTUM DOT, 69
V. D. Krevchik1, A.B. Grunin1, A. K. Aringazin2,3 and M.B. Semenov1,3

1Department of Physics
Penza State University, Penza, 440017, Russia
2Department of Theoretical Physics
Eurasian National University
Astania, 473021, Kazakstan, and
3Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.

A NEW APPROACH TO FUZZY TOPOLOGICAL SPACES , 81
Sh. Salili and M.R. Molaei

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Shalid Bahonar University of Kerman
P.O. Box 76135-133, Kerman, Iran

A SCENARIO FOR NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS IN A NONUNIVERSAL
GAUGE INTERACTION MODEL, 91
H. Widyan and E. Malkawi

Department of Physics
Jordan University of Science & Technology
Irbid 22110, Jordan, and
M.B. Altai
Department of Physics
Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan

HAMILTON-JACOBI QUANTIZATION OF PARTICLE
CONSTRAINED ON A CIRCLE, 107
S.I. Muslih

Department of Physics
Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine

THE ROLE OF INVARIANT SUBSPACES IN DETERMINING THE EFFECTIV
FORMS OF OPERATORS, 117
C. P. Viazminsky

Department of Physics
University of Aleppo
Aleppo, Syri, and
J. P. Vary
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Iowa State Universit
Ames, IA 50011, U.S.A.

THE MATRIX ELEMENTS OF THE IRREDUCIBLE
REPRESENTATION OF THE LORENTZ GROUP
IN MIXED BASIS (NON DEGENERATE CASE), 129
Y.A. Verdiyev

Trakya University, Department of Mathematics
22030, Edirne, Turkey

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 2, April 2002

WEINBERG¹S APPROACH AND ANTISYMMETRIC TENSOR FIELDS, 137
V.V. Dvoeglazov

Universidad de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal 636, Suc. UAZ
Zacatecas 98062 Zac., Mexico

A CRITICAL APPROACH TO TOTAL AND PARTIAL DERIVATIVES, 159
A.E. Chubykalo and R.A. Flores

Escuela de Fisica, Univeridad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartaado Postal C-580, Zacatecas 98068

METHOD OF ADDITIONAL STRUCTURES ON THE OBJECTS OF A MONOIDAL KLEISLI CATEGORY
AS A BACKGROUND FOR INFORMATION TRANSFORMERS THEORY , 179
P.V. Golubtsov

Moskow State Lomonosov University
Department of Physics, Moscow State University
119899, Moskow, Russia, and
S.S. Moskaliuk
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Str., 14-b
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

TREATMENT OF A SPINNING PARTICLE OR
SUPER-GRAVITY IN ONE DIMENSION AS SINGULAR SYSTEM, 239
Z.M. Nassar

Department of Physics, Islamic University of Gaza
P.O.Box 108, Gaza, Palestine, and
N.I. Farahat
Department of Physics, Islamic University of Gaza
P.O.Box 108, Gaza, Palestine

MAXWELL¹S ELECTROMAGNETIC EQUATIONS REVISITED, 251
J.Dunning-Davies

University of Hull
Hull, England, and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 3, June 2002

GENERALIZATION OF THE EMBEDDING PROBLEM OF
DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS INTO LIE ALGEBRAS, 261
R. Campoamor-Stursberg

Dep. Geometria y Topologia
Fac. C.C. Matematicas Universidad Complutense
E-28040 Madrid, Spain

ANTIPROTON-PROTON ELASTIC SCATTERING AT VERY
HIGH ENERGIES, 273
M. Saleem and M. Ali

Theory Group, Department of Space Science
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, and
Sh. Ali and A. Shahbaz
Theory Group, Center for High Energy Physics
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

A TREATMENT OF SECOND-ORDER SINGULAR LAGRANGIANS AS CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS, 291
N.I. Farahat and Kh.A. Ramadan

Department of Physics
Islamic University of Gaza
P.O. Box 108 Gaza, Palestine

QUANTUM TUNNELING WITH DISSIPATION
Low-temperature adiabatic chemical reactions considered
as dissipative tunnel systems, 303
Yu. I. Dakhnovskii1,2, A.A. Ovchinnikov,1 and M.B. Semenov3,4

1Institute of Chemical Physics, Academy of Sciences of Russia
Kosygin str.4, 117977, Moskow, Russia
2Department of Physics & Astronomy,
P.O. Box 3905, University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071, U.S.A.
3Department of Physics, Penza State University
Krasnaya str. 40, 440017, Penza, Russia
4Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 4, August 2002

COMBINATORIAL INTERPRETATION OF HALDANE-WU
FRACTIONAL EXCLUSION STATISTICS, 387
A. K. Aringazin and M.I. Mazhitov

Department of Theoretical Physics
Institute for Basic Research
Eurasian National University
Astana 473021, Kazakstan

CORRECTIONS TO THE C.B.R. INDUCED BY
DISCRETIZED SPACE-TIME AND EXTRA DIMENSIONS, 395
C. Wolf

Department of Physics
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247, U.S.A.

ROTATIONAL INVARIANCE AND THE PAULI EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE, 407
P. OHara

Department of Mathematics
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625-4699, U.S.A.

THE LATTICE DYNAMICS OF Fe3Pt ALLOY, 431
G. Ugur

Gazi University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
06500 Ankara, Turkey
H. Y. Ocak
Dumlupinar University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Ku¤tahya, Turkey
S. Ugur
Gazi University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
06500 Ankara, Turkey and
I. Akgun
Gazi University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
06500 Ankara, Turkey

RESULTS OF SEM ANALYSIS ON DIFFERENT METAL SURFACES AFTER HYDROGEN ABSORPTION, 443
D. Chicea

Physics Department
University Lucian Blaga of Sibiu
Str. Dr. Ion Ratiu nr. 7-9
Sibiu 2400, Romania

NUCLEAR FUSION IN THE CHANELLED ION BEAMS IN A CRYSTAL, 459
N. Zh. Takibayev

Institute of Nuclear Physics
Almaty, Kazakhstan

PATH INTEGRAL QUANTIZATION OF YANG-MILLS THEORY, 471
S.I. Muslih

Department of Physics
Al-Azhar University , Gaza, Palestine

HYPERSPHERICAL FUNCTIONS AND LINEAR
REPRESENTATIONS OF THE LORENTZ GROUP, 481
V.V. Varlamov

Department of Mathematics
Siberia State University of Industry
Kirova 42, Novokuznetsk 654007, Russia

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 5, October 2002

CHARGE-ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURE OF MATTER, 513
J. Lohmus

Institute of Physics
University of Tartu, Riia 142
61014 Tartu, Estonia and
L. Sorsepp
Tartu Observatory
61602 District of Tartu, Estonia

THE SPIN-STATISTICS THEOREM AND CLEBSCH-GORDAN COEFFICIENTS, 529
Paul O'Hara

Dept. of Mathematics
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625-4699, U.S.A.

ON SUBMANIFOLDS OF A SPACE FORM R1s(k) OF THE MINKOWSKI SPACE IR 1n, 543
K. Orbay

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Education, Ondokuzmayis University
Amasya, Turkey and
M. Caliscan and N. Kuruoglu
Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Art and Sciences, Ondokuzmayis University
Samsun, Turkey

CAN A QUANTUM MEASUREMENT BE CANCELLED IN A
VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME?, 555
R. L. Schafir

CISM, London Metropolitan University
London EC3N 1Jy, U.K.

GRADING OF SANTILLI'S ISOVECTOR SPACES ON ISOFIELDS, 561
N. Gerami and G.R. Rezaee

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

ON ELECTRON SPIN OF h / 2, 573
G. P. Shpenkov and L. G. Kreidik

Kaliskiego St. 7
85-796 Bydgoszcz, Poland

THE EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN THE HAMILTONIAN
AND THE LAGRANGIAN FORMULATIONS
OF CONSTRAINED SYSTEMS, 587
S. I. Muslih

Department of Physics
Al-Azhar University. Gaza, Palestine and
H. A. El-Zalan
Department of Mathematics, Al-Aqsa University
Gaza, Palestine

ON THE THEORETICAL POSSIBILITY OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SCALAR POTENTIAL WAVE SPREADING WITH AN ARBITRARY
VELOCITY IN VACUUM , 597
A. E. Chubykalo and V. Onoochin

Escuela de Fisica
Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal C-580, Zacatecas 98068, ZAC., Mexico

COMPACT SUBSETS OF FREE ALGEBRAS WITH TOPOLOGIES AND EQUIVALENCE OF SPACES, 609
M. Choban and L. Kiriak

Gh. Iablocichin
5MD-2069 , Chisinau, Moldovav

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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 6, December 2002

A DELAYED-CHOICE THOUGHT-EXPERIMENT WITH
LATER-TIME ENTANGLEMENT, 631
C. F. Boyle

University of Central England
Birmingham B42 2SU, U.K. and
R. L. Schafir
CISM, London Metropolitan University
London EC3N 1JY, U.K.

CHIRAL PHASE TRANSITIONS, 639
M. D. Scadron
,
Physics Dept., University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ, U.S.A. and
P. Zenczykowski
Department of Theoretical Physics
Institute of Nuclear Physics
Krakow, Poland

THE PION DOUBLE CHARGE EXCHANGE ANGULAR
DEPENDENCE FOR THE REACTION ON
Fe, Cr, and TiAT 30MeV, 50MeV and 140MeV, 655
M. O. El-Ghossain

Department of Physics
The Islamic University of Gaza
Gaza, Palestine

THE RELATIVITY THEORY AND THE QUANTUM MECHANICS UNDER THE CLAIM FOR MINIMUM CONTRADICTIONS, 667
A. A. Nassikas

Tecnological Education Institute of Larissa
10, Ethnikis Antistasseos Street
41335 Larissa, Greece

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF SIGNALS OF
A NEW NATURE WITH THE AID OF TWO HIGH PRECISION STATIONARY QUARTZ GRAVIMETERS, 697
Yu. A. Baurov

Central Research Institute of Machine Building
Pionerskaya, 4, 141070, Korolev
Moscow Region, Russia, and
A. V. Kopajev
Shternberg State Astronomical Institute of
Moskow State University (SSAI MSU)
University Prospect, 13
119899, Moskow, Russia

THE SIMPLE n - ary LIE ALGEBRAS, 713
Bai Ruipu

Department of Math., Hebei University
(071002) Baoding, China
Department of Math., NanKai University
(300071) Tianjin, China and
Meng Daoji
Department of Math., NanKai University
(3000071) Tianjin, China

SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS IN FUZZY LINEAR PROGRAMMING, 725
K. Yenilmez and R. N. Gasimov

Osmangazi University
Eskisehir, Turkey

SEMIPRIME SUBMODULES OF MODULES, 743
H. A. Tavallaee

Department of Mathematics
Iran University of Science and Technology
Narmak, Tehran 16844, Iran and
S. Ghalandarzadeh
Department of Mathematics
K.N.T. University of Technology
Tehran, Iran

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 1, February 2001

ENTROPY, THERMODYNAMICS AND BIOLOGY, 1
J. Dunning-Davies

University of Hull
Hull, England, and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, Florida, U.S.A.

