American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
http://www.sciepub.com/journal/AJAMS
American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles in all areas of applied mathematics and statistics. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of applied mathematics and statistics.Science and Education Publishingen2013 Science and Education Publishing Co. Ltd All rights reserved.American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
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Modeling Volatility under Normal and Student-t Distributional Assumptions (A Case Study of the Kenyan Exchange Rates)
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{^{i}^{}} models for modeling daily changes in logarithmic exchange rates (log Rt^{{}^{ii}^{}}) are analyzed here. One is based on modeling the data on assumption of normal distribution and the other is based on the standardized student-t distribution. In particular, the (log Rt) of USDKES^{{}^{iii}^{}}, EUROKES^{{}^{iv}^{}}^{ }and GBPKES^{{}^{v}^{}} are considered. For each assumption EGARCH is fitted, with varying numbers of parameters, and attempt to replicate the empirical (log Rt) sequence via simulation. Assessing the fit of each model, it is concluded that the families of EGARCH models with t-innovations adequately reflect the empirical nature of the (log Rt) sequence and therefore provides a better prediction model.]]>
Rotich Titus Kipkoech
2014-06-12Science and Education Publishing2014-06-124217918410.12691/ajams-2-4-1
New Proxy of Financial Development and Economic Growth in Medium-Income Countries: A Bootstrap Panel Granger Causality Analysis
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Khalil Mhadhbi
2014-06-12Science and Education Publishing2014-06-124218519210.12691/ajams-2-4-2
Generalized Duality for a Nondifferentiable Control Problem
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I. Husain, Vikas K. Jain, Abdul Raoof Shah
2014-06-30Science and Education Publishing2014-06-304219320210.12691/ajams-2-4-3
Fuzzy Eoq Model for Deteriorating Items with Exponential Membership Function
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H.P. UMAP
2014-07-07Science and Education Publishing2014-07-074220320610.12691/ajams-2-4-4
Common Fixed Point Theorem of Comatible Mappings in Metric Space
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paper we prove a common fixed point theoremof compatible mappings of type (R). Our result modify the result of M. Koireng Meitei [4].]]>
R K Gujetiya, Mala Hakwadiya, Dheeraj Kumari Mali
2014-07-24Science and Education Publishing2014-07-244220721110.12691/ajams-2-4-5
On Predicting the Long Run Behaviour of Nigerian Bank Stocks Prices: a Markov Chain Approach
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/6
Christian Elendu Onwukwe, Timothy Kayode Samson
2014-07-27Science and Education Publishing2014-07-274221221510.12691/ajams-2-4-6
Total Domination Subdivision Number in Strong Product Graph
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D of vertices in a graph G(V,E) is called a total dominating set if every vertex v∈V is adjacent to an element of D. The domination subdivision number of a graph G is the minimum number of edges that must be subdivided in order to increase the domination number of a graph. In this paper, we determine the total domination number for strong product graph and establish bounds on the total domination subdivision number for strong product graph.]]>
P. Jeyanthi, G. Hemalatha, B. Davvaz
2014-07-28Science and Education Publishing2014-07-284221621910.12691/ajams-2-4-7
Generalised Common Fixed Point Theorem for <i>S</i> - Compatible Mapping in Metric Space
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R K Gujetiya, Dheeraj Kumari Mali, Mala Hakwadiya
2014-08-01Science and Education Publishing2014-08-014222022310.12691/ajams-2-4-8
A Survey of R Software for Parallel Computing
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R Archive Network (CRAN) using the statistical software R. These packages can utilize multicore systems often found in modern personal computers as well as computer cluster or grid computing in order to provide linear speed up the computations in many of advanced statistical modern applications. Some illustrative R parallel codes are given in order to introduce the reader to some basic ideas about parallel programming in R packages.]]>
Esam Mahdi
2014-08-04Science and Education Publishing2014-08-044222423010.12691/ajams-2-4-9
Variational Homotopy Perturbation Method for the Nonlinear Generalized Regularized Long Wave Equation
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Amruta Daga, Vikas Pradhan
2014-08-07Science and Education Publishing2014-08-074223123410.12691/ajams-2-4-10
A-Optimal Split Plot Design for Estimating Variance Components
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/11
Nuga O.A, Amahia G.N, Fakorede A
2014-08-07Science and Education Publishing2014-08-074223523810.12691/ajams-2-4-11
Common Fixed Points of a Countable Family of I-Nonexpansive Multivalued Mappings in Banach Spaces
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/12
Poonam Lata Sagar, S.K. Malhotra
2014-08-12Science and Education Publishing2014-08-124223924310.12691/ajams-2-4-12
Related Fixed Point Theorem for Mappings on Three Metric Spaces
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/13
L. Bishwakumar, Yumnam Rohen
2014-08-13Science and Education Publishing2014-08-134224424510.12691/ajams-2-4-13
Analyze JPEG File Size for Random Pictures Using Random Function in Mathematica
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/14
Tanvir Prince
2014-08-13Science and Education Publishing2014-08-134224624810.12691/ajams-2-4-14
Coincidence Point Theorem of Two Self-Mappings in Ordered Cone Metric Spaces
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/4/15
K. Prudhvi
2014-08-17Science and Education Publishing2014-08-174224925110.12691/ajams-2-4-15