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Mathematical Modelling and Analysis publishes original research on all areas of mathematical modelling and analysis. More information ...

Current Issue

Published: 2024-03-26


Joint discrete approximation of analytic functions by shifts of Lerch zeta-functions

Antanas Laurinčikas, Toma Mikalauskaitė, Darius Šiaučiūnas
Abstract 78 | PDF Downloads 72

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Topographical effects on wave scattering by an elastic plate floating on two-layer fluid

Ramanababu Kaligatla, Nagmani Prasad
Abstract 64 | PDF Downloads 72

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The dirichlet problem for a class of anisotropic Schrödinger-Kirchhoff-type equations with critical exponent

Nabil Chems Eddine, Anh Tuan Nguyen, Maria Alessandra Ragusa
Abstract 111 | PDF Downloads 94

Page 254–267

Some considerations on numerical methods for Cauchy singular integral equations on the real line

Maria Rosaria Capobianco, Giuliana Criscuolo
Abstract 38 | PDF Downloads 46

Page 268–276

Comparative analysis of models of genetic and neuronal networks

Diana Ogorelova, Felix Sadyrbaev
Abstract 44 | PDF Downloads 49

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A discrete version of the Mishou theorem related to periodic zeta-functions

Aidas Balčiūnas, Mindaugas Jasas, Audronė Rimkevičienė
Abstract 45 | PDF Downloads 50

Page 331–346

A modified Newton-secant method for solving nonsmooth generalized equations

Vitaliano de Sousa Amaral, Paulo Sérgio Marques dos Santos, Gilson N. Silva, Sissy Souza
Abstract 72 | PDF Downloads 75

Page 347–366

A Singular nonlinear problems with natural growth in the gradient

Boussad Hamour
Abstract 107 | PDF Downloads 87

Page 367–386

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