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The problem of approximation by entire functions of exponential type defined on a countable set E of continua Gn, E = ⋃n∈ZGn⋃n∈ZGn is considered in this paper. It is assumed that all Gn are pairwise disjoint and are situated near the real axis. It is also assumed that all Gn are commensurable in a sense and have uniformly smooth boundaries. A function f is defined independently on each Gn and is bounded on E and f (r) has a module of continuity ω which satisfies the condition (1). An entire function Fσ of exponential type ≤σ is then constructed so that the following estimate of approximation of the function f by functions Fσ is valid
Forecasting and analyses of the dynamics of financial and economic processes such as deviations of macroeconomic aggregates (GDP, unemployment, and inflation) from their long-term trends, asset markets volatility, etc., are challenging because of the complexity of these processes. Important related research questions include, first, how to determine the qualitative properties of the dynamics of these processes, namely, whether the process is stable, unstable, chaotic (deterministic), or stochastic; and second, how best to estimate its quantitative indicators including dimension, entropy, and correlation characteristics.
These questions can be studied both empirically and theoretically. In the empirical approach, researchers consider real data expressed in terms of time series, identify the patterns of their dynamics, and then forecast the short- and long-term behavior of the process. The second approach is based on postulating the laws of dynamics for the process, deriving mathematical dynamical models based on these laws, and conducting subsequent analytical investigation of the dynamics generated by the models.
To implement these approaches, either numerical or analytical methods can be used. While numerical methods make it possible to study dynamical models, the possibility of obtaining reliable results using them is significantly limited due to the necessity of performing calculations only over finite time intervals, rounding-off errors in numerical methods, and the unbounded space of initial data sets. Analytical methods allow researchers to overcome these limitations and to identify the exact qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the dynamics of the process. However, effective analytical applications are often limited to low-dimensional models (in the literature, two-dimensional dynamical systems are most often studied).
In this paper, we develop analytical methods for the study of deterministic dynamical systems based on the Lyapunov stability theory and on chaos theory. These methods make it possible not only to obtain analytical stability criteria and to estimate limiting behavior (to localize self-excited and hidden attractors and identify multistability), but also to overcome difficulties related to implementing reliable numerical analysis of quantitative indicators such as Lyapunov exponents and the Lyapunov dimension. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed methods using the mid-size firm model suggested by Shapovalov.
In statistical classification and machine learning, as well as in social and other sciences, a number of measures of association have been proposed for assessing and comparing individual classifiers, raters, as well as their groups. In this paper, we introduce, justify, and explore several new measures of association, which we call CO-, ANTI-, and COANTI-correlation coefficients, that we demonstrate to be powerful tools for classifying confusion matrices. We illustrate the performance of these new coefficients using a number of examples, from which we also conclude that the coefficients are new objects in the sense that they differ from those already in the literature.