Welcome to ICEPIT 2014
Photos from the previous version of ICMIS
Photos from the previous version of ICMIS
Photos from the previous version of ICMIS
3rd International Conference on Mathematics & Information Science (ICMIS 2013), will be held in Luxor, Egypt, 2830 Dec. 2013 and will feature advances in Mathematical science, Business, Information Systems Engineering and technology presented by leading African and international researchers. The conference will provide the opportunity to showcase research in mathematics, theoretical physics and information science and technology to engender dialogue and collaboration between Egyptian and international researchers.
Some Grants for Young and Early Stage Researchers are available.
The conference is a part of a series of conferences dedicated to bringing top scientists and technologists to Egypt thereby helping to raise Egyptian science and technology to the highest international standard, raise awareness of governments and industry in Egypt of the importance and excitement of new research and development in technologies, and engender collaborations and research exchanges.
The first conference of this Series Conferences
1st International Conference on Mathematics and Information Security, Sohag, Egypt,. 1315 November 2009
2nd International Conference on Mathematics and Information Sciences, Sohag, Egypt,. 912 September 2011
The best papers, after modification and extension, will be recommended to the following Journals (Indexed by SCI )
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences
Business & Information Systems Engineering
Journal of Computational & Theoretical Nanoscience
Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Applied Sciences
All conference registrants (inperson and virtual) may also submit their written papers for publication in one of the following peer reviewed journals published by SPC at the University of Bahrain:
• International Review of Contemporary Learning Research
• International Journal of Pedagogical Innovations
• Bahrain Student Research Journal
• Journal of Envirodynamics and Modeling
• International Journal of Computing and Digital Systems
• International Journal of Computing and Network Technology
• Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education
• International Journal of Learning Management Systems
• International Journal of Intellectual Property
•SEMAT
• International Journal of Bilingual & Multilingual Teachers of English
•Journal of Data Analysis & Operations Research
•Journal of Educational and Psychological Sciences
•The Arabian Journal of Accounting
•Journal of Law
•Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Applied •Sciences
•Thaqafat
•Journal of Human Sciences
The conference seeks submissions from academia, industry, and government presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of mathematics, engineering, theoretical physics and computer science. Papers describing the application of recent technology, the implementation of systems, science and math teaching and lessons learned are also encouraged.
The best papers, after modification and extension, will be recommended to the following Journals:
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences
Business & Information Systems Engineering
Quantum Physics Letters
Journal of Computational & Theoretical Nanoscience
Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Applied Sciences
Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability
Information Sciences Letters
Mathematical Sciences Letters
Journal of Analysis & Number Theory
International Journal of Thin Films Science and Technology
Quantum Information Review
#1162  
Title:  DUAL SOLUTIONS OF MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS FORCED CONVECTION BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OVER A MOVING POROUS FLAT PLATE IN A NANOFLUID 
Authors Name :  Mohammad A.A. Hamad 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, 71516, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  mybakier@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131221 11:12:31 AM 
Abstract:  The steady twodimensional forced convection boundary layer flow of an incompressible, viscous and electrically conducting nanofluid over a moving porous flat plate with an applied magnetic field normal to the plate is theoretically studied in this paper. The surface convective boundary condition is considered for the energy equation. Three different types of nanoparticles: copper (Cu), alumina (Al2O3) and titania (TiO2) based water fluid with the Prandtl number are considered. The partial differential equations are transformed into ordinary differential or similarity equations. Numerical results of these equations are presented to show the effect of the nanoparticle volume fraction parameter , the convective heat transfer parameter , the power law exponent , the moving wall parameter and the suction parameter on the velocity and temperature profiles as well as on the skin friction coefficient and on the local Nusselt number. The results indicate that dual solutions exist when the plate and the free stream move in the opposite directions. Comparisons with published results are also presented. 
#1161  
Title:  Face Recognition system using Artificial Neural Networks 
Authors Name :  , Mohamed Abd ElHalim ElSayed , Nora Gaber Ahmed 
Authors Address :  
Authors Email:  
Submitted at:  20131220 01:10:15 AM 
Abstract:  Face recognition has received much attention in recent years due to its many applications such as human computer interface, video surveillance and face image database management. It is a challenging technique due to under different lighting conditions, facial expressions and changes in head pose. This paper proposes a novel approach for recognizing the human faces. The recognition is done by comparing the characteristics of the new face to that of known individuals this approach based Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). Neural networks based methods have been widely used in classification for its learning ability and good generalization. The proposed method was tested on The ORL face database, where the images vary in illumination and expression. High recognition rate has been obtained 
#1159  
Title:  Face Recognition system using Artificial Neural Networks 
Authors Name :  Nora Gaber Ahmed 
Authors Address :  Sohag  Egypt 
Authors Email:  noragaber@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131218 08:46:54 PM 
Abstract:  Face recognition has received much attention in recent years due to its many applications such as human computer interface, video surveillance and face image database management. It is a challenging technique due to under different lighting conditions, facial expressions and changes in head pose. This paper proposes a novel approach for recognizing the human faces. The recognition is done by comparing the characteristics of the new face to that of known individuals this approach based Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). Neural networks based methods have been widely used in classification for its learning ability and good generalization. The proposed method was tested on The ORL face database, where the images vary in illumination and expression. High recognition rate has been obtained 
#1158  
Title:  DUAL SOLUTIONS OF MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS FORCED CONVECTION BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OVER A MOVING POROUS FLAT PLATE IN A NANOFLUID 
Authors Name :  Mohammad A.A. Hamad 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, 71516, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  m_a_hamad2044@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131218 01:54:56 PM 
Abstract:  The steady twodimensional forced convection boundary layer flow of an incompressible, viscous and electrically conducting nanofluid over a moving porous flat plate with an applied magnetic field normal to the plate is theoretically studied in this paper. The surface convective boundary condition is considered for the energy equation. Three different types of nanoparticles: copper (Cu), alumina (Al2O3) and titania (TiO2) based water fluid with the Prandtl number are considered. The partial differential equations are transformed into ordinary differential or similarity equations. Numerical results of these equations are presented to show the effect of the nanoparticle volume fraction parameter , the convective heat transfer parameter , the power law exponent , the moving wall parameter and the suction parameter on the velocity and temperature profiles as well as on the skin friction coefficient and on the local Nusselt number. The results indicate that dual solutions exist when the plate and the free stream move in the opposite directions. Comparisons with published results are also presented. 
#1157  
Title:  Quantum Neural Network and its Efficiency 
Authors Name :  Muhammad Atta Othman Ahmed , AbdelHaleem AbdelAty , Mohamed M. Eltokhy , Muhammad Atta Othman Ahmed 
Authors Address :  Egypt  Sohag 
Authors Email:  mkhfagy@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131216 11:19:45 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, a quantum artificial neural network system is proposed. The proposed system combines the advantages of classical artificial neural network (ANN) and the power of quantum physics. It called (Quantum Neural Network QNN). The system introduces a simple function for this model with a quantum input to a neuron with quantum weight and bias applied to a proper activation function. This model is applied and trained for some benchmark problems such as XOR, Toffoli and Fredkin logical gates. The results show that the proposed model is more accurate, fast in compare to classical neural network. In addition, it outperforms some QNN. 
#1156  
Title:  special exact spherically symmetric solution in f(T) 
Authors Name :  Gamal G.L. Nashed 
Authors Address :  Center for Theoretical Physics, The British University in Egypt, ElSherlock City, MiserrIsmaili Desert Road, Postal No. 11837, P.O. Box 43, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  nashed@bue.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131215 09:50:47 PM 
Abstract:  A nondiagonal spherically symmetric tetrad field, involving four unknown functions of radial coordinate $r$, is applied to the equations of motion of f(T) gravity theory. A special exact vacuum solution with one constant of integration is obtained. The scalar torsion related to this special solution vanishes. To understand the physical meaning of the constant of integration we calculate the energy associated with this solution and show how it is related to the gravitational mass of the system. 
#1153  
Title:  Estimation of relaxation time for gas concentration in a bio tissue of Divers 
Authors Name :  Selim Ali Mohammadein 
Authors Address :  Math Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta university 
Authors Email:  selimali40_43@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131215 06:52:36 PM 
Abstract:  This paper presents formula of relaxation time between twophase bubbly flow for gas concentration inside the bio tissues of divers. The relaxation time depends on concentration distribution around the growing gas bubbles in the tissues of divers who surface too quickly. The mathematical model is solved analytically by using the method of combined variables. The relaxation process is valid for variable and constant ambient pressure. The growth process is affected by tissue diffusivity, and the initial void fraction . 
#1152  
Title:  Derivation of thermal relaxation time between twophase flow under the effect of heating sink 
Authors Name :  Selim Ali Mohammadein 
Authors Address :  Math Department 
Authors Email:  selimali40_43@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131215 06:42:15 PM 
Abstract:  The paper presents the thermal relaxation time of a mixture surrounding a growing vapour bubbles between twophase temperatures under the effect of heating sink. The math model is solved analytically by a similarity parameter method of Mohammadein et al (2006) between two finite boundaries. Under these conditions, thermal relaxation time in terms of void fraction affected by initial superheating and thermal diffusivity. Results are compared with previous thermal relaxation times and with Moby Dick experiment. 
#1151  
Title:  Existence solution for nonlinear evolution problem 
Authors Name :  Haddad Tahar , Arroud Chems eddine 
Authors Address :  LMPA Laboratory, Jijel university Jijel 18000, Algeria 
Authors Email:  haddadtr2000@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20131213 09:07:13 PM 
Abstract:  ABSTRACT. In this paper we deal with the problem of existence of absolutely continuous solutions to differential inclusions with a righthand side A upper semicontinuous. For this class of inclusions, it is well known that existence holds under the additional assumption of convexity of the values of A [see 1].In [2] the authors proved an existence result for differential inclusion x(t)∈A(x(t) x(0)=x_0,t≥0 When A is an upper semi continuous multifunction, such that A(x)⊂∂g(x), for all x∈H. In our work we relax the convexity assumption on g that is, we suppose that g is primal lower nice function on an open convex set O. KEYWORDS : non linear differential system, differential inclusion, convexity, upper semicontinuous. REFERENCE [1] J.P.Aubin and A.cellina . Differential inclusion. Springerverlag.Berlin., 1984. [2] A.Bressan, A.Cellina and G.Colombo. Upper semi continuous differential inclusions without convexity. American Mathematical society .Volume 106.N 03.1989. 
#1150  
Title:  EbnElhaitham Publication in Mathematics مؤلفات ابن الهائم في الرياضيات : نماذج للإبداع العربي 
Authors Name :  Mostafa Rajab 
Authors Address :  Sohag University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  Mostafaragab2@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131213 09:50:08 AM 
Abstract:  أتاحت حركة الترجمة – التي ازدهرت في بغداد أوائل القرن الثالث للهجرة – دراسة معظم المؤلفات الرياضية التي وصلت إليها حتى ذلك الحين – فاطلع العلماء العرب خلال تلك المرحلة على "عناصر" إقليدس، و"سوائل" أرخميدس، و"مخروطات" أبولونيوس، و"أشكال" مينالاوس، و"مجسطي" بطليموس. إلا أن هذه المعلومات لم تكن كافية لتلبية متطلبات الحياة العلمية المتصاعدة آنذاك ، كما أنها لم تعد تفي بالإجابة عن كثير من التساؤلات (المنطقية – الرياضية) التي بدأت تثار حينذاك. وقد أدى هذا الأمر إلى شروع العلماء المسلمين في التأليف الرياضي بمختلف جوانبه المتمثلة بأساليب العد، واللوغريتمات الحسابية، والعلاقات الجبرية ، ونظرية المتوازيات ، وحساب المثلثات. وقد بقيت المدرسة الرياضية البغدادية متألقة بأعلامها البارزين كالخوارزمي، والفرغاني، وثابت بن قرة، والبوزجاني، والكرجي لأكثر من ثلاثة قرون. ثم تبع ذلك نهوض عدة مدارس رياضية في أنحاء الدولة العربية الإسلامية المترامية الأطراف . فبرزت مدرسة ابن الهيثم في العصر الفاطمي، وانتعشت مدارس دمشق في العهد الأيوبي، وبرزت مراغة، وبخاري، وغزنة، إبان المرحلة المغولية. وبالرغم من أن مستوى التأليف والإبداع كان قد بدأ يتأثر سلبا بالظروف السياسية والاجتماعية أواخر القرن الثامن الهجري، إلا أن هذا لم يمنع من تألق بعض المراكز العلمية الهامة، وكان أبرزها مدينتا سمرقند، والقاهرة. 
#1149  
Title:  On C*algebras over biquaternion 
Authors Name :  M. A. AbulDahab , Saleh Omran 
Authors Address :  South Valley University, Faculty of Science, Math. Dept. QenaEgypt. 
Authors Email:  mamabuldahab@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131212 08:56:09 PM 
Abstract:  Using biquaternion analysis we shall present a concept of biquaternion Hilbert space which generalize and extend the corresponding definition in the complex setting. Moreover, we shall define and give some basic properties of biquaternion C*algebras. 
#1148  
Title:  Symmetry analysis for MHD viscous flow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet 
Authors Name :  Hossam S.Hassan 
Authors Address :  Department of Basic and Applied Science, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  hossams@aast.edu 
Submitted at:  20131212 02:11:11 AM 
Abstract:  This work deals with the boundary layer flow and heat transfer of an electrically conducting viscous fluid over a stretching sheet. Liegroup method is applied for determining the symmetry reductions for the governing equations by reduce the number of independent variables in the given system of partial differential equations by one, leading to a system of nonlinear ordinary differential equation. The resulting system is then solved numerically using shooting method coupled with RungeKutta scheme. Effect of various values of physical parameters on the horizontal and vertical velocities, temperature profiles, wall heat transfer and the wall shear stress (skin friction), have been studied and the results are plotted. 
#1147  
Title:  On exponential polynomials series expansions of several complex functions in hyperelliptical regions 
Authors Name :  M. A. Saleem , M. A. AbulDahab , Z. G. Kishka 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt 
Authors Email:  abuelhassan@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131211 08:28:50 PM 
Abstract:  In recent years some considerable attention has been paid to the role of special basic sets of polynomials to general approximation methods in the framework of several complex analysis. The main goal of the paper is to describe certain convergence properties of the general exponential base fPEm(z)g = fexp(Pm(z))g of polynomials. It is pointed out in this paper that under certain conditions on the matrix of coefficients of the original base fPm(z)g, we prove that the associated base fPEm(z)g has similar convergence properties to those of fPm(z)g. 
#1146  
Title:  On Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Elliptic Curves and Chaotic Systems 
Authors Name :  Z.Kotulski , O.Reyad 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland 
Authors Email:  zkotulsk@tele.pw.edu.pl 
Submitted at:  20131209 09:01:45 PM 
Abstract:  Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is a relatively recent branch of cryptography which is based on the arithmetic on elliptic curves and security of which is due to hardness of the Elliptic Curve Discrete Logarithm Problem (ECDLP). Elliptic curve cryptographic schemes are publickey mechanisms that provide encryption, digital signature and key exchange capabilities. Elliptic curve algorithms are also applied to generation of sequences of pseudorandom numbers. Another recent branch of cryptography are chaotic dynamical systems where security is based on high sensitivity of iterations of maps to initial conditions and parameters. In the present work, we give a survey describing stateoftheart of several suggested constructions for generating sequences of pseudorandom number generators based on elliptic curves (ECPRNG) over finite fields of prime order. In the second part of the paper we propose a method of generating sequences of pseudorandom points on elliptic curves over finite fields which is driven by a chaotic map. Such a construction increases randomness of the sequence generated since it is a combination of an ECPRNG and a CPRNG (Chaotic pseudorandom number generator). The algorithm proposed in this work is of interest for both classical and elliptic curve cryptography. 
#1145  
Title:  ExpFunction Method Exactly Solving the Wicktype Stochastic KdV Equations With Forcing term 
Authors Name :  Hossam A. Ghany and M. Zakarya 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Assiut 71524, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mohammed\_zakarya@rocketmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131208 08:42:01 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, Variable coefficients and Wicktype stochastic KdV equations with forcing term are researched. the Expfunction method is used to construct exact solitonary solutions and periodic solutions of the KdV equations with forcing term. Exact white noise functional solutions for Wicktype stochastic KdV equations with forcing term are showed by using Hermite transform and white noise analysis. 
#1144  
Title:  On Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Elliptic Curves and Chaotic Systems 
Authors Name :  Z.Kotulski , O.Reyad 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland 
Authors Email:  zkotulsk@tele.pw.edu.pl 
Submitted at:  20131207 04:29:48 PM 
Abstract:  Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is a relatively recent branch of cryptography which is based on the arithmetic on elliptic curves and security of which is due to hardness of the Elliptic Curve Discrete Logarithm Problem (ECDLP). Elliptic curve cryptographic schemes are publickey mechanisms that provide encryption, digital signature and key exchange capabilities. Elliptic curve algorithms are also applied to generation of sequences of pseudorandom numbers. Another recent branch of cryptography are chaotic dynamical systems where security is based on high sensitivity of iterations of maps to initial conditions and parameters. In the present work, we give a survey describing stateoftheart of several suggested constructions for generating sequences of pseudorandom number generators based on elliptic curves (ECPRNG) over finite fields of prime order. In the second part of the paper we propose a method of generating sequences of pseudorandom points on elliptic curves over finite fields which is driven by a chaotic map. Such a construction increases randomness of the sequence generated since it is a combination of an ECPRNG and a CPRNG (Chaotic pseudorandom number generator). The algorithm proposed in this work is of interest for both classical and elliptic curve cryptography. 
#1143  
Title:  On some new retarded nonlinear integral inequalities and their applications 
Authors Name :  H. ElOwaidy , A. A. Eldeeb , A. Abdeldaim 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University,Nasr City (11884), Cairo, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  ahmed_na707@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131207 03:50:06 PM 
Abstract:  This article establishes some new generalized retarded nonlinear integral inequalities of GronwallBellman type and upper bound estimation of unknown functions are given. Using integral and differential skills, some new results which provide explicit bounds on unknown functions in integral inequalities are investigated. Some applications are also presented to illustrate the usefulness of some of our results. 
#1142  
Title:  On Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Elliptic Curves and Chaotic Systems 
Authors Name :  Omar Reyad 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland 
Authors Email:  ormak4@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131206 05:58:36 PM 
Abstract:  Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is a relatively recent branch of cryptography which is based on the arithmetic on elliptic curves and security of which is due to hardness of the Elliptic Curve Discrete Logarithm Problem (ECDLP). Elliptic curve cryptographic schemes are publickey mechanisms that provide encryption, digital signature and key exchange capabilities. Elliptic curve algorithms are also applied to generation of sequences of pseudorandom numbers. Another recent branch of cryptography are chaotic dynamical systems where security is based on high sensitivity of iterations of maps to initial conditions and parameters. In the present work, we give a survey describing stateoftheart of several suggested constructions for generating sequences of pseudorandom number generators based on elliptic curves (ECPRNG) over finite fields of prime order. In the second part of the paper we propose a method of generating sequences of pseudorandom points on elliptic curves over finite fields which is driven by a chaotic map. Such a construction increases randomness of the sequence generated since it is a combination of an ECPRNG and a CPRNG (Chaotic pseudorandom number generator). The algorithm proposed in this work is of interest for both classical and elliptic curve cryptography. 
#1141  
Title:  Intensityintensity correlations in a twolevel atom in a squeezed vacuum with the two photon process 
Authors Name :  T. M. ElShahat 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, 71524, Assiut, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  el_shahat@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131205 10:30:58 AM 
Abstract:  In this article we introduce analytical formulas for the second correlation function for a twolevel atom driven by the nondegenerate twophoton and damped by a broadband multimode squeezed vacuum. which corresponds to measurable photo electric pair correlations, we simulate the correlation function for different parameters in order to show the effect of each system parameters and it is found this reflects several quantum features of the field. 
#1140  
Title:  Torsion Field and Dark Energy 
Authors Name :  M.I.Wanas , H.A.Hassan 
Authors Address :  Astronomy Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University 
Authors Email:  miwanas@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131205 10:26:17 AM 
Abstract:  The Absolute Parallelism geometry is used, instead of Riemannian geometry, to investigate the effect of torsion on the dynamics of the FriedmannRoberttsonWalker model. We show that the torsion field can be considered as the source of the present cosmic acceleration. Moreover, depending on the possible evolution of the torsion field with time, different world models for accelerating Universe, including the dark energy model, can be deduced from our approach. 
#1138  
Title:  Product Integration Methods For Solving Abel Integral Equation 
Authors Name :  Madiha Abd ElMegid Ali Saleem 
Authors Address :  Assuit  Badr housing for Elzeraeen  Building (C)  Part 1 
Authors Email:  dr_madiha_aly@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131204 01:42:02 AM 
Abstract:  Abstract : The product integration methods used to solve Abel integral equation is considered. We describe a modification of Smarzewski, R and Malinowski, H method. Numerical examples are also reported. الملخص : هناك العديد من المسائل التطبيقية التي يمكن التعبير عنها في صورة معادلة رادون التكاملية _ معادلة آبل التكاملية هي حالة خاصة من معادلة رادون . في هذا البحث عرضنا طرق لحل معادلة رادون التكاملية و هي طريقة التقسيمات الثابتة و طريقة التقسيمات الخطية . 
