Central Configuration of the N-Body Problem and Spacecraft Orbital Design, Dr. Zhifu Xie.- A Note on Fractional Calculus and some Applications. Dr. Gaston N'Guerekata.- A note on Non-Autonomous Systems of Second-Order Differential Equations, Dr. Toka Diagana.- How the Talmud divides an Estate among Creditors, Dr. Stephen Schecter.- On the non-uniqueness of the decomposition of weighted pseudo-almost periodic functions. Dr. Gaston N'Guerekata.-Note on the almost periodic Beverton-Holt equation. Paul Bezandry.- Piecewise-defined Difference Equations: Open Problem, Dr. Candace Kent.- Mathematics Behind Microstructures, Dr. Daniel Vasiliu.- Tool Support for Efficient Programming of Graphics Processing Units, Dr. Kostadin Damevski.- Association Studies of Racial Disparities in Cancer Survivability, Dr. Lisa Walls and Dr. Weidong Mao.- Perfect Hexagons, Elementary Triangle and the Center of Cubic Curve. -Dr. Raymond Fletcher.
This volume contains the invited contributions from talks delivered in the Fall 2011 series of the Seminar on Mathematical Sciences and Applications 2011 at Virginia State University. Contributors to this volume, who are leading researchers in their fields, present their work in a way to generate genuine interdisciplinary interaction. Thus all articles therein are selective, self-contained, and are pedagogically exposed and help to foster student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to stimulate graduate and undergraduate research and collaboration between researchers in different areas. This work is suitable for both students and researchers in a variety of interdisciplinary fields namely, mathematics as it applies to engineering, physical-chemistry, nanotechnology, life sciences, computer science, finance, economics, and game theory.
Advanced research and applications in the mathematical sciences made accessible to a wide audience
Emphasis on the applicability of the research and its relevance to other research areas
Contributions written by experts for a multidisciplinary group of students and faculty