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#### A Systems-Theory Approach to the Analysis of Multiexponential Fluorescence Decay

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1978-08)

A mathematical model of the fluorescence decay experiment based on linear systems theory is presented. The model suggests an experimental technique which increases the probability of correctly determining the decay constants ...

#### Fixed Point Theorems Through Abstract Cones

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1974-03)

A well-known theorem of Banach states that if T is a mapping on a complete metric space [see pdf for notation] such that for some number [see pdf for notation], the inequality (1.1) [see pdf for notation] holds, then T has ...

#### On Approach to Equilibrium in Nonlinear Compartmental Systems

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1981-02)

A closed compartmental system is a set of nonnegative interdependent functions,
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such that their sum is constant. The functions can represent populations, masses or concentrations, depending on the ...

#### Block Diagonalization and Eigenvalues

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1975-03)

Let A denote an Algebra with an identity element. Consider an [see pdf for notation] matrix [see pdf for notation] with a partitioning [see pdf for notation] where E and H have respective orders [see pdf for notation] and ...

#### Comparison Principle and Non Linear Contract in Abstract Spaces

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1973-10)

The theory of differential and integral equations exploits comparison and iterative techniques which do not fall under the Contractive Mapping Principle. For they make use of partial orderings and maximal solutions; concepts ...

#### Structural Identification of Large Systems by Reduction to Subsystems: VLDL Triglycerides

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1982-05)

Experiments are performed for identification purposes,
i.e. to identify the values of unknown paprameters from data. In the event that one or more parameters can not be identified, the cause could be the result of a variety ...

#### System Identification of Models Exhibiting Exponential, Harmonic and Resonant Modes

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1978)

A classical problem arising in compartmental analysis is the so called identification problem or the inverse problem. One is presented with the linear time invariant compartmental model
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