#1137  
Title:  l'estimation de la fonction de hasard conditionnelle par la methode des k plus proches voisins 
Authors Name :  Belabed Fatima Zohra 
Authors Address :  sba 
Authors Email:  zahira_bell@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20131203 06:02:19 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we study the nonparametric estimator of the %conditional hazard function using the $k$ nearest neighbors ($k$NN) %estimation method for a scalar response variable given a random %variable taking values in a semimetric space. We give the almost %complete convergence (its corresponding rate) of this estimator and %we establish the asymptotic normality. Then the effectiveness of %this method is exhibited by a comparison with the classical method 
#1136  
Title:  Torsion Field and Dark Energy 
Authors Name :  H.A.Hassan 
Authors Address :  Astronomy Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University 
Authors Email:  hassanahh@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131202 03:25:53 PM 
Abstract:  The Absolute Parallelism geometry is used, instead of Riemannian geometry, to investigate the effect of torsion on the dynamics of the FriedmannRoberttsonWalker model. We show that the torsion field can be considered as the source of the present cosmic acceleration. Moreover, depending on the possible evolution of the torsion field with time, different world models for accelerating Universe, including the dark energy model, can be deduced from our approach. 
#1135  
Title:  Generalized sets in bitopological spaces 
Authors Name :  F.H.Khedr 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt 
Authors Email:  khedrfathi@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131202 10:28:02 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper we introduce and study semi closed and semi open sets in bitopological spaces and then we introduce and study the notions of sets and sets in bitopological spaces by generalizing the results obtained in [3] to the bitopological setting. Also, we define a new closure operator and associated topology on the bitopological space . 
#1134  
Title:  ROUGH SETS IN THE SENSE OF MULTIFUNCTIONS 
Authors Name :  A. A. Allam , M. Y. Bakeir 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mybakier@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131202 10:02:10 AM 
Abstract:  The purpose of this paper is to introduce and discuss approximation space in terms of surjective multifunction. These multifunction will be mainly semi single valued.The topologies associated with the upper and lower approximations will be studied. 
#1133  
Title:  Semi analytical Solution to The Multicell spheroid model for Vascular Tumor Growth 
Authors Name :  Prof. Nasser Hassan Sweilam , suzan Ali Muhamad Muhamad 
Authors Address :  Cairo university  Faculty of Science Mathematics Department 
Authors Email:  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131126 03:47:51 AM 
Abstract:  The homotopy analysis method is implemented for obtaining semianalytic solution to the mathematical model describing a solid tumor growth on the initial a vascular stage of growth, During a vascular tumor growth, the balance between cell proliferation and cell loss determines whether the colony expands or progress. We focus on the chemical inhibition of mitosis within multicell spheroids. The main assumption of modeling the diffusion of a growth inhibitory factor (GIF) within a multicell spheroid and its possible effects on cell mitosis and proliferation. 
#1132  
Title:  A Parallel TwoLevel Algorithm for Solving TimeFractional Parabolic Equation 
Authors Name :  Hatem Moharram , N. H. Sweilam , Omnia Ismail 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt 
Authors Email:  hatem@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131125 11:55:51 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, a parallel twolevel algorithm for solving timefractional parabolic equation is introduced, where the fractional derivative is in the sense of Caputo, and the domain of the problem contains a huge number of points. A parallel CrankNicholson finite difference method (PCNFDM) is used to obtain the approximate solution. The resultant large sparse linear system of equations is solved using a twolevel Parallel Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient method (PPCG). The goal is to enhance the performance of our previous parallel PCG algorithm. The proposed algorithm is mainly based on the wellknown Compressed Sparse Row (CSR) storage format, the parallel implementation of the CrankNicholson finite difference method, and a twolevel parallelization model that distributes the workload on the cluster nodes in the first step and then split it on the processor’s cores in the second step. The implementation of the proposed algorithm is done on a Linux PC cluster. The obtained results are compared and show a great enhancement, in both memory utilization and execution time, compared to our previous algorithm that uses the matrix in its dense form without compression. 
#1131  
Title:  Analytical treatment and convergence of the Adomian decomposition method for fingeroimbibition phenomena arising during oil recovery process 
Authors Name :  Ramakanta meher 
Authors Address :  Department of Applied Mathematics, S.V.National Institute of Technology, Surat395007, India. 
Authors Email:  meher_ramakanta@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131125 06:07:07 PM 
Abstract:  Here we discussed fingeroimbibition phenomena in double phase flow through porous media, modeled it with a nonlinear partial differential equation and studied adomian decomposition scheme applied to a nonlinear partial differential equation that describes fingeroimbibition phenomena. An abstract result is proved for the convergence of this decomposition method for partial differential equations arising in fingeroimbibition phenomena in a suitable Hilbert space. 
#1130  
Title:  Comparative Studies and Developments of Different Methods for Image Restoration 
Authors Name :  A.M. Nagy , A.S. AboElyazed , N.H. Sweilam , T.H. Farag 
Authors Address :  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Benha, Egypt 
Authors Email:  abdelhameed_nagy@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131125 03:37:53 PM 
Abstract:  Image restoration is the process of removing blur and noise from degraded images to recover an approximation of the original image. The image degradation is usually modeled by a linear blur and an additive white noise process. The linear blur involved is always an illconditioned which makes image restoration problem an illposed problem for which the solutions are unstable. Procedures adopted to stabilize the inversion of illposed problem are called regularization, so the selection of regularization parameter is very important to the effect of image restoration. In this talk, we study some numerical techniques for solving this illposed problem. Dynamical systems method (DSM), Tikhonov regularization method, Lcurve method and generalized cross validation (GCV) are presented for solving this illposed problems. Some test examples and comparative study are presented. From the numerical results it is clear that DSM showed improved restored images compared to Lcurve and GCV. 
#1129  
Title:  Comparative Studies and Developments of Different Methods for Image Restoration 
Authors Name :  A.M. Nagy , N.H. Sweilam , T.H. Farag 
Authors Address :  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Benha, Egypt 
Authors Email:  abdelhameed_nagy@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131125 12:42:07 AM 
Abstract:  Image restoration is the process of removing blur and noise from degraded images to recover an approximation of the original image. The image degradation is usually modeled by a linear blur and an additive white noise process. The linear blur involved is always an illconditioned which makes image restoration problem an illposed problem for which the solutions are unstable. Procedures adopted to stabilize the inversion of illposed problem are called regularization, so the selection of regularization parameter is very important to the effect of image restoration. In this talk, we study some numerical techniques for solving this illposed problem. Dynamical systems method (DSM), Tikhonov regularization method, Lcurve method and generalized cross validation (GCV) are presented for solving this illposed problems. Some test examples and comparative study are presented. From the numerical results it is clear that DSM showed improved restored images compared to Lcurve and GCV. 
#1128  
Title:  The Matlab toolbox for reliable computing Rigorous results using floatingpoint arithmetic 
Authors Name :  Siegfried M. Rump 
Authors Address :  Institute for Reliable Computing, Hamburg University of Technology, Schwarzenbergstr. 95 21071 Hamburg, Germany 
Authors Email:  rump@tuhh.de 
Submitted at:  20131124 09:49:25 PM 
Abstract:  We describe the simulation of a $k$bit floatingpoint arithmetic according to the IEEE754 arithmetic standard solely using double precision operations. In particular rounding double precision into $k$bit arithmetic, the four basic operations and square root are covered. Moreover, operations with directed rounding are supported. A key to the simplicity of algorithms is to avoid double roundings, that means the correct result is obtained by rounding the corresponding double precision result into $k$ bits. A Matlab toolbox covering $k$bit vector and matrix operations as well as $k$bit interval arithmetic will be included in INTLAB, the Matlab toolbox for reliable computing. 
#1127  
Title:  TAYLOR SERIES COEFFICIENTS OF THE HPPOLYNOMIAL AS AN INVARIANT FOR LINKS IN THE SOLID TORUS 
Authors Name :  Dr. Khaled Bataineh 
Authors Address :  Department of Math and Stat, Jordan University of Science and Technology 
Authors Email:  khaledb@just.edu.jo 
Submitted at:  20131120 11:04:52 PM 
Abstract:  We show that the coeficients of a reformulation of a Taylor series expansion of the Hoste and Pryzyticki polynomial are Vassiliev invariants. We charecterize the first two coeficients for one of these expansions. Moreover, the second coeficient is given two explicit computational formulas, which are easy to calculate, and it is used to give a lower bound for the crossing number of a knot of zero winding number in the solid torus. 
#1125  
Title:  New Index for Quantifying an Individual's Scientific Research Output 
Authors Name :  M. AbdelAty 
Authors Address :  Scientific Publishing Center, UOB, Kingdom of Bahrain 
Authors Email:  amisaty@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131118 10:35:52 AM 
Abstract:  Classifying researchers’ work according to the quality of their publications rather than the quantity of their publications is an important issue. To this end we introduce a new measure, the “percentage range” or Aindex, which provides a qualitative evaluation of a researchers' productivity. The percentage range depends to a great extent on the number of singleauthor published papers and their citations. It is to be a new index to be considered along with the hindex. The combined factors have the advantage of making clearer the innovation of the individual authors. The resultant percentage range gives a reduced impact on its numerical value for authors who gain citations by adding their names on multiauthor papers. It is shown that various dimensions of ethical integrity and originality are clarified by the new index. The important scenarios arising from this analysis are demonstrated with examples. The great differences between the new percentage range and old hindex comes from the percentage range’s emphasis on considering the whole work of an author, including the significance of the author’s singleauthor papers as opposed to multipleauthor contributions. This emphasis is demonstrated. 
#1124  
Title:  A Proposed Assessment Metrics for Image Steganography 
Authors Name :  Mazhar Tayel , Hamed Shawky 
Authors Address :  Alexandria Egypt 
Authors Email:  profbasyouni@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131118 12:54:56 AM 
Abstract:  Data security has become an important problem in the field of communication. Steganography is used to hide existence of a secretmessage. In this paper a modified Steganography algorithm is proposed depending on decomposition principle of both secretmessage and coverimage. A fuzzification is performed in the message channel to compress and optimize the decomposed coefficients before embedding in the coverimage to get a new Stego Image. A relative embedding strength factor (ESF) is used for embedding the secret and the coverimage. The well known metrics (MSE, PSNR, Cor. and Entropy) were used to evaluate the modified algorithm. Also, a tradeoff factor was introduced to determine an optimum value for the ESF to get an acceptable degradation. Moreover to evaluate and assess the modified algorithm and any Steganography algorithms, a new histogram metrics are proposed which represents the relative frequency occurrence of the various images. 
#1123  
Title:  Sweeping Methods vs Genetic Algorithm for Optimal Control using Parametric Approach 
Authors Name :  A. Radwan , T. Bosse , A. Griewank 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt 
Authors Email:  amr_or@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131117 01:29:54 PM 
Abstract:  We consider optimal control problems in ODEs from the point of view of parametric optimization approach and compare the resulting first and second order sweeping methods with approaches from evolutionary comparison. Overall the methods based on classical calculus proved to be more efficient and accurate. According to Pontryagin's maximum principle the Hamiltonian function must be optimized by the control variables at all points along the solution trajectory. 
#1122  
Title:  Axisymmetric heat conduction problem in a layer with doublymixed boundary conditions 
Authors Name :  Belkacem Kebli 
Authors Address :  Département de Génie Mécanique, Ecole Nationale Polytechnique, Algiers, Algeria 
Authors Email:  keblib@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20131116 07:24:04 PM 
Abstract:  We consider the heat conduction in a layer with doubly mixed boundary conditions. The non homogenuous temperature and fux conditions are prescribed over coaxial opposite circular regions. Using the Hankel integral transforms method the axisymmetric problem is reduced to a system of dual integral equations. Instead of the traditional approach we directly get two systems of infnite algebraic equations with the help of the Gegenbauer formula and some integrals relations of the Bessel function of zero order. Then the unkown functions are expressed in terms of Bessel series developement. The numerical values of the temperature and the fux are also given analytically and are illustrated graphically 
#1121  
Title:  Exact Solutions for Wicktype Stochastic KdV Equations With Forcing Term Using ExpFunction Method 
Authors Name :  Hossam A. Ghany and M. Zakarya 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University Assiut 
Authors Email:  mohammed_zakarya@rocketmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131116 05:00:18 PM 
Abstract:  in this paper, Variable coefficients and Wicktype stochastic KdV equation with forcing term are researched. the Expfunction method is used to construct Exact solitonary solutions and periodic solutions of a KdV equation with forcing term. It is shown that the Expfunction method, with the help of symbolic computation, provides a straightforward and powerful mathematical tool for solving nonlinear evolution equations in mathematical physics. Exact white noise functional solutions for Wicktype stochastic KdV equation with forcing term are showed via Hermite transform and white noise analysis. 
#1120  
Title:  A Parallel TwoLevels Algorithm for solving TimeFractional Parabolic Equation 
Authors Name :  Hatem Moharram , N. H. Sweilam 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt 
Authors Email:  hatem@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131116 11:57:20 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper a parallel twolevel algorithm for solving timefractional parabolic equation is introduced, where the fractional derivative is in the sense of Caputo, and the domain of the problem contains a huge number of points. A parallel CrankNicholson finite difference method (PCNFDM) is used to obtain the approximate solution. The resultant large sparse linear system of equations is solved using a twolevel Parallel Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient method (PPCG). The goal is to enhance the performance of our previous parallel PCG algorithm. The proposed algorithm is mainly based on the wellknown Compressed Sparse Row (CSR) storage format, the parallel implementation of the CrankNicholson finite difference method, and a twolevel parallelization model that distributes the workload on the cluster nodes in the first step and then split it on the processor’s cores in the second step. The implementation of the proposed algorithm is done on a Linux PC cluster. The obtained results are compared and show a great enhancement, in both memory utilization and execution time, compared to our previous algorithm that uses the matrix in its dense form without compression. 
#1119  
Title:  Generalized Leader Proximity Space 
Authors Name :  Ali Kandil , Amr Zakaria , Osama Tantawy , Sobhy ElSheikh 
Authors Address :  Helwan University 
Authors Email:  dr.ali_kandil@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131115 05:01:25 PM 
Abstract:  Several generalized forms of proximity structures are known in the literature. In this paper, triple relation is introduced known as generalized Leader proximity spaces and interrelationships. 
#1118  
Title:  Solution Design for NavierStokes Equations: Fuzzy Approach 
Authors Name :  YungYue Chen 
Authors Address :  1 University Road, Tainan, Taiwan 
Authors Email:  yungyuchen@mail.ncku.edu.tw 
Submitted at:  20131115 01:46:41 PM 
Abstract:  A new technique via using an adaptive fuzzy algorithm to obtain the solution of “NavierStokes equations” (NSE) is presented in this investigation. The design objective is to find one advanced fuzzy solution to satisfy precisely the NSE frequently encountered in practical applications. In this investigation, a rough fuzzy solution is formulated with adjustable parameters firstly, and then, a set of adaptive laws for tuning the free parameters in the consequent part is derived from minimizing an appropriate error function for the purpose of finding an accurate solution of NSE. In addition, an elegant approximated error bound between the exact solution and the proposed fuzzy solution with respect to the number of fuzzy rules and solution errors has also been proven. Furthermore, the error equations in mesh points are also proven to converge to zero for the NSE with one sufficient condition. 
#1116  
Title:  Stochastic Programming Using Directed Evolution Strategies 
Authors Name :  AMIRA A. ALLAM , ABDELRAHMAN HEDAR 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Dept., Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt 
Authors Email:  amiraallam33@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131114 04:45:40 PM 
Abstract:  Combining simulation and optimization has drawn much attention recently yielding a new research direction called simulationbased optimization. Creating practical tools for simulationbased optimization has been fascinated last decade to confront the rapid growth of the development of simulation software packages. The general aim of this paper is to invoke metaheuristics to find the global optimal or nearoptimal of an objective function contains random noisy variables. Therefore, the wellknow metaheuristic of Evolution Strategies has been designed to deal with the simulationbased global optimization problem. Specifically, a new version of evolution strategies called the Directed Evolution Strategy for Simulationbased Optimization (DESSO) method is composed by combining a modified version of evolution strategies with a MonteCarlo based method. The variablesample method is used as a MonteCarlo method in order to deal with the random variables. The proposed method was programmed in MATLAB and tested using a set of benchmark test functions. The obtained results indicate the promising performance of the proposed method against some existing published methods. 
#1115  
Title:  COALITION FORMATION FOR MAXIMIZING OF SINR OF A COGNITIVE NETWORK 
Authors Name :  M.Yu.Rasulova 
Authors Address :  MIMOS BHD, Technology Park Malaysia, Bukit Jalil, 57000, KL, Malaysia 
Authors Email:  rasulova@live.com 
Submitted at:  20131114 11:07:45 AM 
Abstract:  This paper is devoted coalition formation design for maximizing signal to interferenceplusnoise ratio (SINR) and signaltonoise ratio (SNR) of a cognitive network. To solve this problem an optimization method based on a theorem in matrix algebra on the properties of the ratio of two Hermitian forms is used. 
#1114  
Title:  The Cauchy Problem for BBGKY Hierarchy of Quantum Kinetic Equations with Yukawa Potential 
Authors Name :  M.Yu Rasulova , N.N.Bogolubov , U.Avazov 
Authors Address :  Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences Republic of Uzbekistan, Ulughbek, Tashkent 100214 , UZBEKISTAN 
Authors Email:  rasulova@live.com 
Submitted at:  20131114 05:27:14 AM 
Abstract:  The existence of a unique solution, in term of initial data of the BogolyubovBornGreenKirkwoodYvon (BBGKY) hierarchy of quantum kinetic equations with Yukawa potential is proved. This is based on nonrelativistic quantum mechanics and application of semigroup theory method. 
#1113  
Title:  A new twoparameter lifetime distribution with decreasing, increasing or upsidedown bathtub shaped failure rate 
Authors Name :  Ayman M. AbdElrahman 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, 71516 Assiut, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  ayman275@aun.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131114 01:44:27 AM 
Abstract:  Families of distributions for the median of an independent random sample from some arbitrary lifetime distribution are introduced by AbdElrahman (2013). As a member of these families, he introduce the Bilal distribution. In this paper we introduce a generalization to the Bilal distribution, where a new twoparameter distribution is presented. We show that its failure rate function can be decreasing or increasing. The failure rate can also be upsidedown bathtub shaped. A comprehensive mathematical treatment of the new distribution is provided. We provide closed{form expressions for the density, cumulative distribution, failure rate function, qth quantile, the factorial generating function, the coefficient of variation, Kurtosis, Skewness, the Stressstrength random variable. The estimation by maximum likelihood is discuss; and a closedform expression for Fisher's information matrix is obtained. Asymptotic interval estimators for both of the two unknown parameters are also given. Applications to real data sets are presented; and a simulation study is provided. Finally, some concluding remarks are presented. 
#1112  
Title:  Soft proximity via ideal 
Authors Name :  Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy, , Heba Ibrahim Mustafa 
Authors Address :  Nacr city, cairo, Egypt 
Authors Email:  drosamat@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131114 12:16:48 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we introduce a new approach to construct generalized soft proximity structures based on a concept of soft ideal and a given soft proximity structure. Properties of these structures are studied and supported with different examples. 
#1110  
Title:  Separation Axioms in Smooth Topological Spaces 
Authors Name :  Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh , Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy , Rasha Naser Majeed 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, beside Tabary school,Roxy, Cairo, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  elsheikh33@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131113 08:56:09 PM 
Abstract:  Given a smooth topological space (X; \tau) [29], we introduce the notion of rfuzzy neighborhood filter in the sense of W. Gahler [8], and study some of its topics. Then on this notion we define lower separation axioms FTi; i = 0; 1; 2 in (X; \tau) and study some of there properties. These separation axioms related only to usual points and ordinary subsets. The notion of rfuzzy neighborhood filter and also such lower separation axioms reduce respectively to Gahler definition and Bayoumi and Ibedou definition in [3], if \tau: I^X {0,1}, so the current separation axioms are generalization of the old one. Finally, we show that this axioms are good extensions from the point view of M. warner. 
#1108  
Title:  Some bitopological properties via grills 
Authors Name :  Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University,beside Tabary school, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  elsheikh33@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131113 05:55:42 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we generate a bitopological space from the old one by using the notion of a grill and study the relation between these spaces. Given a bitopological space (X; T1;T2) (bts, for short) and a grill G on X, we introduce a new local function 12(A) = {x 2 X : Ox \A 2 G 8 Ox 2 12(x)}, where T12 = {U1 U U2 : Ui 2 Ti; i = 1; 2} is a supra topology [1] generated by T1 and T2, (X; T12) is a supra topological space associate to the bts (X; T1; T2). We show that 12(A) = 1(A) \ 2(A), where i(A) :P(X)> P(X), (i = 1; 2), the given local functions associated to the spaces (X; Ti). We show that the operator cl12(A) = A [ 12(A) is a supra closure operator [2, 3] and then induces a supra topology T*12 which is finer than T12, T*12 is not a topology in general. The properties and the relations between the spaces (X; T12),(X; T*12) and (X; T*1 ; T*2 ) have investigated. 
#1107  
Title:  Decentralized Control Of Complex Technological Systems 
Authors Name :  Tamara Zhukabayeva , Khu VenTsen 
Authors Address :  L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University,Mirzoyana Str., 2, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan, 010008 
Authors Email:  tamara_kokenovna@mail.ru 
Submitted at:  20131113 12:09:19 PM 
Abstract:  The current level of organization of industrial production involves a comprehensive approach to the management of the process with full coverage of all the elements of a unified automated system of optimal control. Such management systems have to be created by combining the existing local systems of governance, which creates a problem because it is a very laborious task. A similar problem also occurs when new technological devices and systems which have builtin autonomous management systems, are included into the functioning technological processes, which is becoming a common practice for manufacturers of technological equipment. The solution to this problem could be the creation of decentralized control systems with a hierarchical structural organization , which are efficient under conditions of manufacturing processes that are the type of complex technological systems (CTS). The CTS type usually include multielement processes with complex structure, processes of large industrial facilities, processes on the scale of finished production or production facility. 
