One of the accounts indicated that it was founded by Owa Ajibogun, one of the 16 sons of Oduduwa; while the second source indicated that Obokun, a younger son of Oduduwa, established the pre-existing structures built on a solid rock of confederacy of five towns in Obokun area.
Ilesa, ruled by the Owa Obokun Adimula, is one of the earliest and most influential kingdoms, sharing a border with Ile-Ife, the ancestral home of the Yoruba race.
, they will work shoulder to shoulder with Vice chancellor to make the University an ideal one in providing quality education at the door-step of the people, through a strong distance learning system.
Unfortunately, as a consequence of screening, three of the original thirteen OWAS subjects were excluded for being multivariate outliers on crucial variables.
Mathematically, but not statistically, the groups also differed on the FEV1.0/FVC with the OWAS having a higher ratio than the NwNl group.
2010; Yager 1992) have considered the possibility of using the ordered weighted averaging (OWA) operator.
The OWA operator (Yager 1988) is an aggregation operator that provides a parameterized family of aggregation operators between the maximum and the minimum.
After several attempts to amplify the virus genome cDNA of OWAs
by using deduced universal primers, we obtained some virus fragments and determined the full-genome sequence by the gap closing and rapid amplification of cDNA ends methods.
The ratings reflect KCPL's established market position and customer relationships in the optical whitening agent (OWA
) business, and its moderate financial risk profile, marked by healthy gearing and strong debt protection metrics.
The agreements were signed by Sheikh Ali bin Nasser al Hashar, Director of Commercial Affairs for the company and chairpersons of the three OWAs
Note that if the weights of the probabilities and the OWAs
are also uncertain, then, we have to establish a method for dealing with these uncertain weights.