Trends in African Diaspora Mathematics Research
Nova Publishers, 2007 - Mathematics - 173 pages
The African Diaspora presents mathematical research of highest rank. It offers a forum for mathematical research with some emphasis on the contributions of all African mathematicians and the rich connections between all African universities and those of other continents. This includes the Denjoy integral, equivalent cohomology, semi-linear equations, rational approximants, automorphic solutions and characterisations of mulitvariate exponential families.
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Profound Equivalent Cohomology
Almost Automorphic Solutions to Some Semilinear Fuzzy Differential Equations
Note on the Smoothness of the Law of Fractional Brownian Sheet
Rational Approximants in a Polydisc versus a Ball in C
Almost Automorphic Solutions of some Nonlinear and Integral Equations in Frechet Spaces
Characterization of Multivariate Exponential Families with Polynomial Variance Function
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