#1106  
Title:  Decentralized Control Of Complex Technological Systems 
Authors Name :  Khu VenTsen 
Authors Address :  South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov, Tauke khan avenue 5, Shymkent 160012, Kazakhstan 
Authors Email:  qbcba@bk.ru 
Submitted at:  20131113 10:57:10 AM 
Abstract:  The current level of organization of industrial production involves a comprehensive approach to the management of the process with full coverage of all the elements of a unified automated system of optimal control. Such management systems have to be created by combining the existing local systems of governance, which creates a problem because it is a very laborious task. A similar problem also occurs when new technological devices and systems which have builtin autonomous management systems, are included into the functioning technological processes, which is becoming a common practice for manufacturers of technological equipment. The solution to this problem could be the creation of decentralized control systems with a hierarchical structural organization , which are efficient under conditions of manufacturing processes that are the type of complex technological systems (CTS). The CTS type usually include multielement processes with complex structure, processes of large industrial facilities, processes on the scale of finished production or production facility. 
#1105  
Title:  Carleson measures and Hadamard products in some general analytic function spaces 
Authors Name :  A. ElSayed Ahmed , Alaa Kamal , T.I. Yassen 
Authors Address :  Sohag University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Sohag 82524, Egypt\\ Department of Mathematics, Taif University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department Box 888 ElHawiyah, ElTaif 5700, Saudi Arabia 
Authors Email:  ahsayed80@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131113 09:52:21 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we study analytic Q_K,omega(p,q) functions in the sense of the KCarleson measure. Further, we obtain some characterizations of functions in Q_K,omega(p,q) space in terms of the Hadamard products in the unit disc. 
#1104  
Title:  IPSeparation axioms in ideal bitopological ordered spaces 
Authors Name :  Ali Kandil Saad Ibrahim , Mona Hosny Abd El Khaleek Ali , Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy , Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Helwan University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  Ali_kandil@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131113 09:23:26 AM 
Abstract:  The aim of this paper is to use the concept of ideal I of sets to generalize bitopological ordered spaces. Moreover, we use the notion of Iincreasing (decreasing) sets which based on the ideal I, to introduce new separation axioms, IPTi; i = 0; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5 and IPRjordered spaces, j = 0; 1; 2; 3; 4. Furthermore, some important results related these separations have obtained. Finally, the relationship between these axioms and the previous one have been given. 
#1103  
Title:  Composition operators on some analytic function spaces 
Authors Name :  Alaa Kamal 
Authors Address :  Port Said University  Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics  Port Said, Egypt 
Authors Email:  alaa_mohamed1@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131112 09:04:07 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we investigate necessary and sufficient conditions are given for a composition operator $C_\phi$ to be bounded and compact from ${\cal B}_{\omega}^{\alpha}$ to $Q_{K,\omega}(p,q).$ Moreover, necessary and sufficient condition for $C_{\phi}$ from the Dirichlet space $\mathcal{D}$ to the spaces $Q_{K, \omega}(p,q)$ to be compact is given in terms of the map $\phi$. 
#1102  
Title:  RELIABILITY MEASURES OF ASTANDBY REPAIRABLE SYSTEM WITH DEGRADATION FACILITY 
Authors Name :  medhat 
Authors Address :  tanta university 
Authors Email:  meldamcese@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131112 08:40:48 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we study the availability and the reliability of a repairable system with M operating units, W hot standby units, and R1 repairmen in the first service line and R2 repairmen in the second service line. We assume that each unit of the system has two repairable states and three type of failure. The degradation facility used to predict the component’s failure and to determine how availability and reliability improved. A mathematical model has been developed for exponential failure and exponential repair. The expressions of availability and reliability characteristics such as the system reliability,R(t) and the mean time to system failure (MTTF) are derived. We use several cases to analysis graphically the effect of various system parameters on the reliability system and MTTF. We also investigate the sensitivity analysis for the system reliability with changes in a specific value of the system parameters. 
#1099  
Title:  Technology research of license plate recognition image processing based on Matlab 
Authors Name :  Lili YANG , Shigang Cui 
Authors Address :  Tianjin University of Technology and Education , Tianjin , China 
Authors Email:  yanglili0612@163.com 
Submitted at:  20131112 02:44:01 PM 
Abstract:  License plate recognition plays a more and more important role in modern intelligent transportation field . This article discusses several algorithms of license plate recognition technology in image processing . It uses the Mablab image processing toolbox and selects suitable algorithm to be able to identify the license plate numbers collected 
#1098  
Title:  Numerical Approach For Edge Detection in Biomedical Images 
Authors Name :  Hassan B. ElOwny , A. S. Abdel Rady , Ahmed Elaraby , M. Hassaballah , M. Heshmat 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Aswan University, 81528, Egypt  College of Computers and Information Technology, Taif University, Taif, Saudi Arabia. 
Authors Email:  hassenowny02@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131112 12:32:11 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we present a new algorithm for detection the edge in biomedical images depends on least square approximation method which considered one of the types of the numerical methods. Biomedical image processing has been undergoing rapid changes driven by better hardware and software. Much of the software is based on new methods. It is useful to base biomedical engineering principles on rigorous mathematical foundations for the development of software methods to be integrated into complete therapy delivery systems. These systems support the more effective delivery of many imageguided procedures such as radiation therapy, biopsy, and minimally invasive surgery. We focus edge detection task in biomedical images which is a key problem. We will show how proposed method can detection on the edge in biomedical image with high efficiency compare with standard methods. 
#1097  
Title:  Fundamental matrix for twopoint multigroup delayed neutrons kinetic model 
Authors Name :  Abdallah A. Nahla , Ahmed E. Aboanber 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta 31527, Egypt 
Authors Email:  nahla@tu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131112 09:48:21 AM 
Abstract:  The study of the neutron evolution in nuclear systems is a challenging mathematical and physical problem since it constitutes a fundamental topic in the design and safety of critical and subcritical reactors. An extensive knowledge of the spatial power distribution is required for the design and analysis of different types of currentgeneration reactors, and that requires the development of more sophisticated theoretical methods. To be able to predict the dynamic behavior of physical systems, an appropriate mathematical model has to be developed. This paper presenting an accurate and economic method based on the fundamental matrix to solve the twopoint kinetic model of multigroup delayed neutrons which comprise core and reflector regions for reflected reactors. The developed technique utilize the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the coefficient matrix for the homogenous linear differential equations resulting from the stiff system of coupled differential equations for twopoint kinetic model. Moreover, the inverse of the fundamental matrix is calculated analytically. It was evident that the fundamental matrix method is proved to be an excellent solution for cases in which the reactivity is represented by a series of steps and improves accuracy and efficiency for more general cases of time varying reactivity and reactivity feedback. Finally, the numerical results obtained with these algorithms are applied and verified for different applications with time varying reactivity. 
#1096  
Title:  A case study of the Determinants of Industrial Land Prices in South Korea: A hedonic approach 
Authors Name :  Sangyong Kim , Jae Heon Shim 
Authors Address :  School of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 219, Reading, RG6 6AW, United Kingdom 
Authors Email:  rd026992@reading.ac.uk 
Submitted at:  20131112 08:12:15 AM 
Abstract:  This paper uses a hedonic price model to examine the determinants of the price of industrial land located within industrial parks in the Southeastern Maritime Industrial Region of South Korea. Our empirical findings show that the lot size of a parcel of land, the height of land, the width of adjoining roads, the type of zoning, and the distance to an expressway all have an impact on industrial land prices. Specifically, the parcel size and the height of land are negatively related to industrial land prices, while the width of adjoining roads is positively related to them. Regarding land use zones, the unit price for land within medium manufacturing districts is on average 21% less than that within mixed use districts, all else equal. Lastly, a 1% increase in the distance to an expressway is estimated to decrease parcel prices by .193%, reflecting the tradeoff between transport costs and industrial land prices. 
#1095  
Title:  Soft semi compactness via soft ideals 
Authors Name :  Ali Kandil Saad , Alaa Mohamed Abd Ellatif Daby , Osama ElTanyawy , Sobhy ElSheikh 
Authors Address :  CairoEgypt. 
Authors Email:  Dr.Ali_kandil@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131112 01:20:56 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper we introduce the idea of new types of soft compactness defined in terms of soft ideal I in a soft topological space (X;τ;E)called Isoft compactness, semiIsoft compactness, countablyIsoft compactness and countably semiIsoft compactness. Also, several of their topological properties are investigated. Finally,some effects of various kinds of soft functions on them are studied. 
#1094  
Title:  A case study of the Determinants of Industrial Land Prices in South Korea: A hedonic approach 
Authors Name :  Jae Heon Shim 
Authors Address :  Institute of Environmental Studies, Pusan National Univ., Geumjeonggu, Busan 609735, Republic of Korea 
Authors Email:  shim@pusan.ac.kr 
Submitted at:  20131111 05:34:08 PM 
Abstract:  This paper uses a hedonic price model to examine the determinants of the price of industrial land located within industrial parks in the Southeastern Maritime Industrial Region of South Korea. Our empirical findings show that the lot size of a parcel of land, the height of land, the width of adjoining roads, the type of zoning, and the distance to an expressway all have an impact on industrial land prices. Specifically, the parcel size and the height of land are negatively related to industrial land prices, while the width of adjoining roads is positively related to them. Regarding land use zones, the unit price for land within medium manufacturing districts is on average 21% less than that within mixed use districts, all else equal. Lastly, a 1% increase in the distance to an expressway is estimated to decrease parcel prices by .193%, reflecting the tradeoff between transport costs and industrial land prices. 
#1093  
Title:  Information dynamics for a twophoton JC model in phase damping cavity 
Authors Name :  A.S.F. Obada , S. AbdelKhalek , M. E. Shaheen 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt 
Authors Email:  asobada@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131111 12:36:25 PM 
Abstract:  The interaction of a twolevel atom with a twomode cavity field, taking into account the phase damping cavity is considered. An analytical solution for this system when atom is initially prepared in superposition state and the field in squeezed coherent state is obtained. Information and entanglement dynamics are studied by using various measures: quantum Fisher information, classical Fisher information and tangle under the influence of phase damping cavity. 
#1092  
Title:  A Review on 2D Face Recognition Techniques in Still Images 
Authors Name :  Ahmed A. Radwan , Rehab R. Nour. , Usama S. Mohammed. 
Authors Address :  Department of Computer Science, Minia University, ElMinia, Egypt 
Authors Email:  aaaradwan2008@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131111 10:50:53 AM 
Abstract:  Face recognition is a very important task which can be used in a wide range of applications for identification and verification, such as identity authentication, access control, surveillance, criminal justice systems, multimedia environments with adaptive human computer interfaces and image database investigations. As a hot research topic since the eighties, Face recognition still seems to be a difficult and largely problem. Human faces are difficult to model as it is necessary to account for all possible appearance variations caused by changes in scale,location, orientation (inplane rotation), pose (outof plane rotation), facial expression, lighting conditions and partial occlusions, etc., we focus on the latest development in face recognition and provide a comprehensive survey on it. Major methods are discussed. This paper attempts to give an idea of the state of the art of face recognition technology. 
#1091  
Title:  On Generalized Statistically Convergent Functions Via Ideals 
Authors Name :  Ekrem SAVAS 
Authors Address :  Istanbul Commerce University, Department of Mathematics, SütlüveIstanbul/Turkey 
Authors Email:  ekremsavas@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131111 10:24:23 AM 
Abstract:  ABSTRACT : In this paper; by taking real valued functions x( t) measurable (in the Lebesque sense) in the interval ( 1, ) instead of sequences we will introduce the notions of [ V ] summability and statistical convergence and introduce new notions, namely, I[ V ] summability, I statistical convergence. We mainly examine the relation between these two new methods. 
#1090  
Title:  Induction Machine Modeling Using Finite Elemenet Methode under Stator Shortcircuit Fault 
Authors Name :  Abdelhakim IDIR 
Authors Address :  Applied Automation Laboratory, F.H.C., University of Boumerdes (Algeria) 
Authors Email:  idir_ah@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20131111 10:14:47 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper the modeling of induction machine based on the finite element method (FEM) is detailed under various stator shortcircuits faults. The calculation of the flux, forces and torque is used to identify the effect of different degrees of the fault. This analysis is performed in both time and frequency domains. The transient modeling is selected for the extraction of the different signatures. FEM analysis appear to be useful for studding different electrical phenomenas in the induction machine. 
#1089  
Title:  Squirrel Cage Induction Machine FEMModeling Under Static Eccentricity 
Authors Name :  Ahcene BOUZIDA 
Authors Address :  Cidex 19 BP 77 CITE SEGHIR BEJAIA 
Authors Email:  bouzida.umbb@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131111 10:07:59 AM 
Abstract:  In this work, we study the modeling of the squirrelcage Induction machine by using the finite element method under the static eccentricities, this method is based on the Maxwell's equations, this equations take in account almost all the phenomena that occur in the induction machine during dynamic operation. The development of the different packages of resolution like FLUX2D, MAXWELL2D, MAGNET and FEMLAB we allow to make a precise calculation of the squirrelcage Induction machine. The computation results clearly show the effect of the static eccentricity on the airgap flux distribution and in the other performances of the machine. 
#1088  
Title:  A Hybrid Optimization System Coupling Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm and Genetic Algorithm Applied to Nonlinear Optimization Problems 
Authors Name :  Dr. Mohammed A. ElShorbagy 
Authors Address :  Department of Basic Engineering Science, Faculty of Engineering, Shebin ElKom Menoufia University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mohammed_shorbagy@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131111 10:06:30 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper we propose a hybrid optimization system coupling particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm and genetic algorithm (GA) applied to nonlinear optimization problems. In addition, to accelerate the convergence property of the proposed optimization tool and to keep the feasibility of the particles, chaotic constriction factor is implemented. Finally, various numerical studies using a suite of a multimodal test functions taken from the literature have demonstrated the superiority of the proposed approach to finding the global optimal solution. 
#1087  
Title:  On Using Third and Fourth kinds Chebyshev polynomials for Solving the Integrated Forms of High OddOrder Boundary Value Problems 
Authors Name :  E.H. Doha , Muhammad Mahmoud Alsuyuti , W. M. Abd Elhameed 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, GizaEgypt 
Authors Email:  eiddoha@frcu.eun.eg 
Submitted at:  20131110 07:19:07 PM 
Abstract:  This article presents some spectral PetrovGalerkin numerical algorithms based on using Chebyshev polynomials of third and fourth kinds for solving the integrated forms of high oddorder two point boundary value problems governed by homogeneous and nonhomogeneous boundary conditions. The principle idea behind obtaining the proposed numerical algorithms is based on constructing trial and test functions as compact combinations of shifted Chebyshev polynomials of third and fourth kinds. The algorithms lead to linear systems with specially structured matrices that can be efficiently inverted. Some numerical examples are illustrated for the sake of demonstrating the validity and the applicability of the proposed algorithms. The presented numerical results indicate that the proposed algorithms are reliable and very efficient. 
#1086  
Title:  Fundamental matrix for twopoint multigroup delayed neutrons kinetic model 
Authors Name :  Ahmed E. Aboanber 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta 31527, Egypt 
Authors Email:  aaboanber@yahoo.com, aboanber@tu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131110 10:26:56 AM 
Abstract:  The study of the neutron evolution in nuclear systems is a challenging mathematical and physical problem since it constitutes a fundamental topic in the design and safety of critical and subcritical reactors. An extensive knowledge of the spatial power distribution is required for the design and analysis of different types of currentgeneration reactors, and that requires the development of more sophisticated theoretical methods. To be able to predict the dynamic behavior of physical systems, an appropriate mathematical model has to be developed. This paper presenting an accurate and economic method based on the fundamental matrix to solve the twopoint kinetic model of multigroup delayed neutrons which comprise core and reflector regions for reflected reactors. The developed technique utilize the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the coefficient matrix for the homogenous linear differential equations resulting from the stiff system of coupled differential equations for twopoint kinetic model. Moreover, the inverse of the fundamental matrix is calculated analytically. It was evident that the fundamental matrix method is proved to be an excellent solution for cases in which the reactivity is represented by a series of steps and improves accuracy and efficiency for more general cases of time varying reactivity and reactivity feedback. Finally, the numerical results obtained with these algorithms are applied and verified for different applications with time varying reactivity. 
#1085  
Title:  A New Hybrid FuzzyDecomposed Full Capacity StegoSystem 
Authors Name :  Mazhar Tayel , Hamed Shawky 
Authors Address :  Alexandria 
Authors Email:  profbasyouni@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131110 01:40:16 AM 
Abstract:  Steganography is the art of hiding secret data in a cover image to achieve secret communication. It does not replace cryptography but rather boosts the security using its obscurity features. Today, computer and internet technologies provide easytouse communication Channels for Steganography. An efficient steganographic method is proposed for embedding secret messages into gray scale and RGB colored images. The aim of this paper is to propose a new hybrid fuzzydecomposed Stegosystem. The fuzzification of the message leads to an isotropous (uniform Spreaded) distribution of the message in the cover image to get the Stegoimage. Experiments and evaluation metric parameters show that Mean Square Error (MSE), Peak Signal Noise Ratio (PSNR), Correlation (COR) and Entropy computed by the proposed system is better than those generated by the previous existing system. Thus, a high level of imperceptibility and high level of overall security had been attained. 
#1084  
Title:  Ruscheweyh Differential Operator Base of Polynomials in Clifford Analysis 
Authors Name :  M. AbulEz , I. Cacao , M. A. Abuldahab 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  mabulez56@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131109 02:32:00 PM 
Abstract:  Relying on the definition of differentiability of monogenic functions, the Ruscheweyh differential operator base of polynomial with values in a Clifford algebra is introduced. With this in hand the convergence problem of such Ruscheweyh differential operator base of polynomial is discussed 
#1083  
Title:  Sweeping Methods vs Genetic Algorithm for Optimal Control using Parametric Approach 
Authors Name :  T. Bosse , A. Griewank , A. Radwan 
Authors Address :  HumboldtUniversity zu Berlin, Germany 
Authors Email:  bosse@mathematik.huberlin.de 
Submitted at:  20131109 02:24:19 PM 
Abstract:  We consider optimal control problems in ODEs from the point of view of parametric optimization approach and compare the resulting first and second order sweeping methods with approaches from evolutionary comparison. Overall the methods based on classical calculus proved to be more efficient and accurate. According to Pontryagin's maximum principle the Hamiltonian function must be optimized by the control variables at all points along the solution trajectory. 
#1082  
Title:  Some special curves in Normed three dimensional space 
Authors Name :  E. N. SHONODA , N. A. Omar 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Arts, ALJOUF University, KSA. 
Authors Email:  en_shonoda@yahoo.de 
Submitted at:  20131108 07:20:56 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we consider the place of action is an affine 3space endowed with a metric which is well known by a centrally symmetric, convex and smooth body B as unit ball, such a space is called Minkowski normed space. We defined a semiinner product in Mspace using the cosine and SineMinkowski functions. Finally we redefine Bertrand curves and insert the concept of Right and Left involutes in Minkowski three dimensional space with new related theorems. 
#1081  
Title:  ON BRAUNER'S ANGLE AND FRENETSERRET FORMULAE IN MINKOWSKI SPACE 
Authors Name :  Nora Omar , Emad Shonoda 
Authors Address :  DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE, FACULTY OF SCIENCE, PORTSAID UNIVERSITY, EGYPT. 
Authors Email:  nono_mody9308@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131108 05:15:57 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we defined the Borthonormal frame in Minkowski ndimensional space using the socalled Birkhoff orthogonality. Using the Mtrigonometric functions we insert the concept of Minkowski semiinner product. Brauner's angle in Mspace is given as a function of some ideal points in projective space. Finally we redefine the FrenetSerret formulae in three dimensional Mspace using the concept of deformation vectors. 
#1080  
Title:  UNSTEADY NONDARCIAN COUETTE FLOW IN POROUS MEDIUM WITH HEAT TRANSFER SUBJECT TO UNIFORM SUCTION OR INJECTION 
Authors Name :  Hazem Ali Attia , Mohamed Essawy 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, ElFayoum63415, Egypt 
Authors Email:  ah1113@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131108 04:11:46 PM 
Abstract:  The unsteady nonDarcian Couette flow through a porous medium of a viscous incompressible fluid bounded by two parallel porous plates is studied with heat transfer. A nonDarcy model that obeys the Forchheimer extension is assumed for the characteristics of the porous medium. A uniform suction and injection are applied perpendicular to the plates while the fluid motion is subjected to a constant pressure gradient. The two plates are kept at different but constant temperatures while the viscous dissipation is included in the energy equation. The effects of the porosity of the medium, inertial effects and the uniform suction and injection velocity on both the velocity and temperature distributions are investigated. 
#1079  
Title:  Solving Volterra integrodifferential equation with second derivative methods 
Authors Name :  Galina Mehdiyeva , Mehriban Imanova , Vagif Ibrahimov 
Authors Address :  Baku State University, Z.Khalilov 23, AZ 1148, AZERBAIJAN 
Authors Email:  imn_bsu@mail.ru 
Submitted at:  20131108 11:25:29 AM 
Abstract:  As is known, the solution of some problems of ecology, geophysics, nuclear physics, the study of some seasonal distribution of the disease and so on, reduced to solving of integrodifferential equations of higher order. Note that solving of these equations can be reduced to solving system of integrodifferential equations of the first order. However, special techniques adapted to solving of equations of higher order are usually effective. Here is investigated the numerical solution of integrodifferential equations of second order. It is proved that there are methods specially adapted to solving of integrodifferential equations of second order, which are more accurate than the methods which constructed for solving of the system consisting of the integrodifferential equations of first order or the system consisting of the integral and differential equations. For illustration this result constructed concrete methods, which are applied to solving model problem. Here investigated the numerical solution of the initial value problem for integrodifferential equations of second order. For construction a more accurate methods for solving of this problem, here suggested to use the second derivative hybrid method. And here constructed concrete second derivative hybrid methods with the order of accuracy p=6 and p=8 using information of the solution of considering problem at only one mesh point. 
