Theory and Practice of Mathematics and Computer Science Vol. 3
Synopsis
This book covers key areas of Mathematics and Computer Science. The contributions by the authors include Energy harvest, network, transmitter, multiple nodes, RF Energy Harvesting Networks, KUalgebra, fuzzy KUideal, (bipolar fuzzy) KUideal, (bipolar fuzzy) nfold KUideal, Causality, Lipschitz continuity, linearization, monotone maximal operator, nonlinear feedback system, normality, reflexive Banach space, Oscillation, delay terms, bounded solutions, linear and nonlinear, difference inequalities, MANETs, access scheduling, network capacity, MIMO links, heterogeneous networks, Riccati equation, differential transform method, classical runge kutta 4 method, Property (G), Rainwater set, Property (N), Nikodym set, Property (V HS), Fourier transform in quantum mechanics, Permutation relations between operators, Laws of wave optics, Diffractions of waves by identical objects, Energy, order statistic, probability, spectrum sensing, Singular integral equation, linear and nonlinear VFIE, Homotopy Perturbation Method (HPM), Cauchy kernel, Vulnerability, graphic integer sequence, integrity, tenacity, rupture degree, scattering number, independence number, covering number, clique number, Numerical solution, heat and mass transfer, general purpose graphics processing unit, CUDA etc. This book contains various materials suitable for students, researchers and academicians in the field of Mathematics and Computer Science.
Chapters

Chapter 1Investigating the Characterization of Energy Availability in RF Energy Harvesting Networks

Chapter 2Discussion on Bipolar Fuzzy nfold KUideal of KUalgebras

Chapter 3Nonlinear Feedback Systems on a Reflexive Banach SpaceNormality and Linearization

Chapter 4Studies on Oscillation Criteria for Functional Difference Inequalities with Strongly Bounded Forcing Term

Chapter 5Advanced Study on CapacityOptimized Access Scheduling Control for Heterogeneous MANETs with MIMO Links

Chapter 6Riccati Equation with Variable Coefficient: Solution by Differential Transform Method

Chapter 7Some Applications of Grothendieck Sets

Chapter 8Principles of Quantum Mechanics and Laws of Optics from a Fourier Transform Formula

Chapter 9Brief Discussion: Asymptotic Value of the Probability that the First Order Statistic is from Null Hypothesis

Chapter 10Recent Advancements: Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Mixed Integral Equation with a Generalized Cauchy Kernel

Chapter 11Measuring Network Vulnerability Using Graphic Integer Sequence

Chapter 12A Detailed Account of An Efficient Acceleration of Solving Heat and Mass Transfer Equations in Capillary Porous Radially Composite Cylinder with Different Kinds of Boundary Conditions Using Programmable Graphics Hardware