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

Current Issue

Published: 2023-03-21


Numerical simulation of fractional power diffusion biosensors

Ignas Dapšys, Raimondas Čiegis
Abstract 29 | PDF Downloads 10

Page 180–193

On discrete-time models of network worm propagation generated by quadratic operators

Fatima Adilova, Uygun Jamilov, Andrejs Reinfelds
Abstract 27 | PDF Downloads 9

Page 194–217

Collocation based approximations for a class of fractional boundary value problems

Hanna Britt Soots, Kaido Lätt, Arvet Pedas
Abstract 31 | PDF Downloads 9

Page 218–236

On the inverse problems for a family of integro-differential equations

Kamran Suhaib, Asim Ilyas
Abstract 29 | PDF Downloads 11

Page 255–270

On the regularity criterion on one velocity component for the micropolar fluid equations

Ravi P. Agarwal, Ahmad M. Alghamdi, Sadek Gala, Maria Alessandra Ragusa
Abstract 26 | PDF Downloads 7

Page 271–284

Page 308–329

Barycentric rational interpolation method of the Helmholtz equation with irregular domain

Miaomiao Yang, Wentao Ma, Yongbin Ge
Abstract 18 | PDF Downloads 4

Page 330–351

On the Functional Independence of the Riemann Zeta-Function

Virginija Garbaliauskienė, Renata Macaitienė, Darius Šiaučiūnas
Abstract 20 | PDF Downloads 7

Page 352–359

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