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## On the distribution of translates of additive functions

### Acta Mathematica Hungarica (1993-09-01) 61: 343-356 , September 01, 1993

## Wedge dislocations and three-dimensional gravity

### P-Adic Numbers, Ultrametric Analysis, and Applications (2012-01-01) 4: 5-19 , January 01, 2012

The expression for the free energy of arbitrary static distribution of wedge dislocations in elastic media is proposed. In the framework of geometric theory of defects, the free energy is given by the Euclidean action for (1+2)-dimensional gravity interacting with N point particles. Relative movement of particles in gravity corresponds to bending of dislocations. The equations of equilibrium are obtained and analyzed. For two dislocations, the solution is found explicitly through hypergeometric functions.

## Role of information in the stochastic zero-sum differential game

### Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications (1976-01-01) 18: 153-163 , January 01, 1976

In this paper, a linear-quadratic Gaussian zero-sum differential game is studied. “Maneuverability” is defined to measure players' strength. It is shown that a “more maneuverable” player would prefer a “more observable” information system. An example is given to show that a “more controllable” player might not prefer “more observable” measurements in the stochastic environment.

## A class of vector fields

### Siberian Mathematical Journal (1986-09-01) 27: 771-778 , September 01, 1986

## Asymptotics of the density of a renewal function

### Siberian Mathematical Journal (1979-01-01) 20: 101-108 , January 01, 1979

## On modified Picard and Gauss—Weierstrass singular integrals

### Ukrainian Mathematical Journal (2005-11-01) 57: 1844-1852 , November 01, 2005

We introduce a certain modification of the Picard and Gauss—Weierstrass singular integrals and prove approximation theorems for them.

## Errata to “Summability domains of matrix methods”

### Monatshefte für Mathematik (1970-10-01) 74: 398 , October 01, 1970

## Ranking Journals in Sociology, Education, and Public Administration by Social Choice Theory Methods

### Recent Advances in Game Theory and Applications (2016-01-01): 1-27 , January 01, 2016

An analysis of journals’ rankings based on five commonly used bibliometric indicators (impact factor, article influence score, SNIP, SJR, and H-index) has been conducted. It is shown that despite the high correlation, these single-indicator-based rankings are not identical. Therefore, new approach to ranking academic journals is proposed based on the aggregation of single bibliometric indicators using several ordinal aggregation procedures. In particular, we use the threshold procedure, which allows to reduce opportunities for manipulations.