Industrial/Discrete Manufacturing...Industrial/**Discrete** Manufacturing Section Analysis Demand is well-known to be the driving factor of any business. Fluctuations in demand patterns differ significantly between industries (Agarwal 2). The clothing industry, for instance, is subject to substantial demand adjustments driven by seasonality as well as business cycles, while the diaper market benefits from a relatively steady demand. One would be expecting players in various retail supply chains to habitually misjudge demand, creating shortages or inventory surpluses at diverse stages in the supply chain. Changes in demand patterns also affect the supply chain of different manufacturing environments. These environments are, for instance, Make-to-Stock...

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Discrete Mathematics(Mathematical Algorithms)...**DISCRETE** MATHEMATICS Mathematical Algorithms Table of Contents Introduction 3 Mathematical Algorithms Overview 3 Evolution 5 Relation of Computer Science and Mathematical Algorithms 6
Algorithm-Supported Mathematical Theory 7
Mathematical Algorithm Analysis 8
Impotence of Mathematical Algorithms 9
More Real-world Examples 10
Conclusion 10
Bibliography 11
Introduction
**Discrete** mathematics is a section or element of mathematics that is concerned with the objects which are capable of assuming just divided, distinctive values. The concept of **discrete** mathematics is thus applied in distinction with continuous mathematics, that is the subdivision of mathematics concerned with the objects which...

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What is Discrete trial Training...What is **Discrete** Trial Training? **Discrete** Trial Training A. ABA Guidelines: Response Cost This is one of the behavioral methods used to stop inappropriate behavior in children by parents. This method involves taking away something from the child, when he performs any undesired behavior. Various response cost plans do not work because the child was supposed to wait a week to obtain the reinforcement. Short time durations to wait for fortification are the best for children with ADHD (Moore, 2001).
Below are the steps to expand the success of a response cost behavioral involvement.
Step 1: Identify target behaviors
Clearly describe what behavior you intend to stop. Note how frequently the behavior happens and when it happens.
Step 2... :...

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Introduction to Discrete Event Dynamic Systems...**Discrete** event dynamic system (DEDS) The target behind the article is the extension of the finite automata. This will impact on the regular expression, which in different instances encompassed with the expression in relation to direct construct in reference with the corresponding finite automaton. Exploration and expression of automata is in respect with the minimization, determination, primeness, and the extension on output feedback, observability, stability, and invertibility regarding the framework. The approach resembles that used by Mon-talbano’s and Giammarresi in the illustration of generalized automata. It is evident that the deterministic expression in automata is just mere regular languages. From the article,...

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Mathematical reasoning and discrete structures...Number Mathematical Reasoning and **Discrete** Structures Question a) (A – B) – C = A – (B ᴗ C) Let 2, 3, a) ϵ A
Let (2, a) ϵ B
Let (3) ϵ C
[(1, 2, 3, a) - (2, a)] - (3) = (1, 2, 3, a) – [(2, a) ᴗ (3)]
(1, 3) – (3) = (1, 2, 3, a) – (2, 3, a)
1 = 1
Therefore this theoretic statement is true.
b) p= x ϵ A, q = x ϵ B and r = x ϵ C
p ¬q ¬r → p ¬ (q ˅ r)
Question 2
Let P(x) be the propositional function “x is perfect”
Let Q(x) be the propositional function “x is a friend”
Let ﻻ be “for every”
a) No one is perfect
ﻻx ¬ P(x)
b) Not everyone is perfect
Ǝx ¬ P(x)
c) All your friends are perfect
ﻻx (Q(x) → P(x))
d) At least one of your friends is perfect
Ǝx (Q(x) → P(x))
e) Not everyone is your friend or someone is not...

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Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics (Week 4)...that must be removed so that the resulting subgraph has an Euler trail but not an Euler circuit? Which bridge(s) should we remove?
PLEASE PLACE ANSWER HERE (in red)
One bridge. Bridge b should be removed for the resulting sub graph to have a Euler trail.
Exercise 12.2 (page 604 in ebook.pdf)
6.) List the vertices in the tree shown in Fig. 12.31 when they are visited in a preorder traversal and in a post order traversal.
PLEASE PLACE ANSWER HERE (in red)
2, 15, 17, 8
9.)LetG = (V , E) be an undirected graph with adjacency matrix A(G) as shown here.Use a breadth-first search **based** on A(G) to determine whether G is connected.
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A (G) is connected since v8 v8 are connected within the provided...

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MATH203-1402B-04 : Applications of Discrete Mathematics - PHASE 3 IP...APPLICATIONS OF **DISCRETE** MATHEMATICS-PHASE 3 IP Part We present a tree diagram **based** on the adjacency matrix provided. It is clear that the graph has five vertices **based** on the fact that the matrix given was a 5X5 matrix.
Since the vertex is connected to the vertex having exactly number of edges, this is in regard to the definition of an adjacency matrix. Moreover, due to the fact that the diagonal of the matrix has zeroes only, the vertices do not contain any loop.
If we could recall a simple path graph does not have recurring vertices. Now to obtain the number of simple paths that are connected to the vertices 1 and 5, we write the sequences of the vertices in simple paths of our...

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MATH203 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics -PHASE 4 DB...Math Problem, Mathematics MATH203 – Applications **Discrete** Mathematics -PHASE 4 DB Q1: Transition Diagram Drawing of a transition diagram(digraph)
Q 2: The 5 strings generated by the automation are as follows:
String 1 = v = x + y
String 2 = x = x + δ
String 3 = w where (w = uv, the substring of w)
String 4 = s4 = w + x
String 5 = s5 = w + δ
Q 3: 5 Strings that use similar inputs but not in same language
String 1 = v = x + δ
String 2 = x = x + δ
String 3 = w = xδ
String 4 = s4 = δx
String 5 = δ + δ + x
Question 4: Statement describing the conditions of a string
When a string is part of the Language
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Discrete Math Project... Application of the Leslie Matrix Model in the Management of Wildlife Leslie matrix is a **discrete** and age-structured model used in representing the population by abundances vector of differing age classes represented in rows and columns (Webpages.uidaho.edu). The matrix has a number of applications in wildlife management, as it is useful in determining the dynamics of the animal’s population given that births and deaths are age-dependent. An important application of the matrix in wildlife management is projecting the population growth of specific animals or a certain species. Using the Leslie matrix model, which is **based** on the multiplication of the Leslie Matrix and the Population vector, institutions managing wildlife are able...

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