THERMODYNAMICS: THE SECOND LAW REVISITED, 11
M. Burton and P. J. Doncaster

Department of Mathematics
University of Hull HU6 7RX, England, and
J. Dunning-Davies Department of Mathematics University of Hull
Hull HU6 7RX, England, and
Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL. USA

UNITARY TRANSFORMATION AND MATRICES
OF FINITE ROTATIONS IN SPACE OF TREES, 17
G. I. Kuznetsov and S. S. Moskaliuk

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Str., 14-b
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

THE ENERGY-MOMENTUM TENSOR FOR
GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTIONS, 53
W. Wyss

Department of Physics
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309, U.S.A.

EXACTNESS OF BRS COHOMOLOGY, SEQUENCE IN
Rx FORMULATION OF THE ABELIAN HIGGS MODE, 71
N. Motoyui and M. Yamada

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences, Ibaraki University
Bunkyo 2-1-1 , Mito, 310-8512, Japan

ON THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE QCD RUNNING COUPLING, 87
D. Palle

Zavod za teorijsku fiziku Institut Rugjer Boskovic P.O. Box 18
10002 Zagreb, Croatia

A SPHERICAL MOTION AND A PRINCIPAL FIBRE BUNDLE, 10
S. Aydintan

Gazi University
Gazi Education Facult
Department of Mathematic
Teknikokullar
Ankara, Turkey

GENERALIZED GALILEO-LORENTZ TRANSFORMATION, 105
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A.

THE REFRACTION OF LIGHT IN STATIONARY AND
MOVING REFRACTIVE MEDIA, 113
C.K. Thornhill

39, Crofton Road
Orpington, Kent, BR6 8AE
United Kingdom

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 2, April 2001

GENERALIZATION OF THE VILENKIN-KUZNETSO
SMORODINSKY METHOD OF TREES, 129
S. S. Moskaliuk and Yu. F. Smirnov

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolochna Str., 14-b
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

INTERNAL SYMMETRY GROUP AND DENSITY MATRIX
OF FIELDS WITH SPINS 0, 1, 167
S. I. Kruglov

International Educational Centre
2727 Steeles Ave. West, Suite 202
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 3G9

WHY DI CAPRIO S THEORY TRYING TO TREAT ATOMIC
PHENOMENA BY MEANS OF CLASSICAL STABILITY IS
NOT VIABLE, 187
E. Tonni and E. Cesaroni

Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica
Universita Cattolica
via Musei 41, I-25121
Brescia, Italy, and
G. Spavieri
Centro de Astrofisica Teorica
Universidad de Los Andes
Merida, 5101 Venezuela

THE FAMOUS NLS EQUATION FROM FIFTH ORDER
INTEGRABLE NONLINEAR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS, 195
M. N. Ozer and Idris Dag

Department of Mathematics, Art and Science Faculty
University of Osmangazi, 26480
Eskisehir, Turkey

A LONGITUDINAL ELECTRICAL IMPULSE FIELD
NEUTRINO AND ITS ORIGIN IN VIRTUAL QUANTA OF
THE TACHYONIC ELECTRON, MUON, AND PION, 207
E. L. Wall

Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor, FL, U.S.A.

THE SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF
THE DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM, 225
H. Terzidis and G. Danas

Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki
School of Sciences - Department of Mathematics
P.O. Box 14561 Thessaloniki, Greece

INELAS TICITY IN PROTON-AIR AND PROTON - PROTON
COLLISIONS FROM COSMIC RAY EAS DATA, 241
A. Bhadra

High Energy and CosmicRay Research Centre
North Bengal University
Darjeeling, 734430 India

ADDENDUM TO "COULOMB INTERACTION DOES
NOT SPREAD INSTANTANEOUSLY," 253
R. I. Tsontchev, A. E. Chubykalo and J. M. Rivera-Juarez

Escuela de Fisica
Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal C-580
Zacatecas 98068, ZAC., Mexico

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 3, June 2001

GEODESIC LINES IN THE GRAVITATIONAL FIELD OF
NONLINEAR COSMIC STRINGS, 263
L. M. Chechin and T. B. Omarov

Astrophysics Institute, National Academy of Science
Almaty, 480068, Kazakstan

A WORMHOLE-GENERATED PHYSICAL UNIVERSE, 275
A. L. Choudhury

Department of Physical Science, Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City , NC 27909, and
H. Pendharkar
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC 27909, U.S.A.

ISOTOPIC FORM OF COMPLEX MANIFOLDS, 291
M. R. Molaei

Dept. of Math., Shahid Bahonar University of and
Institute for Studies im Theoretical Physics and Mathematics
Kerman, Iran

APPROXIMATION BY BALAZS TYPE RATIONAL FUNCTIONS IN WEIGHTED SPACES, 301
N. Ispir

Ankara University
Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics
06100 Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey, and
C. Atakut
Ankara University
Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics
06100 Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

DOPPLER EFFECT IN SPECIAL RELATIVITY:
A CASE OF CHRONIC SCIENTIFIC CONFUSION, 317
B. Rotehnstein , F. Barvinschi and D. Paunescu

Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES UNDER GRAVITY, 329
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A.

CANONICAL FORMULATION TREATMENT
OF A FREE RELATIVISTIC PARTICLE, 335
S. I. Muslih

Department of Physics, Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine

ON A GENERAL DEFINITION FOR INERTIAL THEORIES
OF SPACE AND TIME, 345
E. Caccese

Department of Mathematics, University of Basilicata
85100-Potenza, Italy and
V. A. Cimmelli
Department of Mathematics, University of Basilicata
85100-Potenza, Italy, and
A. R. Pace
Department of Mathematics, University of Basilicata
85100-Potenza, Italy

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 4, August 2001

ON THE COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRAS
IN THE MINKOVSKI 3-SPACE, 385
Y. Yayli and E. Soyturk

Ankara University, Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics
06100 Tandogan, Ankara

TOROIDAL CONFIGURATION OF THE ORBID OF THE
ELECTRON OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM UNDER STRONG
EXTERNAL MAGNETIC FIELDS, 395
A. K. Aringazin

Department of Theoretical Physics
Karaganda State University
Karaganda, 470074 Kazakhstan, and
Institute for Basic Research
P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor , FL 34682, USA

QUOTIENT EQUATIONS AND INTEGRALS OF MOTION
FOR VECTOR MASSLESS FIELD, 435
S. S. Moskaliuk

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Str., 14-b
Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

THE HYDROGEN ATOM UNDER GRAVITY, 449
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics
University of Colorad
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A.

p-UNIVERSAL AND PURE SPACES DEFINED BY
POSTNIKOV TOWERS, 455
N. El Adnani

Universite My Ismail
Faculte des Sciences
Mekne`s, Morocco and
Y. Rami
Universite My Ismail
Faculte des Sciences
Mekne`s, Morocco

ON THE QUANTUM LOOP WEAK INTERACTION
CORRECTIONS AT HIGH ENERGIES, 469
D. Palle

Zavod za teorijsku fiziku
Institut Rugjer Boskovic
P.O. Box 180, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia

A DIQUARK-ANTIDIQUARK MODEL FOR
S WAVE DIMESONS, 485
Drs. W. S. Carvalho and A. C. B. Antunes

Instituto de Fisica
UFRJ-Ilha do Fundao
Caixa Postal 68528- CEP 21945-970
Rio de Janeiro-RJ Brazil

ISOMORPHIC FIRST ORDER
DIFFERENTIAL OPERATORS, 493
C. Viazminsky

Department of Physics
University of Aleppo
Aleppo, Syria

TREATING QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS AS
CONSTRAINED SYSTEM, 507
E. M. Rabie, H. Widyan, and E. Malkawi

Department of Physics
Jordan University of Science & Technology
Irbid 22110, Jordan

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 5, October 2001

THE CENTRAL SYMMETRIC SCREENED COULOMB
POTENTIAL IN N DIMENSIONS, 519
A. Schulze-Halberg

Department of Mathematics
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH)
ETH-Zentrum HG E 18.4, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland

QUOTIENT EQUATIONS AND INTEGRALS OF MOTION FOR SCALAR FIELD, 531
S. S. Moskaliuk

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Metrolohichna Str., 14-b, Kyiv-143, Ukraine, UA-03143

DIFFERENTIAL-GEOMETRICAL CONDITIONS BETWEEN GEODESIC CURVES AND SPACE-LIKE SURFACES IN THE SEMI-EUCLIDIAN SPACE E1/3, 535
N. Ayyldez and A. Ceylan Coken

Department of Mathematics, Univ. of Suleyman Demirel
32260, Isparta, Turkey

LINEARISATION DE CERTAINES STRUCTURES DE JACOBI ANALYTIQUES, 545
M. Ekdiha

Departement de Mathematiques et Informatiqu
Universite Moulay Ismail, Faculte des Sciences
B. P. 4010, Beni M¹hamed, Mekne`s, Maroc and
M. El Galiou
Eciole Normale Superieur
Martil, Tetouan, Maroc

THE CASIMIR OPERATORS OF THE GROUP SO(1,3) FOR
VARIOUS DECOMPOSITIONS, 567
M. Sezgin, F. Uysal, and Y. A. Verdiyev

Trakya University, Department of Mathematics
22030, Edirne, Turkey

ENLARGED SUPERCONFORMAL ALGEBRA
AND N=1SUPERCONFORMAL ACTION WITHOUT
CONSTRAINTS ON CURVATURE TENSORS, 575
C. Pilot

Department of Physics, Maine Maritime Academy
Castine, ME 04420, and
Dr. Subhash Rajpoo
Department o of Physics and Astronom
California State University
Long Beach, CA 90840

EFFECT OF NON-ORTHOGONALITY OF RESIDUES IN THE WIGNER-WEISSKOPF MODEL OF THE NEUTRAL K-MESON SYSTEM ON REGENERATION AND INTERFERENCE IN THE EXIT CHANNEL, 593
E. Cohen and L. P. Horwitz

Department of Physics and Astronomy
Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Excact Sciences
Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv 69978, Israel

GENERALISATION OF CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS TO ADMIT A SCALAR FIELD AND LONGITUDINAL WAVES,609
K. J. van Vlaenderen and A. Waser

Veldenseweg 82
5914sv Venlo, The Netherlands

A UNIFIED THEORY OF THE GRAVITATIONAL
AND STRONG INTERACTIONS, 629
Chun-xuan Jiang

P.O. Box 3924, Beijing 100854, China

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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 6, December, 2001

PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
IN THE PROJECTIVE REALITY, 639
R. da Rocha, Jr.

Instituto de Fisica Gleb Wataghin
IFGW - Unicamp
13081 - 970 - Campinas (SP) - Brasil and
E. Capelas de Oliveira
Departamento de Matematica Aplicada
IMECC - Unicamp
13083-970 - Campinas (SP) - Brasil

A SIMPLE ALGORITHM FOR OBTAINING BOUND STATE WAVE FUNCTIONS BY SOLVING THE DIRAC EQUATIONS, 653
S. Banerjee

Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit
Indian Statistical Institute
Kolkata 700035, India

QUOTIENT EQUATIONS AND INTEGRALS OF MOTION
FOR MASSIVE SPINOR FIELD, 669
S. S. Moskaliuk

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics

EVALUATION OF SOME INTEGRALS INVOLVING GENERALIZED HERMITE POLYNOMIALS, 675
L. Galue

Centro de Investigacion de Matematica Aplicada (CIMA)
Facultad de Ingenieria-Universidad del Zulia
Maracaibo, Venezuela

DEUTERIUM UNDER GRAVITY (A VIOLATION OF
GALILEO'S EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE), 697
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics, University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, U.S.A.

