Theory and Practice of Mathematics and Computer Science Vol. 4
Synopsis
This book covers key areas of mathematics and computer science. The contributions by the authors include electrostatic effect, Gibbs energy principal, equilibrium theory, Lyapunov function, Global stability, area preserving map, Birkho normal form, KAM theorem, synthetic tableaux, principle of bivalence, cut; firstorder theory, universal axiom, cosmology, spacetime dimensions, Cartesian product of sets, genotype test, energetic RP, variation approach, nonlinear integral equation, synthesis problem, bifurcation of solutions, successive approximation method, congestion, deregulated power system, applied mathematics, nonlinear partial differential equations of first order, thermal –hydraulics of single and twophase flow, separateregion mixturefluid model concept. This book contains various materials suitable for students, researchers and academicians in the field of mathematics and computer science.
Chapters

Chapter 1Discussing a Variational Approach to Electrostatics of Polarizable Heterogeneous Substances

Chapter 2Study on Mathematical Model of HIV1 Dynamics with T Cell Activation

Chapter 3A Brief Discussion on Birkhoff Normal Forms, KAM Theory, Periodicity and Symmetries for Certain Rational Difference Equation with Cubic Terms

Chapter 4Study on Synthetic Tableaux with Unrestricted Cut for FirstOrder Theories

Chapter 5Fundamental Fields Included into Geometry in Sixteen Spacetime Dimensions

Chapter 6Advanced Studies on Mathematical Modeling of Sickle Cell Anaemia in Nigeria with Cartesian Product of Sets and Relation

Chapter 7Advanced Study on the Radiation Systems Synthesis by the Energetic Criterion as a Problem of Optimization with Restriction

Chapter 8Study on Optimal Location of FACTS Devices by Evolutionary Programming Based OPF in Deregulated Power Systems

Chapter 9A ThermalHydraulic Coolant Channel Module (CCM) for Single and TwoPhase Flow