**35**(2008)

ISSN 1787-5021 (Print)

ISSN 1787-6117 (Online)

## Content

### Research papers

Laplace transform pairs of N-dimensions and second order linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients

by A. Aghili, B. Salkhordeh Moghaddam

Pages: 3–10

On positive integers with a certain nondivisibility property

by Ioulia Baoulina, Florian Luca

Pages: 11–19

Connection between ordinary multinomials, Fibonacci numbers, Bell polynomials and discrete uniform distribution

by Hacène Belbachir, Sadek Bouroubi, Abdelkader Khelladi

Pages: 21–30

Quenching time of solutions for some nonlinear parabolic equations with Dirichlet boundary condition and a potential

by Théodore K. Boni, Bernard Y. Diby

Pages: 31–42

Common fixed point theorems for pairs of single and multivalued D-maps satisfying an integral type

by H. Bouhadjera, A. Djoudi

Pages: 43–59

On Worley’s theorem in Diophantine approximations

by Andrej Dujella, Bernadin Ibrahimpašić

Pages: 61–73

Simplifying the propositional satisfiability problem by sub-model propagation

by Gábor Kusper, Lajos Csőke, Gergely Kovásznai

Pages: 75–94

Decision based examination of object-oritented methodology using JML

by Szabolcs Márien

Pages: 95–121

Further generalizations of the Fibonacci-coefficient polynomials

by Ferenc Mátyás

Pages: 123–128

Generalization of some inequalities for the q-gamma function

by Armend Sh. Shabani

Pages: 129–134

About the geometry of milling paths

by Márta Szilvási-Nagy, Szilvia Béla, Gyula Mátyási

Pages: 135–146

Convergence rate in the strong law of large numbers for mixingales and superadditive structures

by Tibor Tómács

Pages: 147–154

### Methodological papers

Modelling a simple continuous-time system

by Gábor Geda

Pages: 157–162

ICT teaching methods - Programming languages

by Zsuzsanna Papp-Varga, Péter Szlávi, László Zsakó

Pages: 163–172

The evolvement of geometrical concepts in lower primary mathematics (Parallel and Perpendicular)

by Ibolya Szilágyiné Szinger

Pages: 173–188

The usage of adapted ICT in the education of children with special educational need in different countries of Europe

by Ildikó Tóthné Molnár, Tibor Radványi, Emőd Kovács

Pages: 189–204