TIMELIKE DARBOUX CURVES ON A
TIMELIKE SURFACE M C M 3/1 , 701
A. A. Ergin

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science and Arts
Akdeniz University
07058-Antalya, Turkey

PATH INTEGRAL FORMULATION OF CONSTRAINED
SYSTEMS WITH SINGULAR - HIGHER ORDER
LAGRANGIANS, 513
S. I. Muslih

Department of Physics
Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine

A COMPOSITE MODEL OF LEPTONS, 721
A. Renreng

Jalan Sunu Blok G. 21
Makassar 90152, Indonesia

CHARACTERIZATIONS OF 2-ORDERED
TOPOLOGICAL STRUCTURES FOR A
WEAK LINEAR ORDER, 731
H. Kabadayi

Department of Mathematics
Science Faculty
Ankara University
Tandogan, Ankara, 06100, Turkey

DECOMPOSITION EN PRODUIT TENSORIEL INDUCTIF
DE QUELQUES ESPACES FONCTIONNELS, 743
M. Archoun, N. Ouakkasse and Raissouli

Universite My Ismail, Faculte des Sciences
Departement de Mathematiques et Informatique
U.F.R. AFACS, Groupe AFA
BP 4010 Zitoune, Mekne`s, Maroc

ABOUT THE ROTATION OF THE SPACE-LIKE
SURFACE STRIPS AND THE TRIHEDRONS ON IT, 757
E. Ozyilmaz

Ege University
Faculty of Science, Dept. of Mathematics
Izmir, Turkey and
Y. Yayli
Ankara University
Faculty of Science, Dept. of Mathematics
Ankara, Turkey

INDEX, 769

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 1, February 2000

EXACT SOLUTION OF THE RESTRICTED THREE-BODY
SANTILLI-SHILLADY MODEL OF H2 MOLECULE , 1
A.K. Aringazin

Karaganda State University
Karaganda, 470074 Kazakhstan, and
M.G. Kucherenko
Orenburg State University
13 Pobedy Ave.
Orenburg 460352, Russia

ON VARIATIONAL SOLUTION OF THE FOUR-BODY
SANTILLI-SHILLADY MODEL OF H2 MOLECULE, 57
A.K. Aringazin

Karaganda State University
Karaganda, 470074 Kazakhstan

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 2, April 2000

SPECIAL BILINEAR FORMS ON EIGHT DIMENSIONAL
NILPOTENT LIE ALGEBRAS, 115
Gr. Tsagas, Ch. Christophoridou and A. Synefaki

Department of Mathematics and Physics
Faculty of Technology
Aristotle University of Theesaloniki
Thessaloniki 54 006, Greece

ABOUT THE ELECTRODYNAMIC FORCE CONTROVERSY, 131
E. Tonni

Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica
Universita` Cattolica
Via Trieste 17
I-25121 Brescia, Italy

SUPERGRAVITY N = 1 on R x S 3, 135
V. Manta and Gh.Zet

Department of Physics
Gh. Asachi Technical University

IN THE MINKOWSKI SPACE R 31 , 143
N. Gurbuz and A. Gorgulu

26480 Eskisehir, Turkey

BARYONS IN THE CHROMODYNAMIC POTENTIAL MODEL, 165
D.C. Gandhi and S. Chakrabarty

Department of Physics Santiniketan 731 235, India

GRAVITATION AND THERMODYNAMICS
IN A PLANCK ERA, 182
M. Kozlowski

Institute of Experimental Physics,
Warsaw University, Hoza 69
00-681 Warsaw, Poland, and
J.Marciak-Kozlowska
Institue of Electron Technology
Al. Lotniko w 32/46
02-668 Warsaw, Poland

EVIDENCE OF SPIN MUTATION WITH CONSEQUENT
NON-UNITARY TIME EVOLUTION IN C-13, 193
J. A.de Wet

Box 514
Plettenberg Bay
South Africa

PATH INTEGRAL FORMULATION OF CONSTRAINED SYSTEMS, 203
S. I. Muslih

P.O. Box 1277
Physics Department
Al-Azhar University
Gaza, Palestine

QUANTUM INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS
OF GROUP SO(p, q), 219
Y. Bayazit, C. Dane and Y. A. Verdiyev

Trakya University
Department of Mathematics
22030 Edirne, Turkey

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM¹S RANGE
MEASUREMENT EQUATION VERSUS
SPECIAL RELATIVITY¹S TWO PRINCIPLES, 227
R. Wang

St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301, USA

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 3, June 2000

GREEN¹S FUNCTIONS FOR A SCALARFIELD IN
ROBERTSON-WALKER SPACETIMES, 239
R. Mankin and A. Ainsaar

Department of Natural Sciences,
Tallinn Pedagogical University
25 Narva mnt., EEooo1 Tallinn, Estonia

AN INTERESTING AND USEFUL TRANSFORMATION
FOR THE NONRELATIVISTIC SCHROEDINGER EQUATION, 249
S. K. Bose

Physics Department University of Gorakhpur
Gorakhpur-273009, India and
A.Schulze-Halber
Department of Mathematics
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Zurich (ETH), ETH-Zentrum HG E 18.4
CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland

CLOSED CURVES IN THE MINKOWSKI 3-SPACE, 259
Y. Yayli and H.H. Hacisalihoglu

Ankara University
Faculty of Science
Dept of Mathematics
Ankara, Turkey

GENERAL RELATIVISTIC OPTICS AND RELATED
GRAVITATIONAL EFFECTS, 273
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics,
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309, USA

EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF SUPERLUMINAL SPEEDS, 279
E. Recami

Universita Statale di Bergamo
24044-Dalmine (BG), Italy;
I.N.F.N., Sezione di Milano, Milan, Italy ; and
C.C.S. and DMO/FEEC, State University at Campinas, S.P., Brazil and
R.M. Santilli
Institute for Basic Research
P. O. Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

- p -- K - MESON VACUUM TRANSITIONS (OSCILLATIONS) IN DIAGRAM APPROACH
IN THE MODEL OF DYNAMICAL ANALOGY OF THE CABIBBO-KOBAYASHI-MASKAWA
MATRICES, 295
Kh.M. Beshtoev

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Joliot Curie 6, 141980 Dubna, Moskow region, Russia and
Institute for Applied Mathematics and Automation
KBSRC of RAS, Nalchik, Russia

IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTATIONS OF CAYLEY-KLEIN UNITARY ALGEBRAS , 309
N.A. Gromov

Mathematical Department of Komi Research Center
of Russian Academy of Sciences
Kommunisticheskaja Str. 24, Syktyvkar
Komi Republic, Russia and
S.S. Moskaliuk
Bogoljubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Metrologichna Str. 14-b
252143, Kiev-143, Ukraine

GENERAL SPIN DENSITY MATRIX FORMALISM AND SPIN ORIENTATION
OF GAUGE BOSONS IN e+ e- ANNIHILATION, 341
I. Ots

Institute of Physics , University of Tartu
Riia 142, 51014 Tartu, Estonia and
H. Liivat
Institute of Theoretical Physics , University of Tartu
Tahe 4, 51010 Tartu, Estonia

ABOUT THE ELECTRODYNAMIC FORCE CONTROVERSY, 353
E. Tonni

Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica
Universita` Cattolica
Via Trieste 17
I-25121 Brescia, Italy

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 4, August 2000

AN ALGEBRAIC TREATMENT OF TOTALLY LINEAR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, 259
C. Viazminsky

International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011, USA and
Department of Physics
University of Aleppo, Syria

ISOSHEAF COHOMOLOGY ISOTHEORY, 373
M. R. Molaei

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman
P.O. Box 76135-133, Kerman, Iran

INDUCED REPRESENTATIONS OF CAYLEY-KLEIN ORTHOGONAL GROUPS, 385
N. A. Gromov

Mathematical Department of Komi Research Centre
of Russian Academy of Sciences,
Kommunisticheskaja str. 24, Syktyvkar
Komi Republic, Russia and
S. S. Moskaliuk
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Metrolohichna str. 14-b,
252143, Kyyv-143, Ukraine

COULOMB INTERACTION DOES NOT SPREAD INSTANTANEOUSLY, 401
R. I. Tzontchev
A. E. Chubykalo and
J. M. Rivera-Juarez

Escuela de Fisica
Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas
Apartado Postal C-580 Zacatecas 98068, Zac., Mexico

ON SOME PERMUTATION CHARACTERS
OF THE FINITE SYMPLECTIC GROUPS , 425
M.R. Darafsheh

Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Faculty of Science
University of Tehran, Iran; and
The Center for Theoretical Physics and Mathematics
A.E.O.I., P.O. Box 11365-8486, Tehran, Iran

ON THE CLOSED SPACE-LIKE DEVELOPABLE RULED SURFACE, 439
E. Ozyilmaz

Ege University Faculty of Science
Deptartment of Mathematics Izmir, Turkey and
Y. Yayli
Ankara University, Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics
Ankara, Turkey

ARROW WAVE PULSES IN DISPERSIVE MEDIA, 457
P. Hillion

Institut Henri Poincare
86 Bis Route de Croissy
78110 Le Vesinet, France

TYPES OF PARTICLE OSCILLATIONS AND THEIR REALIZATIONS IN K AND v OSCILLATIONS, 477
Kh. M. Beshtoev

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Joliot Curie 6,141980 Dubna,
Moscow region, Russia

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 5, October 2000

UNIFICATION OF FORCES ACCORDING TO
RELATIVITY FOR ROTATIONS, 487
Yin Rui

Beijing University of Aeronotics and Astronautics
P.O. Box 201, B.U.A.A., Beijing 100083, China

EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF
RELATIVITY FOR ROTATIONS , 551
Yin Rui

Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
P. O. Box 201, B.U.A.A. Beijing 100083, China

TIME DEPENDENT PHYSICAL MASSES
AROUND A WORMHOLE, 581
A.L. Choudhury

Department of Physical Science
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC 27909, U.S.A.

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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 6, December 2000

STRINGINSPIRED DILATON TORSION COUPLING
TO ELECTROMAGNETISM IN THE FIELD
OF A COSMIC STRING , 595
C. Wolf

Department of Physics
Massachusetts State College of Liberal Arts
North Adams, MA 01247, U.S.A.

SPECIAL RELATIVITY WITH LIGHT SIGNALS
BUT FROM GALILEAN POSTULATE, 607
B. Rothenstein

Str. Drubeta 32
1900 Timisoara, Romania
and
A. De Sabata
Politehnica University of Timisoara
Department of Measurements and Optoelectronics
Bd. V. Parvan No. 2
1900 Timisoara, Romania

ISOELECTRONIUM CORRELATIONS AS A NONLINEAR
TWO-DIMENSIONAL TWO-PARTICLE
TUNNEL EFFECT, 619
A.K.Aringazin

Department of Theoretical Physics
Karaganda State University
Karaganda, 470074 Kazakstan and
Institute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
and
M.B. Semenov
Penza State University
40 Krasnaya St., Penza 440017, Russia and
Intitute for Basic Research, P.O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, U.S.A.

STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY AND THE RANDOM INTEGRATION OF THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS AND THE KINEMATIC DYNAMO
PROBLEM ON SMOOTH COMPACT MANIFOLDS AND EUCLIDEAN SPACE, 637
D. L. Rapoport

Applied Mechanics, FIUBA University of Buenos Aires
P. Colon 850, Buenos Aires 1069, Argentina

ON CHARACTERIZATION OF GENERAL
HELICES IN LORENTZIAN SPACE, 677
N. Ekmekci and K. Ilarslan

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences
Ankara University 06100, Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey

ON NORMALIZABILITY OF ZERO ENERGY SOLUTIONS OF THE SCHRO¤DINGER EQUATION, 683
A. Schulze-Halberg

Department of Mathematics
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zu¤rich (ETH)
ETH-Zentrum HG E 18.4
CH-809 Zu¤rich, Switzerland

THE EFFECTS OF THE PROTON¹S
MAGNETIC FIELD UPON QUANTIZATION , 689
U. Di Caprio

Stability Analysis
Viale A. Doria 48/A
20124 Milano, Italy

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VOLUME 22, NUMBER 1, February 1999

A NEW FRIEDMANN TYPE MODEL WITH
MATTER CREATION, 1

V. B. Johri
Department of Mathematics & Astronomy
Lucknow University
Lucknow - 226007, India

QUANTUM INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS OF THE GROUPS
SU (2) AND SU (1,1), 13
M. Sezgin and Y.A. Verdiyev

Department of Mathematics
Trakya University
22030 Edirne, Turkey

COUNTER EXAMPLES TO THE GENERAL VALIDITY
OF HEISENBERG¹S UNCERTAINTY RELATIONS, 29
J.R. Croca

Departamento de Fisica
Faculdade de Ciencias - Universidade de Lisboa
Campo Grande, Ed C1, 1700 Lisboa, Portugal

THE INTERACTION OF ELECTRON AND NEUTRON
MAGNETIC MOMENTS AS ONE OF THE CAUSES
OF UCN HEATING IN METALLIC UCN TRAPS, 41
I.M.Matora

Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
J.I.N.R.
141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

INTERMITTENCY INDEX IN HIGH ENERGY COLLISIONS
AND THE ROLE OF SOME MULTIPLE PRODUCTION MODELS, 51
S. Bhattacharyya, S. De Chakraborty
and D. RoyPAMU

Theoretical Physics Group
Indian Statistical Institute
Calcutta - 700 035, India

RELATIVISTIC DEVIATION EQUATION AND THE
VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE, 63
U¤. Kask and R. Tammelo

Institute of Theoretical Physics
University of Tartu, Tahe 4
EE2400 Tartu, Estonia

ELECTROMAGNETIC MASSES OF THE MESONS AND
THE GENERALIZATION OF DASHEN¹S THEOREM, 73
Dao-Neng Gao
Center for Fundamental Physics
University of Science and
Technology of China
Hefei, Anhui 230026, People¹s Republic of China
and
Mu-Lin Yan
Chinese Center for Advanced Science and
Technology (World Lab), P.O. Box 8730
Beijing, 100080
People¹s Republic of China and
Center for Fundamental Physics
University of Science and
Technology of China
Hefei, Anhui 230026, People¹s Republic of China

DERIVATION OF THE RECURSION OPERATOR FOR
THE NLS EQUATION, 93
M.N. O¤zer

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Osmangazi
26480, Eskisehir, Turkiye

QUARK-ANTIQUARK ANNIHILATION
AND FLAVOR-MIXING EFFECTS, 105
W.S. Carvalho, A.C.B. Antunes

Instituto de Fi~sica
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
C.P. 68528, Ilha do Fund~a`~o
21945-970 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
and
A.S. de Castro
UNESP - Campus de Guaratingueta
DFQ ,C.P. 205
12500-000-Guaratingueta, SP, Brazil
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VOLUME 22, NUMBER 2, APRIL 1999

STRINGS AND INFLATION IN MODERN COSMOLOGY, 117
J. Dunning-Davies
Department of Mathematics,
University of Hull
Hull, England, and
Institute for Basic Research
Palm Harbor , Florida U.S.A

ASTRONOMICAL EFFECTS OF THE GRAVITO-RADIATIVE
FORCES DUE TO THE GALACTIC NUCLEUS, 12
M. Mizushima

Department of Physics
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309 U.S.A.

VARIOUS DECOMPOSITIONS OF THE GROUP SL(2,R) AND
QUANTUM INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS, 135
M. Sezgin, A.Y. Verdiyev and Y.A. Verdiyev

Trakya University
Department of Mathematics
22030 Edirne, Turkey

THE RELATIONS AMONG INSTANTANEOUS
VELOCITIES OF TRIHEDRONS DEPENDING ON
A SPACE-LIKE RULED SURFACE, 145
H. H. Ugurlu

University of Celal Bayar
Faculty of Science
Department of Mathematics, Muradiye Campus
Manisa, 45030, Turkey

ELECTROMAGNETIC MASS DIFFERENCES OF MESONS IN A
SEMI-RELATIVISTIC CHROMODYNAMIC
POTENTIAL MODEL, 157
S. Chakrabarty and D. C. Gandhi

Department of Physics
Visva Bharati University
Santiniketan, 731235 India

COSMIC RAYS , A POSSIBLE GENERATOR OF THE
ELECTROSTATIC FIELD IN THE EARTH ATMOSPHERE, 171
I.M. Matora, I.A. Semenova, N.G. Shakun
and P.T. Shyshlyannikov

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
141980, Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

KLEIN-GORDON WAVE EQUATION
IN THE DE SITTER UNIVERSE, 179
E. Capelas de Oliveira

Dipartimento di Matematica
Universita~ di Perugia
06123 Perugia (PG) Italy
and
E.A. Notte Cuello
Depto. Matema~tica Aplicada - IMECC
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
13081-970 Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brasil

GRAVITATIONAL FIELD AND EQUATIONS OF
MOTION OF NONLINEAR COSMIC STRING, 197
L.M. Chechin and T.B. Omarov

Astrophysics Institute
Academy of Sciences of Kazakstan
Almaty, 480068 Kazakstan

INTERMEDIATE STATISTICS ?, 211
J. Dunning-Davies,

Department of Mathematics,
University of Hull,
Hull, England and
Institute of Basic Research,
Palm Harbor, FloridaU.S.A.

POSITIVE LYAPUNOV EXPONENTS FOR A CLASS OF
ONE-PARAMETER FAMILIES OF MAPS, 219
B. Honary and M.R. Molaei

Department of Mathematics
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
P.O. Box 1159-91775
Mashhad, Iran

TOPOLOGY MEASUREMENT WITHIN
THE HISTORIES APPROACH, 225
R. Breslav

The Center of of Mathematics
Nevsky pr., 39
191011 St. Petersburg, Russia
G.N. Parfionov and R.R. Zapatrin
Department of Mathematics
SPb, Griboyedova 30/32
191023, St. Petersburg, Russia
and I.B.R., Palm Harbor, Florida, U.S.A.

SOME PHYSICAL APPLICATIONS
OF THE CANONICAL METHOD, 241
E. M. Rabei , K. I. Nawafleh

Physics Department,
Mu¹tah University,
Karak, Jordan
and
H. B. Ghassib
Department of Physics
Jordan University

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VOLUME 21, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 1998

Proceedings of the International Conference on
MODERN MODIFIED THEORIES OF GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY
held at Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel,

June 29-30, 1997
E. I. GUENDELMAN, Editor

PART I

A PICTURE OF BEN GURION UNIVERSITY, page 1

PREFACE,

    E. I. Guendelman
    Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University,
    Beer Sheva 84105, Israel.
NONGRAVITATIONAL VACUUM ENERGY AND THE
VOLUME ELEMENT OF SPACETIME,

    F. Gronwald, U. Muench and F. W. Hehl
    Institute for Theoretical Physics,
    University of Cologne,
    D-50923 Koeln, Germany
GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY WITHOUT THE
COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT PROBLEM,

    E. I. Guendelman and A. B. Kaganivich
    Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University,
    Beer Sheva 84105, Israel.
TORSIONAL WEYL­DIRAC ELECTRODYNAMICS,
    M. Israelit
    Physics Department,
    University of Haifa-Oranim,
    Tivon 36006, Israel
THE GRAVITATIONAL WAVE AND THE DIPOLE
MOMENT IN EINSTEIN­CARTAN THEORY,

    Sung-Won Kim
    Department of Science Education,
    Ewha Women University,
    Seoul 120-750, Korea.

HADRONIC JOURNAL
VOLUME 21, 1998

ISSUE NO. 2, APRIL 1998

Proceedings of the International Conference on
MODERN MODIFIED THEORIES OF GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY
held at Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel,

June 29-30, 1997
E. I. GUENDELMAN, Editor

PART II

ISOMINKOWSKIAN FORMULATION OF GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY,

    R. M. Santilli
    Institute for Basic Research
    P. O. Box 1577
    Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U. S. A.
AVERAGING PROBLEM IN GENERAL RELATIVITY,
MACROSCOPIC GRAVITY AND USING EINSTEIN¹S
EQUATIONS IN COSMOLOGY,

    R. M. Zalaletdinov
    Physics Department,
    Queen Mary College,
    Mile End Road, London E1 4NSU.K.
BARYONIC DENSITY AND SCALAR­TENSOR GRAVITY THEORIES,
    J. M. Alimi and A. Serna
    Laboratoire d'Astrophysique
    Extragalactique et de Cosmologie,
    CNRS URA 173 Observatoire Paris-Meudon,
    92195 Meudon Cedex, FRANCE.
GRACEFUL EXIT IN STRING COSMOLOGY,
    R. Brustein and R. Madden
    Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University,
    Beer Sheva 84105, Israel.
REGGE­TEITELBOIM­TYPE COSMOLOGY,
    A. Davidson
    Department ofPhysics
    Ben­Gurion University
    Beer­Sheva 84105, Israel
INFLATION IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE,
    M. Carmeli
    Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University,
    Beer Sheva 84105, Israel.
THE HIGHER­ORDER GRAVITATIONAL THEORY
AND THE DARK MATTER PROBLEM,

    Chongming Xu and Xuejun Wu
    Department of Physics,
    Normal University,
    Nanjing 210097, P.R.China.
DISCRETIZATION ON THE COSMIC SCALE
INSPIRED FROM THE OLD QUANTUM MECHANICS,

    A. G. Agnese and R. Festa
    Universita di Genova, Dipartamento di Fisica,
    and INFN, Sezione di Genova, Via Dodecaneso 33,
    16146 Genova, Italy.


