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Joseph Emmanuel Mullat

Joseph Emmanuel Mullat
Independent Researcher

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Joseph Emmanuel Mullat currently works as Independent Researcher. Joseph does research in Game Theory, Public Economics, Optimal Taxation, Rational Choice Functions, Data Analysis and Cosmology.
Additional affiliations
September 1979 - June 1981
Tallinn University of Technology
Position
  • Professor
September 1972 - August 1979
Tallinn University of Technology
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 1968 - December 1971
Tallinn University of Technology
Field of study
  • Data Analysis
September 1963 - June 1968
Nizhny Novgorod State University
Field of study
  • Computational Mathematics

Publications

Publications (44)
Experiment Findings
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We laid the foundation for interpreting the Planck-2013 mission experiment on the current composition of matter in the Universe-the percentage of visible/baryonic, dark matter/vacuum and dark energy-in terms of differential geometry, resulting in a mirror reflection of the experiment in the form of a stereo-graphic projection. However, we must supp...
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A new book by Forrest W. Noble, Timothy M. Cooper and Joseph E. Mullat What AsCostronomers observe is quite enough to doubt the accepted conclusions that are generally based on the standard Big Bang model. For the alternative cosmological models discussed in the book, distances are calculated for galaxies without using the Hubble constant. This pro...
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In this collection of articles, by a monotone or monotonic system, we understand a set of subsets ordering some indicators. Indicators or credentials of subset elements have a monotonic property synchronizing the dynamic nature of indicators. Indicators in the form of real numbers increase or decrease along with the partial ordering caused by the i...
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We discussed an experiment comparing the angular diameters of the distances between pairs of quasars based on data from publicly available sources. The evaluations were completed in terms of two new methods, which proved to be acceptable in their theoretical estimate of the comoving angular diameter compared to two independent datasets. It turned o...
Data
As I expected, according to my methodology without the Hubble diagram, the QPP's are slightly larger than the QPP's from Falomo et al. articles. I did not understood how these distances to cosmological objects (quasars) have been obtained, although I fully trust that these distances are at least very plausible. My interest is purely personal, beca...
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The article "The circum-galactic medium of quasars: transverse and line-of-sight absorptions " (A. Sandrinelli et al., 2020) indicates that one of the goals of the article is to add data to the already published results (Farina et al., 2013-2014). I was able to download one of the additional materials: "The degree of absorption of Mg II in the near...
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We focused on the possibility of irrationality of transactions when buying shares at a higher price. To show this phenomenon, we use an innovative procedure for statistical analysis of buying and selling stocks in the stock market, whose indicators with a higher dynamics of change compared to other indicators have an advantage in predictive ability...
Research Proposal
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Definition: Under the Monotone System, (Monotone Phenomena), we understand a Totality of sets arranging some indicators as certificates of subsets elements possessing monotone (monotonic) property, which reflects the dynamic nature of the indicators. The indicators, as real numbers, are increasing or decreasing along with the partial order induced...
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Our findings confirm Planck’s satellite data on the composition of the Universe, based on which some predictions were made regarding the dynamics of the Universe in its past and future. On the same basis, a new procedure was developed for calculating distances to galaxies without the use of Hubble’s constant. Then, the procedure for calculating dis...
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Summarizing all our efforts presented in this study, we can conclude that the distances calculated in accordance with the Hubble law are most underestimated in almost the entire spectrum of red shifts. However, the situation is fixable, as shown in Figure 5 below. On the other hand, the excess distances of Noble F. become an order of magnitude grea...
Book
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For the alternative cosmological models discussed in the book, distances to galaxies are calculated without using the Hubble constant. In the beginning, in the present and in the future, new space and matter will arise independently throughout the Universe as a result of parallel and simultaneous gravitational interaction, forming a new hidden vacu...
Research Proposal
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Dear participants, readers, or simply those curious individuals who leaf through the content in the hope of finding something useful. I participated in a physical forum at one time, under the name Mikku88, in the hope of discovering the reaction of professionals to my provocative idea of a phase transition of dark energy into matter. Most likely, a...
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Mullat, Joseph E., The Financing Dilemma Supporting a Project (December 30, 2019). A concept of a kernel was re-visited for coalition formation in a game of interconnected participants characterized by monotonic contribution functions. We focused on special coalitions that have an advantage over the remaining, due to yielding higher contribution o...
Book
The Monotone Phenomenon specifies and formalizes the intuitive notion of arrangement, succession, or composition of items in lists and topologies of various types. The theory was first developed by the author in 1971, and was subsequently further enhanced, resulting in its publication in Russian periodical of MAIK in 1976. Plenum Publishing Corpora...
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Findings from this experiment contributed novel insights into the theoretical field of welfare policy, addressing fundamental questions about wealth redistribution rules and norms. The expenses of the redistribution pertaining to basic goods, as well as those associated with public (non-basic) but vital goods, are separately estimated by transformi...
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Playing a bargaining game, the players with non-conforming expectations were trying to enlarge their share of a sugar-pie. The first player, who was not very keen on sweets, placed an emphasis on quality. In contrast, for the second player, all sweet options, whatever they might be, were open. Thus, this paper aims to determine the negotiating powe...
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The present analysis addresses the apparently critical issue of circulation of wealth in society. Three actors play the game of welfare-related taxation. The first actor, in the role of Negotiator No.1, stands up for citizens’ legal and moral rights to primary needs. The second actor, in the role of Negotiator No.2, proceeds in response to public w...
Conference Paper
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The study addresses important issues relating to computational aspects of coalition formation. However, finding payoffs¾imputations belonging to the core¾is, while almost as well known, an overly complex, NP-hard problem, even for modern supercomputers. The issue becomes uncertain because, among other issues, it is unknown whether the core is non-e...
