Alan E. Peterson

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We derive Wiman’s asymptotic formula for the number of generalized zeros of (nontrivial) solutions of a second order dynamic equation on a time scale. The proof is based on the asymptotic representation of solutions via exponential functions on a time scale. By using the Jeffreys et al. approximation we prove Wiman’s formula for a dynamic equation on a time(More)
This paper attempts to explain organization structure based on optimal coordination of interactions among activities. The main idea is that each manager is capable of detecting and coordinating interactions only within his limited area of expertise. Only the CEO can coordinate company-wide interactions. The optimal design of the organization trades off the(More)
Scoliosis is a deformity characterized by lateral curvature of the spine and accompanied by axial rotation of the vertebrae; it often causes varying degrees of trunk deformity. Research has indicated that topographic techniques can be used to describe the disorder and monitor its progression. A video image acquisition system has been designed which reduces(More)
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