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VOLUME 21, NUMBER 3, JUNE 1997

Proceedings of the International Conference on
MODERN MODIFIED THEORIES OF GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY
held at Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel,

June 29-30, 1997
E. I. GUENDELMAN, Editor

PART III

GEOMETRIC AND GRAVITY-INSPIRED METHODS IN QCD

    Y. Ne'eman
    Raymond and Beverly Sackler
    Faculty of Exact Sciences,
    Tel-Aviv University,
    Tel-Aviv 69978, Israel
STABLE COMPACTIFICATION AND GRAVITATIONAL
EXCITONS FROM EXTRA DIMENSIONS,

    U. Guenter and A. Zhuk
    Department of Physics,
    University of Odessa,
    2 Petra Velikogo St., Odessa 270100, Ukraine
MULTIDIMENSIONAL QUANTUM COSMOLOGY
WITH INTERSECTING p­BRANES,

    V. D. Ivashchuk and V. N. Melnikov
    Center for Surface and Vacuum Research,
    8 Kravchenko str.
    Moscow 117331, Russia.
HAND­WAVING REFINED ALGEBRAIC QUANTIZATION,
    F. Embacher
    Institut fur Theoretische
    Physik, Universitat Wien
    Boltzmanngasse 5
    A-1090 Wien, Austria
MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALAR­TENSOR
THEORIES AND MINISUPERSPACE APPROACH ,

    M. Rainer
    Universitat Potsdam,
    Institut fur Mathematik, Cosmology group,
    PF 601553, D-14415 Potsdam, Germany.
ON THE CAUSAL STRUCTURE OF SPINNING
EINSTEIN­YANG­MILLS­HIGGS STRINGS,

    R. Slagter
    Institute for Theoretical Physics,
    University of Amsterdam,
    1018XE Amsterdam, Netherlands
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

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VOLUME 21, NUMBER 4, AUGUST 1998

A NEW INTEGRABLE REDUCTION OF THE MATRIX
NLS EQUATION, 387

    A.P. Fordy and M.N. Ozer
    Department of Applied Mathematical Studies and
    Centre for Nonlinear Studies
    University of Leeds, Leeds LS 29JT, UK
SOME GENERALIZATIONS OF (ANTI)COMMUTATION
RELATIONS IN THE QUANTUM THEORY, 405

    M. Borneas and M. Cristea
    Physics Department
    ³Politehnica² University Timisoara,
    Facultatea de Electrotehnica, Catedra de Fizica
    P-ta Horatiu Nr. 1, 1900 - Timisoara, Romania
LEARNING THE CONSEQUENCES OF NONSTANDARD
CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION FROM EINSTEIN¹S
SPECIAL RELATIVITY, 415

    Bernhard Rothenstein
    Str. Drubeta 32
    1900 Timisoara
    Romania
POSSIBILITY OF THE FOURTH GENERATION
IN QUARK SECTOR THROUGH THE STUDY OF bsy AND THE
DIPOLE MOMENTS OF THE TOP QUARK, 431

    S.K. Biswas and V.P. Gautam
    Theoretical Physics Department
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India
ON THE RIGOROUS FORCE LAW BETWEEN
CURRENT ELEMENTS AND SOME OF ITS
CONSEQUENCES, 458

    G. Cavalleri and E.Tonni
    Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica,
    Universita~ Cattolica, Brescia, Italy
    and
    G.Spavieri
    Centro de Astrofi~sica Teo~rica, Facultad de Ciencias,
    Universidad de Los Andes, Me~rida, Venezuela
ONE LOOP CONTRIBUTION TO SYMMETRY BREAKING
AROUND A WORMHOLE, 479

    A.L. Choudhury
    Department of Physical Science
    Elizabeth City State University
    Elizabeth City, NC 27909, U.S.A.
TIME REVERSAL VIOLATION AS AN ASIMMETRIC
RANDOM WALK ON A SUB-MICROSCOPIC LATTICE, 454

    C. Wolf
    Department of Physics
    North Adams State College
    North Adams, MA 01247, U.S.A.
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VOLUME 21, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 1998

GLUONIUM AS A BOUND STATE OF MASSIVE
PARTICLES OF THE (1, 0)(0, 1) REPRESENTATION
OF THE LORENTZ GROUP, 507

    V. V. Dvoeglazov
    Departamento de Fi~sica Teo~rica, Instituto de Fi~sica
    UNAM, Apartado Postal 20 -364, 01000 Mexico, D.F. Mexico
    and
    S. V. Khudyakov
    L aboratory of Theoretical Physics,
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Reseach
    Head Post Office , P.O. Box 79, Moscow 101000 Russia
A NEW SOLUTION OF EINSTEIN¹S FIELD EQUATIONS
WITH APPARENTLY REPULSIVE GRAVITATION, 527

    A. Renreng
    School of Physics
    University Sains Malaysia
    11800 Penang, Malaysia
ON SIMPLE MODULES OVER q- ANALOG FOR
THE VIRASORO ALGEBRA, 541

    V. Mazorchuck
    Mechanics and Mathematics Department
    Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University
    64,Volodymyrska St.
    252033 Kyiv
    Ukraine
COSMOLOGICAL ISOTROPIC COORDINATES
WITH EQUAL LOCAL METER STICKS, 551

    G. Cavalleri
    Universita~ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
    Via Trieste 17
    I-25121 Brescia, Italy
    and
    S. Covino
    Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera
    Via E. Bianchi 46
    I-23807 Merate (LC), Italy
EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF NEUTRON EMISSION
FROM TiDx SAMPLES, 567

    D. Chicea
    Physics Department
    University Lucian Blaga
    Str. Dr. Ion Ratiu n .9
    Sibiu, 2400 Romania
    and
    D. Lupu and I. Cheregi
    Institute of Isotopic and Molecular Technology
    Cluj-Napoca, Str. Donath 65-103
    P.O. Box 700, Cluj 5, 3400 Romania
ON THE ULTRAVIOLET DIVERGENCE IN QED, 583
    J. Sun
    Department of Technical Physics
    Peking University
    Beijing, P.R. China
APPLICATION OF NONEXTENSIVE STATISTICS
TO TWO LEVEL SYSTEMS, 613

    C. Wolf
    Department of Physics
    North Adams State College
    North Adams, MA 01247, USA
NONLOCALITY IN THE ELECTRIC AND SCALAR
AHARONOV-BOHM AND AHARONOV-CASHER
EFFECTS, 621

    G. Spavieri
    Centro de Astrofi~~sica Teo~rica
    Faculdad de Ciencias
    Universidad de Los Andes
    Merida, 5101 Venezuela
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VOLUME 21, NUMBER 6, 1998
Special Issue dedicated to
Hadronic Chemistry

AB INITIO HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, I:
BASIC METHODS, 633

    Ruggero Maria Santilli
    Institute for Basic Research
    P.O.Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A., and
    Donald D. Shillady
    Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Chemistry
    3025 Oliver-Kapp Hall, Richmond, VA 23284-2006, U.S.A.
AB INITIO HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, II:
ISOCHEMICAL MODEL OF THE HYDROGEN MOLECULE, 715

    Ruggero Maria Santilli
    Institute for Basic Research
    P.O.Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A., and
    Donald D. Shillady
    Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Chemistry
    3025 Oliver-Kapp Hall, Richmond, VA 23284-2006, U.S.A.
AB INITIO HADRONIC CHEMISTRY, III:
ISOCHEMICAL MODEL OF THE WATER MOLECULE, 759

    Ruggero Maria Santilli
    Institute for Basic Research
    P.O.Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A., and
    Donald D. Shillady
    Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Chemistry
    3025 Oliver-Kapp Hall, Richmond, VA 23284-2006, U.S.A.
THEORETICAL PREDICTION AND EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATIONS
OF THE NEW CHEMICAL SPECIES OF
Magnecules, 789

    Ruggero Maria Santilli
    Institute for Basic Research
    P.O.Box 1577, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U.S.A.
MAGNETIC MOMENT OF THE POLARIZED ISOELECTRONIUM ORBIT
IN THE HYDROGEN MOLECULE, 895

    M. G. Kucherenko
    Orenburg State University
    13 Pobedy Ave.,Orenburg 460352 Russia, and
    A. K. Aringazin
    Karaganda State University
    Karaganda 470074 Kazakstan

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HADRONIC JOURNAL


VOLUME 20, 1997

THE GROUP SUBALGEBRAS IN STRANGE
LIE SUPERALGEBRAS Q(n), 1

    Beata Medak,
    Institute of Mathematics and Physics
    Siedlce University, Orlicz-Dreszer Str. 19/21
    Siedlce 08 110, Poland
    bmedak@wsrp.siedlce.pl
QUANTUM OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THE RADIATION FIELD
OF THE QUANTUM GROUPS SUq(2) AND SUq(1,1), 57
    S. K. Bose
    Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012, India
THE MAGNETIC HELICITY, 65
    D. G. Koukoulis
    Department of Electrical Engineering
    Democritos University of Thrace
    Nuclear Technology Laboratory
    Anninou 5, Volos 38 333, Greece
SYMMETRY BREAKING USING FLUIDS II:
VELOCITY POTENTIAL METHOD, 73
    M. D. Roberts
    17 Wetherby Garden, Flat 5
    London SWS OJP, England
    m.d.roberts@uk.ac.ic
LORENTZ TRANSFORMATIONS AND EXISTENCE OF A
PRIVILEGED INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAME, 85
    G. Caruso
    Via Fanelli, 206/T
    I-70125 Bari, Italy
ANOMALOUS CENTER OF MASS SHIFT:
GRAVITATIONAL DIPOLE MOMENT, 95
    Eue Jin Jeong
    Department of Physics, University of Texas
    Austin, TX 78712, U.S.A.
QUANTUM MECHANICAL STATE OF THE COMPOSITE
SYSTEM: TOWARD THE RESOLUTION OF
THE EPR PARADOX, 117
    A. Motoyoshi, T. Ogura, K. Yamaguchi and T. Yoneda
    Department of Physics, Kumamoto University
    Kumamoto 860, Japan
    motoyosi@aster.sci.kumamoto-u.ac.jp
HIGH ENERGY MUON SPECTRA AT ZENITH ANGLES
0o AND 89o DERIVED FROM THE SINGLE INDEXED
PRIMARY NUCLEON SPECTRUM, 131
    D. P. Battacharyya, M. Mitra and P. Pal
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India
    tpdpb@iacs.ernet.in
RELATIVISTIC THEORY OF CHARGE CIRCULATION IN ELECTRON, 147
    I. M. Matora
    Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
    J.I.N.R., 141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
PCAC AND Zo BOSON DECAY INTO THREE GAMMAS, 153
    S. SenGupta
    Department of Physics
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Jadavput, Calcutta 700032, India
GRAVITO­RADIATIVE FORCE DUE TO GALACTIC NUCLEUS
( VERTICITY EXPERIMENT), 163
    M. Mizushima and R. W. Zimmerer
    Department of Physics, University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309, U.S.A.
    mizushim@spot.colorado.edu
A NEW COSMOLOGICAL THEORY BASED ON A NEW
CONCEPTION OF THE ETHER, 173
    G. Cavalleri and E. Tonni
    Dipartimento di Matematica
    Universita¹ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
    v. Trieste 17, I­25121 Brescia, Italy
    cavaller@bs.unicatt.it
COVARIANT DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULI
FOR LATTICE (1,q)­DEFORMED FIELDS, 191
    A. I. Bugrij, V. N. Shadura
    Bogoliubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
    252142 Kiev, Ukraine
    V. Rubtsov
    ITEP, B. Cheremushkinskaya 25
    117259 Moscow, Russia
CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION IN INERTIAL FRAMES AND
GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS, 213
    F. Goy1
    Dipartimento di Fisica
    Universita¹ di Bari
    Via G. Amendola , 173
    I­70126 Bari, Italy
    goy@axpbal.ba.infn.it
SMOOTH LOOPS AND THOMAS PRECESSION, 219
    Alexander Nesterov
    Departamento de Fisica
    Universidad de Guadalajara
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
    nesterov@udgserv.cencar.udg.mx
    Lev V. Sabinin
    Mathematics Institute
    UNAM Morelia Branch
    Morelia, Mexico
    lev@jupiter.ccu.umich.mx

