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    1. M. Asadi (Joint with N. Ebrahimi and E. S. Soofi),
    Connectedness of Gini, Fisher and Shannon by Bayes risk under proportional hazards,
    J. Appl. Probab. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    2. M. Asadi (Joint with S. Ashrafi),
    The failure probability of components in three-sate networks with applications to age replacement policy,
    J. Appl. Probab. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    3. L. Sharifan,
    Minimal free resolution of monomial ideals by iterated mapping cone,
    Bull. Iranian Math. Soc. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    4. T. Sharif,
    Andre-Quillen homology and complete intersection dimensions,
    Czechoslovak Math. J. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    5. M. Yousofzadeh (Joint with R. Aramian),
    The core of an extended affine Lie superalgebra (A characterization),
    Publ. RIMS, Kyoto Univ. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    6. P. Sahandi,
    Characterizations of graded Prufer ∗-multiplication domains, II,
    Bull. Iranian Math. Soc. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    7. K. Bahmanpour (Joint with J. A'zami and Gh. Ghasemi),
    A short note on cohomological dimension,
    Mosc. Math. J. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    8. K. Samei (Joint with S. Bagheri, F. Nabaei, and R. Rezaei),
    Reduction graph and its application on algebraic graphs,
    Rocky Mountain J. Math. (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    9. M. Behboodi (Joint with Sh. Asgari),
    Commutative rings whose proper ideals are direct sums of uniform modules,
    Comm. Algebra (to appear) [abstract]   
     
    10. M. Behboodi (Joint with S. Heidari),
    Commutative rings whose proper ideals are serial,
    Algebr. Represent Theor. (to appear) [abstract]   
     

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