Applied Science and Computer Mathematics

Open access International Journal

Applied Science and Computer Mathematics is an open access and peer-reviewed journal, published by Further Science Publishing Corporation.

ISSN (online): Update soon; Language: English
Frequency : Two issues per year; Starting year: 2020; Format of Publication: Online.

  • Open Access: Readers have provision to download the articles freely from anywhere, and also freedom to share, and reuse the content with properly cited. There is no Article Processing Charge (APC).
  • Rapid review process: All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed as per the journal policies based on the first decision given to authors within one month after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in ten days.
  • Credits to reviewers: We update the reviewer names and their affiliation details published periodically in the journal website.

LATEST ARTICLES

Fuzzy β-γ-open sets and fuzzy β-γ-open mappings

  • By C. Sivashanmugaraja, S. Antony Jerold
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(2) (2021), 66-71
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In this paper, we introduce the notions of β-γ-closed sets, β-γ-open maps, β*-γ-open maps and β-γ- continuity in fuzzy topological spaces. We explore the relationship between open sets, γ-open sets Read more

Operation approaches on fuzzy pre-γ-continuity and fuzzy weakly pre-γ-continuity in fuzzy topological spaces

  • By C. Sivashanmugaraja
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(2) (2021), 58-65
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Continuity is accurate formulation of the perceptive notion of a mapping that varies with unexpected breaks or jumps. In this paper, we formulate a definition of fuzzy pre-γ-continuity, fuzzy weakly pre-γ-continuity and fuzzy pre-&gamm Read more

Heterocyclyl linked phenyl containing Thiazolidinediones and its Cyclic analogs as potential novel Antidiabetic agents

  • By Karan Bhalla, Rajiv Mall
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(2) (2021): 46-57
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Thiazolidinediones derivatives represent a vital class of organic compounds with broad biological activities for treatment of diseases such as diabetes, cancer etc. We describe here different class of synthetic heterocyclic α-glucosidase inh Read more

Proximate and Phytochemical Analysis of the Leaves of Justicia carnea Lindi and Justicia secunda Vahl and its Taxonomic Implications

  • By Mercy Gospel Ajuru, Kpekot Anthony Kpekot, Goodness Ewauma Robinson, Modesta Chioma Amutadi
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(2) (2021), 33-45
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Proximate and phytochemical analysis of the leaf extracts of Justcia carnea and J. secunda commonly found in Rivers State, Nigeria was carried out using standard methods. Justicia carnea (Flamingo flower) and J. secunda (blood herb, Christ’s Read more

Some new relations between solutions of linear second order Ordinary Differential Equations

  • By Masoud Saravi
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics 2 (2), (2021), 28-32
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In this paper after introducing the concept of pseudo-exact differential equation related to exact differential equation in linear second order Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs), we obtain some relations between function and its two particula Read more

CO2 Assimilation Rates of Polyathia longifolia and Terminalia ivorensis in Sokoto State Nigeria

  • By Godwin Obike Igbokwe, Zubairu Y. Gada, Samaila Adbullahi, Abubarkar Gwaram Bello
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics 2 (2), (2021) , 21-27
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This study aimed to examine the rates of CO2 assimilation of Polyathia longifolia and Terminalia ivorensis in Sokoto State Nigeria. Data for this research was obtained from seven-year-old, evenaged stands in the study area. Haga Hypsometer and Rel Read more

Some Applications of Partial differential Equations on Cancer Research

  • By Masoud Saravi, Sayeh Saravi
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics 2(2), (2021), 11-20
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This is a continuous wok to our previous paper on cancer research. As we mentioned there, since the tumor grows voraciously, the scientists and mathematicians have tried to have a better understanding how it grows using Ordinary Differential Equat Read more

Plane Waveguide with Anisotropic Bottom

  • By Alexander Kleshchev
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2 (2) (2021), 1-10
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Based on the method of imaginary sources and imaginary scatterers the solution to the diffraction problem of sound pulse signals at ideal (soft) prolate spheroid, were putted in the plane waveguide with the elastic bottom. In the work is proved th Read more

