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Extremal bounded complete trajectories for nonautonomous reaction–diffusion equations with discontinuous forcing term (2019), Revista Matemática Complutense: 1-35

[:es]Tomás Caballero (The University of Sevilla), José A. Langa(University of Sevilla) and José Valero (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract.In this paper we establish a strong comparison principle for a nonautonomous differential inclusion with a forcing term of Heaviside type. Using this principle, we study the structure of the global attractor in both the autonomous and nonautonomous cases. […]

Surrogate Data Preserving All the Properties of Ordinal Patterns up to a Certain Length, Entropy 2019, 21(7), 713.

[:es]Yoshito Hirata (The University of Tokyo and University of Tsukuba), Masanori Shiro (University  National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan) and José M. Amigó (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract. We propose a method for generating surrogate data that preserves all the properties of ordinal patterns up to a certain length, such as the numbers of allowed/forbidden […]

Multi-objective evolutionary algorithms for a reliability location problem, European Journal of Operational Research (2019)

[:es] Javier Alcaraz (University Miguel Hernández of Elche), Mercedes Landete (University Miguel Hernández of Elche), Juan F. Monge (University Miguel Hernández of Elche) and José L. Sainz-Pardo (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract. Some location problems with unreliable facilities present two different objectives, one consisting of minimizing the opening and transportation costs if none of the facilities fail and another […]

Genetic Contribution in Low Back Pain: A Prospective Genetic Association Study, World Institute of Pain 19 (2019), 836–847

[:es]César Margarit (Department of Health of Alicante, Alicante General Hospital), Reyes Roca (Alicante Institute for Health and Biomedical Research),  María-del-Mar Inda (Alicante Institute for Health and Biomedical Research),  Javier Muriel  (Alicante Institute for Health and Biomedical Research),  Pura Ballester (Alicante Institute for Health and Biomedical Research),  Rocío Moreu  (Department of Health of Alicante,
Alicante General Hospital),  Anna Lucia Conde  (Occupational Observatory,Miguel Hernández University of […]

Screening based on risk factors for abdominal aortic aneurysm in the cardiology clinic, International Journal of Cardiology 279 (2019) 162–167

[:es] Ricardo Izquierdo González (Hospital of Monforte de Lemos (Lugo)), Ramón María Dorrego García (Hospital of Monforte de Lemos (Lugo)),  Pilar Rodríguez Ledo( Médico de Familia EOXI Lugo, Cervo e Monforte) and José Vicente Segura Heras (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract. Background: The risk factors for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) are present in many of the […]

Relationship between labeled network games and other cooperative games arising from attributes situations. Economics Letters, 185 (2019), 1-6.

[:es] Encarnación Algaba (University of Sevilla), Sylvain Béal (University  Bourgogne Franche-Comté),  Vito Fragnelli (University of Eastern Piedmont), Natividad Llorca  (University Miguel Hernández of Elche) and Joaquin Sanchez-Soriano (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract. We study the relationship between cooperative games which arise from very different situations. On the one hand, the labeled network game which is defined to study how to allocate a certain […]

A Solution Concept Related to “Bounded Rationality” for some Two-Echelon Models, International Game Theory Review Vol. 21, No. 1 (2019), 1-22

[:es] Joaquin Sanchez-Soriano (University Miguel Hernández of Elch) and Natividad Llorca (University Miguel Hernández of Elche)
Abstract.  Two-echelon models describe situations in which there are two differentiated groups of agents. Some examples of these models can be found in supply chain problems, transportation problems or two-sided markets. In this paper, we deal with two-sided transportation problems which can […]

The curse of dimensionality of decision-making units: A simple approach to increase the discriminatory power of data envelopment analysis, European Journal of Operational Research 279 (2019), 929–940

[:es] Vincent Charles (University of Buckingham) , Juan Aparicio (University Miguel Hernández of Elche) and Joe Zhu (UWorcester Polytechnic Institute)
Abstract.  Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is a technique for identifying the best practices of a given set of decision-making units (DMUs) whose performance is categorized by multiple performance metrics that are classified as inputs and outputs. Although DEA […]

Existence of periodic solutions for a scalar differential equation modelling optical conveyor belts, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (2019), 480, 1-20

[:es]Luis Carretero (University Miguel Hernández of Elche) and José Valero (University Miguel Hernández of Elche).
Abstract.  We study a one-dimensional ordinary differential equation modelling optical conveyor belts, showing in particular cases of physical interest that periodic solutions exist. Moreover, under rather general assumptions it is proved that the set of periodic solutions is bounded.
Keywords. Ordinary differential equations; Periodic solutions; […]