#1078  
Title:  Nucleon Properties Beyond a Tree Level Approximation at Finite Temperature 
Authors Name :  A. K. AbuNab , M. AbuShady 
Authors Address :  Faculty of science, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  abu_shady_1999@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131108 07:07:38 AM 
Abstract:  The hadron properties are studied at finite temperature in the framework of extended chiralquark sigma model. The effective of mesonic potential is extended to include eighthorder of mesonic interactions based on the chiral symmetry. The extended effective potential tends the original effective potential when the coupling between the higher order mesonic interactions equal to zero. The field equations of motion have been solved in the meanfield approximation by using extended iteration method. We found that the nucleon mass increases with increasing temperature and the magnetic moments of proton and neutron increase with increasing temperature. A comparison is presented with recent previous works and other models. We conclude that higherorder mesonic interactions play an important role in changing the behavior of nucleon properties. In addition, the deconfinement phase transition is satisfied in the present model. 
#1077  
Title:  Evolution of Translation Surfaces in Euclidean 3SpaceE^{3 } 
Authors Name :  Nassar H. AbdelAll , H. N. AbdEllah 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Assiut, Assiut 71516 , EGYPT. 
Authors Email:  nhabdeal2002@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131107 04:20:40 PM 
Abstract:  Abstract: In this paper, Kinematics of moving translation surfaces in E^{3 } is described by the moving frames of the generating curves. Integrability conditions of the Gauss Weingarten equations are obtained.The evolution equations of the frame feild associated to these surfaces are given.The evolution equations of the curvatures are derived. Special cases of these types are investigated and plotted. 
#1076  
Title:  An Improved Adaptive Thresholding Scheme for Fault Detection: Application to a Cement Rotary Kiln System 
Authors Name :  abdelmalek kouadri , bensmail abderazak , ikhlef boualem , Zelmat mimoun 
Authors Address :  Boumerdes, Algeria 
Authors Email:  ab_kouadri@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131107 12:34:21 PM 
Abstract:  Projection methods have been extensively employed for monitoring operation in several industrial processes. Their capabilities, to measure variability in a given process, make them more attractive to the users. Instead, the important numbers of measured signals, these techniques make process’s monitoring operation more ergonomic, and easy to exploit the information given by measured signals. In this paper, we develop an adaptive thresholding approach in order to detect, analyze and diagnose faults in a cement rotary kiln system. The developed threshold is obtained using statistical tools based on twodimensional plot for largesized multivariate measured data. These two statistical dimensions represent the instantaneous mean and variance of the measured signals in the cement plant. The obtained threshold’ performances are compared with the fixed threshold technique through the rate of false alarms. In addition, two natural faults are used to show that the developed threshold can accurately detect their occurrence. The accuracy, robustness and effectiveness of the adaptive threshold depend primarily to the computed confidence intervals, after testing the distribution law of the mean and variance data using ShapiroWilk method. The obtained confidence intervals are sufficient to constitute a powerful and interesting tool to overcome the difficulties of parametric uncertainties quantification and devices measurement inaccuracies which increase false alarms. It is also important to note the high sensitivity of proposed fault detection scheme in detecting faults with relatively low amplitudes. Keywords — Fault detection, adaptive threshold, large sized multivariate data, mean, variance, statistical test, confidence interval, significance level, cement rotary kiln. 
#1075  
Title:  A New Mobile Application for Encrypting SMS / Multimedia Messages on Android 
Authors Name :  Ali , Ahmed , Hazem 
Authors Address :  Alexanderia 
Authors Email:  A_takieldeen@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131106 08:42:30 PM 
Abstract:  Mobile communication devices have become popular tools for communicating among people. This paper is a launcher for sending/receiving secured SMS/Multimedia files using Blowfish algorithm. A smart mobile application on android platform is introduced as an application that helps the user to encrypt the message (SMS/Multimedia files) before it is transmitted over the mobile network. The new idea of the program is to transmit encrypted messages and multimedia files or any other type of files via mobile networks or the internet as an alternative mean. Utilizing the internet takes place through a secured hosting website with a user name and password integrated in the program. To maintain intensive security, a private key encrypts the files and another private key encrypts file name. The transferring media is maintained online in the absence of mobile network coverage. 
#1074  
Title:  Efficient protocol of Nbit discrete quantum Fourier transform via SCtransmon qubits coupled to a SCresonator 
Authors Name :  A.S. F. Obada, H. A. Hessian, A.B. A. Mohamed and Ali H. Homid 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Assiut, Egypt 
Authors Email:  alihimad@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131106 12:55:41 AM 
Abstract:  An approach is presented for implementing an $N$bit discrete quantum Fourier transform via superconducting transmon qubits homogeneously coupled to a superconducting stripline resonator. One$$ and two$$qubit gates are realized. Such gates are used for implementing the algorithm of Nbit DQFT. The average fidelity is computed to prove the success of this algorithm. Estimated time for implementing the protocol using the proposed scheme is compared with previous schemes. Estimates show that the protocol can be successfully implemented within the present experimental limits. 
#1072  
Title:  Linear Extension Cube Attack on Stream Ciphers 
Authors Name :  Yongjuan Wang , Liren Ding , Zhufeng Li 
Authors Address :  Language Engineering Department, 036 Post box, Luo yang city, He nan Province, 471003, P.R.China 
Authors Email:  pinkywyj@163.com 
Submitted at:  20131105 06:23:22 PM 
Abstract:  When implementing Cube attack with quadraticity test to a variant of Trivium, P. Mroczkowki et al. pointed out that although the cube sets were chosen randomly, there was a way to obtain new cube sets from another one with linear expression. In fact, for stream ciphers with shifted register, whose transitivity enables the lowerround to influence the higherround so that d and d+1 dimensional cube sets will have some elements in common. Therefore, more cube sets can be derived from one with linear expression, thus obtaining more linear expression. Motivated by the above observations, this paper proposes an improved attack on stream ciphers basing on the original Cube attack, i.e. the Linear Extension Cube Attack, which makes improvement on the preprocessing phase of the original attack and the tradeoff between time and space enables the attacker to induce maxterms of higherorder from those of lowerorder, thus recovering more key bits and reducing the the search complexity on higherdimension. To demonstrate the application of the extended method, this correspondence provides Linear Extension Cube Attack against Lili128 algorithm and two reduced variants of Trivium algorithm and the results are much better than those of the original ones. For Lili128 algorithm, only 2^9 key streams are needed to recover 88 key bits and the attack has time complexity less than 2^14, which is better compared to 2^16 of the original attack. For Trivium algorithm, when the initialization round is 525, the original attack on the 525th output bit with 4 dimensional cube sets can only recover 6 key bits, while the improved attack can directly recover 31 key bits. When the initialization round is 672, 9 key bits can be directly recovered by the improved attack on the 672th output bit, which is 2 more than Dinur and Shamir’s attack on the same output bit. 
#1071  
Title:  Constantpartially accelerated life tests for Compound Rayleigh distribution with progressive firstfailure censoring 
Authors Name :  A. A. Modhesh 
Authors Address :  Yemen, Taiz University, faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics 
Authors Email:  a_a_mod@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131105 02:48:57 PM 
Abstract:  The Constantpartially accelerated life tests (PALTs) model under progressive firstfailure censoring based on Compound Rayleigh distribution is considered in this paper. For this model, the maximum likelihood estimates (MLEs) of its parameters, as well as the corresponding observed Fisher Information Matrix, are derived. The likelihood equations do not lead to closed form expressions for the MLE, and they need to be solved by using an iterative procedure, such as the NewtonRaphson method. We then evaluate the bias, and mean square error of these estimates; and provide asymptotic, and bootstrap confidence intervals for the parameters.. The results in the cases of firstfailure censoring, progressive Type II censoring, Type II censoring and complete sample are a special cases. One set of real data has been analyzed for illustrative purposes. Different methods have been compared using Monte Carlo simulations. 
#1069  
Title:  A class of Extended onestep methods for solving delay differential equations 
Authors Name :  Fatma Ibrahim 
Authors Address :  South Valley University 
Authors Email:  aftmaaa@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131105 02:10:51 PM 
Abstract:  We derive a class of extended onestep methods of order m for solving delaydifferential equations. This class includes methods of fourth and fifth order of accuracy. Also, the class of these methods depends on two free parameters. A convergence theorem and convergence factor of these methods are given. In addition, we investigate the stability properties of these methods. The results of the article are illustrated by numerical examples 
#1068  
Title:  Reasoning with Similarity Measure in Type2 Fuzzy Sets 
Authors Name :  Saida Saad Mohamed Mahmoud 
Authors Address :  53Elkadrya StreetElSaida Aysha Cairo 
Authors Email:  saida@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131105 12:34:37 PM 
Abstract:  Since Lotfi A. Zadeh published his fuzzy concept almost fifteen years ago, fuzzy set theory has received more and more attention from researchers in a wide range of scientific areas, especially in the past few years. Fuzzy logic is based on the central idea that in fuzzy sets each element in the set can assume a value from 0 to 1, not just 0 or 1, as in classic set theory. This degree of membership of each element is a measure of the elements "belonging" to the set. Fuzzy sets can be combined to produce meaningful conclusions, and inferences can be made and given a special fuzzy input function. Similarity measures are an important concept to determine the degree of similarity between two fuzzy data sets. The main objective of this paper is to apply a selected similarity measures between type2 fuzzy sets. We apply this new measure in examples. Also we illustrate how to use the selected similarity measure in ChungMing Own approximate reasoning method Index TermsFuzzy sets. Type2 fuzzy sets. Similarity measure. Clustering. 
#1067  
Title:  Homotopy iteration method 
Authors Name :  Jinyan Tian , Fuxiang Li , Zhaofu Fei 
Authors Address :  School of Applied Sciences Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin , China 150080 
Authors Email:  nomeans@126.com 
Submitted at:  20131104 10:20:05 AM 
Abstract:  An iteration algorithm is presented to solve the nonlinear equations based on the 1storder deformation equation of homotopy analysis method(HAM) in this paper. The new algorithm is called homotopy iteration method (HIM) which avoids the inherent huge computation of HAM. The solutions gotten by HIM are better than the ones gotten by HAM in some cases. Furthermore, the advantages of HAM will not be in uenced at all. 
#1066  
Title:  Constantpartially accelerated life tests for Compound Rayleigh distribution with progressive firstfailure censoring 
Authors Name :  A. A. Modhesh 
Authors Address :  Yemen, Taiz University, faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics 
Authors Email:  a_a_mod@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131103 10:13:50 PM 
Abstract:  The Constantpartially accelerated life tests (PALTs) model under progressive firstfailure censoring based on Compound Rayleigh distribution is considered in this paper. For this model, the maximum likelihood estimates (MLEs) of its parameters, as well as the corresponding observed Fisher Information Matrix, are derived. The likelihood equations do not lead to closed form expressions for the MLE, and they need to be solved by using an iterative procedure, such as the NewtonRaphson method. We then evaluate the bias, and mean square error of these estimates; and provide asymptotic, and bootstrap confidence intervals for the parameters.. The results in the cases of firstfailure censoring, progressive Type II censoring, Type II censoring and complete sample are a special cases. One set of real data has been analyzed for illustrative purposes. Different methods have been compared using Monte Carlo simulations. 
#1065  
Title:  On Spherical Motions of Smarandache Curves in Galilean and PseudoGalilean Spaces 
Authors Name :  H. S. AbdelAziz , M. Khalifa Saad 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt 
Authors Email:  habdelaziz2005@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131103 06:02:06 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, Smarandache curves with respect to Frenet frame and standard frame in three dimensional Galilean and pseudoGalilean spaces are investigated. Also, the spherical indicatrices for the tangent, normal and binormal vectors of these curves are discussed. Moreover, according to Darboux frame, the Frenet apparatus of spherical indicatrices for special types of Smarandache curves are calculated. Finally, we give an example to illustrate our main results. Key Words: Smarandache curves, Frenet apparatus, Darboux frame, Galilean and pseudoGalilean spaces. MSC 2010: 53A04, 53A35, 53B30 
#1064  
Title:  Securing Image data Content using New Playfair Encryption 
Authors Name :  Safwat Hamad , Ahmed Elhadad , Amal Khalifa , S. Z. Rida 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Computer & Information Sciences, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 11566, Egypt 
Authors Email:  shamad@cis.asu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131102 03:42:44 AM 
Abstract:  in this paper, a new extension of the Playfair cipher algorithm is proposed to encrypt image data more securely. The proposed method constructs a 16x16 secret key matrix to adapt images. In addition, it increases the algorithm complexity by applying XOR operation on a generated mask using the same key with the scrambled image. The experimental results showed that when two secret keys with small changes are used, the resulting encrypted images still differ dramatically. 
#1063  
Title:  Numerical solution of integrodifferential equations 
Authors Name :  Alaei raheleh,Haghani farhad,Khoshsiar reza 
Authors Address :  Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord Brunch,Iran 
Authors Email:  raheleh.alayi@yahoo.com,haghani1351@yahoo.com,khoshsiar@sci.sku.ac.ir 
Submitted at:  20131101 09:02:17 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we use Taylorseries expansion method to solve the integrodifferntial equations. This method converts the integrodiffrential to an ordinary differential equation. A taylorseries can be made for the solution of the integrodifferential and by substituting this expansion in integrodifferential equation and then we give an ordinary differential equations and can be solved after producing some conditions. Finally, we have algebraic equations that can be solved easily. Application of the method on some examples show its accuracy and efficincy. 
#1062  
Title:  More on simply open sets and its applications 
Authors Name :  Roshdey Mareay , Arafa Nasef 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafrelsheikh University, Kafr ElSheikh 33516, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  roshdeymareay@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131031 12:25:47 PM 
Abstract:  This paper provides a useful characterizations of simply open sets in terms of the ideal of nowhere dense set. Also, we introduce and study a new notion of functions in topological spaces known as dual simplycontinuous functions and investigate some of their fundamental properties. 
#1061  
Title:  EFFECT OF OHMIC HEATING ON TRANSIENT ROTATING DISK FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OF A CONDUCTING NON NEWTONIAN FLUID WITH SUCTIONINJECTION 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis , Hazem Ali Attia 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131031 10:11:44 AM 
Abstract:  The time varying hydromagnetic (MHD) flow with heat transfer of an incompressible conducting nonNewtonian fluid above an infinite rotating porous disk is investigated considering the Ohmic heating. An external axial uniform magnetic field and a uniform injection or suction through the surface of the disk are applied. Numerical solutions for the governing nonlinear partial differential equations are obtained using finite differences. 
#1060  
Title:  UNSTEADY COUETTE FLOW THROUGH A POROUS MEDIUM WITH TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT PROPERTIES UNDER EXPONENTIAL DECAYING PRESSURE GRADIENT 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis , Hazem Ali Attia 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131031 10:03:39 AM 
Abstract:  The steady generalized Couette flow with heat transfer between parallel plates through a porous medium is studied considering variable properties. The fluid is acted upon by an exponential decaying pressure gradient. The viscosity and the thermal conductivity are assumed to be temperature dependent. The two plates are kept at two constant but different temperatures and the viscous dissipation is considered in the energy equation. A numerical solution for the governing nonlinear coupled equations of motion and the energy equation is obtained. The effect of porosity, temperature dependent viscosity, and temperature dependent thermal conductivity on both the velocity and temperature distributions is examined. 
#1059  
Title:  A Method for Retrieving and Building Structure of NLP Knowledge to Improve the Disambiguation of Word Semantics 
Authors Name :  Elsayed Atlam 
Authors Address :  Tanta University, the division of computer science, Faculty of Science. 
Authors Email:  satlam@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131030 11:44:33 PM 
Abstract:  Word sense disambiguation is important in various aspects of natural language processing, including Internet search engines, machine translation, text mining, etc. However, the traditional methods using case frames and semantic primitives are not effective for solving word ambiguities that requires information beyond sentences. In this paper we propose a method of a retrieving and buliding structure of ntural language processing knowledge. We classify all surface case patterns in advance and then consider the typical meaning of noun which have one of these patterns. We present also an efficent data strucure by introducing a trie that can define the linkage among leaves. The linkage enable us to share the basic words required for multiattribute relations. By using this linakage, and a high frequent access between verbs with noun, we extracted an automatic generation of hierarchical relationships. This new method applied to the data extracted from a large tagged corpus (Pan Treebank). From relationships for 11,000 verbs and nouns, it is verified that the presented method is simulated the number and frequent of typical verb, and made a hierarchy group of its noun, and net of linkage group with this high frequent. Moreover, the accuracy of disambiguation words by using our method trie structure and linking trie between leaves is 6% higher than traditional method. 
#1058  
Title:  R Language Application In Mining Enterprises Benchmarking Management 
Authors Name :  Ying Han 
Authors Address :  university of science and technology in Beijing, No.30, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China 
Authors Email:  hanying9792@126.com 
Submitted at:  20131030 11:09:54 AM 
Abstract:  Abstract There are many China metallurgical mines at present, and they are still in the exploratory stage in each aspect, lacking the number of solve the metallurgical mining experts and the limitation of time, manpower and material resources makes us difficult to solve the benchmarking problem. At present,confined to the macro economic indicators for standard , we have not form a system of mine production method ,and it is still difficult to achieve allround deep for standard, and use in actual production management. Therefore, we adopt the benchmarking management technology to analyze the mine enterprise data, realization of searching process, build target, and ultimately help metallurgical mines to solve the problems existing in the process of standard. R language, as with a statistical analysis function and powerful mapping function , can be very good for data analysis and contrast. This paper is in view of the R language in moral standard management system application . Key words: benckmarking management, R language, data processing 
#1057  
Title:  R Language Application In Mining Enterprises Benchmarking Management 
Authors Name :  Ying Han 
Authors Address :  university of science and technology in Beijing, No.30, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China 
Authors Email:  hanying9792@126.com 
Submitted at:  20131030 11:04:32 AM 
Abstract:  There are many China metallurgical mines at present, and they are still in the exploratory stage in each aspect, lacking the number of solve the metallurgical mining experts and the limitation of time, manpower and material resources makes us difficult to solve the benchmarking problem. At present,confined to the macro economic indicators for standard , we have not form a system of mine production method ,and it is still difficult to achieve allround deep for standard, and use in actual production management. Therefore, we adopt the benchmarking management technology to analyze the mine enterprise data, realization of searching process, build target, and ultimately help metallurgical mines to solve the problems existing in the process of standard. R language, as with a statistical analysis function and powerful mapping function , can be very good for data analysis and contrast. This paper is in view of the R language in moral standard management system application . 
#1056  
Title:  Approach to problem solving construction crew rotations 
Authors Name :  A. NAGIH , H. AIT HADDADENE , H. AIT HADDADENE , LAMAMRI ABDELKADER 
Authors Address :  Laboratory LITA, University Paul Verlaine  Metz, France 
Authors Email:  plamamri@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20131030 04:29:30 AM 
Abstract:  We are interested in problems from combinatorial optimization, more precisely, the problem of construction crew rotations with resource constraints. The problem is to cover cost of all flights of the company. Given the large size of the problems encountered in industry, these models are solved by an approach based on column generation that can handle implicitly all feasible solutions and a master problem determining the best solution. We present a new approach to improve the acceleration of the method of column generation problem for the construction crew rotations, it is projected in each arc, the resources on a vector of dimension less using a Lagrangean relaxation algorithm to determine the coefficients of the projection arc combined with an algorithm for reoptimization, well generates a subset of complementary solutions to the master problem. 
#1055  
Title:  Graphs associated to commutative rings 
Authors Name :  Ayman Badawi 
Authors Address :  American University of Sharjah, Dept. of Mathematics, Po.Box 26666, Sharjah, UAE 
Authors Email:  abadawi@aus.edu 
Submitted at:  20131027 10:55:24 PM 
Abstract:  Let R be a commutative ring. Recently, there has been considerable attention in the literature to associating graphs with algebraic structures. Probably the most attention has been to the zerodivisor graph. In this talk, we will illustrate (by basic examples) many properties of these graphs. 
#1054  
Title:  On Contra Faintly – Continuous Function 
Authors Name :  Felefil Salama 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Kaf ElSheikh University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  felefil58@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131027 05:12:29 PM 
Abstract:  On Contra Faintly – Continuous Function A A Nasef , F.S.Abd El Gaffer ,Adel A.S.Abo Seliem Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt Abstract The notion of contra  continuous was introduced by Nasef, in 2005[24]. In this paper we introduce a new class of contra continuous functions called contra faintly continuous functions by using the notion of open sets in topological spaces . The relationships between contra faintly continuous functions and anther contre continuous functions are investigated and studied. 
#1053  
Title:  Unsteady Solution Of The BGK Kinetic Model And NonEquilibrium Thermodynamic Study For Rarefied Gas Mixture Affected By A Thermal Radiation Field. 
Authors Name :  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid 
Authors Address :  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt 
Authors Email:  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131026 06:03:57 AM 
Abstract:  In the present study, a development of the paper [Can. J. of Phy., 2013, 91(3): 201210] is introduced. The nonstationary BGK (Bhatnager Gross Krook) model of the kinetic equations for a rarefied gas mixture affected by nonlinear thermal radiation field is solved instead of the single gas. Now, a wholly additional system of nonlinear partial differential equations should be solved which represent an arduous task. The new physical situation gives the problem a great generality and more applications. The new problem is investigated to follow the behavior of the macroscopic properties of the rarefied gas mixture such as the temperature and concentration. They are substituted into the corresponding two stream Maxiwell distribution functions permitting us to investigate the nonequilibrium thermodynamic properties of the system (gas + the heated plate). The entropy, entropy flux, entropy production, thermodynamic forces, kinetic coefficients are obtained for the mixture. The verification of the Boltzmann Htheorem, Le Chatelier principle and the second law of thermodynamic for the system, are investigated. The ratios between the different contributions of the internal energy changes based upon the total derivatives of the extensive parameters are estimated via the Gibbs formula. 3Dgraphics illustrating the calculated variables are drawn to predict their behavior and the results are discussed. 
