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Category: Issue 3

3-Minimally Nonouterplanar Graphs of Semitotal – Block Graphs and Total – Block Graphs

1M. H. MUDDEBINAL, 2JAYASHREE B. SHETTY and 3SHABBIR AHMED

ABSTRACT:

In this paper, we obtain characterizations of graphs whose semitotal-block graphs and total-block graphs are 3-minimally
nonouterplanar.

KEYWORDS: ["Block Graphs"]


In this paper, we obtain characterizations of graphs whose semitotal-block graphs and total-block graphs are 3-minimally nonouterplanar.

Analysis of the Depression, Stress and Anxiety Experienced by the Plus two Students Studying in City Schools of Chennai Using NASFCMs Model

S.UDAYAKUMAR and R.SHANMUGAPRIYA

ABSTRACT:

In this paper we study the stress experienced by the plus two students studying in city schools opting for science stream is analysed using New Average Simple Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (NAFCMs) model.

KEYWORDS: ["NASFCMs Model"]


In this paper we study the stress experienced by the plus two students studying in city schools opting for science stream is analysed using New Average Simple Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (NAFCMs)...

Group Semirings Using Distributive Lattices As Semirings

ABSTRACT:

In this paper group semirings using distributive lattices as semirings is studied. The condition on the distributive lattices as well as on the groups are given for the group semiring to have zero divisors, idempotents, S-zero divisors, S-anti zero divisors and S-idempotents. This is the first time such analysis has been carried out on these groupsemirings.

KEYWORDS: -


In this paper group semirings using distributive lattices as semirings is studied. The condition on the distributive lattices as well as on the groups are given for the group semiring to...

Merged FCMS Model to Study the Problems Faced by Locals Living Around Kodungaiyur Dump Yard

R.VASUKI
Department of Maths SIVET College Chennai-601302 (India)
K. THULUKKANAM (thulukkanamk@gmail.com)
Department of Maths Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Arts College Chennai-39 (India)

ABSTRACT:

In this paper authors study the problems faced by the locals living around the dumpyard of Kodungaiyur using merged FCMs model. Here we study the health problems faced by the locals due to the dumping of solid waste. This study was carried out by taking a sample survey from around40 persons living in and aroundthe Kodungaiyur area. We have analysed the data using merged FCMs by taking experts opinion

KEYWORDS: Merged Fuzry Cognitive Maps (MFCMs) model, merged graph, merged dynamical system, initial state vectors, Hidden pattem


In this paper authors study the problems faced by the locals living around the dumpyard of Kodungaiyur using merged FCMs model. Here we study the health problems faced by...

study of Stress experienced by Plus two students using Combined Overlap Btock Buzzy Cognitive maps

S.UDAYAKUMAR
Department of Mathematics, AVVM Sri Pushparn college (Autonomous), Poondi, Thanj avur (India)
R.SHANMUGAPRIYA
Department of Mathematics, AVVM Sri Pushparn college (Autonomous), Poondi, Thanj avur (India)

ABSTRACT:

In this paper we study the stress experiencedby plus two students studying in schools in chennai using combined overlap bloack fuzzycognitive maps (COBFCMs) model.The paper studies the stress created by parents, teachers, , tuition centres etc..This paper has four sections. Section 1 is introductory in nature, section 2 describes the problem. COBFCMs model is applied to the problem in section three. Final section gives the conclusions based on our study’

KEYWORDS: Fnzzy Cognitive Maps, Hidden pattern, fixed point,, Combined overlap block, Frtzzy Cognitive Maps Models


In this paper we study the stress experiencedby plus two students studying in schools in chennai using combined overlap bloack fuzzycognitive maps (COBFCMs) model.The paper studies the stress created...

On the Absolute Euler Summability of a Factored Fourier Series

SATISH CHANDRA
Department of Mathematics, S.M. Post-Graduate College, Chandausi- 244 412 (India)
ISHAN KUMAR (ishan4@gmail.com)
Department of Electronics and Communication, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, Hyderabad Campus – 500 078 (India)

ABSTRACT:

In this paper we have proved a theorem on the Absolute Euler Summability of a Factored Fourier series, Which generalizes various known results.

KEYWORDS: Absolute Euler Summability,, Factored Fourier series, 2000 Mafiematics subject classification : 40 DO5, 40 EO5, 40 FO5, 40GO5, 42CO5and42ClO


In this paper we have proved a theorem on the Absolute Euler Summability of a Factored Fourier series, Which generalizes various known results.

Study of Teacher Student Relationship Using New Average Fuzry Relational Maps (NAFRMs) Models

S. UDAYAKUMAR
Department of Mathematics, AVVM Sri Pushpam College (Autonornous), Poondi, Thanj avur (India)
A. GEETHALAKSHMI
Department of Mathematics, AVVM Sri Pushpam College (Autonornous), Poondi, Thanj avur (India)

ABSTRACT:

In this paper the influence of a teacher over the students studying in college in Tamil Nadu is analyzed. The class must be made learner centric and the teacher must be devoted to the profession to make the students a better educated generation. Here Fuzzy Relational Maps and the New Average Fuzzy Relational Maps are used for this study. The study is made by a pilot survey. Conclusions based on our study is given using comparative tables

KEYWORDS: FuzzyRelational Maps @RMs) model, NewAverage Fuzzy Relational Maps (NAFRMs) model, Hidden pattern, Fixed point


In this paper the influence of a teacher over the students studying in college in Tamil Nadu is analyzed. The class must be made learner centric and the teacher...

Bianchi IVpe II Bulk Viscous Stiff Fluid Model in General Relativitv

B.L. MEENA (drblmina@rediffrnail.com)
Department of Mathematics, Govt. P.G. College, Tonk, Rajasthan (India)

ABSTRACT:

Bianchi Type II stifffluid model in presence of bulk viscosity in General Relativity is investigated to get the deterministic model of the universe, we have usedthe stifffluid condition (p1), p the matter density, p the isotropic pressure, (0 = constant, ( is the coefficient of bulk viscosity 0 the expansion in the model and o is proportion to 0 which leads to R: Sn where R and S are metric potentials and n is a constant. We furd that reality condition p > 0 is satisfied and the bulk viscosity prevent the matter density to vanish. The model starts with a big bang and the expansion in the model decreases as time increases. The model represents the accelerating and decelerating phases of the universe which matches with latest astronomical observation. The model in general represents anisotropic phase of universe.

KEYWORDS: Bianchi II,, Bulk viscous, Stiff Fluid, General Relativity., 20 I 0 Mathematics Subj ect Classifications : 83 C)C(, 83 FXX


Bianchi Type II stifffluid model in presence of bulk viscosity in General Relativity is investigated to get the deterministic model of the universe, we have usedthe stifffluid condition (p1),...

Some Common Fixed Point Theorem in Cone Metric Space using Rational InequalitY

Jyoti Gupta
Department of Mathematics, M. V. M. Bhopal, M.P. (India)
R.Qureshi
2Add. Director(Rtd.), M.P. Govt., Higher Education, Bhopal (India)

ABSTRACT:

In this paper we prove the conrmon fxed point theorem in cone metric space for rational inequality in normal cone setting. Our results generalize the main result of Jaggis and Dass, Guptal.

KEYWORDS: Common fixed point theorenq, Cone Metric Space, Rational lnequality.


In this paper we prove the conrmon fxed point theorem in cone metric space for rational inequality in normal cone setting. Our results generalize the main result of Jaggis...