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On Innovative Ideas in Pure and Applied Mathematics with Applications

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Guest Editors

Prof. Ahmet Ocak Akdemir, Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen University, Turkey
Prof. Maria Alessandra Ragusa, Università di Catania, Italy
Prof. Mustafa Ali Dokuyucu, Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen University, Turkey

Summary

Mathematics is a useful tool that explains physical phenomena, provides a working platform for applied and computational sciences, and establishes relationships between well-known concepts in fields such as statistics, finance, programming and biology. When mathematical concepts are evaluated together with the corresponding phenomena in applied sciences, a solution-oriented approach emerges by giving modeling and simulations to real-world problems. The importance of a true mathematical concept or method lies in the extent to which it serves this solution-oriented approach. The functionality of a differential or integral equation is measured by its contribution to the solution of the real-world problem it represents.

Derivative and integral operators, which are used as tools to understand the working principles of dynamic systems, form the basis of mathematical modeling. The fact that it is so important has led to deep studies on the subject, and it has led to the discovery of fractional operators, which are the general form of integer order operators. The most important difference from the classical derivative and integral is that it has more than one definition in order to obtain the best solution according to the type of problem. However, the fact that it has almost no practical application has caused it to be accepted as an abstract field that includes only mathematical operations. About half a century ago, the paradigm began to move from pure mathematical formulations to applications in various fields, and in the last 20 years fractional operators have entered almost every field of science, engineering and mathematics.

This special issue is to provide an interdisciplinary forum of discussion in different fields of mathematics and statistics but also to physics, engineering, control theory, mathematical biology, chemistry, approximation theory, finance, nature and so on. This issue will be a collection of the high-quality papers. Subject matters should be related to fractional calculus, geometrical and algebraic structures, cryptosystems and applications to real world problems. The main purpose of this special issue is to focus the considerable of findings and methods of the innovative and trend topics in pure and applied mathematics.

 

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

· Disease models

· Fuzzy Fractional differential equations

· Discrete fractional calculus and applications

· Fractional differential equations

· Fractional derivatives and special functions

· Special functions related to fractional (non-integer) order control systems and equations

· Applications of fractional calculus in mechanics

· Applications of fractional calculus in physics

· Fractional diffusion-wave equation systems

· Fractional integral inequalities and their q-analogues

· Inequalities involving the fractional integral operators

· Cryptology

· Geometrical structures with ordinary and fractional operators

· Numerical solution methods and control theory

· Chaos theory

· Regularity of Minimizers for fractional Differential Equations

· Inclusions, inequalities and applications

· Stochastic Analysis and Modelling

· Approximation Theory with Applications


Keywords

Disease models; fractional calculus; control theory; discrete systems; modelling of physical systems; regularity

Published Papers


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    Notes on Curves at a Constant Distance from the Edge of Regression on a Curve in Galilean 3-Space

    Ali Çakmak, Sezai Kızıltuğ, Gökhan Mumcu
    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.135, No.3, pp. 2731-2742, 2023, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2023.024517
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: On Innovative Ideas in Pure and Applied Mathematics with Applications)
    Abstract In this paper, we define the curve at a constant distance from the edge of regression on a curve r(s) with arc length parameter s in Galilean 3-space. Here, d is a non-isotropic or isotropic vector defined as a vector tightly fastened to Frenet trihedron of the curve r(s) in 3-dimensional Galilean space. We build the Frenet frame of the constructed curve with respect to two types of the vector d and we indicate the properties related to the curvatures of the curve . Also, for the curve , we give the conditions to be a circular helix. Furthermore, we… More >

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