Mathematics and Statistics
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics in the College of Science offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts with a major in mathematics, Master of Science with a major in mathematics and Master of Arts for the teaching of mathematics. The department offers a complete complement of courses in a broad range of areas within mathematics including: applied mathematics, C*-Algebras, discrete mathematics/operations research, game theory, geometry, topology, and statistics.
Mathematics is a language used in conveying the understanding of the physical world. It forms a crucial component in physics and engineering applications, business, economics, life sciences, social sciences and any other area where there is a need for quantification in analysis of phenomena.
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(1999)Let f:[0,1]×?2?? be a function satisfying Carathéodory's conditions and e(t)?L1[0,1]. Let ?i?(0,1),ai??,i=1,2,…,m?2,0<?1<?2<?<?m?2<1 be given. This paper is concerned with the problem of existence of a solution for the ...
(1998)This paper develops the impulse control approach to the observation process in Kalman-like filtering problems, which is based on impulsive modeling of the transition matrix in an observation equation. The impulse control ...
(1995)Let f:[0,1]×R2?R be function satisfying Caratheodory's conditions and e(t)?L1[0,1]. Let ??(0,1), ?i?(0,1), ai?0, i=1,2,…,m?2, with ?i=1m?2ai=1, 0<?1<?2<…<?m?2<1 be given. This paper is concerned with the problem of existence ...
(1998)This paper presents the emergency control approach intended to urgently return to the stability basin the system states affected by abrupt changes in certain system coefficients on a short time interval. Because of its ...