Underlying the diversity of life and the complexity of ecology is order that reflects the operation of fundamental physical and biological processes. Power laws describe empirical scaling relationships that are emergent quantitative features of biodiversity. These features are patterns of structure or dynamics that are self-similar or fractal-like over many… (More)
BACKGROUND Hepatitis E is endemic to resource-poor regions, where it manifests as sporadic cases and large waterborne outbreaks. The disease severity ranges from acute self-limited hepatitis with low mortality to fulminant hepatic failure with high mortality. It is believed that the host response plays an important role in determining the progression and… (More)
BACKGROUND Hepatitis E, caused by the hepatitis E virus (HEV), is endemic to developing countries where it manifests as waterborne outbreaks and sporadic cases. Though generally self-limited with a low mortality rate, some cases progress to fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) with high mortality. With no identified predictive or diagnostic markers, the events… (More)
People of the modern world are using social network Web sites to communicate with others either known or unknown, for getting opinions of others and giving their opinions to others. The post, weblogs, effects or affects human mind, at least for some time. These posts take a part in choosing their decisions and play an important role. But the information… (More)
We establish the rate of convergence for the modified Beta operators B n f, x, for functions having derivatives of bounded variation.