Applied Mathematics: Kolkata, India, February 2014 by Susmita Sarkar, Uma Basu, Soumen De

By Susmita Sarkar, Uma Basu, Soumen De

The publication relies on examine displays on the foreign convention, “Emerging traits in utilized arithmetic: within the reminiscence of Sir Asutosh Mookerjee, S.N. Bose, M.N. Saha and N.R. Sen”, held on the division of utilized arithmetic, college of Calcutta, in the course of 12–14 February 2014. It makes a speciality of numerous rising and tough issues within the box of utilized arithmetic and theoretical physics. The ebook should be a worthwhile source for postgraduate scholars at better degrees and researchers in utilized arithmetic and theoretical physics.

Researchers awarded a wide selection of topics in utilized arithmetic and theoretical physics—such as emergent periodicity in a box of chaos; Ricci stream equation and Poincare conjecture; Bose–Einstein condensation; geometry of neighborhood scale invariance and turbulence; statistical mechanics of human source allocation: mathematical modelling of job-matching in labour markets; touch challenge in elasticity; the Saha equation; computational fluid dynamics with functions in aerospace difficulties; an creation to information assimilation, stochastic research and limits on noise for Holling type-II version, graph theoretical invariants of chemical and organic platforms; strongly correlated levels and quantum section transitions of extremely chilly bosons; and the mathematical modelling of breast melanoma treatment.

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From the University of Calcutta, did her post-doctoral work at the University of Central Florida, USA. She was awarded the UGC Career Award in 1994 and engaged in a number of research projects funded by UGC, CSIR, and the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE). She organized three Department of Science and Technology (DST) sponsored workshops on techniques in Applied Mathematics and edited two books containing some lectures delivered at the workshop by experts from various xxxvii xxxviii About the Editors institutions (published by Narosa).

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15) and as solution symmetries are of no use in giving a symmetry which is compatible with any other conditions. Fortunately the remaining three symmetries are sufficient for the purpose of satisfying the requirement that V (T, S) = G(S) when t = T provided that G(S) takes a specific form. The application of Γ = α3 Γ3 + α4 Γ4 + α5 Γ5 to the terminal condition above leads to the conditions α3 = −α4 exp[(2r − 4q)T ] and α4 exp[(2r − 4q)T ](r G(S) − (r − q)SG (S)) + α5 (2G(S) − SG (S)) = 0. One possibility for the second condition is that r = 2q in which case the conditions become α3 = −α4 and (qα4 + α5 )(2G − SG ) = 0 so that either α5 = −qα4 or G(S) = K S 2 for some constant, K .

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