HAMILTON­JACOBI TREATMENT OF QED AND YANG­MILLS
THEORY AS CONSTRAINED SYSTEMS, 239
    Eqab M. Rabei
    Physics Department
    Mu¹tah University
    Karak, Jordan
    Salam Tawfiq
    Dipartimento di Fisica Teorica
    Universita¹ degli Studi
    I­34100 Trieste, Italy
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY OF REFRACTION AND REFLECTION
OF LIGHT, II, 251
    E. B. Manoukian
    School of Physics
    Suranareee University of Technology
    Nakhon Rachasima 30000, Thailand
SOME PROPERTIES OF ELEMENTARY SEMILOCAL QUANTIZED
RING-PARTICLES, 267
    I. M. Matora
    Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
    J.I.N.R.
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
STUDY OF RADIATIVE B(Bs) DECAYS WITHIN THE STANDARD
MODEL, 283
    H. Routh and V. P. Gautham
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Jadavpur, Calcutta, India
THERMAL SPECTRUM OF THE HADRONIC MATTER, 288
    Miroslaw Kozslowski
    Institute of Experimental Physics
    Warslaw University
    Hoza, 69
    00-691 Warsaw, Poland,
    Janina Marciak-Kozlowska
    Institute of Electron Technology
    Al. Lotnikow 32/46
    02-668 Warsaw Poland
    mkoz@plearn.edu.pl
STUDIES ON SANTILLI¹S INDUCED BETA
DECAY AND ELECTRON CAPTURE FOR ISOTOPES
WITH 35 < A < 210, 301

    Robert B. Driscoll
    Institute for Basic Research
    Castle Prince Pignatelli, Molise, Italy
ON THE VALUE OF THE FINE STRUCTURE CONSTANT, 313
    L. Bosi
    Dipartimento di Fisica
    Politecnico di Milano, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32
    ŒI­20133 Milano, Italy
TIME TRAVEL : FACT OR FICTION ?, 317
    J. Dunning Davies
    Department of Applied Mathematics
    University of Hull,Hull, HU5 2DW, Englan
    G. H. A. Cole
    Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture
    University of Hull, Hull, HU5 2DW, England
FOUCAULT PENDULUM AND GRAVITO­RADIATIVE FORCE, 329
    Masataka Mizushima
    Department of Physics
    University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309
LANDAU­GINZBURG FORMULATION OF THE
COHOMOLOGICAL MODEL DESCRIBING HAMILTONIAN
MECHANICS, 337

    V. V. Arkhipov and A. S. Kudusov
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Karaganda State University
    Karaganda 470074, Kazakhstan
AN APPLICATION OF THE HARMONIC
MAP THEORY IN SYMPLECTIC GEOMETRY, 355

    Gradimir Miljojkovic
    Bar Giora, 47
    Haifa, Israel
CONTRACTIONS AND DEFORMATIONS OF
SPACE­TIME ALGEBRAS, I:
General Theory
and Kinematical Algebras, 361

    Jaak Loýhmus
    Institute of Physics, Riia Street ,142
    EE-2400 Tartu, Estonia, and
    Risto Tammelo
    Institute of Theoretical Physics
    University of Tartu, Tahe Street, 4
    E-202400 Tartu, Estonia
MUON ENERGY SPECTRUM ESTIMATED FROM CRAB
NEBULA EMITTED PHOTON INDUCED AIR SHOWERS, 417

    D. P. Battacharyya
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Indian Association for the Advancement of Sciences
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India
A STUDY OF CHARM MESONS CONSIDERING MOMENTUM
DISTRIBUTION OF THE CONSTITUENT QUARKS, 423

    S. Sen Gupta
    Department of Physics, Bethune College
    Calcutta 700 006, India,
    V. P. Gautam
    Theoretical Physics Department
    Indian Association for the Advancement of Science
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India
SELF/ANTISELF CHARGE CONJUGATE STATES FOR
j = 1/2 AND j = 1, 435

    Valeri V. Dvoeglazov
    Escuela de Fisica, Universidad Auto~noma de Zacatecas
    A. P. C-580, Zacatecas 98068, Zac., Me~xico
BEYOND A NEUTRON STAR ?, 449
    G. H. A. Cole
    Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture
    University of Hull
    Hull, HU5 2DW, England
    and
    J. Dunning Davies
    Department of Applied Mathematics
    University of Hull
    Hull, HU5 2DW, England
SINGULARITIES AND ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOUR
OF THE FLAT TOLMAN­BONDI MODEL, 461

    Alexander Gromov
    St. Petersburg Technical University
    Faculty of Technical Cybernetics, Dept of Computer Sciences
    29, Polytechnicheskaya Street
    St.­Petersburg, 195251, Russia
THE QUARK MASS DEPENDENCE IN THE DIQUARK
MODEL FOR BARYONS, 447

    W. S. Carvalho and A. C. B. Antunes
    Instituto de Fi~sica
    Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
    C. P. 68528, Ilha do Fundaýo
PRECESSION OF THE PERIHELION OF A PLANETARY
ORBIT AND GRAVITATIONAL DEFLECTION OF LIGHT
PATH BY THE LINEARIZED EINSTEIN THEORY, 491

    M. Mizushima
    Department of Physics
    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309, U.S.A.
DE SITTER GROUP AND RELATIVISTIC WAVE EQUATIONS, 503
    R.­K. Loide
    Tallinn Technical University
    Ehitajate tee 5, EE0026 Tallinn, Estonia
    I. Ots
    Institute of Physics
    Riia 142, EE2400 Tartu, Estonia,
    R. Saar
    Estonian Agricultural University
    Kreutzwaldi 56, EE2400 Tartu, Estonia
RELATIVISTIC THEORY OF CHARGE CIRCULATION
IN ELECTRON, 523

    I. M. Matora
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
MASS TRAJECTORIES OF DIHADRONIC AND DILEPTONIC
RESONANCES, 529

    F. A. Gareev, M. Yu. Barabanov and G. S. Kazacha
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
ESTIMATION OF TOTAL CHARGE CHANGING CROSS­SECTIONS
IN Kr, Au AND U ION INTERACTIONS WITH CR39
AND A1 TARGETS, 549

    D. P. Battacharryya, S. Saha, B. Basu and P. Pal
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science,
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700 032, India
DYNAMICAL POINCARE´  ALGEBRA AND HIGHER­SPIN
INTERACTION THEORY, 559

    R. Saar1, I. Ots2, R.­K. Loi3d3 and R. Vil1
    1Institute of Theoretical Physics, Tartu University,
    Tahe 4, EE2400 Tartu, Estonia
    2Institute of Physics, Riia 142, EE2400 Tartu, Estonia
    3Department of Physics, Tallinn Technical University,
    Ehitajate tee 5, EE2400 Tallinn, Estonia
ON NEUTRINO ASTRONOMY AND NEUTRINO PHYSICS
IN CASE OF THREE NEUTRINO MAXIMAL MIXING, 575

    Helle Kaasik
    Institute of Theoretical Physics
    Tartu University, 4, Tahe Street
    EE­2400 Tartu, Estonia, and
    Laur Palgi
    Institute of Physics
    142 Riia Street
    EE­2400 Tartu, Estonia
NONLOCAL TWO­BAND MODEL OF COOPER PAIRING
IN HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AS
PREDICTED BY HADRONIC MECHANICS, 585

    C. M. I. Okoye, A. O. E. Animalu and G. C. Asomba
    Department of Physics and Astronomy
    University of Nigeria
    Nsukka, Nigeria
SANTILLI­FAIRLIE ALGEBRA Uq(so3): TENSOR PRODUCTS,
OSCILLATOR REALIZATIONS AND ROOT OF UNITY, 603

    M. Havlicek, E. Pelantova
    Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
    Czech Technical University
    CZ­120 00 Prague 2, Czech Republic, and
    A. U. Klimyk
    Institute for Theoretical Physics
    Kiev 252143, Ukraine
J / PSI DECAYS AS A TEST OF THE OKUBO­ZWEIG­IIZUKA
RULE VIOLATION IN NUCLEON ANTINUCLEON ANNIHILATION, 615

    D. Buzatu
    University ³Politechnica², Bucharest, Romania, and
    F. M. Lev
    Laboratory of Nuclear Problems
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    Dubna 141980, Moscow Region, Russia
DOES THE EXPRESSION FOR THE LORENTZ FORCE
NEED TO BE MODIFIED ?, 621

    R. Angulo, O. Rodriguez and G. Spavieri
    Centro de Astrofisica Teo~rica, Facultad de Ciencias
    Universidade de Los Andes
    Me~rida, 5101 Venezuela
THE QUARK­QUARK INTERACTION OF DIQUARKS
IN BARYONS, 631

    L. J. Antunes
    Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear ­ CNEN
    C. P. 68550, Ilha do Fundaýo
    Rio de Janeiro, R. J. Brasil, and
    A. C. Antunes
    Instituto de Fisica
    Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
    C. P. 68528, Ilha do Fundaýo
    21945­970 Rio de Janeiro, R. J. Brasil
IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTATIONS OF CAYLEY­KLEIN
ORTHOGONAL ALGEBRAS, 637

    N. A. Gromov
    Mathematical Department of Komi Research Center
    Russian Academy of Sciences
    Kommunisticheskaja Str., 24
    Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Russia, and
    S. S. Moskaliuk
    Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
    Natioonal Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
    Metrolohichna Str. 14-B
    252143 Kyiv-143, Ukraine
EQUATION OF STATE FOR PHOTONS ADMITTING
ANOMALOUS STATISTICS, 657

    C. Wolf
    Department of Physics, North Adams State College
    North Adams, MA 01247, U.S.A.

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HADRONIC JOURNAL
VOLUME 19, 1996


PHYSICAL PROBLEMATICS OF EINSTEIN’S RELATIVITY THEORIES, 1

    H. E. Wilhelm
    Istituto per la Ricerca di Base, Castello Principe Pignatelli,
    I-86075 Monteroduni (IS), Molise, Italy

LIMITS OF APPLICABILITY OF THE SPECIAL AND GENERAL RELATIVITIES, 41
    R. M. Santilli
    Istituto per la Ricerca di Base, Castello Principe Pignatelli,
    I-86075 Monteroduni (IS), Molise, Italy

STUDY OF RADIATIVE DECAY OF VECTOR MESONS TO PSEUDOSCALAR MESONS, 67
    H. Routh and V. P. Gautham
    Department of Theoretical Physics, Indian Association for the
    Cultivation of Science, Calcutta 700 032, India

POSSIBILITIES FOR MEASURING THE PASSIVE GRAVITATIONAL MASS OF ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS IN FREE HORIZONTAL FLIGHT, 77
    A. P. Mills, Jr.
    Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies
    600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, NJ 07974, U.S.A.

EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF SANTILLI’S CLEAN, SUBNUCLEAR, HADRONIC ENERGY, 87
    N. F. Tsagas, A. Mystakidis, G. Bakos,
    L. Seftelis, D. Koukoulis and S. Trassanidis
    Laboratory of Nuclear Technology,
    Department of Electrical Engineering,
    Democritus University of Thrace
    GR-67100 Xanthi, Greece

HIGGS –THOMSON–FIBONACCI GENERATION OF LEPTON AND QUARK MASSES, 95
    G. Rosen
    Department of Physics, Drexel University
    Philadelphia, PA 19104 U.S.A.

