Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Applications
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Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Applications is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles in all areas of mathematical sciences and applications. 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 mathematical sciences and applications.Science and Education Publishingen2013 Science and Education Publishing Co. Ltd All rights reserved.Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Applications
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January 2017
2013 Science and Education Publishing Co. Ltd All rights reserved.
Modelling of Multivariate Stationary Time Series Using Rational Approximation of the Spectral Density Function and Wavelet Coherence
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Chithralekha. K, Jessy John C
2017-2-9Science and Education Publishing2017-2-91511610.12691/jmsa-5-1-1
A Common Fixed Point Theorem for Pair of Mappings in Cone Metric Spaces
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K. Prudhvi
2017-2-18Science and Education Publishing2017-2-1815171810.12691/jmsa-5-1-2
Family of Functional Inequalities for the Uniform Measure
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generated by the Legendre operatoracting on the Hilbert space with respect to the uniform measureBy means of a simple method involving some semigroup techniques, we describe a large family of optimal integral inequalities with the Poincaré and logarithmic Sobolev inequalities as particular cases.]]>
Khalid Boutahir, Ali Hafidi
2017-6-9Science and Education Publishing2017-6-915192310.12691/jmsa-5-1-3
The Number of Fuzzy Clopen Sets in Fuzzy Topological Spaces
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the number of fuzzy clopen sets in an arbitrary fuzzy topological space can be any natural number greater than 1 if it is finite. We give an upper bound for this number. We shall also prove that the number of all crisp fuzzy clopen sets in an arbitrary fuzzy topological space is a power of 2 if it is finite.]]>
Ali Ahmad Ali Fora
2017-7-14Science and Education Publishing2017-7-1415242610.12691/jmsa-5-1-4