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Paper Type |
: | Research Paper |

Title |
: | Generalised Statistical Convergence For Double Sequences |

Country |
: | Nigeria |

Authors |
: | A. M. Brono, Z. U. Siddiqui |

: | 10.9790/5728-0620104 |

**Abstract:** Recently, the concept of ๐ฝ-statistical Convergence was introduced considering a sequence of infinite
matrices ๐ฝ = (๐๐๐ ๐ ). Later, it was used to define and study ๐ฝ-statistical limit point, ๐ฝ-statistical cluster point,
๐ ๐ก๐ฝ โ ๐๐๐๐๐ก inferior and ๐ ๐ก๐ฝ โ ๐๐๐๐๐ก superior. In this paper we analogously define and study 2๐ฝ-statistical
limit, 2๐ฝ-statistical cluster point, ๐ ๐ก2๐ฝ โ ๐๐๐๐๐ก inferior and ๐ ๐ก2๐ฝ โ ๐๐๐๐๐ก superior for double sequences.
**Keywords:** Double sequences, Statistical convergence, ๐ฝ-statistical Convergence Regular matrices, RHregular
matrices.

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**Abstract:** In graph theory, a connected component of an undirected graph is a sub graph in which any two
vertices are connected to each other by paths. For a graph G, if the subgraph of G itself is a connected
component then the graph is called connected, else the graph G is called disconnected and each connected
component sub graph is called it's components. A dominating set Dst of graph G=(V,E) is a non-split strong
dominating set if the induced sub graph < V-Dst > is connected. The non-split strong domination number of G is
the minimum cardinality of a non-split strong dominating set . In this paper constructed a verification method
algorithm for finding a non-split strong dominating set of an interval graph.

**Keywords:** Domination number, Interval graph, Strong dominating set, Strong domination number , split
dominating set.

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**Abstract:** Background: Pneumonia associated with mechanical ventilation (VAP) is one of the important causes of nosocomial infections in pediatric intensive care units (PICU). VAP is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in PICUs. Aim: To assess the compliance to ventilator bundle components: elevation of the head of bed >30, sedation interruption, spontaneous breathing trial, peptic ulcer prophylaxis and its effect on the prevention of VAP. Subjects and Methods: A case control study at PICU of Abo EL Reish El Moneira Hospital, including all mechanically ventilated patients admitted over a period of one year. The study tested the effect of implementation of this bundle as regard the rate of VAP in both group, compliance to bundle and most affecting component of it. Results: There was decrease incidence of VAP after implementation of the bundle, from (50%) to (14%). Development of VAP was mostly affected by being in supine position, long duration of mechanical ventilation and presence of pump failure. (p<0.05) The compliance to bundle components was statistically significant, p= 0.001. Conclusion: VAP rate decreased after implementation of this bundle. Elevation of the head of bed was the most compliant component of bundle in the PICU.

**Key words:** Effective, Pediatric Intensive Care, Ventilator-associated pneumonia, Ventilator bundle

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**Abstract:** The object of this paper is to discuss certain integral properties of a I -function and H -function,
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we establish certain new double integral relation pertaining to a product involving I function and H function.
These double integral relations are unified in nature and act as a key formulae from which we can obtain as their
special case, double integral relations concerning a large number of simple special functions. For the sake of
illustration, we record here some special cases of our main results which are also new and of interest by
themselves. All the result which are established in this paper are basic in nature and are likely to find useful
applications in several fields notably electrical network, probability theory and statistical mechanics.

**Key words. **I function, H -function, Hermite polynomials, Laguerre polynomials.

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: | Research Paper |

Title |
: | Analyzing Employee's Heart rate using Nonlinear Cellular Automata model |

Country |
: | India |

Authors |
: | N. Gururajan, A. Suresh Poobathy |

: | 10.9790/5728-0622035 |

**Abstract:** Non-linear Cellular Automata model is a simulation tool which can be used to diagnosis the intensity of the disease. This paper aims to study the Heart rate behavior between normal respiratory patients and healthy controls/unhealthy controls. We also discuss about Heart Rate Variability (HRV) of employee's through non-linear Cellular Automata model. Cellular Automata model gives us striking results for further studies.