PARTIAL CROSS SECTION OF PROJECTILE FRAGMENTATION IN 197Au+ 27Al INTERACTIONS AT 1.015 GeV/n, 101
    D. P. Battacharyya, S. Saha, B. Basu, P. Pal,
    R. Majumdar, M. Mitra
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Jadavpur, Calcutta 700032, India

    S. Biswas
    Cosmic Ray and Space Physics Division
    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
    Colaba, Bombay 400 005, India


ON THE ARTICLE BY HENRI POINCARE´ “ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE ELECTRON”, 109
    A. A. Logunov
    Institute for High Energy Physics, Theoretical Division
    142284 Protvino, Moscow Region, Russia

ON THE HISTORY OF THE SPECIAL RELATIVITY CONCEPT, 185
    Alexei A. Tyapkin
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

AN ADVANTAGE OF ASYMMETRIC e+ÿ e-ÿ COLLIDERS WITH POLARIZED BEAMS IN VERIFICATION OF THE MINKOWSKIAN GEOMETRY IN THE INTERIOR OF HADRONS, 205
    Yuri Arestov
    Institute for High Energy Physics
    142284 Protvino, Moscow Region, Russia

DOES THE ETHER EXISTS ?, 215
    P. Cornille
    12 Rue Maurice Ravel
    94440 Santeny, France

THE (alpha, HI)–REACTION ON THE 1p– AND (2s–1d)–SHELL TARGET NUCLEI, 239
    S. V. Berdnichenko et al.
    Institute for Nuclear Research
    National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

LIE–SANTILLI ISOAPPROACH TO THE UNIFICATION OF GRAVITY AND ELECTROMAGNETISM, 255
    A. O. E. Animalu
    Department of Physics and Astronomy
    University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

MONTE CARLO ELECTRODYNAMIC CALCULATIONS USING THE FILAMENTARY APPROXIMATION, 273
    T. E. Phipps, Jr.
    Istituto per la Ricerca di Base
    I-86075 Monteroduni (IS), Italy

EFFECTIVE MASS OF THE GLUON, 303
    S. C. Karr
    Department of Physics, Presidency College
    Calcutta700073, India

    V. P. Gautam
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Indian Association for the
    Cultivation of Sciences, Calcutta 700032, India


THE DIRAC EQUATION WITH AN AVERAGE EXPONENTIAL POTENTIAL, 313
    S. Chalupka
    Department of Theoretical Physics and Geophysics
    P. J. Safarik University
    Moyzesova 16, 041 54 Kosice, Slovak Republic

    V. I. Lengyel
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Uzhgorod State University
    Uzhgorod, Ukraine

    M. Salak
    Department of Physics
    P. J. Safarik University
    17 Novembra, 080 09 Presov, Slovak Republic


DECAY OF Z BOSON TO PSEUDOSCOLAR MESON WITH GAMMA AND THE OZI RULE VIOLATION, 321
    M. Nandi and V. P. Gautam
    Department of Theoretical Physics
    Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
    Calcutta 700032, India

HAMILTONIAN APPROACH TO THE LATTICE MASSIVE SCHWINGER MODEL, 327
    A. V. Sidorov and L. G. Zastavenko
    Bogolubov Theoretical Laboratory
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

HOW TO SEARCH FOR A HYPOTHETICAL, LIGHT,“SINGLET SCALAR BOSON”,
    A. Kozlov
    Bogolubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics
    J.I.N.R., 141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

    Yu. I. Ivanshin
    Particle Physics Laboratory
    J.I.N.R., 141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia


NON–LINEAR FIELD THEORY FOR LEPTON AND QUARK MASSES, 367
    Andre´ Gsponer and Jean–Pierre Hurni
    Independent Scientific Research Institute
    P. O. Box 30, 1211 Geneva 12, Switzerland

ON THE ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC MOMENT OF NUCLEONS, 375
    A. S. Rabinowitch
    Bryanskaya Ulitza 12-63
    Moscow 121059, Russia

SYMPLECTIC GROUPS IN CAYLEY–KLEIN SPACES, 385
    N. A. Gromov
    Mathematical Department of Komi Research Center
    Russia Academy of Sciences, Kommunisticheskaja str 24,
    Syktivkar, Komi Republic, Russia

    S. S. Moskaliuk
    Bogolubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
    National Academy of Ukraine
    Metrologichna str. 14-b, 242143 Kiev 143, Ukraine


APPROXIMATE BACKLUNG TRANSFORMATION, SYMMETRY AND SOLUTIONS OF NONINTEGRABLE SYSTEMS, 399
    C. Gosh and A. Roy Chowdhury
    High Energy Physics Division
    Department of Physics
    Jadavpur University, Calcutta 700 032, India

CLASSIFICATION OF TRANSITIONS BETWEEN GROUPS IN CAYLEY–KLEIN SPACES AND KINEMATIC GROUPS, 407
    N. A. Gromov
    Mathematical Department of Komi Research Center
    Russia Academy of Sciences, Kommunisticheskaja str 24,
    Syktivkar, Komi Republic, Russia

    S. S. Moskaliuk
    Bogolubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
    National Academy of Ukraine
    Metrologichna str. 14-b, 242143 Kiev 143, Ukraine


RARE RADIATIVE DECAYS OF THE SIGMA, 437
    G. A. Kozlov
    Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

THE ROLE OF QUARK DISTANCES IN BARYON MULTIPLET MASS DIFFERENCES, 449
    Thabit Barakat
    Department of Civil Engineering
    Near East University, Lefkosa, Mersin 10, Turkey

A LAGRANGIAN FORMALISM FOR EXTENDED SUPERSYMMETRIC EQUATIONS, 465
    M. Borneas and M. Cristeas
    Department of Physics
    Technical University, Timisoara, Romania

IDENTIFICATION OF A COMMUTATIVE JORDAN ALGEBRA STRUCTURE IN CONSTRAINED CLASSICAL HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS, 473
    T. M. Rocha Filho and J. D. M. Vianna
    Departamento de Fiºsica, Universidade de Brasilia
    Campus Universitaºrio – Asa Norte
    70910-900 Brasilia, DF, Brasil

DERIVATION OF THE QUANTUM EFFECTS OF THE AHARONOV–BOHM TYPE FROM THE CLASSICAL HAMILTON–JACOBI THEORY, 493
    G. Spavieri and R. Angulo Becerra
    Centro de Astrofisica Teorica, Facultad de Ciencias
    Universidad de Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela

ON A LOGARITHMIC NONLINEAR SCHROEDINGER EQUATION COMPATIBLE WITH HADRONIC MECHANICS AND ITS CONNECTION WITH OTHER APPROACHES FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF DISSIPATIVE SYSTEMS, 505
    Dieter Schuch
    Institute fu™r Theoretische Physik
    J. W. Goethe Universita™t, Robert–Mayer Strasse 8–10
    D–6005 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

A NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR A MODEL OF THE ONE– DIMENSIONAL RADIONUCLIDE MIGRATION IN SOIL, 523
    S. X. Trasanidis, I. B. Seftelis and N. F. Tsagas
    Laboratory of Nuclear Technology
    Department of Electrical Engineering
    Democritus University of Thrace, 67100 Xanthi, Greece

LIE–ADMISSIBLE STRUCTURE OF CALDI’S MODEL, 535
    A. Jannussis
    Department of Physics, University of Patras
    Patras 2600, Greece

QUESTIONS CONCERNING RELATIVITY THEORY AND SOME OF ITS APPLICATIONS, 543
    J. Dunning-Davies
    Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Hull
    Hull, England

    G. H. A. Cole
    Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture
    University of Hull, Hull, England


SPIN IN GRAVITY, REAL SPACE–TIME AND SUPERSYMMETRY, 561
    Venzo de Sabbata
    World Laboratory, Lausanne, Switzerland
    Department of Physics
    University of Bologna and Ferrara, Italy

QUANTUM FIELD THEORY OF REFRACTION AND REFLECTION OF LIGHT, I, 581
    E. B. Manoukian
    School of Physics , Saranaree University of Technology
    Nakhon Ratchasima 30000, Thailand

ON HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS WITH CONSTRAINTS, 597
    Egab M. Rabei
    Department of Physics, Mutah University
    P. O. Box 7, Al–Karak, Jordan

PRINCIPLE OF MACH, THE EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE AND CONCEPTS OF INERTIAL MASS, 607
    Andrew E. Chubykalo
    Escuela de Fisica
    Universidad Autonoma de Zacatacas
    98068 Zacatacas, ZAC, Mexico

EXACT BOUND STATE SOLUTIONS OF THE SCHROE-DINGER EQUATION FOR CENTRAL SINGULAR POTENTIALS, 619
    S. K. Bose
    Fachbereich Physik, Universitat Kaiserslautern
    Kaiserslautern, Germany

    V. N. Tewari
    Physics Department, University of Gorakhpur
    Gorakhpur, India


GAUGE THEORY OF GRAVITY IN THE SPACE–TIME R , 629
    Gh. Zet and V. Manta
    Department of Physics
    Technical University “Gh. Asachi”
    Iasi 6600, Romania

AUTOMORPHISM GROUPS OF COMPOSITION ALGEBRAS AND QUARK MODELS, 637
    Pablo Alberca Bjerregard
    Departamento de Matematica Aplicada
    Complejo Politecnico Campus de Teatinos 29071
    Universidad de Malaga, Malaga, Spain

    Candido Martin Gonzalez
    Departamento de Algebra, Geometria y Topologia
    Universidad de Malaga, Apdo 59, 29080 Malaga, Spain


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HADRONIC JOURNAL
VOLUME 18, 1995


NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS IN MAGNETIC FIELDS OF THE
SUN, SUPERNOVAE AND NEUTRON STARS, 1

    G. G. Likhachev and A. I. Studenikin
    Department of Theoretical Physics, Physics Faculty
    , Moscow State University, 119899 Moscow, Russia

CORRELATION OF e+e- FROM A NAMBU STRING AND
JET­LIKE PRODUCTION: NEUTRAL STRING, 15
    E. B. Manoukian, A. Ungkitchanukit
    Physics Department, Faculty of Science,
    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
    and
    C. H. Eab
    Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science,
    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

PERTURBATIVE THEORY OF A GAP FOR MANY­BODY HAMILTONIANS
WITH PAIR INTERACTION, 29
    A. V. Sidorov and L. G. Zastavenko
    Laboratory of Theoretical Physics,
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

HIGH ENERGY HADRONIC TOTAL CROSS SECTIONS,
ASYMPTOTICS AND UNIVERSALITY, 45
    F. Gulay Firat­Acar
    Department of Physics, Istanbul Technical University,
    80626 Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey
    and
    Avadis Hacinlyan
    Department of Physics, Bogazici University
    80815 Bebek, Istanbul, Turkey

ON THE DIFFICULTIES OF THE THOMAS­WIGNER ROTATION, 63
    C. I. Mocanu, A. M. Morega and M. Morega
    Polytechnic University of Bucharest,
    Department of Electrical Engineering,
    Sector 1, Strada Washington 11, 1 Bucharest, Rumania

ELECTRON STRUCTURE, ZITTERBEWEGUNG AND A NEW
NON­LINEAR DIRAC­LIKE EQUATION, 97
    M. Pavsic, E. Recami and W. A. Rodrigues Jr.
    I. N. F. N., Sezione di Catania, 57 Corsitalia,
    I­95129 Catania, Italy

ROTATIONAL BANDS OF DEFORMED NUCLEI AND
SL(3,R) SYMMETRY, 119
    T. Obikhod
    Institute for Nuclear Research,
    47 Prospect Nauki, Kiev 252028, Ukraine

EXISTENCE CONDITIONS AND PROPERTIES OF THE BOUND STATES OF A
PARTICLE IN FIELDS WITH A HOMOGENEOUS DEPENDENCE OF THEIR
POTENTIAL ENERGY ON THE SPATIAL COORDINATES, 129
    I. M. Matora
    Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics,
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research,
    141980 Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia

GENERAL RELATIVITY IN THE LABORATORY, 139
    M. Mizushima
    Department of Physics, University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309, U.S.A.

