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Approximate 2-Dimensional Pexider Quadratic Functional Equations In Fuzzy Normed Spaces And Topological Vector Space, Mohammad A. Abolfathi, Ali Ebadian Jun 2021

Approximate 2-Dimensional Pexider Quadratic Functional Equations In Fuzzy Normed Spaces And Topological Vector Space, Mohammad A. Abolfathi, Ali Ebadian

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In this paper, we prove the Hyers-Ulam stability of the 2-dimensional Pexider quadratic functional equation in fuzzy normed spaces. Moreover, we prove the Hyers-Ulam stability of this functional equation, where f, g are functions defined on an abelian group with values in a topological vector space.


Bessel-Maitland Function Of Several Variables And Its Properties Related To Integral Transforms And Fractional Calculus, Ankita Chandola, Rupakshi M. Pandey, Ritu Agarwal Jun 2021

Bessel-Maitland Function Of Several Variables And Its Properties Related To Integral Transforms And Fractional Calculus, Ankita Chandola, Rupakshi M. Pandey, Ritu Agarwal

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In the recent years, various generalizations of Bessel function were introduced and its various properties were investigated by many authors. Bessel-Maitland function is one of the generalizations of Bessel function. The objective of this paper is to establish a new generalization of Bessel-Maitland function using the extension of beta function involving Appell series and Lauricella functions. Some of its properties including recurrence relation, integral representation and differentiation formula are investigated. Moreover, some properties of Riemann-Liouville fractional operator associated with the new generalization of Bessel-Maitland function are also discussed.


Axisymmetric Thermoelastic Response In A Semi-Elliptic Plate With Kassir’S Nonhomogeneity In The Thickness Direction, Sonal Bhoyar, Vinod Varghese, Lalsingh Khalsa Jun 2021

Axisymmetric Thermoelastic Response In A Semi-Elliptic Plate With Kassir’S Nonhomogeneity In The Thickness Direction, Sonal Bhoyar, Vinod Varghese, Lalsingh Khalsa

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

The main objective is to investigate the transient thermoelastic reaction in a nonhomogeneous semi-elliptical elastic plate heated sectionally on the upper side of the semi-elliptic region. It has been assumed that the thermal conductivity, calorific capacity, elastic modulus and thermal coefficient of expansion were varying through thickness of the nonhomogeneous material according to Kassir’s nonhomogeneity relationship. The transient heat conduction differential equation is solved using an integral transformation technique in terms of Mathieu functions. In these formulations, modified total strain energy is obtained by incorporating the resulting moment and force within the energy term, thus reducing the step of ...


Parametric Art, Shaun Pollard, Daanial Ahmad, Satyanand Singh Dec 2020

Parametric Art, Shaun Pollard, Daanial Ahmad, Satyanand Singh

Publications and Research

Lissajous curves, named after Jules Antoine Lissajous (1822-1880) are generated by the parametric equations 𝑥=𝐴𝑐𝑜𝑠(𝑎𝑡) and 𝑦=𝐵𝑠𝑖𝑛(𝑏𝑡) in its simplistic form. Others have studied these curves and their applications like Nathaniel Bowditch in 1815, and they are often referred to as Bowditch curves as well. Lissajous curves are found in engineering, mathematics, graphic design, physics, and many other backgrounds. In this project entitled “Parametric Art” this project will focus on analyzing these types of equations and manipulating them to create art. We will be investigating these curves by answering a series of questions that elucidate their ...


Applying The Data: Predictive Analytics In Sport, Anthony Teeter, Margo Bergman Nov 2020

Applying The Data: Predictive Analytics In Sport, Anthony Teeter, Margo Bergman

Access*: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship

The history of wagering predictions and their impact on wide reaching disciplines such as statistics and economics dates to at least the 1700’s, if not before. Predicting the outcomes of sports is a multibillion-dollar business that capitalizes on these tools but is in constant development with the addition of big data analytics methods. Sportsline.com, a popular website for fantasy sports leagues, provides odds predictions in multiple sports, produces proprietary computer models of both winning and losing teams, and provides specific point estimates. To test likely candidates for inclusion in these prediction algorithms, the authors developed a computer model ...