#1052  
Title:  Unsteady Solution of the BGK kinetic model and nonequilibrium thermodynamic study for rarefied gas affected by a thermal radiation field. 
Authors Name :  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid , Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid , Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid 
Authors Address :  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt 
Authors Email:  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131025 06:28:51 PM 
Abstract:  In the present study, a development of the paper [JENT, 2011,36 (1), 7598] is introduced. The nonstationary BGK (Bhatnager Gross Krook) model of the kinetic equations for a rarefied gas affected by nonlinear thermal radiation field is solved instead of the stationary equations. The travelling wave solution method is used to get the exact solution of the nonlinear partial differential equations. These equations were produced from applying the moment method to the unsteady Boltzmann equation. Now, nonlinear partial differential equations should be solved in place of nonlinear ordinary differential equations, which represent an arduous task. The unsteady solution gives the problem a great generality and more applications. The new problem is investigated to follow the behavior of the macroscopic properties of the rarefied gas such as the temperature and concentration. They are substituted into the corresponding two stream Maxiwallian distribution functions permitting us to investigate the nonequilibrium thermodynamic properties of the system (gas + the heated plate). The entropy, entropy flux, entropy production, thermodynamic forces, kinetic coefficients are obtained for the mixture. The verification of the Boltzmann Htheorem, Le Chatelier principle and the second law of thermodynamic for the system, are investigated. The ratios between the different contributions of the internal energy changes based upon the total derivatives of the extensive parameters are estimated via the Gibbs formula. 3Dgraphics illustrating the calculated variables are drawn to predict their behavior and the results are discussed. 
#1051  
Title:  Numerical treatment of a problem of plane, uncoupled linear thermoelasticity for a square cylinder by a boundary integral method 
Authors Name :  Amr Ramadan El Dhaba 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Science  Damanhour university 
Authors Email:  amrramadaneg@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131024 05:01:05 PM 
Abstract:  A boundary integral method is used to obtain the numerical solution of a problem of thermoelasticity for a long cylinder with square crosssection subject to an external pressure and a heat source inside the cylinder. An ambient temperature and a Robin radiation condition are considered. The corners are smoothened suitably. Quantities of practical interest are calculated on the boundary. The results are discussed and figures are provided. 
#1050  
Title:  Discretization of The Geodesic Problem on Parametric Polyhedral Surfaces via Time Scale Calculus 
Authors Name :  Sibel Pasali Atmaca , Omer Akguller 
Authors Address :  Mugla Sitki Kocman University Faculty of Science Mathematics Department, Mugla, Turkey 
Authors Email:  sibela@mu.edu.tr 
Submitted at:  20131024 03:21:24 PM 
Abstract:  Geodesics on smooth manifolds are the generalizations of straight line and those are the straightest and locally the shortest curves. Discrete geodesics are differed from smooth geodesics at that point. Studies in the literature show that discrete geodesic curves cannot be the straightest and locally shortest at same time. The geodesics on polyhedral surfaces are studied intensively. The theory of time scales provides a generalized structure to discrete and continuous analysis problems. By the help of this theory, we obtain a new discrete topology on the triangulated surfaces via constructing the two dimensional time scale; then we construct an embedded graph which takes the nodes of it as the elements of the discrete topology as the net on parametric polyhedral surface. We aim to obtain the shortest paths as the straightest paths on that weighted graph by using the generalization of Disjkstra’s Algorithm. Therefore, we present a generalization of two solutions of discrete geodesic problem which are investigated as two distinct problems in the literature. 
#1049  
Title:  Electromagnetic field of a pulsed line source above a plane reflecting surface. 
Authors Name :  adel a. s. abo seliem 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt 
Authors Email:  adel_atta60@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131022 12:30:54 PM 
Abstract:  An exact representation for the electromagnetic field of a pulsed line source above a plane reflecting surface is obtained as a finite integral over the transient plane wave solution for complex angle of incidence . When applied to the reflection for a conducting earth is investigated theoretically. A solution for the transient and field is obtained as a finite two integral which permits accurate calculations in a minimum of computer time .Comparison with early – time and late time approximations available in the literature – shows that there is a wide range of time for which neither is accurate. 
#1048  
Title:  Electromagnetic field of a pulsed line source above a plane reflecting surface. 
Authors Name :  adel a. s. abo seliem 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt 
Authors Email:  adel_atta60@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131022 12:28:17 PM 
Abstract:  An exact representation for the electromagnetic field of a pulsed line source above a plane reflecting surface is obtained as a finite integral over the transient plane wave solution for complex angle of incidence . When applied to the reflection for a conducting earth is investigated theoretically. A solution for the transient and field is obtained as a finite two integral which permits accurate calculations in a minimum of computer time .Comparison with early – time and late time approximations available in the literature – shows that there is a wide range of time for which neither is accurate. 
#1047  
Title:  Communication of radio waves above rough surface 
Authors Name :  Osama M. AboSeida 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  aboseida@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131022 12:08:59 PM 
Abstract:  Communication of radio waves above rough surface Osama M. AboSeida and Samira T. Bishay Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh University, Egypt (email:aboseida@yahoo.com) Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Egypt (email:stbishay@yahoo.com) Abstract This monograph gives a systematic and unified of the treatment of the electromagnetic field of arrangement radiating a pure TEfield due to a vertical magnetic dipole in presence of two media separated by a variable interface . A knowledge of the solution for the case of uniform surface is here presumed. The problem of the transition conditions at the upper boundary of the two media is solved in imaging space of a Hankel transformation. Its reversal produces an integral representation of the interfering fields to be found. The effect of the roughness of the upper surface is studied by using a perturbation method which determines the initial deviations from the results obtained hitherto fore. A closedform expressions for the far field f a vertical magnetic dipole embedded in the ionosphere are obtained easily by using a simple technique to evaluate the Sommerfeld integral with the aid of complex image theory. The present approach can be also used to get the far field formulas for other similar cases. 
#1046  
Title:  ELLIPTIC CURVE OVER IFp[i] 
Authors Name :  Seddik ABDELALIM , Abdelhakim Chillali , Said ELHAJJI 
Authors Address :  Casa 
Authors Email:  seddikabd@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131021 08:52:00 PM 
Abstract:  We study the elliptic curve Ea;b and Ea;b over ring IFp[i] where, i^2=1[p]. More precisely we will establish a isomorphism between (Ea;b;+a;b)and (Ea;b;+a;b)... 
#1045  
Title:  The Mapping Method for Solving New Model Nonlinear Partial Differential Equation 
Authors Name :  M. S. AlAmry 
Authors Address :  Aden, Yemen 
Authors Email:  Salehm251@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131014 09:45:13 PM 
Abstract:  In this work we present a new model of BenjaminBonaMahony (BBM) equation. Then we apply the mapping method to solve the new model. Exact travelling wave solutions are obtained and expressed in terms of hyperbolic functions, trigonometric functions, rational functions and elliptic functions. 
#1044  
Title:  Numerical Studies for Some Types of Fractional Optimal Control Problems 
Authors Name :  Nasser Hassan Sweilam 
Authors Address :  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza 12613, Egypt 
Authors Email:  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20131014 09:54:46 AM 
Abstract:  In this talk, two different approches based on the spectral method are presented to study some types of fractional optimal control problems (FOCPs). The fractional derivative is described in the Caputo sense. The spectral method given here is based on the Chebyshev polynomials to approximate the unknown functions. Necessary and sucient optimality conditions are obtained in the first approach, where the Hamiltonian functional is defined. In the second approach the Clenshaw and Curtis procedure for the numerical integration of nonsingular functions and the RayleighRitz method are used to evaluate both the state and control variables. Illustrative examples are included to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the proposed techniques. The obtained numerical results show that the rst approach is more accurate than the second one. 
#1043  
Title:  Weingarten Parallel Surfaces in Euclidean 4Space 
Authors Name :  H. N. AbdEllah and S. A. Hassan 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Assiut, Assiut 71516 , EGYPT. 
Authors Email:  hamdy_n2000@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131010 04:59:32 PM 
Abstract:  Abstract: In this paper, we construct and obtain the necessary condition of Weingarten Parallel Surfaces in Euclidean 4Space E^{4 }. Special cases of these types are investigated and plotted. 
#1042  
Title:  .......... 
Authors Name :  Hossam Shawky 
Authors Address :  Arab Aademy for Science, Technology and Maritime TransportEgypt 
Authors Email:  hossams@aast.edu 
Submitted at:  20131010 02:40:22 AM 
Abstract:  ........ 
#1041  
Title:  Enhancement of the Exemplar Based Image Inpainting 
Authors Name :  Khaled F. Hussain , Sara T. Kamal 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Computers and Information, Assiut University, Egypt, Faculty of Science, Mathematical Department, Computer Science branch, Assiut University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  saratarik@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20131007 01:02:13 AM 
Abstract:  Image inpainting is the process of reconstructing missing parts of an image, and making the image looks natural to human eyes. The purpose of inpainting is to remove objects from an image by using information from neighbouring regions or from the whole image. In this paper, we enhanced the image quality after removing objects from it. When we apply our approach to different images we got better result than the existing method. 
#1040  
Title:  Characterization of the solution of a multiobjective optimization problem using the conjugate duality concept. 
Authors Name :  Mustapha Raïssouli , Rabie ZINE 
Authors Address :  Taibah University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Al Madinah Al Munawwarah, P.O.Box 30097, Zip Code 41477, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 
Authors Email:  raissouli_10@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131006 02:04:41 AM 
Abstract:  Using the conjugate duality concept in the sense of convex analysis, we give a characterization of the solution of the Multiobjective optimization problem. with a formulations of our initial problem in various practical forms. 
#1039  
Title:  FURTHER REFINEMENTS OF JENSEN'S TYPE INEQUALITIES FOR THE FUNCTION DEFINED ON THE RECTANGLE 
Authors Name :  Muhammad Adil Khan 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics University of Peshawar Pakistan 
Authors Email:  adilswati@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20131005 09:43:54 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we give refinement of Jensen's type inequalities given by Bakula and Pecaric (2006) for the coordinate convex function. Also we establish improvement of Jensen's inequality for the convex function of two variable. 
#1038  
Title:  Estimation Parameters of geometric fractional Brownian motion 
Authors Name :  Masnita Misiran , Mohammed Alhagyan 
Authors Address :  Malaysia , Utara University ,School of quantitve science 
Authors Email:  masnita@uum.edu.my 
Submitted at:  20131005 04:07:34 PM 
Abstract:  Geometric fractional Brownian motion GFBM model includes very important parameters that are used in fractional Black – Scholes model which is a natural improvement of standard Black – Scholes model which is widely used in options market. However, there are small numbers of contributions in literature that try to estimate these parameters. In this work, we replaced the constant volatility in GFBM model by stochastic volatility in order to get more accurate model in describing real market behavior. We estimated the parameters involved in GFBM provided that the volatility is deterministic function of stochastic process. 
#1037  
Title:  FURTHER REFINEMENTS OF JENSEN'S TYPE INEQUALITIES FOR THE FUNCTION DEFINED ON THE RECTANGLE 
Authors Name :  , A. Kilicman , G. A. Khan , Muhammad Adil Khan , T. Batbold , Tahir Ali 
Authors Address :  
Authors Email:  
Submitted at:  20131004 07:30:40 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we give refinement of Jensen's type inequalities given by Bakula and Pecaric (2006) for the coordinate convex function. Also we establish improvement of Jensen's inequality for the convex function of two variable. 
#1036  
Title:  Construction of associated dual ruled surfaces 
Authors Name :  Rawya hussein , Rawya hussein 
Authors Address :  ematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University Assiut 71516, Egypt 
Authors Email:  rawya_hussein@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130929 04:36:48 PM 
Abstract:  geometric properties of normal and rectifying dual curves associated to a dual space curve are given. For such associated curves, we construct dual ruled surface attached to the dual moving frame. The intrinsic and extrinsic property of these surfaces are obtained. 
#1035  
Title:  Intersection curves of two implicit surfaces in R3 
Authors Name :  M. A. Soliman, Nassar H. AbdelAll, Soad A. Hassan, Sayed A. Badr 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt 
Authors Email:  saodali@ymail.com 
Submitted at:  20130923 04:00:24 PM 
Abstract:  We present algorithms for computing the di¤erential geometry proper ties of Frenet apparatus (t; n; b; ; ) of intersection curves of two implicit surfaces in R3; for transversal and tangential intersection. This work is considered as a continuation to Ye and Maekawa (1999) using the method in Aléssio (2009). Using the implicit function theorem, we obtain a clas si cation of the singularities on the intersection curve. Some of examples are given and plotted. 
#1034  
Title:  Multispectral Remote Sensing Inversion for City Landscape Water Eutrophication based on GA – SVM 
Authors Name :  
Authors Address :  
Authors Email:  
Submitted at:  20130923 03:40:24 AM 
Abstract:  Eutrophication has become the primary water quality issue for most of Urban Landscape Water in the world. However, despite extensive research during the past four to five decades, many key questions in eutrophication science remain unanswered. By analyzing the enhanced thematic mapper (ETM) images, and quality observation data for many consecutive years in several parts of the Urban Landscape Water in Xi’an, China, a model for Water Quality remote sensing Retrieving of the Urban Landscape Water based on Support Vector Machine (SVM) was established. And the study was extended to the other major waterbody in the area of Xi’an city by using SVM eutrophication models. Based on the in situ monitoring data, the model is compared with water quality Retrieving methods of multiple regression and BP neural network. The result shows that GA SVM (Genetic algorithm) method is better than the inversion results of the neural network and the traditional statistical regression method, and the method of multiple regression results is better than traditional statistical regression results. SVM has strong nonlinear mapping ability, and SVM is suitable for the limited number of samples. Model parameters can be automatic optimization got by GA, so GA  SVM shows many advantages in solving regression problems. In short, GA SVM provides a new method for Remote Sensing Monitoring and application of the Urban Landscape Water Eutrophication and has made the good inversion results in the Xi’an area. Additionally, remote sensing result highly agreed with the situ monitoring data, indicating that remote sensing technology is feasible and effective for monitoring and evaluating the lake eutrophication in the Xi’an area and it also can be used to evaluate large scope lake eutrophication. 
#1032  
Title:  Geometry of the line space associated to a given dual Ruled surface 
Authors Name :  M.A.Soliman , Rawya abdel rahman hussein 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University 
Authors Email:  nhabdeal2002@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130921 02:53:49 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper,the dual ruled surfaces defined on the set of dual numbers are considered . The dual part represents a dual ruled submanifold line space and the geometric properties of their dual parts are investigated and plotted . 
#1031  
Title:  Parametric estimation of moving average 
Authors Name :  SABRI Khadidja 
Authors Address :  Oran. Algeria 
Authors Email:  wafae_021@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130920 07:15:26 PM 
Abstract:  We study a method for estimating parameters of a moving average process. The results show that the estimator is convergent and asymptotically normal. The estimator(RIVE) is based on the idea that all the information for the parameters is transmitted through the sample and the noise effect becomes negligible when n tends to infinity. We present results of numerical simulations on the asymptotic behavior of the estimator of J.Durbin for a model MA(1) using the software R. 
#1030  
Title:  Matrix represantations for the beta type polynomials 
Authors Name :  YILMAZ SIMSEK 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Akdeniz University AntalyaTurkey 
Authors Email:  ysimsek@akdeniz.edu.tr 
Submitted at:  20130916 05:15:53 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we study on fundamental properties of the Beta type polynomials. We give some functional equations and PDEs related to the generating functions for the Beta type polynomials. By using these equation we derive some new identities of the Beta type polynomials. We give matrix represantations for these polynomials. We also give some remarks and applications related to these functions. 
#1029  
Title:  Explicit Approximation Solutions and Proof of Convergence of the SpaceTime Fractional Advection Dispersion Equations 
Authors Name :  E. A. AbdelRehim 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics and Copmuter science, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal university, Ismailia 
Authors Email:  entsarabdalla@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130916 01:29:16 PM 
Abstract:  The spacetime fractional advection dispersion equations are linear partial pseudodifferential equation with spatial fractional derivatives in time and in space and are used to model transport at the earth surface. The time fractional order is denoted by and is devoted to the space fractional order. The time fractional advection dispersion equations describe particle motion with memory in time. Spacefractional advection dispersion equations arise when velocity variations are heavy tailed and describe particle motion that accounts for variation in the flow field over entire system. I focus on this paper on finding the precise explicit discrete approximate solutions to these models for some values of with while the Cauchy case as is studied separately. I compare the numerical results of these models for different values and and for some other related changes. The approximate solutions of these models are also discussed as a random walk with or without a memory depending on the value of . Then I prove that the discrete solution in the Fourierlaplace space of theses models converges in distribution to the FourierLaplace transform of the corresponding fractional differential equations for all the fractional values of and . 
#1028  
Title:  A comparative study on the Reliability Estimation Methods 
Authors Name :  ahmed hamed abdellah , yasser salama hassan 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Sohag 82524, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  ahmhamed@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130915 09:38:22 PM 
Abstract:  The modifiedinverse Weibull distribution (MIWD) is a new reliability model and important family capable of representing the bathtub behavior of the hazard rate. In this paper, we consider the estimation of the reliability function , when X and Y are independent and both are modified inverse Weibull distributions (MIWD). The Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling methods is used for posterior inference of the reliability of the stressstrength model. The maximum likelihood is used to estimate the function R. On the other hand, we also propose a bootstrap confidence interval of R, as well as the Bayesian estimators with balanced loss function using informative and noninformative priors. Different methods and the corresponding confidence intervals are compared using Monte Carlo simulations. The Bayes estimation based on the MCMC method shows minimum MSEs than both the MLE and bootstrap methods for large sample sizes. Keywords: modifiedinverse Weibull distribution; maximum likelihood estimator; bootstrap confidence intervals; MCMC methods 
#1027  
Title:  Different Configurations for Dynamic Latched Comparators used in Analog to Digital converters 
Authors Name :  Mohamed AbouDina , Kareem Mohamed Abozeid 
Authors Address :  Cairo 
Authors Email:  maboudina@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130915 12:00:06 PM 
Abstract:  This paper presents a comparison in the consumed power between different configurations of dynamic latched comparator used in low power successive approximation register (SAR) Analog to Digital (A/D) converters used in many Electrical, Radiofrequency identification (RFID) and biomedical applications. This comparison is in architecture, consumed power and propagation time delay. The comparison is done under constant input referred offset under simulation with cadencevirtuoso (130nm) technology. 
#1026  
Title:  On generalization of intuitionistic fuzzy biideals in semigroups 
Authors Name :  Saleem Abdullah , Saleem Abdullah 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, QuaidiAzam University, Islamabad Paksitan 
Authors Email:  saleemabdullah81@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130912 10:36:16 PM 
Abstract:  The concept of quasicoincidence of intuitionistic fuzzy point with an intuitionistic fuzzy set is considered. By using this idea, the notion of (α,β)intuitionistic fuzzy biideals, (1,2)ideals in a semigroup introduced and consequently, a generalization of intuitionistic fuzzy biideals is defined. In this paper, we study the related properties of the (α,β)intuitionistic fuzzy biideals, (1,2) ideals and in particular, an (∈,∈∨q)fuzzy biideals and (1,2) ideals in semigroups will be investigated. 
#1025  
Title:  A MultiObjective Stochastic Solid Transportation Model with Constraints Following Weibull Distribution. 
Authors Name :  AMRIT DAS , DR. UTTAM KUMAR BERA 
Authors Address :  NIT AGARTALA 
Authors Email:  das.amrit12@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130912 12:21:20 PM 
Abstract:  The main focus of this paper is to develop a multiobjective stochastic solid transportation problem in which the constraints are inequality type,probabilistic in nature and all the parameters (supply, demand and conveyance) are following Weibull distribution. At first we convert the proposed multiobjective stochastic solid transportation problem into an equivalent deterministic modelunder chance constrained programming technique framework. Then global criteria method is applied to find the solution of the problem. Lastly an arithmetical example is provided for the sake of explain the methodology. Keywords: Multiobjective Solid Transportation Problem, Stochastic Programming, Weibull distribution, Global Criteria Method. 
#1024  
Title:  Polygonal Numbers and Fermat's Last Theorem 
Authors Name :  Aseem Bhagwat 
Authors Address :  Room N32, New Hostel, Indian Statistical Institute, Mysore Road, Bangalore  560059, India 
Authors Email:  bhagwat.aseem@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130910 11:53:15 AM 
Abstract:  We begin with the elementary Diophantine x2 + y2 = z2 in positive integers, which we know has infinite solutions. Fermat's Last Theorem does not let us generalize this for higher powers. But we can generalize this for polygonal numbers; we can in fact prove that there are infinitely many ngonal numbers which can be represented as a sum of m ngonal numbers, for all m and n. Now, if we consider the above Diophantine for higher dimensional regular convex polytope numbers(squares above being two dimensional regular convex polytopes), we notice that there are special cases in each dimension where the solutions do not exist. As we see where the solutions exist and where they do not, we gain some new insights into Fermat's Last Theorem. We observe that Fermat's Last Theorem does not simply give us a family of Diophantine equations having no positive integer solutions, but something much more significant. Lastly, based on our insights, we ask a few questions, which if answered, could actually explain in a different way why Fermat's Last Theorem holds! 