QUANTUM DEGENERACY AND OSTENSIBLE INVARIANCE, 145
    R. L. Shafir
    School of Quantity Surveying,
    University of Central England
    Birmingham B42 2S4, England

DIRAC ELECTRODYNAMICS WITH GAUGE SYMMETRY BREAKING AND
THE TACHYONIC THEORY OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES, 161
    R. Horodecki and P. Horodecki
    Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
    University of Gdansk, PL 80-952 Gdansk, Poland

REMARKS ON THE PROBLEM OF NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS, 169
    Kh. M. Beshtoev
    Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
    Head Post Office, Post Office Box 79
    10100 Moscow, Russia

A NEW CONSTRUCTION OF THE CASIMIR OPERATORS
FOR THE FANTAPPIE´­de SITTER GROUP, 181
    E. A. Notte Cuello
    Departamento Matematica Aplicada, IMECC­UNICAMP
    13081­970 Campinas (SP), Brasil
    and
    E. Capelas de Oliveira
    Dipartimento di Matematica, Universita´ di Perugia
    06123 Perugia, Italy

EXTERNALLY INDUCED BETA DECAY OF THE
DEUTERON AND OTHER NUCLEI, 195
    Robert B. Driscoll
    P. O. Box 637, Oakland, CA 94604 U.S.A.

TECHNIQUES FOR NONINTEGRABLE SYSTEMS, 209
    Murray Muraskin
    Physics Department
    University of North Dakota
    P.O. Box 7129
    Grand Forks, ND 58202

VARIATIONS OF GROSS ALPHA, BETA AIR
RADIOACTIVITY CORRELATED WITH AIR
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY, 237
    I. B. Seftelis, S. X. Trasanidis, G. C. Bakos,
    I. Kappos, K. N. Tarchanidis* and N. F. Tsagas
    Laboratory of Nuclear Technology,
    Department of Electrical Engineering,
    Democritos University of Thrace
    67100 Xanthi, Greece

NONPOTENTIAL TWO-BODY ELASTIC
SCATTERING PROBLEM, 245
    A.K. Aringazin-1,2 , D.A. Kirukin-1
    and R.M. Santilli-2
    1-Department of Theoretical Physics,
    Karaganda State University
    Karaganda 470074, Kazakhstan* and
    2-Istituto per la Ricerca di Base,
    Castello Principe Pignatelli
    I-86075 Monteroduni (IS), Molise, Italy

NONPOTENTIAL ELASTIC SCATTERING OF
SPINNING PARTICLES, 257
    A.K. Aringazin-1,2 , D.A. Kirukin-1
    and R.M. Santilli-2
    1-Department of Theoretical Physics
    , Karaganda State University
    Karaganda 470074, Kazakhstan* and
    2-Istituto per la Ricerca di Base
    Castello Principe Pignatelli
    I-86075 Monteroduni (ISS) Molise, Italy

THE REALITY OF NEWTONIAN FORCES OF INERTIA,271
    A. K. T. Assis1 1and P. Graneau 2
    1-Instituto de Fisica ³Gleb Wataghin²,
    Universitade Estadual de Campinas, UNICAMP,
    13083­970 Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brasil
    and
    2-Center for Eelectromagnetic Research,
    Northeastern University
    Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A.

AN EXACT SOLUTION OF N­BODY QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS, 291
    C. Animalu
    Department of Physics and Astronomy,
    Western Kentucky University,
    Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, U.S.A.
    and
    Istituto per la Ricerca di Base,
    Castello Principe Pignatelli
    I-86075 Monteroduni (IS), Molise, Italy

GAUGED Q MATTER WITH A CHERN SIMMONS
TERM IN 2+1 DIMENSIONS, 297
    C. Wolf
    Department of Physics, North Adams State College
    North Adams, MA 01247, U.S.A.

PLASMA PHYSICS AND BIG BANG COSMOLOGY, 306
    G. Arcidiacono
    Department of Mathematics,University of Perugia,
    06100 Perugia, Italy

ON LIE-SANTILLI ALGEBRAIC ASPECTS OF
GENERALIZED HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS: Application to
Nambu Mechanics and Vlasov Equation, 319
    Hebe Q. Placido and Ademir E.Santana
    Instituto de Fisica, Universidad Federal da Bahia
    Campus de Ondina, 40210-340, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil

TOLMAN¹S SOLUTIONS IN HIGHER DIMENSIONAL SPACE­TIME, 331
    T. Singh, A. M. Helmi
    Department of Applied Mathematics, Institute of Technology
    Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005, India
    and
    G. P. Singh
    Department of Mathematics, I. I. T. ,
    Madras 60003, India

DETECTION OF K-40, U-238, Th­232 ISOTOPES
IN UPPERMOST EARTH LAYERS, 345
    N. F. Tsagas, G. C. Bakos and P. Sourlatsis
    Nuclear Technology Laboratory,
    Department of Electrical
    Engineering, Democritos University of Thrace
    67100 Xanthi, Greece

NUCLEUS (HADRON) NUCLEUS ELASTIC SCATTERING
AND GEOMETRICAL PICTURE, 353
    Fazal­e­Aleem, Shaukat Ali
    and Mohammad Saleem
    Center for High Energy Physics,
    University of the Punjab
    Lahore 54590, Pakistan

NOTE ON A GENERAL CLASS OF SQUEEZED STATES, 373
    D. Skaltsas
    Department of Physics, University of Patras
    26100 Patras, Greece
    and
    H. N. Ioannidou
    Department of Mathematics, Division of Applied Analysis
    University of Patras, 26100 Patras, Greece

INTERMITTENCY STUDIES IN HIGH ENERGY
HADRONIC COLLISIONS AND THE ROLE OF
A CASCADE MECHANISM, 377
    S. Bhattacharyya, S. Chakravorty and D. Roy
    Physics and Applied Mathematics Unit (PAMU)
    Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta 700 035, India

DENSITY PERTURBATION IN THE UNIVERSE
WITH NONTRIVIAL TOPOLOGY OF SPACE­TIME, 392
    S. S. Moskaliuk, A. V. Nesteruk and I. I. Sokolov
    Bogoliubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
    Metrologichna str. 14-b, 252143 Kiev 143, Ukraine

SOMENONRELATIVISTICASPECTS IN THE BOUND STATE
SYSTEMS OF 2B2B­ AND 3B3B­, 403
    B. K. Das
    Theoretical Physics Group,
    Indian Statistical Institute
    Calcutta 700035, India

TACHYONS: DIFFICULTIES AND HOPES, 433
    V. S. Barashenkov
    J. I. N. R.,
    Dubna, Moscow Region, 141980, Russia
    and
    M. Z. Yur¹iev
    Industrial Group INTERPROM, Moscow 117418, Russia

SPECIAL ORTHOGONAL GROUPS IN CAYLEY­KLEIN SPACES, 451
    N. A. Gromov
    Center of Russian Academy of Sciences,
    Kommunisticheskaja str. 24
    Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Russia
    and
    S. S. Moskaliuk
    Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics,
    National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
    Metrologichna str. 14-b,
    252143 Kiev 143, Ukraine

EXACT SOLUTION OF THE QUANTUM SCHOEDINGER
EQUATION FOR THE DOUBLY ANHARMONIC
OSCILLATOR POTENTIAL, 485
    S. K. Bose
    Physics Department, University of Gorakhpur,
    Gorakhpur 273009, India

EXTENSION OF LIE TO LIE­ADMISSIBLE ALGEBRAS FOR THE
DESCRIPTION OF OPEN QUANTUM SYSTEMS, 493
    D. Skaltsas, A. Jannussis
    Department of Physics, University of Patras,
    Patras 26110, Greece
    H. Ioannidou
    Department of Mathematics, University of Patras,
    Patras 26110, Greece

SEMICLASSICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE AHARONOV­BOHM
QUANTUM EFFECTS, 509
    G. Spavieri, R. Becerra, and L. Nieves
    Centro de Astrofisica Teo~rica,
    Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad
    de Los Andes, Me~rida, Venezuela

TOTAL CONSERVED ENERGY OF THE SINGLE INTERACTING PARTICLE
IN DIFFERENT INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAMES, 525
    A. Kapus~cik*, A. Horzela
    Department of Theoretical Physics,
    H. Niewodniczan~ski Institute
    of Nuclear Physics, ul. Radzikowskiego 152,
    31 342 Krako~w, Poland,
    and
    A. Radosz
    Institute of Physics, Wroclaw Technical University
    ul. Wybrzeze Wyspian~skiego 27, 50 360 Wroclaw, Poland

SPECIAL UNITARY GROUPS IN CAYLEY­KLEIN SPACES, 541
    N. A. Gromov
    Center of Russian Academy of Sciences,
    Kommunisticheskaja str. 24
    Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Russia
    and
    S. S. Moskaliuk
    Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics,
    National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
    Metrologichna str. 14-b, 252143 Kiev 143, Ukraine

ON A RELATION BETWEEN INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS
AND THE KOBER OPERATOR OF FRACTIONAL INTEGRATION, 563
    A. Al­Zamel and S. L. Kalla
    Department of Mathematics,
    Kuwait University, Kuwait
    and
    L. Galue
    CIMA, Engineering Faculty,
    Zulia University, Maracaibo, Venezuela

GRAVITO­MAGNETIC AND GRAVITO­RADIATIVE
FORCES DUE TO THE GALACTIC CENTER, 577
    Masataka Mizushima
    Department of Physics, University of Colorado,
    Boulder, CO 80309, U.S.A.

q­ANALOGUE OF DENNISON FORMULA, 585
    T. V. Obikhod
    Institute for Nuclear Research, 47, Prospect Nauki,
    Kiev 252028, Ukraine

EVIDENCE OF INTERMITTENCY IN COMPOUND MULTIPLICITY IN HIGH
ENERGY HADRON-NUCLEUS INTERACTIONS, 599
    D. Gosh, D. Halder, S. Halder
    High Energy Physics Division, Department of Physics
    Jadavpur University, Calcutta 700 032, India
    and
    J. Roy
    Regional Computer Center,
    Calcutta 700 032, India

A NEW PROJECTIVE COSMOLOGICAL MECHANICS, 605
    G. Arcidiacono
    Department of Mathematics,
    University of Perugia, I­06100 Perugia,

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