Mathematic Modelling of the Transaction in the Bugetary Activity
AbstractThe submitted paper is intended to revolutionize the handling methods of credit sheets and the means of collecting budgetary incomes, on one hand, and to allow operators to verify in real time the happening and recording of an economical phenomenon in the area of credit ordination through the help of inserting rare matrix in the mathematical designs of complex, physical systems of large measurements, that necessitate as an efficient solution the use of rare matrix calculus. The suggested facilities are based on the “The model of administration in public activity ”, where one can notice that the analysis of complex systems like: technological installations, economical or industrial systems, leads to systems of algebraic linear equations with thousands of equations that the current operating systems cannot handle in terms of memory status and duration.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 12911.
Date of creation: 05 Nov 2008
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technological installations; economical or industrial systems; rare matrix; linear programming; mathematical model; interconnection;
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