On Kolmogorov Complexity of Unitary Transformations in Quantum Computing
A Second Derivative Block Method Derived from a Family of Modified Backward Differentiation Formula (BDF) Type for Solving Stiff Ordinary Differential Equations
Equiprime Ideals and Equiprime Semimodules in Boolean Like Semirings
Numerical Solution of Temperature Profile in Annulus
Mathematical Modelling of EOR Methods
An Introduction to Various Types of Mathematics Teaching Aids
A Simple Method of Numerical Integration for a Class of Singularly Perturbed Two Point Boundary Value Problems
A New Approach to Variant Assignment Problem
A Homotopy Based Method for Nonlinear Fredholm Integral Equations
Proof of Beal's Conjecture and Fermat Last Theorem using Contra Positive Method
Trichotomy–Squared – A Novel Mixed Methods Test and Research Procedure Designed to Analyze, Transform, and Compare Qualitative and Quantitative Data for Education Scientists who are Administrators, Practitioners, Teachers, and Technologists
Algorithmic Triangulation Metrics for Innovative Data Transformation: Defining the Application Process of the Tri–Squared Test
A New Hilbert-Type Inequality In Whole Plane With The Homogeneous Kernel Of Degree 0
Surfaces in R3 with density
Introducing Trinova: “Trichotomous Nomographical Variance” a Post Hoc Advanced Statistical Test of Between and Within Group Variances of Trichotomous Categorical and Outcome Variables of a Significant Tri–Squared Test
This paper provides a novel statistical methodology called “Triple or Tri–Sigma” (“Tri-Σ”) that is designed to conceptually add to the research that has been conducted on and with the Tri–Squared Test (Osler, 2012a). The Tri–Sigma Test is an advanced statistical procedure that is used to analyze multiple Tri–Squared Tests that have been delivered at different times. Tripleseries summation provides an innovative way of investigating the data derived from a series of researchbased investigative instruments that are known as “Trichotomous Tri-Squared Test Triple-I's” (Osler and Mansaray, 2013b). The Triple–I is directly derived from specific research questions as an in-depth associated instrument [first introduced in the i-manager's Journal on Mathematics as a part of the “Tri-Squared Test” (Osler, 2012a)]. This new approach to research inquiry lends additional strength to trichotomous research designs. Trichotomous tests can now be offered at multiple stages, multiple times, and in multiple ways with multiple research questions.
In this work, the author extends the application of the optimal homotopy asymptotic method to the solution of nonlinear Fredholm integral equations of the second kind. Several examples are solved to demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed method. Numerical results are compared with the exact solution.
In this paper, the authors have investigated an unsteady magneto hydrodynamic flow past a parabolic starting motion of the infinite vertical plate with variable temperature and variable mass diffusion. The plate temperature and the concentration level close to the plate are raised with time. The dimensionless governing equations are solved by using Galerkin Finite Element Technique. The effect of velocity, temperature and concentration distribution is studied for different physical parameters.
The fixed point hypotheses in metric spaces are assuming a noteworthy part to develop techniques in arithmetic to take care of issues in connecting applied mathematics and sciences. So the fascination of metric spaces to substantial quantities of mathematicians is understandable. The aim of this paper is to prove common fixed point theorems for Occasionally Weakly Compatible six self mappings. The concept of Occasionally Weakly Compatible Mappings introduced by Al-Thagafi and Shahzad (2008) also generalized the concept of compatible maps and weakly compatible maps in fuzzy metric space. The authors aim to improve the results of Sanodia et al. (2017). Their result generalizes and improves other similar results in the literature.
It is a two dimensional problem where the time matrix T(i, j) is the time of the j job assigned to i person. The time matrix T(i.j) [i=1,2,3,…, m; j=1,2,3,…,n] is known. Each of the person is constrained to do the specified number of jobs. All the persons start working on the jobs simultaneously, but a person cannot work on more than one job at a time. The problem is to assign the n jobs to m persons, with minimum total time with the restriction that each person to do given specified number of jobs. A Lexi search approach is proposed using pattern recognition technique to find an optimal feasible assignment. For this problem a computer program is developed for the algorithm and is tested. It is observed that it takes less time for solving higher dimension problems also.
This paper deals with a simple but efficient numerical integration method to solve a class of singularly perturbed twopoint boundary value problems. Using the methods of exact rule of integration with a finite difference approximation of first derivatives, a three-term recurrence relationship is obtained. The authors have employed Thomas algorithm to obtain the solution of the obtained system. Also, the stability and convergence of the proposed scheme are established. Several model example problems have been solved and the results are presented in terms of maximum absolute errors, which show the accuracy and efficiency of the method. The method produces highly accurate results for a fixed value of step size h when the perturbation parameter e tends to zero.