Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : modeling


PROCESSES WITH INDEPENDENT INCREMENTS THE POISSON PROCESS AND ITS PROPERTIES

MuratovaBaxora .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2124-2127

Process with independent increments in the theory of random processes contains concepts and theorems that allow us to build probabilistic models in decision-making problems. The Poisson process plays a crucial role in the construction of models. The article analyzes the Poisson process, which is a stochastic process that models many real-world
phenomena. The author defines the Poisson process and considers some examples of calculating the corresponding values associated with the Poisson process.

A Historical Journey Of Indian Terracotta From Indus Civilization Up To Contemporary Art

Shyam Singh Rawat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3106-3118

In this research paper, the researcher wants to examine the artistic visual language of Indian terracotta Arts, which were conceptualized from Indus to contemporary. The investigator being associated with a concise history of sculpture or terracotta arts, is aware of circumstances in which artists of successive generations have struggled for the sociological and formal problems in innovation and terracotta art making. The main objective research paper is to present a concise history of Prehistoric to present contemporary times terracotta arts in India from different sates, as well as a comprehensive overview of developments in the material aspects of pottery and other terracotta from its origins in the early first century to the present. Terracotta the oldest medium and the most friendly medium form the time of Indus valley to the other states of India. this will help in introducing terracotta of different states in India, artists and craftsman has created wonder from clay in the form of toys, architecture, jewelry. Both traditional and contemporary innovations were observed in the light of the continuity between the terracotta method, i.e. its materials and methods of production in relation to its' form. In accordance with this study