#1023  
Title:  A mathematical modelling investigation of the Easter Island Ecology 
Authors Name :  N. Alexia Raharinirina , Gunnar Brandt , Lenkeu Lenkeu Nadège Octavie 
Authors Address :  AIMSSenegal 
Authors Email:  alexia@aimssenegal.org 
Submitted at:  20130908 10:51:53 PM 
Abstract:  Easter Island or ``Rapa Nui '' is a small and isolated island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean that was first discovered and colonized by Polynesian settlers around $1200$A.D.. The rise and collapse of the Polynesian society and the driving forces of the population dynamics have attracted the interest of many scholars over the last decades. Today, Easter Island is considered as a warning example for unsustainable resource use on a global scale. Since the trees were the main and limiting resource of the islanders, the common hypothesis is that the inhabitants deforested the Island leading to starvation, war, and a general decline of their civilization. Some recent evidence indicates however, that the decline of the trees might have been caused, at least in part, by a large population of Pacific Rats brought to the Island by the early settlers. The role of tree harvesting and rats was modeled by the Basener et al. in a three equations model of people, trees, and rats1. We present here a modified version of the Basener et \emph{al.} model that allows to study the effect of variable harvest behaviour on the stability and dynamics of the coupled socialecological system on Easter Island. References: 1 Rats investigated human collapse on Easter Island , W. Basener, B. Brooks, M. Radin, and T. Wiandt, Non linear Dynamics Psychol Life Sci 12 (2008), no. 3, 227240. 
#1022  
Title:  Exterior Point Simplex Method for Solving Linear Programming Problems with Fuzzy Numbers 
Authors Name :  E. M. Badr 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Computers and Informatics, Benha University, Benha, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  badrgraph@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130908 07:40:38 PM 
Abstract:  The exterior point simplex algorithm (EPSA) is up to 10 times faster than the primal simplex algorithm (PSA) on medium size linear programs [1]. Here, We first introduce a new method ( Fuzzy Exterior Point Simplex Algorithm ( FEPSA ) ) for solving fuzzy number linear programming problems, by use of linear ranking function. We state our recently established results and develop the fuzzy exterior point simplex algorithm. Finally, we give an illustrative example. 
#1021  
Title:  New soliton and periodic solutions for system of Zakharov equations Via distinct approaches 
Authors Name :  S. I . ElGanaini , M ElSabbagh 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Damanhour University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  ganaini5533@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130901 10:41:10 AM 
Abstract:  Abstract In this paper ,we use He s semi variational principle and first integral method for an analytic treatment of the system of Zakharov equations (SZE) which play an important role in the interaction of laserplasma . Some new exact solutions are formally derived. The two used distinct approaches are powerful, effective and can be applied to other integrable equations as well as non integrable ones. Keywords : soliton solutions , He's method , first integral method ,and Zakharov equations. 
#1020  
Title:  Regional Boundary Controllability Problem with Constraints 
Authors Name :  Ali Boutoulout , Layla Ezzahri 
Authors Address :  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco 
Authors Email:  boutouloutali@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130901 01:55:10 AM 
Abstract:  The aim of this paper is to characterize the minimum energy control that steers a hyperbolic system to a final state between two prescribed functions only on a boundary subregion of the evolution system domain. This problem is solved using two approach. The first one is formulated in terms of subdifferential associated with a minimized functional. The second one is formulated as a system of equations for arguments of the lagrange systems. The obtained results are illustrated by numerical simulations which lead to some conjectures. 
#1019  
Title:  Regional Boundary Controllability Problem with Constraints 
Authors Name :  Layla Ezzahri , Ali Boutoulout 
Authors Address :  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco 
Authors Email:  lailaezzahri@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130901 01:02:06 AM 
Abstract:  The aim of this paper is to characterize the minimum energy control that steers a hyperbolic system to a final state between two prescribed functions only on a boundary subregion of the evolution system domain. This problem is solved using two approaches. The first one is formulated in terms of subdifferential associated with a minimized functional. The second one is formulated as a system of equations for arguments of the lagrange systems. The obtained results are illustrated by numerical simulations which lead to some conjectures. 
#1018  
Title:  Regional boundary controllability of the gradient in hyperbolic systems 
Authors Name :  Boutoulot ali , Bourray hamid , El harraki Imad 
Authors Address :  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Sciences Meknes Morocco 
Authors Email:  boutouloutali@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130831 08:20:50 PM 
Abstract:  The aim of this paper is to show how we can attain a final gradient given only on a part of the boundary in hyperbolic systems, and minimise the cast of the control that will realize this objective. First, we will define some properties of this new concept, and then we will concentrate on the determination of the control which would achieve a given final gradient with minimum energy. The developed approach leads to numerical algorithms for constructing optimal control. This approach is also illustrated by an example. 
#1017  
Title:  Stability study of a queueing system 
Authors Name :  Amina Angelika BOUCHNTOUF 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Laboratory. Department of Mathematics. Djillali Liabes University. ALGERIA. 
Authors Email:  bouchentouf_amina@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130831 03:26:04 PM 
Abstract:  In this work, we study the stability of a queueing model of storage and transmission bandwidth allocation in computer and communication systems. An analysis of the stability properties of the bandwidth allocation algorithm First Fit is made. So, In this work we prove that under some hypothesis, the Markov process which defines this queueing system is ergodic if the "natural" condition is satised. 
#1016  
Title:  The peak of the solution of certain Turing system 
Authors Name :  Janpou Nee 
Authors Address :  General Education Center, ChienKuo Technology University, Changhua, Taiwan 
Authors Email:  jpnee@ctu.edu.tw 
Submitted at:  20130831 06:26:23 AM 
Abstract:  It is well known that the instability of Turing system leads to pattern formation. To this end, we study the local behavior of the solution of certain Turing system. We prove that the peak of the solution attend at the boundary. This results coincide with authors previous results. 
#1015  
Title:  An Approximation of Fuzzy Linear System Based on Trapezoidal Fuzzy Numbers 
Authors Name :  Nazihah Ahmad , Ghassan Malkawi , Haslinda Ibrahim 
Authors Address :  School of Quantitative Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah. 
Authors Email:  nazihah@uum.edu.my 
Submitted at:  20130830 10:44:23 PM 
Abstract:  This paper provides fuzzy solutions of a fuzzy linear system (FLS) of equations using matrix theory. We study the fuzzy linear system with trapezoidal fuzzy numbers which called the leftright fuzzy linear system (LRFLS), where it is usually considered as triangular fuzzy numbers in the previous literature. LRFLS is as an extension of FLS that will generalize the particular form of fuzzy numbers to trapezoidal fuzzy numbers. The components of trapezoidal fuzzy numbers are represented in block matrices in order to produce system equivalent to linear system. Numerical examples are presented to illustrate the proposed method. The analysis reveals that the proposed method is applicable to provide fuzzy solutions on large scale size for FLS and LRFLS. 
#1014  
Title:  The effect of Papanastasiou Viscosity on Steady MHD Flow and Heat Transfer between two Parallel Plates in the Presence of Dissipations and Radiation 
Authors Name :  Raafat Riad Rizkalla , Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 
Authors Email:  bebo1.belal2@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130830 04:01:54 PM 
Abstract:  The paper investigates the effects of Papanastasiou Viscosity, radiation and heat transfer on steady MHD flow between two parallel plates in the presence of dissipations. The plates are stationary and subjected to constant but different temperatures. The governing partial differential equations are solved numerically by using finite difference method . The effects of the parameters describing the Papanastasiou fluid flow and heat transfer behaviors on the velocity, temperature and Nusselt number distributions are studied. The effects of various parameters like radiation, magnetic field parameter, Brinkman number on temperature field, heat transfer, velocity for both the fluid and particle phases are displayed through graphs and discussed numerically. The variations of velocity and fluid temperature are presented graphically. 
#1013  
Title:  Exact Solutions For Non Linear Partial Differential Equations Using 
Authors Name :  R Zait , M El_Sabbagh , R M Abdelazeem 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University, Egypt 
Authors Email:  zaitus@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130829 10:07:25 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we establish new exact solutions for some nonlinear partial differential equations of interest such as the KoupKupershmitit, the shallow water,and the Boussinesq equations. The improved exponential function method is also used to construct periodic and solitary wave solutions for the considered equations. Keywords: Nonlinear PDEs, Exact Solutions, Nonlinear Waves, improved exponential function method and solitary wave solutions. 
#1012  
Title:  Explicit Approximation Solutions and Proof of Convergence of the SpaceTime Fractional Advection Dispersion Equations 
Authors Name :  Entsar Ahmed Abdalla abdelRehim 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt 
Authors Email:  entsarabdalla@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130829 08:34:15 PM 
Abstract:  The spacetime fractional advection dispersion equations are linear partial pseudodifferential equation with spatial fractional derivatives in time and in space and are used to model transport at the earth surface. The time fractional order is denoted by $ \beta \in (0,1]$ and $ \alpha \in (0,2]$ is devoted to the space fractional order. The time fractional advection dispersion equations describe particle motion with memory in time. spacefractional advection dispersion equations arise when velocity variations are heavy tailed and describe particle motion that accounts for variation in the flow field over entire system. I focus on this paper on finding the precise explicit discrete approximate solutions to these models for some values of $0 <\beta\le 1 $ with $0< \alpha<1$ , $1< \alpha < 2$ while the Cauchy case as $\alpha=1$ and the classical case as $\alpha=2$ with $\beta=1$ are studied separately. I compare the numerical results of these models for different values of $\alpha$ and $\beta$ and for some other related changes. The approximate solutions of these models are also discussed as a random walk with or without a memory depending on the value of $\beta$. Then I prove that the discrete solution in the Fourierlaplace space of theses models converges in distribution to the FourierLaplace transform of the corresponding fractional differential equations for all the fractional values of $\alpha$ and $\beta$. 
#1011  
Title:  An Evaluation of Color Vision Deficiency Testing Using Standard Plates and Computerized One 
Authors Name :  Hatem M. Marey , Noura A. Semary 
Authors Address :  Ophthalmology departmentFaculty of Medicine Menofia University Shebin ElKom  Egypt 
Authors Email:  hatemmarey@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130829 03:22:28 PM 
Abstract:  Color vision deficiency (CVD) refers to the inability to distinguish different dominant colors. CVD is an inherited defect that causes a damage or functionality weakness in one or more of color receptors in human eyes. There are a lot of wellknown traditional clinical tests for CVD diagnosis. One of these tests is the Ishihara plates. In this paper, an evaluation study of using computerized diagnosis system compared to the traditional plates. In this study, 100 volunteers have been checked using both traditional ishihara plates and a computer diagnosis program. The study shows an identical diagnosis results which means that the new technologies can replace the traditional clinical tests or can be used for screening purpose in hard testing conditions. 
#1010  
Title:  Molecular dynamic study for ultrathin Nickel nanowires at the same temperature 
Authors Name :  M. D. Starostenkov , M.M. Aish 
Authors Address :  I. I. Polzunov Altai State Technical University, Barnaul, Russia, 
Authors Email:  mohamedeash2@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130828 10:57:14 AM 
Abstract:  Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations have been carried out on pure ultrathin Nickel (Ni) crystal with facecentered cubic (FCC) lattice upon application of uniaxial tension at nanolevel with a speed of 20 m/s. The deformation corresponds to the direction <001>. To the calculated block of crystal  free boundary conditions are applied in the directions <100>, <010>. Morse potential was employed to carry out three dimensional molecular dynamics simulations. A computer experiment is performed at a temperature corresponding to 10 K, 300 K and 1000 K. MD simulation used to investigate the effect of long of ultrathin Ni nanowire on the nature of deformation and fracture. The engineering stress–time diagrams obtained by the MD simulations of the tensile specimens of these ultrathin Ni nanowires show a rapid increase in stress up to a maximum followed by a gradual drop to zero when the specimen fails by ductile fracture. The feature of deformation energy can be divided into four regions: quasielastic, plastic, flow and failure. The results showed that breaking position depended on the nanowire length. 
#1009  
Title:  Explicit Examples of Inextensible Flows of Curves in Spherical Space $\mathbb{S}^{3}$ 
Authors Name :  Samah Gaber Mohamed Hassanien 
Authors Address :  Egypt, Assiut University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics. 
Authors Email:  samah_gaber2000@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130828 04:33:26 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper we study the motion of curves in $3$dimensional spherical space $\mathbb{S}^{3}$. We derive the evolution equations of the orthonormal frame and evolution equations for curvatures. Moreover, we give some explicit examples of motions of inextensible curves in $\mathbb{S}^{3}$ and we determine the curves from their intrinsic equations (curvature and torsion). Then we determine the surfaces that are generated by the motion of these curves and draw these surfaces in $\mathbb{S}^{3}$. 
#1008  
Title:  A multiview face detection method using a generalized Hough transform. 
Authors Name :  Mourad Ahmed , Mahmoud Hassaballah 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  mourad.ahmed@sci.svu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130828 04:08:23 AM 
Abstract:  Due its wide range of human facerelated applications, face detection has been considered one of the most important areas of research in the field of image processing and pattern recognition. Though current methods perform well on frontal face images, their performance degrades considerably when the input images are with nonfrontal face. This paper proposes an efficient approach for detecting nonfrontal face using a probabilistic framework based on Hough forests. Hough forests can be regarded as taskadapted codebooks of local appearance that allow fast supervised training and fast matching at test time, codebooks are built upon a pool of heterogeneous local appearance features, a codebook is learned for the face appearance features that models the spatial distribution and appearance of facial parts of the human face. Extensive evaluation of the proposed method on various datasets shows the usefulness of the method. We show that the suggested method improves the detection rate and accuracy outperforming the published stateof the art methods. 
#1007  
Title:  Statistic and its role in Cryptology within the Multidisciplinary Prospective 
Authors Name :  Sattar B. Sadkhan 
Authors Address :  University of Babylon , Iraq 
Authors Email:  drengsattar@ieee.org 
Submitted at:  20130825 11:01:48 AM 
Abstract:  Cryptology nowadays is one of the most important areas of applied mathematics, building on deep results and methods from various areas of mathematics. There are specific contributions of some Arab cryptologists based on newly discovered documents that include books of alKindī, ibn Adlān and ibn adDuraihim. Factors behind the emergence and advancement of Arab cryptology.
The word ‘cipher’ in European languages comes from the Arabic word sifr. The 9thcentury Arab scientist alKindī is the author of the oldest known book on cryptology, antedating any other by more than 300 years. AlKindi used relative frequency analysis some 1100 years ago to decode messages, some 800 years before the correspondence between Pascal and Fermat.
The talk will present a large number of probabilistic and stochastic aspects of cryptographic systems, such as:

#1006  
Title:  FINITE DIFFERENCE ANALYSIS OF FREE CONVECTION AND MASS TRANSFER EFFECTS PAST A VERTICAL CONE 
Authors Name :  O. Anwar Bég , Dr. S. Gouse Mohiddin , S. Vijaya kumar Varma , V.R. Prasad 
Authors Address :  Gort EngovationPropulsion and Thermosciences,15 Southmere Avenue, Bradford, BD73NU, England, UK. 
Authors Email:  gortoab@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130824 09:32:23 PM 
Abstract:  Finite difference analysis of the unsteady free convective heat and mass transfer in a viscoelastic fluid past a vertical cone is presented. This model is employed to simulate medical creams and other rheological liquids encountered in biotechnology and chemical engineering. This rheological model introduces supplementary terms into the momentum conservation equation. The dimensionless unsteady, coupled and nonlinear partial differential conservation equations for the boundary layer regime are solved by the finite difference scheme of CrankNicolson type.The velocity, temperature and concentration fields have been studied for the effect of Prandtl number, viscoelasticity parameter, Schmidt number, buoyancy ratio parameter and semi vertical cone angle. The local skinfriction Nusselt number and Sherwood number are also presented and analyzed graphically. It is observed that, when the viscoelasticity parameter increases, the velocity increases close to the cone surface. The present results are compared with available results in literature and are found to be in good agreement. 
#1005  
Title:  TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF THE INCIDENCE OF HIV/AIDS: BOXJENKINS METHODOLOGY APPROACH. 
Authors Name :  Garba, Hussaini Dikko 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria –Nigeria. 
Authors Email:  hgdikko@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130823 08:58:50 PM 
Abstract:  In an effort to counter the technical difficulties in solving analytical stochastic models and the problem of sufficient data on HIV/AIDS incidence, the BoxJenkins methodology approach was adopted in constructing various forecasting models. The ARIMA models were identified and parameters of the tentatively identified models computed. Analysis of the residuals of the ARIMA models aided at checking the adequacy of the identified models which were subsequently used for forecasting. This research succeeded in presenting a clearer picture of the pattern of behaviour of the HIV/AIDS epidemic within Northern Nigerian State of Kaduna. 
#1004  
Title:  Exact traveling wave solutions to a new coupled nonlinear Schrodinger type equation via two distinct approaches 
Authors Name :  S . I . ElGanaini , M . F . El  Sabbagh 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department , Faculty of Science , Damanhour University , Bahira 22514 , Egypt 
Authors Email:  ganaini5533@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130819 08:51:26 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper , the first integral method will be applied to integrate a new coupled nonlinear Schrodinger type equation . Using this method , new exact traveling wave solutions will be obtained using ideas from the theory of commutative algebra. Finally , soliton solutions will be also obtained using the JiHuan He s semiinverse method. 
#1003  
Title:  A Case Study on the Sustainability of a Construction Site Using USNBased Data Acquisition 
Authors Name :  Yoonseok Shin , GwangHee Kim , Sangyong Kim 
Authors Address :  Department of Plant/Architectural Engineering, Kyonggi Univ., 15242 Gwanggyosanro, Yeongtonggu, Suwonsi, Gyeonggido, 443760 Republic of Korea. 
Authors Email:  shiny@kgu.ac.kr 
Submitted at:  20130815 05:06:11 AM 
Abstract:  In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in the adoption of emerging Ubiquitous Sensor Network (USN) technologies for instrumentation within a variety of sustainability systems. USN is emerging as sensing paradigms that the sustainability management field has begun to consider as substitutes for traditional tethered monitoring systems. Researchers are discovering that USN is an exciting technology that should not be viewed as simply a substitute for traditional tethered monitoring systems. This study investigated that movement monitoring measurement system of a mixeduse apartment is developed as a research environment for USN and related decisionsupport technologies. To address the apparent danger of movements, agent mediated communication concepts have been designed to autonomously manage large amounts of information exchanges. This study also describes the design of the proposed system in detail, including its principles, data processing algorithms, system architecture, and user interface details. Results of the test bed and construction site experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of the USNbased data acquisition system for monitoring realtime movement operation. 
#1002  
Title:  Inequalities of generalized trigonometric and hyperbolic functions 
Authors Name :  Barkat Ali Bhayo 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematical Information Technology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland 
Authors Email:  bhayo.barkat@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130810 09:17:34 PM 
Abstract:  In 1995, P. Lindqvist studied generalized trigonometric functions depending on a parameter p > 1. These so called ptrigonometric functions reduce to the familiar functions for the case p = 2. Most recently, S. Takeuchi has taken one step further and investigated the (p, q) trigonometric functions depending on two parameters instead of one, and which for p = q reduce to the pfunctions of Lindqvist. Here we prove several inequalities involving these functions, and we also prove the generalized convexity/concavity properties of these functions. 
#1001  
Title:  Solitons, shock waves, conservation laws for Boussinesq equation with power law nonlinearity and dual dispersion. 
Authors Name :  Anjan Biswas 
Authors Address :  Delaware State University, Dover, DE, USA 
Authors Email:  biswas.anjan@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130805 07:41:07 AM 
Abstract:  This talk will be on soliton solutions of the Boussinesq equation with power law nonlinearity and dual dispersion. The second dispersion term arises from surface tension of water. The traveling wave hypothesis will be applied to obtain the solitary wave solution. Additionally, the ansatz method will extract solitary waves, shock waves and singular soliton solutions. The connection between the singular solitons and solitary waves will be given. The conservation laws will be discussed. 
#1000  
Title:  Convergence Analysis of Jacobi pseudospectral method for the Volterra delay integrodifferential equations 
Authors Name :  Zhang Xiaoyong 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Maritime University,Haigang Avenue, 1550, Shanghai, 201306, China 
Authors Email:  zxyo20@163.com 
Submitted at:  20130802 10:54:12 AM 
Abstract:  The Jacobi pseudospectral method for the Volterra delay integrodifferential equations of the second kind is proposed in this paper. We provide a rigorous error analysis for the proposed method, which indicates that the numerical errors (in the L2 !;  norm and the L∞norm ) will decay exponentially provided that the source function is sufficiently smooth. Numerical examples are given to illustrate the theoretical results. 
#999  
Title:  About method of constructing a point estimate having good asymptotic properties 
Authors Name :  Ayman Iskakova 
Authors Address :  010008, Astana, Mirzoyan St., 2, L.N. Gumoliyov ENU, Mechanik & Math Depatment 
Authors Email:  ayman.astana@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130731 11:08:05 AM 
Abstract:  One method of definition of an estimation having good asymptotic properties, from unbiased set is described. 
#998  
Title:  The Fractional SIR Model with Salmonella Bacterial Infection 
Authors Name :  Fathalla Rihan , M. Naim Anwar 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE 
Authors Email:  frihan@uaeu.ac.ae 
Submitted at:  20130730 10:22:58 AM 
Abstract:  This paper deals with the fractionalorder SIR model associated with the Salmonella bacterial infection in infected herds. Qualitative dynamics of the model is determined by the basic reproduction number, R_0. We give a detailed analysis for the asymptotic stability of diseasefree and positive fixed points. Nonstandard finite difference methods have been used to solve and simulate the system fractionalorder differential models. The obtained results give insight to the modelers and infectious disease specialists. 
#997  
Title:  The Fractional SIR Model with Salmonella Bacterial Infection 
Authors Name :  F.A. Rihan, M. N. Anwar, and S. Lakshmanan , Fathalla Rihan 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE 
Authors Email:  m.anwar@uaeu.ac.ae 
Submitted at:  20130730 10:05:03 AM 
Abstract:  This paper deals with the fractionalorder SIR model associated with the Salmonella bacterial infection in infected herds. Qualitative dynamics of the model is determined by the basic reproduction number, R_0. We give a detailed analysis for the asymptotic stability of diseasefree and positive fixed points. Nonstandard finite difference methods have been used to solve and simulate the system fractionalorder differential models. The obtained results give insight to the modelers and infectious disease specialists. 
