71.
We **consider** a one-dimensional random walk in random environment in the Sinai's regime.

72.
We **consider** the vector problem of diffraction of an obliquely incident, elliptically polarized wave by a one-dimensional periodic grating located in a layered medium with a chiral layer.

73.
We **consider** various networks of diffusively coupled identical neurons modeled by a system of FitzHugh-Rinzel coupled differential equations.

74.
In particular, we **consider** a configuration in the form of diffusively coupled stars structures.

75.
There the velocity variance decreased exponentially as a function of the slice thickness, due we **consider** to the formation of an interconnecting streamline network.

76.
We **consider** quasi-free quantum systems and we derive the Euler equation using the so-called hydrodynamic limit.

77.
In this paper we **consider** the equations in terms of the usual F-moments, constructed with simple polynomials in c i .

78.
We **consider** a concept of approximate efficiency introduced by Kutateladze and widely used in the literature to study this kind of solutions.

79.
We **consider** the linear complementarity problem (q, M) in whichM is a positive definite symmetric matrix of ordern.

80.
We **consider**, in this note, some invariant subspaces of a unitary operator induced by a measure preserving transformation.