**Keywords**: Cellular Automata (CA), Heart rate variability (HRV), Time domain method and Frequency domain method.

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: | Research Paper |

Title |
: | Modeling and qualitative analysis of malaria epidemiology |

Country |
: | Nigeria |

Authors |
: | Abdulrahman Ndanusa, Aminatu Abimbola Busari |

: | 10.9790/5728-0623642 |

**Abstract:** We develop and analyze a mathematical model on malaria dynamics using ordinary differential equations, in order to investigate the effect of certain parameters on the transmission and spread of the disease. We introduce dimensionless variables for time, fraction of infected human and fraction of infected mosquito and solve the resulting system of ordinary differential equations numerically. Equilibrium points are established and stability criteria analyzed. The results reveal that the parameters play a crucial role in the interaction between human and infected mosquito.

**Keywords โ **Endemic, Epidemic, Epidemiology, Equilibrium, Malaria

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: | Research Paper |

Title |
: | Combination of Cubic and Quartic Plane Curve |

Country |
: | India |

Authors |
: | C.Dayanith |

: | 10.9790/5728-0624353 |

**Abstract:** The set of complex eigenvalues of unistochastic matrices of order three forms a deltoid. A cross-section of the set of unistochastic matrices of order three forms a deltoid.
The set of possible traces of unitary matrices belonging to the group SU(3) forms a deltoid.
The intersection of two deltoids parametrizes a family of Complex Hadamard matrices of order six.
The set of all Simson lines of given triangle, form an envelope in the shape of a deltoid. This is known as the Steiner deltoid or Steiner's hypocycloid after Jakob Steiner who described the shape and symmetry of the curve in 1856.
The envelope of the area bisectors of a triangle is a deltoid (in the broader sense defined above) with vertices at the midpoints of the medians. The sides of the deltoid are arcs of hyperbolas that are asymptotic to the triangle's sides.

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**Abstract:** In this paper, we have studied on the topic of "Corruptionโ. Also, I will try to find or study the effect of corruption on the Development of the country or any country of the world. Therefore, how find the solution of the problem of corruption will be destroyed completely from the society. We have observed that the Development of the country depends upon Corruption. That is, when the Corruption increases, Development decreases automatically of any country of the world. Therefore, I will try to find the formula on the problem of "Relation between the Corruption and Development of any field or any country of the worldโ. Also, I have to highlight the concept of "Application of Mathematical modeling in the interesting problem "corruption" in every field of our country or world .Also, Applied Mathematics focuses on the formulation and study of Mathematical Models .Thus the activity of Applied Mathematics is vitally connected with Research in Pure Mathematics. So I will try to study on it and find, what is corruption and quantity of corruption and also find the growth of corruption and how it will decay? Now we convert this areal world problem to mathematics problem and find some formulae on it such as Mathematical Corruption Growth formula, Mathematical Constant corruption level formula and Mathematical decay of corruption formula.

**Keyword:** applied, modelling, fuzy, mathematical thinking, corruption mentality.

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**Abstract:** Sufficient conditions are obtained for every solution of first order nonlinear neutral delay forced
impulsive differential equations with positive and negative coefficients tends to a constant as t๏ฎ โ.
Mathematics Subject Classification [MSC 2010]:34A37
**Keywords:** Asymptotic behavior, neutral, non linear, forced, differential equation, impulse

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**Abstract:** Environmental pollution, high cost and high energy consumption associated with thermal regeneration of activated carbon polluted with hydrocarbon necessitated the search for a better way of regenerating activated carbon, bioregeneration. Spent granular activated carbon was regenerated having been initially characterized using cultured Pseudomonas Putida. The rate of bioregeneration was studied by varying the volume of bacteria from 10ml, 20ml, 30ml and 40ml. The regeneration temperature was also varied from 25oC to ambient temperature of 27oC, 35oC and further at 40 and 45oC over a period of 21 days. The experimental results showed clear correlation when validated using the Langmuir-Hinshelwood kinetic model. The experiment at ambient temperature showed a negative correlation due to the fluctuation in the ambient temperature unlike all other experiment where temperature was controlled in an autoclave machine.

**Keywords:** Bioregeneration, GAC, Model, Nigeria and Pollution.

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