Controlling Aircraft Yaw Movement By Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Logic, Yamama Shafeek, Laith Majeed, Rasha Naji Oct 2020

Controlling Aircraft Yaw Movement By Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Logic, Yamama Shafeek, Laith Majeed, Rasha Naji

Emirates Journal for Engineering Research

Aircraft yaw movement is essential in maneuvering; it has been controlled by some methods which achieved tracking but not fast enough. This paper performs the dynamic modeling of aircraft yaw movement and develops PI and PI-like interval type-2 fuzzy logic controller for the model. The mathematical model is derived by inserting the parameters values of single-engine Navion aircraft into standard equations. Using Matlab/ Simulink platform, the controllers' effectivity is tested and verified in two different cases; system without disturbance and when system is disturbed by some wind gust to investigate the system robustness. Simulation results show that PI controller response ...


Statistical Methods For Resolving Intratumor Heterogeneity With Single-Cell Dna Sequencing, Alexander Davis Aug 2020

Statistical Methods For Resolving Intratumor Heterogeneity With Single-Cell Dna Sequencing, Alexander Davis

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Dissertations and Theses (Open Access)

Tumor cells have heterogeneous genotypes, which drives progression and treatment resistance. Such genetic intratumor heterogeneity plays a role in the process of clonal evolution that underlies tumor progression and treatment resistance. Single-cell DNA sequencing is a promising experimental method for studying intratumor heterogeneity, but brings unique statistical challenges in interpreting the resulting data. Researchers lack methods to determine whether sufficiently many cells have been sampled from a tumor. In addition, there are no proven computational methods for determining the ploidy of a cell, a necessary step in the determination of copy number. In this work, software for calculating probabilities from ...


Some Summation Theorems For Clausen’S Hypergeometric Functions With Unit Argument, M. I. Qureshi, Mohammad Shadab Jun 2020

Some Summation Theorems For Clausen’S Hypergeometric Functions With Unit Argument, M. I. Qureshi, Mohammad Shadab

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

Motivated by the work on hypergeometric summation theorems, we establish new summation formula for Clausen’s hypergeometric function with unit argument in terms of pi and natural logarithms of some rational and irrational numbers. For the application purpose, we derive some new and modified summation theorems for Clausen’s hypergeometric functions using our new formula.


Some Contiguous Relation On K-Generalised Hypergeometric Function, Ekta Mittal, Sunil Joshi, Sona Kumari Jun 2020

Some Contiguous Relation On K-Generalised Hypergeometric Function, Ekta Mittal, Sunil Joshi, Sona Kumari

Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)

In this research work our aim is to determine some contiguous relations and some integral transform of the k-generalised hypergeometric functions, by using the concept of “k-Gamma and k-Beta function”. “Obviously if k approaches 1”, then the contiguous function relations become Gauss contiguous relations.


Phylogenetic Networks And Functions That Relate Them, Drew Scalzo Jan 2020

Phylogenetic Networks And Functions That Relate Them, Drew Scalzo

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

Phylogenetic Networks are defined to be simple connected graphs with exactly n labeled nodes of degree one, called leaves, and where all other unlabeled nodes have a degree of at least three. These structures assist us with analyzing ancestral history, and its close relative - phylogenetic trees - garner the same visualization, but without the graph being forced to be connected. In this paper, we examine the various characteristics of Phylogenetic Networks and functions that take these networks as inputs, and convert them to more complex or simpler structures. Furthermore, we look at the nature of functions as they relate to the ...


Symbolic Construction Of Matrix Functions In A Numerical Environment, Evan D. Butterworth Jan 2020

Symbolic Construction Of Matrix Functions In A Numerical Environment, Evan D. Butterworth

Honors College Theses

Within the field of Computational Science, the importance of programs and tools involving systems of differential equations cannot be overemphasized. Many industrial sites, such as nuclear power facilities, are unable to safely operate without these systems. This research explores and studies matrix differential equations and their applications to real computing structures. Through the use of software such as MatLab, I have constructed a toolbox, or collection, of programs that will allow any user to easily calculate a variety of matrix functions. The first tool in this collection is a program that computes the matrix exponential, famously studied and presented by ...


