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This paper presents new implicit algorithms for solving the variational inequality and shows that the proposed methods converge under certain conditions. Some special cases are also discussed.
The previously optimized crude alkaline protease from the haloalkaliphilic Bacillus circulans L. was partially
purified using ammonium sulphate fractionation and dialysis. The best specific
activity (27.7 U/mg protein) was obtained
at 80% saturation. The optimum reaction temperature and reaction pH was 47℃ and 9, respectively. The enzyme activity was enhanced with Ca and K chlorides but suppressed with HgCl2 and EDTA. The partially purified protease showed strong proteolytic activity
on sheep wool and chicken feather. Also, the enzyme was compatible with the common detergent Tide and could improve its cleaning power in removing blood
stain. These findings support the application of the present alka-line
protease in biotechnological industries.
This paperstudiesthe effect of symmetry process on the compression
parameters of thefractal
image compression technique proposed by Jacquin.Two kinds of tests have
been conducted. The first all kind of the symmetry operations [0-7] were taken;
while the second tests were concentrated on studying the effect of the
following parameters Block Size, Step Size, Domain Size on the probability
distribution of symmetry operation. The results show that the higher value of
PSNR and the lower value of ET occur atevensymmetry operation only, but compression ratio is
not affected with symmetry process. Also the occurrence probability of even
symmetry is more than odd symmetry for all compression parameters. This behaviour
can be utilized to reducethe encoding time to 50%
with preserving PSNR.