Ahmad Nezakati

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Recommended by Khosrow Moshirvaziri Let n weighted points be given in the plane R 2. For each point a radius is given which is the expected ideal distance from this point to a new facility. We want to find the location of a new facility such that the sum of the weighted errors between the existing points and this new facility is minimized. This is in fact a(More)
We prove that the sequence {b −1 n n i=1 (X i − EX i)} n≥1 converges a.e. to zero if {X n , n ≥ 1} is an associated sequence of random variables with ∞ n=1 b −2 kn Var(kn i=kn−1+1 X i) < ∞ where {b n , n ≥ 1} is a positive nondecreasing sequence and {k n , n ≥ 1} is a strictly increasing sequence, both tending to infinity as n tends to infinity and 0 < a =(More)
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