General Nonlinear-Material Elasticity In Classical One-Dimensional Solid Mechanics, Ronald Joseph Giardina Jr Aug 2019

General Nonlinear-Material Elasticity In Classical One-Dimensional Solid Mechanics, Ronald Joseph Giardina Jr

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

We will create a class of generalized ellipses and explore their ability to define a distance on a space and generate continuous, periodic functions. Connections between these continuous, periodic functions and the generalizations of trigonometric functions known in the literature shall be established along with connections between these generalized ellipses and some spectrahedral projections onto the plane, more specifically the well-known multifocal ellipses. The superellipse, or Lam\'{e} curve, will be a special case of the generalized ellipse. Applications of these generalized ellipses shall be explored with regards to some one-dimensional systems of classical mechanics. We will adopt the Ramberg-Osgood ...


Algorithms To Approximate Solutions Of Poisson's Equation In Three Dimensions, Ray Dambrose Mar 2019

Algorithms To Approximate Solutions Of Poisson's Equation In Three Dimensions, Ray Dambrose

Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal

The focus of this research was to develop numerical algorithms to approximate solutions of Poisson's equation in three dimensional rectangular prism domains. Numerical analysis of partial differential equations is vital to understanding and modeling these complex problems. Poisson's equation can be approximated with a finite difference approximation. A system of equations can be formed that gives solutions at internal points of the domain. A computer program was developed to solve this system with inputs such as boundary conditions and a nonhomogenous source function. Approximate solutions are compared with exact solutions to prove their accuracy. The program is tested ...


Using Canalization For The Control Of Discrete Networks, David Murrugarra Oct 2018

Using Canalization For The Control Of Discrete Networks, David Murrugarra

Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research

No abstract provided.


Radial Basis Function Generated Finite Differences For The Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation, Justin Ng Mar 2018

Radial Basis Function Generated Finite Differences For The Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation, Justin Ng

Theses and Dissertations

Solutions to the one-dimensional and two-dimensional nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) equation are obtained numerically using methods based on radial basis functions (RBFs). Periodic boundary conditions are enforced with a non-periodic initial condition over varying domain sizes. The spatial structure of the solutions is represented using RBFs while several explicit and implicit iterative methods for solving ordinary differential equations (ODEs) are used in temporal discretization for the approximate solutions to the NLS equation. Splitting schemes, integration factors and hyperviscosity are used to stabilize the time-stepping schemes and are compared with one another in terms of computational efficiency and accuracy. This thesis shows ...


Ns-Cross Entropy-Based Magdm Under Single-Valued Neutrosophic Set Environment, Florentin Smarandache, Surapati Pramanik, Shyamal Dalapati, Shariful Alam, Tapan Kumar Roy Feb 2018

Ns-Cross Entropy-Based Magdm Under Single-Valued Neutrosophic Set Environment, Florentin Smarandache, Surapati Pramanik, Shyamal Dalapati, Shariful Alam, Tapan Kumar Roy

Mathematics and Statistics Faculty and Staff Publications

A single-valued neutrosophic set has king power to express uncertainty characterized by indeterminacy, inconsistency and incompleteness. Most of the existing single-valued neutrosophic cross entropy bears an asymmetrical behavior and produces an undefined phenomenon in some situations. In order to deal with these disadvantages, we propose a new cross entropy measure under a single-valued neutrosophic set (SVNS) environment, namely NS-cross entropy, and prove its basic properties. Also we define weighted NS-cross entropy measure and investigate its basic properties. We develop a novel multi-attribute group decision-making (MAGDM) strategy that is free from the drawback of asymmetrical behavior and undefined phenomena. It is ...


