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New bounds on the number of similar or directly similar copies of a pattern within a finite subset of the line or the plane are proved. The number of equilateral triangles whose vertices all lie within an n-point subset of the plane is shown to be no more than ⌊(4n − 1)(n − 1)/18⌋. The number of k-term arithmetic progressions that lie within an n-point… (More)

This paper reviews one of the complicated problems of the anatomy of the autonomic nervous system--the structure of human ciliary ganglion (CG). The literature data as well as the results obtained by the department and personally by the authors, are analyzed in three aspects: (a) human CG external structure and topography; (b) CG anatomy in animals and (c)… (More)

Measurements of 18 bilateral signs were carried out in 94 Negroid skulls. All parts of the facial skull are clearly asymmetrical, if regarded separately, while the summary sizes of the left and right halves of the facial skull are equal. In the upper part of the face the most asymmetrical parameters are the width of the bridge of the nose, width of the… (More)

On the example of "Golden wourf" and some other models the use of mathematical methods in stomatological morphometry is demonstrated. Parameter values oscillations below 15% are considered by the authors to be the limit for normal state individual peculiarities. Relief of dental crowns are considered from biomechanical positions, representing dentition… (More)

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