#996  
Title:  Delay Differential Equations in Biosciences: Parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis 
Authors Name :  Fathalla A. Rihan 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematical Sciences, College of Science, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain 15551, UAE 
Authors Email:  frihan@uaeu.ac.ae 
Submitted at:  20130725 05:14:42 PM 
Abstract:  This is a review article to show that delay differential models have a richer mathematical framework (compared with models without memory or aftereffects) and a better consistency with biological phenomena such dynamical diseases and cell growth dynamics. The article provides a general computational technique to treat numerically the emerging delay differential models. It introduces the numerical algorithms for parameter estimations, using least squares approach. The article introduces a variational method to evaluate sensitivity of the state variables to small perturbations in the initial conditions and parameters appear in the model. An application to show the consistency of DDE models with cell growth dynamics is also considered. 
#995  
Title:  UNSTEADY NONDARCIAN FLOW BETWEEN TWO STATIONERY PARALLEL PLATES IN POROUS MEDIUM WITH HEAT TRANSFER SUBJECT TO UNIFORM SUCTION OR INJECTION 
Authors Name :  M.A.I. Essawy , A.A. Ramadan , A.H. Khater , H.A. Attia 
Authors Address :  Higher Technological Institute (HTI), 3rd zone, 7th section – P.O Box NO. 4  6th of October City, Giza, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mohamed.essawy@hti.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130725 03:46:32 AM 
Abstract:  The unsteady nonDarcian flow in porous medium of a viscous incompressible fluid bounded by two stationery parallel porous plates is studied with heat transfer. A nonDarcy model that obeys the Forchheimer extension is assumed for the characteristics of the porous medium. A uniform and constant pressure gradient is applied in the axial direction whereas a uniform suction and injection are applied in the direction normal to the plates. The two plates are kept at constant and different temperatures and the viscous dissipation is not ignored in the energy equation. The effects of the porosity of the medium, inertial effects and the uniform suction and injection velocity on both the velocity and temperature distributions are investigated. 
#994  
Title:  UNSTEADY COUETTE FLOW THROUGH A POROUS MEDIUM WITH TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT PROPERTIES UNDER EXPONENTIAL DECAYING PRESSURE GRADIENT 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130717 08:34:10 PM 
Abstract:  The steady generalized Couette flow with heat transfer between parallel plates through a porous medium is studied considering variable properties. The fluid is acted upon by an exponential decaying pressure gradient. The viscosity and the thermal conductivity are assumed to be temperature dependent. The two plates are kept at two constant but different temperatures and the viscous dissipation is considered in the energy equation. A numerical solution for the governing nonlinear coupled equations of motion and the energy equation is obtained. The effect of porosity, temperature dependent viscosity, and temperature dependent thermal conductivity on both the velocity and temperature distributions is examined. 
#993  
Title:  EFFECT OF OHMIC HEATING ON TRANSIENT ROTATING DISK FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OF A CONDUCTING NON NEWTONIAN FLUID WITH SUCTIONINJECTION 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130717 04:40:44 PM 
Abstract:  The time varying hydromagnetic (MHD) flow with heat transfer of an incompressible conducting nonNewtonian fluid above an infinite rotating porous disk is investigated considering the Ohmic heating. An external axial uniform magnetic field and a uniform injection or suction through the surface of the disk are applied. Numerical solutions for the governing nonlinear partial differential equations are obtained using finite differences. 
#992  
Title:  Higher order operators in divergence form elliptic in the sense of Garding's inequality & applications 
Authors Name :  Mahmoud QAFSAOUI 
Authors Address :  ESTACA  Groupe ISAE, Rue G. Charpak, 53061 Laval cedex 9, France 
Authors Email:  mahmoud.qafsaoui@estaca.fr 
Submitted at:  20130716 04:59:03 PM 
Abstract:  \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{latexsym} \usepackage{amsthm} \title{\bf Higher order operators in divergence form elliptic in the sense of Garding's inequality and applications\\ \vskip 0.5cm \large{\it Mahmoud QAFSAOUI} \vskip.2cm {\it ESTACA  Groupe ISAE}\\ {\it (Institut Sup\'erieur de l'A\'eronautique \& de l'Espace)}\\ {\it France} } \date{} \begin{document} \maketitle We study some elliptic and parabolic results of a class of higher order operators with nonsmooth coefficients, elliptic in the sense of G$\mathring{a}$rding's inequality : $\exists \lambda_0>0$ and $\lambda_1>0$, $\forall$ $u\in H^m(\mathbb{R}^n)$, $$Re\Biggl( \int_{\mathbb{R}^n}\sum_{\alpha=\beta=m}a_{\alpha\beta}(x) D^{\beta}u(x)\overline{D^{\alpha}u(x)}dx\Biggr)\geq \lambda_1\int_{\mathbb{R}^n}\nabla^m u^2dx\, \, \lambda_0\int_{\mathbb{R}^n}u^2dx$$ where $a_{\alpha\beta}\in L^{\infty}(\mathbb{R}^n,\mathbb{C})$ are independent of time. As applications, we derive :\\ \noindent (1) Gaussian estimates for the heat kernel of the homogeneous operators $\displaystyle L_0=(1)^m\sum_{\alpha=\beta=m}D^{\alpha}\big(a_{\alpha\beta}D^{\beta}\big)$ under an elliptic condition.\\ (2) A Caccioppoli inequality for inhomogeneous operators associated to $L_0$.\vskip 0.2cm \noindent (3) Large time asymptotic behavior, in $L^p$ ($1\leq p\leq \infty$), of higher derivatives $D^{\gamma} u(t)$ of solutions of the nonlinear equation : $$ \begin{cases} u_t +(\Delta^m A\Delta^m)u=a.\nabla^{\theta}(\psi(u))\ \text{ on } \mathbb{R}^n\times (0,\infty),\\ u(0)=u_0\in L^1(\mathbb{R}^n) \end{cases}$$ where $\psi$ is a nonlinearity function. \\ \vskip 0.2cm \noindent {\it Keywords: Higher operators, Garding's inequality, heat kernel, gaussian estimates, De Giorgi estimates, higher nonlinear reactiondiffusion equations.} \end{document} 
#991  
Title:  Regularized Sinc Collocation Method Applied To First Kind Fredholm Integral Equation. 
Authors Name :  Neggal Billel 
Authors Address :  Laboratory of Applied Mathematics, University Badji MokhtarAnnaba P.O.Box 12, Annaba 23000, Algeria 
Authors Email:  bilelnegal@hotmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130711 09:29:11 PM 
Abstract:  In this study one of the new techniques is used to solve numerical problems involving integral equations known as regularized sinccollocation method. This method has been shown to be a powerful numerical tool for finding accurate solutions. So, in this talk, some properties of the regularized sinccollocation method required for our subsequent development are given and are utilized to reduce integral equation of the first kind to some algebraic equations. Then by a theorem we show error in the approximation of the solution decays at an exponential rate. Finally, numerical examples are included to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the technique. 
#990  
Title:  Effect of anisotropy on natural convection in horizontal enclosure: A Thermal non equilibrium Approach 
Authors Name :  Sarita Pippal 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, 247667, India 
Authors Email:  saritamathssf.iitr@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130711 03:40:33 PM 
Abstract:  This manuscript reports the the influence of anisotropy on natural convection in enclosure when the solid and fluid phases are not in local thermal equilibrium. % The two dimensional steady flow is induced by constant heat flux on horizontal walls of the enclosure, when both vertical walls are insulated. A twofield model that represents the fluid and solid phase temperature fields separately is used for energy equation. The governing equations are solved numerically by ADI method and analytically by using parallel flow assumption valid for slender enclosure. % It was found that enhancement of permeability ratio, $K$, reduce heat transfer rates (for fluid, Nu$_f$ as well as solid, Nu$_s$) up a threshold value $K_0$ of $K$, beyond that threshold value the impact of same on heat transfer rate is almost negligible. Apart from this it has also been observed that for relatively small value of $K$ (i.e., $K = 0.1$. 
#989  
Title:  The effect of Papanastasiou Viscosity on Steady MHD Flow and Heat Transfer between two Parallel Plates in the Presence of Dissipations and Radiation 
Authors Name :  Raafat Raid Rizkalla , Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 
Authors Email:  Raafat.3r@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130710 02:00:31 PM 
Abstract:  The paper investigates the effects of Papanastasiou Viscosity, radiation and heat transfer on steady MHD flow between two parallel plates in the presence of dissipations. The plates are stationary and subjected to constant but different temperatures. The governing partial differential equations are solved numerically by using finite difference method . The effects of the parameters describing the Papanastasiou fluid flow and heat transfer behaviors on the velocity, temperature and Nusselt number distributions are studied. The effects of various parameters like radiation, magnetic field parameter,Brinkman number on temperature, heat transfer, skin friction, velocity for are displayed through graphs and discussed numerically.The variations of velocity and fluid temperature are presented graphically. 
#988  
Title:  On the structure of set solutions of a class of paratingent equations with delayed argument 
Authors Name :  Lotfi Boudjenah 
Authors Address :  PB 248 Senia Zerbani 31106 Oran, Algeria 
Authors Email:  lotfi60@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130706 07:27:53 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we will study the structure and the main properties of the set solutions of the paratingent equation (type differential inclusion) with delayed argument of the form: (Pt x)(t) F([x]t) for t ≥0 with the initial condition: x(t) = φ(t) for t ≤ 0. We will be interested particularly in the topological properties of emission and zone of emission. 
#987  
Title:  Effectiveness of chaos theory in the development of PM10 time series forecasting model 
Authors Name :  Nor Zila Abd Hamid 
Authors Address :  Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak, Malaysia 
Authors Email:  nor_zila@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130704 10:14:08 AM 
Abstract:  Breathing in air containing PM10 (particulate matter) pollutant is exposing people to a variety of chronic diseases such as asthma and bronchitis. Thus, forecasting future PM10 time series is necessary to facilitate the local authorities to take early steps to deal with this PM10 pollution phenomenon. This study is about the development of the PM10 time series forecasting model using the chaos theory. There are two development steps of the model; i) the reconstruction of phase space and ii) the forecasting process. Through the first step, the time series recorded in scalar form will be reconstructed into a multidimensional phase space. The parameters of the phase space, the delay time, τ is set as one, while the embedding dimension parameter, m is determined by the Cao method. Through forecasting process, the multidimensional phase space is used to predict the future value of the time series with the help of local approximation method. The model is developed separately on three different stations namely benchmark station, a station located in residential as well as commercialization areas. All stations are located in Malaysia. Thus, there are three models built. Through the reconstruction of phase space and Cao method, all three time series is found to be chaos in nature. Forecasting results found that for all three models were built, the correlation coefficient between the forecasted data by chaos theory and actual data is greater than 0.5. Comparison graph showed that the forecasted time series is close to the actual values for all models. This indicates the effectiveness of chaos theory in developing the forecasting models. Thus, the chaos theory is a suitable theory that can be used to develop the forecasting model of PM10 time series. Development of the forecasting model can be continued in the future on a time series of other pollutants such as ozone and carbon monoxide. 
#986  
Title:  SINGULAR ELLIPTIC SYSTEMS INVOLVING CONCAVE TERMS AND CRITICAL CAFFARELLIKOHNNIRENBERG EXPONENTS 
Authors Name :  MOHAMMED EL MOKHTAR. Ould. EL MOKHTAR 
Authors Address :  Laboratoire Systemes Dynamiques et Applications, Tlemcen University, Algeria, Nouakchott University, Mauritania and Kassim University Saoudi Arabia. 
Authors Email:  med.mokhtar66@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130702 10:49:25 PM 
Abstract:  In this article, we establish the existence of at least four solutions to a singular system with a concave term, a critical CaffarelliKohnNirenberg exponent, and signchanging weight functions. Our main tools are the Nehari manifold and the mountain pass theorem. 
#985  
Title:  On some spaces of lacunary convergent sequences derived by Nörlundtype mean and weighted lacunary statistical convergence 
Authors Name :  Metin BASARIR 
Authors Address :  Sakarya University, Department of Mathematics, 54187, Sakarya/TURKEY 
Authors Email:  basarir@sakarya.edu.tr 
Submitted at:  20130702 04:24:30 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we define some new sequence spaces of lacunary convergent sequences derived by Nörlundtype (Riesz) mean, which shall be denoted by N,p_{r},teta and (N,p_{r},teta), and investigate some relations between the sequence space N,p_{r},teta with the spaces w_{teta} and N,p_{n}. Further, we define a new concept, named weighted lacunary statistical convergence and examine some connections between this notion with the concept of lacunary statistical convergence and weighted statistical convergence. Also, some topological properties of these new sequence spaces are investigated. 
#984  
Title:  Organic User Interfaces: Framework, Interaction Model and Design Guidelines 
Authors Name :  Sara Khaled Nabil 
Authors Address :  Helwan University, Faculty of Computers & Information Technology, Computer Science Department 
Authors Email:  sara.khnabil@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130630 02:03:17 PM 
Abstract:  Under the umbrella of Ubiquitous Computing, lies the fields of natural, organic and tangible user interfaces. Although some work have been made in organic user interface (OUI) design principles, no formalized framework have been set for OUIs and their interaction model, or designspecific guidelines, as far as we know. In this paper we propose an OUI framework by which we deduced the developed interaction model for organic systems design. Moreover we recommended three main design principles for OUI design, in addition to a set of designspecific guidelines for each type of our interaction model. Our proposed framework is deduced based on previous work of other related researches for Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Tangible User Interface (TUI) frameworks. By categorizing the input techniques of OUI systems, we were able to propose the ‘Speech/ Manipulation/ airGesture’ (SMaG) interaction model. Each category of SMaG model is explored thoroughly and criticized accordingly. Based on the SMaG interaction model we introduced some design guidelines for OUIs. The proposed OUI design principles are based on three usability aspects: look, feel and design. We conclude by pointing out our proposed OUI usability guidelines and considerations regarding designspecific organic interfaces that uses each of the input interaction techniques of SMaG model, their best use, worst use and how to use. 
#983  
Title:  Cyclic Automorphisms groups of genus 10 nonhyperelliptic curves 
Authors Name :  Eslam E. Badr 
Authors Address :  Giza, Egypt 
Authors Email:  eslam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130630 01:09:53 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we list all cyclic automorphisms subgroups $G$ for which there exists a smooth projective nonhyperelliptic sextic curve $C$ with $G\preceq Aut(C)$. Furthermore, we attach to each group a defining equation of a plane sextic curve having exactly this group as cyclic automorphisms subgroup. These equations cover up to isomorphism all plane nonsingular sextic curves having some nontrivial automorphism. 
#982  
Title:  Geometric phase as entanglement probe in a pumped threelevel atom placed near a dielectric 
Authors Name :  M. S. Ateto 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science at Qena, South Valley University, 83523 Qena, Egypt; Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Gazan University, Gazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
Authors Email:  mohammed.ateto@gmail.com; mohamed.ali11@sci.svu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130630 11:07:14 AM 
Abstract:  We introduce new features of the connection between entanglement induced by interaction and geometric phase acquired by a composite quantum system. Geometric phase, that reflects Bell angle between input and output photons in atomcavity interaction, for a bipartite system under the inﬂuence of a dielectric of Lorentzian permittivity, is examined. We show that, with adjustment of Bell angle, typical features of atomcavity entanglement can be obtained by considering a three level appropriately positioned with respect to macroscopic bodies. We find that, due to the strong nonMarkovian memory effects, phase Rabi oscillations, a principal signature of strong symmetrically or antisymmetrically photons evolution, are stimulated with atom farther from a medium with low oscillation frequency. On death of Rabi oscillations, which means symmetric entangled photons, a strong longtimescale atomcavity entanglement can be produced, specially, below the band gap region where the radiative decay dominates. This feature conﬂicts the case of pure vacuum where atomcavity entanglement decays exponentially. The feature that, our system is acting as a beam splitter (BS), is also, in detail, discussed. The results are of strong applications in construction of the universal quantum logic gates. 
#981  
Title:  NonMarkovian Dynamics of Entanglement of threelevel atom embedded in a 3D photonic band gap structure 
Authors Name :  M. S. Ateto 
Authors Address :  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science at Qena, South Valley University, 83523 Qena, Egypt; Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Gazan University, Gazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
Authors Email:  mohammed.ateto@gmail.com; mohamed.ali11@sci.svu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130630 11:02:43 AM 
Abstract:  Entanglement evolution for a classically pumped threelevel atom interacting with an anisotropic structured reservoir is studied. We demonstrate that entanglement decay is much slower in the reservoir with the memory effects. This point is beneficial for the implementation of quantum computation in the nonMarkovian environments. Unlike the freespace case, the unusual reservoir stimulates stationary entanglement with amplitude depends strongly on the relative phase between the control laser coupling the two upper levels and the pump laser pulse used to create an excited state of the atom in a coherent superposition of the two upper levels. An optimal stationary degree of entanglement is achieved for negative relative phase, where both detunings  from the upper band gap and driving laser  are the same. Moreover, a significant stationary degree of entanglement is reached, for high detuned upper levels with the pump laser pulse, on resonant frequency near the edge of the PBG. For entanglement in stationary regime, the Rabi frequency of the control laser field exceeds the rate of entanglement degradation or enhancement for tuned or detuned frequency from the band gap, depending on the relative phase value. 
#980  
Title:  Chebyshev collocation method for the fractional SIRC model and in uenza A 
Authors Name :  Mohamed Meabed Khader , Amr M. S. Mahdy , Prof. Nasser Hassan Sweilam 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Benha University, Benha, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mohamedmbd@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130630 05:37:25 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, A Chebyshev spectral method is presented to study the fractional SIRC model associated with the evolution of influenza A disease in human population. The properties of the Chebyshev polynomials are used to derive an approximate formula of the Caputo fractional derivative. This formula reduces the SIRC model to the solution of a system of algebraic equations which is solved using Newton iteration method. The convergence analysis and an upper bound of the error of the derived formula are given. We compared our numerical solutions with those numerical solutions using fourthorder RungKutta method. The obtained results of the SIRC model show the simplicity and the efficiency of the proposed method. 
#979  
Title:  Prediction of climate parameters with multilayer perceptrons and the LevenbergMarquardt learning algorithm (Prédiction des paramètres climatiques avec perceptrons multicouches et l’algorithme d 
Authors Name :  Mustapha BEN EL HOUARI , Abdelaziz ABDALLAOUI , Hicham El BADAOUI , Omar ZEGAOUI 
Authors Address :  Moulay Ismail University, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Research Team " Materials and Applied Catalysis," BP. Zitoune 11201, Meknès, Morocco 
Authors Email:  bel_houari@hotmail.fr 
Submitted at:  20130628 01:52:24 PM 
Abstract:  In this work, we developed a model of prediction of the moisture in the region of Meknes in Morocco according to climatic variables, as atmospheric pressure, air temperature, visibility, precipitation, the dewpoint temperature and wind speed. The artificial neural networks with multilayer perceptrons and the LevenbergMarquardt learning algorithm were used to approximate the relationship between these different variables with acceptable squared error. In order to develop a stochastic neural model for better prediction of moisture, we tried to select a structure of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), a type of transfer function, the number of layers, the number of neurons per layer, the data portion training/test; ... The performance of the model of ANNs off type multilayer perceptrons using the LevenbergMarquardt learning algorithm thus optimized was compared to models developed by multiple linear methods. This comparison was made via residue studies, coefficients of determination, variations in the minimum squared error, etc. Keywords: Humidity, artificial neural networks, multiple linear regression, LevenbergMarquardt algorithm, multilayer perceptrons 
#978  
Title:  Dynamics of Multiqubit systems in noisy local environments 
Authors Name :  Nasser Metwally , Dr. Abdelsalam Almannaei 
Authors Address :  Math. Dept.. College of Science, University of BAhrain 
Authors Email:  Nmetwally@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130625 02:34:33 PM 
Abstract:  Abstract: The entanglement dynamics of a multiqubit system is investigated in the presences of local depolarized channel noise. Two classes of states are considered: GHZ and Wstate. The effect of the correlated and the noncorrelated noise on some properties of these states is discussed. The fidelity as well as the channel capacities on the presences of the depolarized noise channel are quantified. The effect of the channel strength on the degree of entanglement is studied. 
#977  
Title:  Modal Logic of Goedel's Incompleteness Theorem and its Properties 
Authors Name :  Krystian Jobczyk 
Authors Address :  Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (LMU Munich),Ludwigstrasse 31/126, 80539 Munich, Germany 
Authors Email:  krystian_jobczyk@op.pl, Krystian.Jobczyk@lrz.unimuenchen.de 
Submitted at:  20130625 03:35:08 AM 
Abstract:  The idea of modal provability logic PL grew out of socalled derivability conditions of the Gödel’s incompleteness theorem of Peano arithmetic (PA) and it was discussed with many aspects by M. Löb [1953], K. Segerberg [1971], M. Baaz [1992], [1995], P. Hajek [1998] and others. This paper is aimed at defining of the new extended version of modal PL containing the modally expressed Gödel’s incompleteness theorem and socalled diagonal lemma, leading to it. This logical system will be introduced both syntactically and semantically. Several metalogical properties of this system will be discussed and shown: its decidability via finite model property and the existence of the filter algebra, associated with this system, which cardinality could not be freely restricted. Finally, the sketch of the approach to the fuzzy variant of the considered system (interpreted in generalized Kripke frames) will be shortly introduced and discussed. Key words: Gödel’s incompleteness theorem, decidability, filter algebras, finite model property, generalized Kripke frame, modal logic, fuzzy logic 
#976  
Title:  Statistical approximation by generalized qBernsteinSchurer operators 
Authors Name :  M. Mursaleen 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002, India 
Authors Email:  mursaleenm@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130623 06:05:03 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we study statistical approximation properties of qBernsteinSchurer operators. We also establish some direct theorems. Further we have shown these by graphically for different choice of functions and evaluated error estimates. 