Progenitors Involving Simple Groups, Nicholas R. Andujo Feb 2018

Progenitors Involving Simple Groups, Nicholas R. Andujo

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

I will be going over writing representations of both permutation and monomial progenitors, which include 2^{*4} : D_4, 2^(*7) :L_2 (7) as permutation progenitors, and monomial progenitors 7^(*2) :_m S_3 \times 2, 11^{*2} :_m (5:2)^{*}5, 11^{*3} :_m (25:3), 11^{*4} :_m (4 : 5)^{*}5. Also, the images of these different progenitors at both lower and higher fields and orders. \\ We will also do the double coset enumeration of S5 over D6, S6 over 5 : 4, A_5 x A_5 over (5:2)^{*}5, and go on to also do the double coset enumeration over ...


Positive Definite Functions And Dual Pairs Of Locally Convex Spaces, Daniel Alpay, Saak Gabriyelyan Jan 2018

Positive Definite Functions And Dual Pairs Of Locally Convex Spaces, Daniel Alpay, Saak Gabriyelyan

Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research

Using pairs of locally convex topological vector spaces in duality and topologies defined by directed families of sets bounded with respect to the duality, we prove general factorization theorems and general dilation theorems for operator-valued positive definite functions.


Distributed Evolution Of Spiking Neuron Models On Apache Mahout For Time Series Analysis, Andrew Palumbo Oct 2017

Distributed Evolution Of Spiking Neuron Models On Apache Mahout For Time Series Analysis, Andrew Palumbo

Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research

No abstract provided.


Conference Program, University Of Dayton Jun 2017

Conference Program, University Of Dayton

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

Document provides a list of the sessions, speakers, workshops, and committees of the 32nd Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications.


A Compact Minimal Space Whose Cartesian Square Is Not Minimal, Jan P. Boronski, Alex Clark, Piotr Oprocha Jun 2017

A Compact Minimal Space Whose Cartesian Square Is Not Minimal, Jan P. Boronski, Alex Clark, Piotr Oprocha

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

A compact metric space X is called minimal if it admits a minimal homeomorphism; i.e. a homeomorphism h:X→ X such that the forward orbit {hn(x):n=1, 2, ...} is dense in X, for every x ∈ X. In my talk I shall outline a construction of a family of 1-dimensional minimal spaces from "A compact minimal space Y such that its square YxY is not minimal" whose existence answer the following long standing problem in the negative.

Problem. Is minimality preserved under Cartesian product in the class of compact spaces?

Note that for the fixed point property ...


A New Class Of Dendrites Having Unique Second Symmetric Product, David Maya, José G. Anaya, Fernando Orozco Zitli Jun 2017

A New Class Of Dendrites Having Unique Second Symmetric Product, David Maya, José G. Anaya, Fernando Orozco Zitli

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

The second symmetric product of a continuum X, F2(X), is the hyperspace consisting of all nonempty subsets of X having at most two points. A continuum X has unique hyperspace F2(X) provided that each continuum Y satisfying that F2(X) and F2(Y) are homeomorphic must be homeomorphic to X. In this talk, a new class of dendrites having unique F2(X) will be presented.


Cohen Reals And The Sequential Order Of Groups, Alexander Shibakov Jun 2017

Cohen Reals And The Sequential Order Of Groups, Alexander Shibakov

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

We show that adding uncountably many Cohen reals to a model of diamond results in a model with no countable sequential group with an intermediate sequential order. The same model has an uncountable group of sequential order 2. We also discuss related questions.


Sequential Order Of Compact Scattered Spaces, Alan Dow Jun 2017

Sequential Order Of Compact Scattered Spaces, Alan Dow

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

A space is sequential if the closure of set can be obtained by iteratively adding limits of converging sequences. The sequential order of a space is a measure of how many iterations are required. A space is scattered if every non-empty set has a relative isolated point. It is not known if it is consistent that there is a countable (or finite) upper bound on the sequential order of a compact sequential space. We consider the properties of compact scattered spaces with infinite sequential order.


Spaces With No S Or L Subspaces, Joan Hart, Kenneth Kunen Jun 2017

Spaces With No S Or L Subspaces, Joan Hart, Kenneth Kunen

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

We show it consistent for spaces X and Y to be both HS and HL even though their product X ×Y contains an S-space. Recall that an S-space is a T3 space that is HS but not HL.

