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(2017-06-19) - Journal articleIn this paper, we present two algorithms based on the Froidure-Pin Algorithm for computing a finite semigroup. If U is any semigroup, and A be a subset of U, then we denote by ⟨A⟩ the least subsemigroup of U containing A. ...
(2017-09-21) - Journal articleWe consider certain properties of the semigroup S defined by the Presentation S = 〈a,b : a2ⁿ⁻¹ = 1,b2 = a2ⁿ⁻², ba = ab2ⁿ⁻¹-1〉, (n ≥ 3).
On the star-height of subword counting languages and their relationship to Rees zero-matrix semigroups (2016-11-15) - Journal articleGiven a word w over a finite alphabet, we consider, in three special cases, the generalised star-height of the languages in which w occurs as a contiguous subword (factor) an exact number of times and of the languages in ...
Effect of first line cancer treatment on the ovarian reserve and follicular density in girls under the age of 18 years (2016-12) - Journal articleObjective: To study the impact of first-line antineoplastic treatment on the ovarian reserve in young girls returning for ovarian tissue cryopreservation (OTC) in connection with a relapse. Design: Retrospective case-control ...
(2017-08-31) - Journal articleConstraint programming is a family of techniques for solving combinatorial problems, where the problem is modelled as a set of decision variables (typically with finite domains) and a set of constraints that express relations ...