Meson Spectra for Heavy Quark Constituents

  • By Hesham Mansour, Ahmed Gamal
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(1) (2021): 37-50
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The spin splitting (relativistic correction) is important to describe the quarkonium systems like (𝑐𝑐̅, 𝑏𝑏̅ and 𝑏̅𝑐) and it gives a good explanation for the quarkonium systems with their mass spectra for heavy quarks. The mass Read more

Class of Sixth Order Modified Newton's Methods for Solving Nonlinear equations

  • By Xiaomeng Wang
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(1) (2021): 28-36
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Two new classes of three-step Newton’s methods based on power mean Newton’s method have been developed, where two existing numerical methods can be regarded as particular cases of the present method. It is shown that the order of conve Read more

Women's Sexual Dysfunction Associated with Cervical Cancer

  • By Soad Abd El Salam, Hanan Elzeblawy Hassan, Hagar Kamal, Ragaa Ali
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(1) (2021): 17-27
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Background: Sexual dysfunction is the major source of suffering for women undergoing treatment of cervical cancer. Female sexuality is more negatively affected by gynecological cancers, as compared with other types of cancers and chronic diseases, Read more

On e*-Separation Axioms in Intuitionistic Fuzzy Topological Spaces

  • By S. Sivasangari, R. Balakumar, G. Saravanakumar
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(1) (2021): 9-16
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The aim of this paper is to introduce some new types of e*-separation axioms (e*-Ti space, for i = 0; 1; 2) in intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces by using the concept of an intuitionistic fuzzy e*- open (e*- closed) sets. Moreover the to Read more

Rough interval valued Pythagorean fuzzy ideals in ternary semigroups

  • By V. Chinnadurai, A. Arulselvam
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 2(1) (2021): 1-8
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In this paper, we discuss Rough interval valued Pythagorean fuzzy sets in ternary semigroups, Rough interval valued Pythagorean fuzzy ideals in ternary semigroups (RIVPFITS) and investigate some interesting properties.
 

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Newton-type methods for solving nonlinear equations using contra harmonic mean

  • By Yanlin Tao
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 1(1) (2020): 32-39
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Newton’s method has been modified in recent years to find a simple root of non-linear equation with accelerated convergence. In this paper, two Newton-like methods for solving a nonlinear equation are proposed. These methods use contra harmo Read more

Detection of C-reactive protein (CRP) using laser

  • By Madhanlal Udhayarasu
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 1(1) (2020): 24-31
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In this study, a method for the detection of C-reactive protein (CRP) using laser is proposed. Lasers are devices that produce intense beams of light which are monochromatic, coherent, and highly collimated. The wavelength (color) of laser light i Read more

Higher order multi-point iterative methods for finding GPS User Position

  • By Kalyanasundaram Madhu
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 1(1) (2020): 15-23
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The basic operation of Global Positioning System involves the detection and measurement, with a GPS receiver, of data carried on electromagnetic signals transmitted by the earth-orbiting GPS satellite constellation and the computation of the trave Read more

Sixteenth order iterative method for solving system of quadratic equations

  • By P. Sivakumar, N. Joshna, H. Prathab, M. Sathiragavan
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 1(1) (2020): 8-14
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This paper proposes a sixteenth order iterative method for solving system of quadratic equations. This method requires evaluation of only two vector function, two Frechet derivatives and only one inverse of Jacobian evaluation per iteration. The t Read more

Two step optimal Jarratt-type fourth order methods using two weight functions for solving nonlinear equations

  • By Xiaomeng Wang, Jian Li
  • Applied Science and Computer Mathematics, 1 (1) (2020) : 01-07
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In this paper, we have presented many classes of two step optimal Jarratt-type fourth order methods using two weight functions. In terms of computational point of view (we suppose all functions and derivative evaluations have the same computationa Read more