Asian Transactions on Science & Technology

Volume: 02, Issue: 04, September 2012
ISSN 2221-4283


Title: The Continuity and Differentiation of Complex Fuzzy Functions for New Fuzzy Quantities
Author(s): Pishtiwan O. Sabir, Adil K. Jabbar, Munir A. Al-Khafagi
Paper ID: ATST-10204046
Pages: 1 - 11
Abstract: In this paper, the continuity of complex fuzzy functions mapping generalized rectangular valued bounded closed complex complement normalized fuzzy numbers into itself are studied. Some important theorems of fuzzy derivatives of bounded closed complex complement normalized fuzzy number valued functions are proved.

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Title: On Fuzzy Complex Integrals
Author(s): Pishtiwan O. Sabir, Adil K. Jabbar, Munir A. Al-Khafagi
Paper ID: ATST-30217041
Pages: 12 - 17
Abstract: In this paper, we define and study the basic properties of a fuzzy integral for fuzzy complex functions which map a rectifiable in the complex plane into bounded closed complex complement normalized fuzzy numbers. Some important theorems of fuzzy integrals of regular complex functions over fuzzy domains are proved. All this may be a foundation for researching fuzzy complex analysis.

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Title: PALU TRADITIONAL HOUSE'S RESPONSES TO EARTHQUAKE
Author(s): Sugeng Triyadi, Andi Harapan, St. Aisyah
Paper ID: ATST-50206044
Pages: 18 - 24
Abstract: Theoritically, traditional houses are earthquake resistant. Thus, many hypothesis state that traditional house are the most suitable house that fit to be developed in earthquake-prone areas. Palu as an earthquake-prone area should have local knowlegdes that respond to earthquake and be applied in its traditional house. This paper will discuss the traditional house in Palu, known as Banua Mbaso, and signify its local knowledges that respond to earthquake well. Field observation and building measurements are conducted to obtain primary datas. Then analysis based on two main aspects, 1) building configuration and 2) building structural system, is performed.

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Title: Shock waves in dusty plasma with non-thermal ion distribution and charge fluctuating negative dust
Author(s): Sanjit Kumar Paul
Paper ID: ATST-60203043
Pages: 25 - 30
Abstract: A dusty plasma system containing Boltzmann-distributed electrons, non-thermal ions, and mobile charge fluctuating negative dust has been considered. The nonlinear propagation of the dust-acoustic (DA) waves in such a dusty plasma has been investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method. It has been found that the dust charge fluctuation is a source of dissipation, and is responsible for the formation of DA shock waves in such a dusty plasma. The basic features of the DA shock waves have been identified in this investigation which could be useful in understanding the properties of localized space dusty plasmas. It has been proposed to design a new laboratory experiment, which will be able to identify the basic features of the dust-acoustic shock waves predicted in this theoretical investigation.

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