e-ISSN: 2602-3199
Founded: 2017
Period: Fall
Publisher: ISRES Publishing
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The Eurasia Proceedings of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (EPSTEM) is a reviewed scholarly online international journal. The manuscripts which are accepted for publication in the EPSTEM are invited from the conferences. The Eurasia Proceedings of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (EPSTEM) welcomes any research papers on technology, engineering and basic sciences using techniques from and applications in any technical knowledge domain: original theoretical works, literature reviews, research reports, and review articles. The articles should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to the EPSTEM. The full paper versions of the conference papers are published in the EPSTEM.


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2022 - Volume: 17

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3. On Tzitzeica Curves According to Q-Frame in Euclidean 3-Space

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4. The Role of Project Management in Cyber Warfare with the Support of Artificial Intelligence

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5. Efficiency Evaluation of Cyber Security Based on EBM-DEA Model

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9. Efficient Decolorization of Anionic Dye (Methyl Blue) by Natural-Based Biosorbent (nano-Magnetic Sophora Japonica Fruit Seed Biochar)

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10. Design and Experiments of a Foldable Wheeled-Mobile Robot

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13. Implementation of Essence Practice into Bayesian Networks

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14. Identifying the Antecedents of Public Trust in the Citizen-Centric E-Governance

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15. Centrifugal Pump Design: An Optimization

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16. Artificial Intelligence in HR: Practices and Prospects of the Spread in Ukraine

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17. The Effectiveness of Kindergarten Buildings in Jordan: Shaping the Future toward Child-Friendly Architecture