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Advances in Applied Mathematical Problems

Edited by Tadashi Dohi and Mangey Ram
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February 2020
9788770221108
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    3rd February
  • ISBN 9788770221108
  • Language English
  • Pages 250 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$110.00
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August 2019
9788770221092
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    30th August 2019
  • ISBN 9788770221092
  • Language English
  • Pages 250 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$82.50

In recent years, applied mathematics has been used in all novel disciplines of scientific development. Advances in Applied Mathematical Problems summarizes interdisciplinary work within the field of applied mathematics.      

The topics discussed in the book include:

  • Similarity Solutions of Spherical Shock Waves in a Self-Gravitating Ideal Gas
  • Dual Solutions for Finite Element Analysis of Unsteady Hydromagnetic Stagnation Point Flow of Cu-Water Nanofluid Generated by Stretching Sheet
  • Multiparametric modeling of carbon cycle in temperate wetlands for regional climate change analysis using satellite data
  • An Intelligent Neuro Fuzzy System for Pattern Classification
  • Fuzzy inventory model with demand, deterioration and inflation: a comparative study through NGTFN and CNTFN
  • Summability and its application for the stability of the system
  • Design Of Manufacturing, Control, And Automation Systems
  • SEIR - Application for Crop through Water and Soil Texture
  • Advances in radial basis functions
  • Modeling For Time Period Of Natural Frequency For Non-Homogeneous Square Plate With Variable Thickness And Temperature Effect
  • A Study On Metric Fixed Point Theorems Satisfying Integral Type Contractions
  • Objective Function – In Radiometric Studies –Application to Agrs Surveys Associated With Radon
  • Modelling Kernel Function in Black body Radiation Inversion

Preface
Acknowledgement
1. Similarity Solutions of Spherical Shock Waves in a Self-Gravitating Ideal Gas
2. Dual Solutions for Finite Element Analysis of Unsteady Hydromagnetic Stagnation Point Flow of Cu-Water Nanofluid Generated by Stretching Sheet
3. Multiparametric modeling of carbon cycle in temperate wetlands for regional climate change analysis using satellite data
4. An Intelligent Neuro Fuzzy System for Pattern Classification
5. Fuzzy inventory model with demand, deterioration and inflation: a comparative study through NGTFN and CNTFN
6. Summability and its application for the stability of the system
7. Design Of Manufacturing, Control, And Automation Systems
8. SEIR - Application for Crop through Water and Soil Texture
9. Advances in radial basis functions
10. Modeling For Time Period Of Natural Frequency For Non-Homogeneous Square Plate With Variable Thickness And Temperature Effect
11. A Study On Metric Fixed Point Theorems Satisfying Integral Type Contractions
12. Objective Function – In Radiometric Studies –Application to Agrs Surveys Associated With Radon
13. Modelling Kernel Function in Black body Radiation Inversion

Tadashi Dohi

Tadashi Dohi is at Hiroshima University, Japan.

Mangey Ram

Mangey Ram is at Graphic Era University, Dehradun, India.

Lie Group, Imploding Shock Waves, Similarity Solutions, Rankine-Hugoniot Conditions, Ideal Gas, Magnetic Field, Finite element analysis, unsteady hydromagnetic flow, stagnation point, nanofluid, stretching sheet, methane models, wetlands, satellite data, uncertainty, local dynamics, global models, Classification, Intelligent system, Sparse matrix, Fuzzy inventory model with demand, deterioration and inflation: a comparative study through NGTFN and CNTFN, Summability Theory, Regularity of a Summability Process, Stability, Filters, Frequency Response, Moving-average system, radial basis functions, Oscillating impulse system, Exponential system, Mathematical model, System of non-linear differential equations, Basic reproduction number, Local stability, Global stability, Time period, Temperature effect, Square plate