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Mathematics, its Applications and History
Authors:   S. G. Dani

ISBN: 978-81-8487-723-6 
Publication Year:   2022
Pages:   300
Binding:   Paper Back

About the book

A collection of papers presented at the occasion of the centenary anniversary celebration of Ramjas College, Delhi. This volume is intended for graduate, post graduate students, academicians and researchers. The papers comprise of a wide range of themes in the areas of algebra, analysis and applications, including detailed surveys on selected topics. Focused expositions of important and widely applied applications in emerging topics, as well as original research articles are presented. The text includes articles on the history of mathematics, knowledge on mensuration of circle in ancient India and a profile of calculus as it stood. in the eighteenth-century Europe, vis-à-vis with the calculus of Newton and Leibnitz.

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Table of content

Preface / Introduction / Nullstellensätze and Applications / Almost Relative Injective Modules - An Introduction / Parallel Summabilty and EP matrices / Fibonacci Fervour in Linear Algebra and Quantum Information Theory / Algorithm for Generalized Entropy Method / On Coefficient Problem for Bi-Univalent Analytic Functions / Convolution of Harmonic Mapping with n-starlike Mapping / Operator System Theory: A Survey / Potential Theory on Stratied Lie Groups (A Tribute to E. M. Stein) / Cognition of the Circle in Ancient India / Eighteenth-century calculi: Newtonian, Leibnizian, Eulerian and Lagrangian.

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