Special Issue: Recent developments in pure and applied mathematics and its applications
The practise of using mathematical concepts and equations in the actual world to solve analytical issues in the areas of technology, healthcare, science, and business is known as applied mathematics. To effectively forecast trends and what could happen in the future, the field mostly uses pattern and analytic recognition. A specialist in applied mathematics must be familiar with computing methods and algorithmic applications. Researchers in this area frequently expertise in engineering, statistics, and data analytics. It's interesting to note that use of mathematical and statistical analysis is necessary in applied mathematics.
The study and investigation of abstract mathematical theories and notions is a part of pure mathematics. Although hypothesis formulation and research are supported by pure mathematics, the idea of pure mathematics is supportive of creativity and application in applied mathematics.
Researchers are able to explore modelling, theoretical application, computing, and mathematical analysis thanks to many overlapping notions in applied and pure mathematics.
This Special Issue intends to contribute to the development and deepening of these topics within the scope of pure and applied mathematics.
We invite researchers to submit their original work, as well as review articles that discuss recent developments, applications, and connections with other fields of science. The focus of this special issue is on the recent developments in pure and applied mathematics and its applications.
Topics that are invited for submission includes (but are not limited to):
- Algebra (Abstract, Linear)
- Analysis (Real, Complex, Functional, Numerical, Fractal)
- Game theory, Information theory and Cryptography
- Fluid dynamics
- Graph theory and Algebraic graph theory
- Differential equations (Ordinary, Partial, Stochastics, Fractional)
- Operation research, Queuing theory, Potential theory
- Statistics, etc
Dr. R. Udhayakumar
Affiliation: Department of Mathematics, School of Advanced Sciences, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
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