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It is now almost a common truth that companies needs to avoid Internet abuse become significant in their effectiveness of marketing and merchandising efforts. A possible outcome of such efforts might occasionally be a voluntary solution, which results that the most effective employees in the company be keyed up to leave the company.
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Was presented at the ”Symposium i Advent Statistik” 23-25 Januar 2006. ”Denne publikation indeholder foredrag fra det 28. Symposiet i Anvendt Statistik. Det er symposiets formål at fremme information om såvel anvendt statistik som statistisk databehandling. Symposiet er tværfagligt med særlig vægt på metodik og på fremstilling og fortolkning af re...
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.In a given context, a situation is considered when a retail chain of suppliers, agents and distributors transforms while transaction costs increase. As costs increased, orders and deliveries between relevant chain's groups resulted in the most cost-resilient retail chain. The participants in the most tolerant chain remained in equilibrium, provide...
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Our fiction addresses an important but narrowly defined issue of wealth circulation in the society. In the form of three persons' game we made an inquiry into the welfare effects on taxpayers. Bargainer Nr.1 on legal and moral grounds personalizes taxpayers to have a preference for social services. Bargainer Nr.2 personalizes taxpayers to have a pr...
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Our fiction addresses an important but narrowly defined issue of wealth circulation in the society. In the form of three persons' game we made an inquiry into the welfare effects on taxpayers. Bargainer Nr.1 on legal and moral grounds personalizes taxpayers to have a preference for social services. Bargainer Nr.2 personalizes taxpayers to have a pr...
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The paper addresses an algorithm to perform an analysis on survey data tables with some irreliable entries. The algorithm has almost linear complexity depending on the number of elements in the table. The proposed technique is based on a monotonicity property. An implementation procedure of the algorithm contains a recommendation that might be real...
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Current analysis addresses an apparently critical issue for the circulation of wealth in the society. Three actors play a game with the welfare-related burden of taxation. The first player, in the role of Negotiator No.1, stands up for citizens' legal and moral rights to social services. The second player, in the role of Negotiator No.2, proceeds f...
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Our fiction extrapolates from public economy trends. The technology of the story is merely a settlement for a game, but we try to define and disclose the Welfare State idealized prospective. Thus, we make an effort to justify ambivalent incentives to taxpayers preferences from the angle of three persons game. Bargainer Nr.1 on legal and moral groun...
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We make an effort to justify taxpayers' ambivalent incentives from the angle of three person's game. Bargainer Nr.1 on moral or political grounds has higher level of social benefits in contemplation. Bargainer Nr.2 personalizes taxpayers' consumer incentives for provision of public goods. Player Nr.3 -- taxpayers themselves while financing social b...
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It is now almost a common truth that society needs to avoid environment contamination or damage become significant for nature protection programs of the government and wild life preservation efforts. A possible outcome of such efforts might occasionally be a voluntary solution, which results that some industries are keyed up to find a break not to...
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In this paper, we analyze a discrete-time Markov chain theoretic model of the provision of guided tours to tourists by a private firm. Specifically, we first determine the equilibrium probability distribution of the number of tourists in the guided tour providing firm's waiting room just before this firm begins to match tour guides with tourists. S...
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This paper incorporates into the design of taxes a utilitarian recommendation that the State should maximize “the guaranteed happiness†of individuals. In all our arguments relative to taxes we both characterize and evaluate the Nash bargaining solution. To reach an agreement, the welfare State actors, the social and public agencies, bargain ove...
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A network consisting of suppliers, agents, and distributors is considered. The flow of orders and deliveries between the different elements are determined. We attempt to develop a numerical description of the supply and demand structure for the deliveries of commodities in the network. We suppose that orders and deliveries be met with conditions of...
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The problem of distinguishing condensations in multivariate space of measurements based on a qualitative vector criterion is presented. We find solutions by a special parameterization of functions, the values of which decrease in all regions of the definition in inverse proportion to the values of the parameters.
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The method of analysis of "Markov chain" is described. The method is based on the transformation of the Markov chain into a monotonic system and on the separa-tion of kernels from the transformed chains. Translated from Russian, Mullat, c) 1979. In the original paper, the term used was “telephone switch net,” which was not adopted here, as it is o...
Technical Report
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Heaks kiidetud TPI nõukogus 15. märtsil 1977* protokoll nr.9. Selles metoodilises juhendis vaadeldakse informatsioonitöotlemise meetodeid, mis leiavad uha laiemat kasutamist. Tavaliselt kogutakse informatsiooni selleks, et teha vajalikke järeldusi Inimeste kollektiive, ettevõtete tegevust, tootmisprotsesse, demograafiat jne, puudutavates probleemi...
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A constructive procedure is considered for obtaining singular-determining sequence of elements of monotonic systems studied in [1a]. The relationship between two determining sequences and is also examined, and the obtained result is formulated as a duality theorem. This theorem is used for describing a procedure of restricting the domain of search...
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A general theoretical method is described which is intended for the initial analysis of systems of interrelated elements. Within the framework of the model, a specially postulated monotonicity property for systems guarantees the existence of a special kind of subsystems called kernels. A number of extremal properties and the structure of the kernel...
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In the Baltic Sea the autumn spawning herring forms a smaller number of groups than the spring herring does. This is probably connected with the different location of their spawning grounds. Spawning grounds of the spring herring are concentrated in favorable sites near the coast (in gulf, estuaries, etc.) while between such spawning centers gaps o...

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