Among the talks are meaning of "algebra" and "analysis" between two encyclopedias from the Enlightenment to the Great War, classical and new aspects of the domination and

factorization of multilinear operators, and semigroups as a tool to develop harmonic analysis for general Laplacians.

Besides the independent interest of such results, the technical tool used to prove them, named

factorization history, is also the key to establish that the Pin-Reutenauer is valid for S.

New tensor

factorization technology converts graph-structured data to a uniform expression

In 1999, Lee and Seung (1999) presented Non-negative Matrix

Factorization (NMF) algorithm in the journal Nature.

Few methods that follows template based approach are spectral subtraction [5], Wiener and Kalman filtering, [6], minimum mean square error (MMSE) estimators [7], estimators based on super-Gaussian prior distributions for speech DFT coefficients [8] and Non- Negative Matrix

Factorization (NMF) [9] and its enhanced form called ENMF[10] .

Nonnegative matrix

factorization (NMF) [1] is not only a well-known matrix decomposition approach but also an utility and efficient feature extraction technique.

Matrix

factorization technique is a widely-used recommendation method in model-based CF.

Journalist Dragan Pavlovikj Latas in his last article expressed anxiety about the

factorization of the Albanians in Macedonia.

The LU

factorization can also be performed in a structure preserving way.

Results of the study revealed that students of age twelve to sixteen years can do classification, intersection, ratio and proportion, and geometry to some extent while the academic achievement of the students falling in Piaget's formal operational stage (12-16 years) cannot do

factorization and transitivity.

Theorems for

factorization and zeros of functions in the space are treated next, followed by integral operators and equivalent norms, non-conformally invariant space induced by the integral operator, and Schatten classes of the integral operator.

We recall the classical approach to

factorization counts, which goes back to work of Frobenius [3].