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By Professor Dr. Alexei Gvishiani, Professor Dr. Jacques Octave Dubois (auth.)

The e-book provides new clustering schemes, dynamical structures and development acceptance algorithms in geophysical, geodynamical and usual probability functions. the unique mathematical procedure is predicated on either classical and fuzzy units versions. Geophysical and ordinary possibility purposes are typically unique. notwithstanding, the bogus intelligence process defined within the e-book will be utilized some distance past the bounds of Earth technology purposes. The publication is meant for study scientists, tutors, graduate scholars, scientists in geophysics and engineers

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1. 74) espresses th e intensity of a poin t in relation to the whole space X and to its subspace. 75) t hat th e value of Pe(x) lies on the segment with th e ends PA(X), PC\A(x), which is why "non-Archime diarity" takes place. 73) shows the "non-Archimed ial" behavior of our model (Gvishiani , Agajan and Troussov) and opens an im port ant connection with th e prin ciple of this algorithmic theory with the theory of non -Archimedial metri c spac es. 76) Let us prove that Pe(x) > PA x) if and only if PC\A < PA(x) (The opposite inequality can be shown in a similar way).

As a result of such analysis SPARS algorithms defines a domain Sp(y*) = 4>-1 (y*) C X that can be con sidered as a co-image of y* E y . (Here Sp is the mapping Sp: Sgn ~ [ . We use the same symbol for the mapping Sp: Y ~ X between t he spaces X and Y where S PA RS actually operates) . T he suggested solution looks as folIows: As a co-image (epicentre) (Stt 1(S*) = Sp(S*) of t he signal S* t he set mod"i/(Sp(y*)) of all points in region [ is considered such that the Xmodules of these points are ineluded in the set Sp(y*).

However, other types of such a disjunction "collection" can be considered. A vector approach to the "collection" gives the following vector order on E: e I-----t {((FSP)st(yn)(e)}; s = 1, " ' , N; t = 1, " ', M . 46) we obtain solutions to the problem under consideration . 5 Dynamic Clsss iiicetiou A pproach Fuzzy version of SPARS algorithm (F SPARS) At first we introduce basic nations , being oriented towards seismological problems. By a region X we will understand both an area on t he Earth surface and t he body cone with foundation X .

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