More generally, consider spaces that contain neither an S-space nor an L-space. We say a space is ESLC iff each of its subspaces is either both HS and HL or neither HS nor HL. The "C" in "ESLC" refers to HC; a space is HC iff each of its subspaces has the ccc (countable chain condition) (iff the space has no ...


Disjoint Infinity Borel Functions, Daniel Hathaway Jun 2017

Disjoint Infinity Borel Functions, Daniel Hathaway

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

Consider the statement that every uncountable set of reals can be surjected onto R by a Borel function. This is implied by the statement that every uncountable set of reals has a perfect subset. It is also implied by a new statement D which we will discuss: for each real a there is a Borel function fa : RtoR and for each function g : RtoR there is a countable set G(g) of reals such that the following is true: for each a in R and for each function g : R to R, if fa is disjoint from g ...


On The Chogoshvili Homology Theory Of Continuous Maps Of Compact Spaces, Anzor Beridze, Vladimer Baladze Jun 2017

On The Chogoshvili Homology Theory Of Continuous Maps Of Compact Spaces, Anzor Beridze, Vladimer Baladze

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

In this paper an exact homology functor from the category MorC of continuous maps of compact Hausdorff spaces to the category LES of long exact sequences of abelian groups is defined (cf. [2], [3], [5]). This functor is an extension of the Hu homology theory, which is uniquely defined on the category of continuous maps of finite CW complexes and is constructed without the relative homology groups [9]. To define the given homology functor we use the Chogoshvili construction of projective homology theory [7], [8]. For each continuous map f:X → Y of compact spaces, using the notion of ...


Hausdorff Dimension Of Kuperberg Minimal Sets, Daniel Ingbretson Jun 2017

Hausdorff Dimension Of Kuperberg Minimal Sets, Daniel Ingbretson

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

The Seifert conjecture was answered negatively in 1994 by Kuperberg who constructed a smooth aperiodic flow on a three-manifold. This construction was later found to contain a minimal set with a complicated topology. The minimal set is embedded as a lamination by surfaces with a Cantor transversal of Lebesgue measure zero. In this talk we will discuss the pseudogroup dynamics on the transversal, the induced symbolic dynamics, and the Hausdorff dimension of the Cantor set.


On The Axiomatic Systems Of Steenrod Homology Theory Of Compact Spaces, Leonard Mdzinarishvili, Anzor Beridze Jun 2017

On The Axiomatic Systems Of Steenrod Homology Theory Of Compact Spaces, Leonard Mdzinarishvili, Anzor Beridze

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

The Steenrod homology theory on the category of compact metric pairs was axiomatically described by J.Milnor. In Milnor, the uniqueness theorem is proved using the Eilenberg-Steenrod axioms and as well as relative homeomorphism and clusres axioms. J. Milnor constructed the homology theory on the category Top2C of compact Hausdorff pairs and proved that on the given category it satisfies nine axioms - the Eilenberg-Steenrod, relative homeomorphis and cluster axioms (see theorem 5 in Milnor). Besides, he proved that constructed homology theory satisfies partial continuity property on the subcategory Top2CM (see theorem 4 in Milnor) and the ...


Totally Geodesic Surfaces In Arithmetic Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds, Benjamin Linowitz, Jeffrey S. Meyer Jun 2017

Totally Geodesic Surfaces In Arithmetic Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds, Benjamin Linowitz, Jeffrey S. Meyer

Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

In this talk we will discuss some recent work on the problem of determining the extent to which the geometry of an arithmetic hyperbolic 3-manifold M is determined by the geometric genus spectrum of M (i.e., the set of isometry classes of finite area, properly immersed, totally geodesic surfaces of M, considered up to free homotopy). In particular, we will give bounds on the totally geodesic 2-systole, construct infinitely many incommensurable manifolds with the same initial geometric genus spectrum and analyze the growth of the genera of minimal surfaces across commensurability classes. These results have applications to the study ...