#975  
Title:  Matrix represantations for the beta type polynomials. 
Authors Name :  YILMAZ SIMSEK 
Authors Address :  Akdeniz University faculty of Science Department of Mathematics Antalya TURKEY 
Authors Email:  ysimsek@akdeniz.edu.tr 
Submitted at:  20130619 10:23:36 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we study on fundamental properties of the Bernstain and Beta type polynomials. We give matrix represantations for these polynomials. We also give some remarks and applications related to these functions. 
#974  
Title:  ON MATRIX NEAR RING 
Authors Name :  Necat Gorentas 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences,Yuzuncu Yil University 
Authors Email:  ngortas@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130618 08:28:48 PM 
Abstract:  ON MATRIX NEAR RING Abstract. In this work it is given the basic properties of a nearring,which involve a set of matrix units and matrix nearrings and it is investigated the answer of the questionwhen the inclusion Matn(R;R) ME(Rn) becomes an equality which posed in [1]. References [1] K.C.Smith,Matrix NearRing, Newsletter21,Texas A0 M University,(2000) 916 [2] J.D.P.Meldrum and A.P.J.Van der Walt, Matrix nearring,Arch. M ath.47(1986),312319. [3] K.C.SmithK,Generalized Matrix nearring, Comm.Alg.24(1996),20652077. 
#973  
Title:  Barrier transmission map for 1d nonlinear barriers: Bright, dark, and grey soliton resonancess 
Authors Name :  Arthur R. McGurn 
Authors Address :  Department of Physics, Western Michigan University, 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, Michigan 490085252, U.S.A. 
Authors Email:  arthur.mcgurn@wmich.edu 
Submitted at:  20130618 06:42:02 PM 
Abstract:  The barrier transmission characteristics of onedimensional systems containing a barrier composed of nonlinear media are studied. The systems of interest are photonic crystal waveguides and a chain of split ring resonators. The photonic crystal waveguides are a type of electromagnetic waveguide formed from periodic dielectric arrays and the split ring resonator chains are a chain of metal rings containing a slit filled with dielectric material which are coupled by mutual inductance between the rings. Arrays of split ring resonators are a type of metamaterial used in the design of, for instance, negative refractive index media. In both systems nonlinearity is introduced into the system through the use of Kerr dielectric media. The resulting barrier systems are described by sets of difference equations which are of different forms for the two types of systems. Both sets of difference equations (photonic crystal waveguides and split ring resonator chains) exhibit soliton excitations which can be resonantly excited in the barrier transmission. Our study focuses on these types of excitations in the nonlinear barriers. The transmission maxima of the barrier problems are studied as they are located in a twodimensional parameter space characterizing the nonlinear Kerr dielectric barrier. The result is a twodimensional map giving the conditions for the existence of the resonant barrier modes that are excited in the transmission processes. The transmission maxima of the barrier systems occur along lines in the twodimensional plot which are associated with modes resonantly excited in the barrier. These lines of resonant modes either originate as a simple evolution from the resonant modes of the linear barrier limit or as lines of soliton breather modes of the bright, dark, or greytypes. The soliton modes arise either spontaneously at a lower critical value of the nonlinearity of the barrier media or from the breakup of a barrier mode in the linear media limit as the barrier media becomes increasingly nonlinear. The barrier problem allows for a study of the different types of modes that can exist in different types of nonlinear barrier media and offers a classification of the dynamics of different nonlinear difference equations. The discussions are also extended to treat modes which occur in certain type of difference equations describing animal and plant population dynamics. 
#972  
Title:  RungeKuttaGill Solution of Stagnation Point Flow and Heat Transfer Towards a Radially Stretching Sheet with Suction or Injection 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum, Egypt, 63514 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130615 10:51:30 PM 
Abstract:  The steady laminar axisymmetric stagnation point flow and heat transfer of an incompressible viscous fluid impinging on a permeable stretching surface with heat generation or absorption. A uniform suction or blowing is applied normal to the plate which is maintained at a constant temperature. The fourth order RungeKuttaGill method is used to compute accurate integrals in shooting technique. The effects of dimensionless parameters on both the flow and heat transfer are presented in tables and figures. 
#971  
Title:  DOUBLE FOURIER SERIES SOLUTION OF FULLY DEVELOPPED MHD FLOW AND HEAT TARNSFER THROUGH A SQUARE DUCT 
Authors Name :  Karem Mahmoud Ewis 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum, Egypt, 63514 
Authors Email:  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130615 10:09:06 PM 
Abstract:  The exact solution of flow and heat transfer is very important because it gives an exactly closed form of the required unknowns in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. The fully developed flow and heat transfer in a square duct is subjected to an external magnetic field of low magnetic Reynolds number. The double finite Fourier transform is applied on the governing equations to introduce closed forms for the velocity, temperature and the friction factor. The effect of the Hartmann number on the velocity distribution, temperature and the friction factor is investigated. 
#970  
Title:  A FUZZY EXPERT SYSTEM TO DECIDE THE CAR INSURANCE PREMIUM 
Authors Name :  Sanjeev Kumar 
Authors Address :  Dept. of mathematics, IBS, Khandari Campus, Agra 282002 India 
Authors Email:  sanjeevibs@yahoo.co.in 
Submitted at:  20130615 02:58:56 PM 
Abstract:  During the past few decades, fuzzy logic has used as an attractive tool for various applications ranging from household goods, finance, pricing decision, traffic control, automobile speed control, auto insurance etc. Further as far as the auto insurance is concerned many factors affects the premium when you pay for it, and that is a statistically based risk for a specific population. There are many factors which may affects the premium, including geographical condition of area of car running, kilometer driven per year, driver's gender, health condition of driver, purpose of using the vehicle, etc. Therefore a model designed to describe how fuzzy logic can be used to decide the car insurance premium. This fuzzy expert system is developed to have a classical bonusmalus rating system, especially for car insurance. This system contains three factors viz age of car (in km. driven), colour of car and driving record from Road Transport Office, for the calculation of premium. 
#969  
Title:  Fractional calculus operators and intermediate physical processes 
Authors Name :  Ahmed M. A ElSayed 
Authors Address :  Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt 
Authors Email:  amasayed@alexu.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130613 12:07:24 PM 
Abstract:  We are concerned here with the fractional calculus operators of integration and differentiations, some of the main properties are stated and some examples are given to illustrate this properties. The intermediate physical processes RelaxationOscillation, DiffusionWave, AdvectionDispersion ( ConvectionDiffusion) and the Fractional Order Theory of Thermoelasticity will be be studied. 
#968  
Title:  Recovering finite or infinite missing samples in generalized multichannel oversampling 
Authors Name :  Kil H. Kwon 
Authors Address :  Dept of Math., KAIST, Daejeon, 305701, Korea 
Authors Email:  khkwon@kaist.edu 
Submitted at:  20130613 08:35:08 AM 
Abstract:  It is well known that in the classical Shannon sampling theory on bandlimited signals, any finitely many missing samples can be recovered when the signal is oversampled at a rate higher than the minimum Nyquist rate. In this work, we consider the problem of recovering missing samples from multichannel oversampling in a general shiftinvariant space. We find conditions under which any finite or infinite number of missing samples can be recovered. 
#967  
Title:  OPTIMAL PARAMETER DESIGN FOR PROCESSING PARALLELISM OF OPENTYPE MILLING MACHINE BY INTEGRATING SIX SIGMA WITH FUZZY DELPHI METHOD 
Authors Name :  ShenTsu Wang 
Authors Address :  Pingtung, Taiwan, R.O.C. 
Authors Email:  d917812@oz.nthu.edu.tw 
Submitted at:  20130612 05:24:19 AM 
Abstract:  Precision milling is focused on machining precision and process stability. The trial and error method and past experience or the technical manual and selected machining parameters are difficult processes to control machining quality. This study surveyed the tubular opentype machining process of a machining factory in Taiwan, applied the Six Sigma DMAIC process and Fuzzy Delphi method to analyse key quality items between customer demands and technical requirements in order to plot a tubular opentype milling flow chart. After measuring performance, the optimal milling parameter combination can be determined through parameter design of the Taguchi method and orthogonal arrays. This study can quickly determine the optimal parameters and reduce costs caused by defective products. The process capability (Cpk) of opentype machining parallelism was increased from 1.02 to 1.81, which demonstrates the constructed process capability improvement model can effectively improve tubular opentype milling. 
#966  
Title:  Some issue on flux observability 
Authors Name :  Ali Boutoulout , Adil Khazari , Hamid Bourray 
Authors Address :  Faculté des sciences Zitoune Meknes, Morocco 
Authors Email:  aliboutoulout@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130611 12:59:23 PM 
Abstract:  The aim of this paper is to introduce the concept of boundary gradient observability for distributed hyperbolic systems evolving in spatial domain, and which the gradient state is to be observed on a boundary subregion Γ of σΩ. The observability concept has been studied at dierent degrees (exact observability,weakly observability). Systems analysis can be done from a purely theoretical viewpoint. We give definitions and characterizations and some properties of this kind of regional boundary observability and we describe an approach to solve this problem, and which is performed through numerical examples and simulation. 
#965  
Title:  An Adaptive Sliding Mode Robust Controller with Bound Estimation for Vibration of Flexible Circular Plate 
Authors Name :  Lanwei Zhou , Jingyu Yang 
Authors Address :  The State Key Laboratory of Mechanics and Control for Mechanical Structures, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, 210016,China 
Authors Email:  zhoulanwei@nuaa.edu.cn 
Submitted at:  20130610 11:36:05 AM 
Abstract:  Some flexible appendages of spacecrafts, such as solar panels, are cantilever plate structures. Thus, vibration problem is unavoidable when there is slewing maneuver or external disturbance excitation. Vibration of such cantilever plate structures includes coupled bending and torsional motion. Furthermore, the low amplitude vibration near the equilibrium point is very difficult to be quickly suppressed due to nonlinear factors of the hardware in the system, which is harmful to stability and attitude control accuracy. In this paper, we developed an approach for active vibration control of flexible circular plate structures using control theory. The flexible circular plate system is firstly modeled and simulated via a finite element method; and secondly, a new type of modeling method, and the state–space model are involved in the development of the equation of motion in state–space, which is efficiently used for the analysis of the system and design of control laws with a modern control framework. Then, the validity of the obtained new model is investigated by comparing the plate natural frequencies, mode shapes, static analysis and forced vibration response analysis between finite element model and new model. After validating the model, adaptive sliding mode robust MIMO controller is applied to the plate dynamics equation via the MATLAB/Simulink platform. The simulation results clearly demonstrate an effective vibration suppression capability that can be achieved using adaptive sliding mode robust MIMO controller. 
#964  
Title:  An adaptive switching learning control method for Vibration of Flexural Rectangular Plate 
Authors Name :  Jingyu Yang , Lanwei Zhou 
Authors Address :  Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang,110136, China 
Authors Email:  jingyu220@163.com 
Submitted at:  20130610 10:46:22 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we developed an approach for active vibration control of flexible rectangular plate structures using intelligent control theory. The flexible rectangular plate system was firstly modeled and simulated via a finite element method; and secondly, a new type of modeling method, and the state–space model are involved in the development of the equation of motion in state–space, which is efficiently used for the analysis of the system and design of control laws with a modern control framework. Then, the validity of the obtained new model was investigated by comparing the plate natural frequencies, mode shapes, static analysis and forced vibration response analysis between the finite element model and new model. After validating the model, adaptive switching learning MIMO controller was applied to the plate dynamics equation via the MATLAB/Simulink platform. The simulation results clearly demonstrated an effective vibration suppression capability that could be achieved using adaptive switching learning MIMO controller. 
#963  
Title:  Intervals of Totally Nonnegative Matrices 
Authors Name :  Mohammad Adm , Jürgen Garloff 
Authors Address :  University of Konstanz, Dept.of Mathematics and Statsitics, Konstanz, Germany 
Authors Email:  mjamathe@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130610 12:00:03 AM 
Abstract:  A real matrix is called totally nonnegative and totally positive if all its minors are nonnegative and positive, respectively. Such matrices arise in a variety of ways in mathematics and its applications. For background information we refer to the recently published monographs [1], [4]. In our talk we present a proof to a conjecture posed by the speaker in 1982 [2], see also [1, Section 3.2] and [4, Section 3.2]. This conjecture concerns the checkerboard ordering which is obtained from the usual entrywise ordering in the set of the square real matrices of fixed order by reversing the inequality sign for each entry in a checkerboard fashion. The conjecture states that if the two bound matrices of an interval with respect to this ordering are nonsingular and totally nonnegative then all matrices lying between the two bound matrices are nonsingular and totally nonnegative, too. This question has been solved for some subclasses of the totally nonnegative matrices, viz. the totally positive matrices and the nonsingular tridiagonal totally nonnegative matrices [2] and for the almost totally positive matrices [3], a class of matrices between the nonsingular totally nonnegative and the totally positive matrices. In the past, some attempts have been made to solve the general question but the conjecture remained unsettled during the last three decades. We also solve here a related problem, viz. whether an identical zerononzero pattern of the minors of the two bound matrices stays unchanged through such a matrix interval. References [1] S.M. Fallat, C.R. Johnson, Totally Nonnegative Matrices, Princeton Series in Applied Mathematics, Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2011. [2] J. Garloff, Criteria for sign regularity of sets of matrices, Linear Algebra Appl. 44 (1982) 153160. [3] J. Garloff, Intervals of almost totally positive matrices, Linear Algebra Appl. 363 (2003) 103108. [4] A. Pinkus, Totally Positive Matrices, Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics 181, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, UK, 2010. 
#962  
Title:  Fixed points and stability in nonlinear differential equations with variable delays 
Authors Name :  Cemil Tunc 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, Yuzuncu Yil University, 65080, VanTurkey 
Authors Email:  cemtunc@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130609 10:15:26 PM 
Abstract:  Abstract. In this paper, we use the contraction mapping theorem to obtain asymptotic stability results of a nonlinear differential equation with variable delays. We prove some new results via fixed point theory. Our results improve and generalize some previous results in the literature. References [1] Burton, T. A., Stability and Periodic solutions of Ordinary and Functional Differential Equations, Academic Press, Orlando, 1985. [2] Pi, D., Study the stability of solutions of functional differential equations via fixed points. Nonlinear Anal. 74 (2011), no. 2, 639651. [3] Tunç, C., A note on the stability and boundedness of nonautonomous differential equations of second order with a variable deviating argument. Afr. Mat., (2013), (in press). 
#961  
Title:  Conceptual Analysis of Node Application Program of Semantic Reasoning Network 
Authors Name :  Hu Ruo 
Authors Address :  Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, Guangzhou, 510665 P. R. China 
Authors Email:  hu68@163.com 
Submitted at:  20130609 04:56:14 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper, we employed Compact Method Semantic Reasoning Network, Random Process character subset and Global Optimization Search to rank Node Application Program. The Semantic Reasoning Network is demonstrated on a dataset taken from literature. The dataset consists of 296 Node Application Program whose quality is described by 10 characteristics. Here, the characteristics are treated as criteria, to classify Node Application Program. From the experiments, we conclude that Compact Method based Semantic Reasoning Network performs better than other two techniques comparable to the Conceptual Analysis done in literature. 
#960  
Title:  An Position Confirming Method of Node in Sensor Network 
Authors Name :  Hu Ruo 
Authors Address :  Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, Guangzhou, 510665 P. R. China 
Authors Email:  hu68@163.com 
Submitted at:  20130609 04:53:04 PM 
Abstract:  The growing expansion of sensing technologies has accelerated the online services whose functionalities are based on sensors’ physical position. Position confirming of sensor nodes relies on the sensor network infrastructure and protocols to provide a reliable and accurate estimate of nodes’ position. We have investigated the problem of nodes relationship in urban environments, analyzing some existing relationship algorithms, and proposing a novel way to improve relationship accuracy. Our approach employs a Time Series Tracking algorithm with SPS (Sensor Position System ) map constraints and a restricted DoubleDetecting for error correction purposes. A complete experiment confirms that detailed SPS information can produce highly precise relationship even using a simple statistical prediction. In this paper, we present a novel Enquiry Table Correlation technique for position confirming, with multiple position confirming and optimal relationship techniques. 
#959  
Title:  A new type of fuzzy normal subgroups and fuzzy cosets 
Authors Name :  Saleem Abdullah 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, QuaidiAzam University Islamabad, Pakistan 
Authors Email:  saleemabdullah81@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130604 03:49:37 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we are using the notions of not belonging and non quasi coincidence of an interval valued fuzzy point with an interval valued fuzzy set, we define the concepts of interval valued fuzzy normal subgroups of groups which is a generalizati on of fuzzy normal subgroups, interval valued fuzzy normal subgroups, interval valued fuzzy normal. We give some characterizations of an interval valued fuzzy normal subgroup, and deal with several related properties. The important achievement of the study with an interval valued fuzzy normal subgroup is the generalization of that the notions of fuzzy normal subgroups, interval valued fuzzy normal subgroups, interval valued fuzzy normal subgroups. 
#958  
Title:  The impact of the number neurons in the hidden layer upon the performance of neural network multilayer perceptron 
Authors Name :  Hicham EL BADAOUI , Abdelaziz ABDALLAOUI , Imad MANSSOURI , Mohammed CHAIBI 
Authors Address :  Laboratory of Chemical Biology Applied to the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment. Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco 
Authors Email:  elbadaoui.hicham@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130527 10:21:44 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we developed a statistical model of neural multilayer perceptron type to estimate the values of solar radiation in the region of Agadir (Morocco). The learning data of the neural model was collected between 2008 and 2013. This latter consists of a number of climatic parameters such as humidity rate (Minimum, average and maximum), air temperature (Minimum, average and maximum), precipitation, potential evapotranspiration and the wind speed. During this work we used the preliminary testing on the computer program. We changed the number of neurons in the hidden layer, playing with the parameters of our calculation program (number of iterations, the learning coefficient, momentum ...). Next, we conducted tests to find the network structure that provides more efficient models and good precision of convergence towards optimal value of the mean square error with a three layers network. This study lets us show that for the prediction of solar radiation in the region of Agadir, the use of a neural model configuration [9, 4, 1] gives better results. 
#957  
Title:  Comparison between LevenbergMarquardt and retropropagation gradient algorithms on the performance of the neural network: Application on meteorological field 
Authors Name :  Abdelaziz Abdallaoui , Habiba Ousmana , Hicham El Badaoui , Imad Manssouri 
Authors Address :  Laboratory of Applied Chemical Biology on the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco 
Authors Email:  a.abdallaoui@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130527 10:06:05 PM 
Abstract:  This work describes a method to model and predict the rate of moisture in the region of Chefchaouen in Morocco, based on the use of an artificial neuron network of the type Multilayer Perceptron (MLP). Our goal is to show that the moisture rate is a variable that does not act alone but is explained by other meteorological variables by nonlinear relationships. For this we used a large data base of the neural model between the years 2008 and 2013 for 1856 days. It consists of a number of meteorological parameters, such as atmospheric pressure, air temperature, visibility, nebulosity, precipitation, temperature, dew point, wind speed and humidity. In this study we investigated the performance of some learning algorithms used to estimate the weight of connections between neurons. The comparison between some learning algorithms demonstrates the effectiveness and efficiency of two algorithms, LevenbergMarquardt (LM) and retropropagation of the gradient (RPG) in terms of error optimization of our neural model. The results show that the models developed for the two algorithms used can be excellent and fundamental numerical tools in the field of weather forecasting. 
#956  
Title:  On Improving the Accuracy of PrimalDual Interior Point Methods for Linear Programming 
Authors Name :  Yonghui CAO 
Authors Address :  School of Economics & Management, Henan Institute of Science and Technology,China 
Authors Email:  caoyonghui2000@126.com 
Submitted at:  20130527 01:05:12 PM 
Abstract:  This paper perform a numerical investigation to better understand the numerical behavior related to the solution accuracy of an implementation of an infeasible primaldual interiorpoint (IPDIP) algorithm, a linear programming solver. This paper learned that most test problems can achieve higher than the standard accuracy used in practice, and a high condition number of the illconditioned coefficient matrix does not solely determine the attainable solution accuracy. 
#955  
Title:  DiscontinuityInduced Bifurcations in Switched Systems 
Authors Name :  Hany A. Hosham 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science(Assiut), AlAzhar University, Assiut, Egypt 
Authors Email:  hanyalbadrey@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130523 04:02:04 PM 
Abstract:  Many results in the theory of dynamical systems are based on smoothness requirements, which do not always hold in applications. As typical examples we mention switches in electrical circuits, effects caused by dry friction or by sudden state dependent impacts. The interaction of invariant sets, e.g. limit cycles and equilibria, with the separating manifold may lead to bifurcations that are not possible in smooth systems. Here we study bifurcations of equilibria in autonomous piecewise smooth discontinuous dynamical systems, called Filippov systems. These are boundary equilibria bifur cations (BEB) that occur as a result of the collision of a pseudo and a standardequilibrium branch on the discontinuity manifold. The main focus is on analyzing of 3dimensional Filippov systems. Based on examples we also illustrate a codimension 2 BEB with a nonhyperbolic equilibrium and a system where the existence and absence of a sliding area depend solely on parameter values. The work concludes with an outlook of open problems, especially concerning a possible construction of a center manifold for nonsmooth Filippov systems. 
#954  
Title:  ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR FOR A FINITE ELEMENT APPROXIMATION IN A EVOLUTIONARY VARIATIONAL INEQUALITY 
Authors Name :  M. A. BENCHEIKH LE HOCINE 
Authors Address :  University Center of Tamanghasset 
Authors Email:  kawlamine@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130520 12:03:58 AM 
Abstract:  The purpose of the work is to study the asymptotic behavior for a nite element approximation in a parabolic variational inequalities. We give a new estimate of asymptotic behavior by combining the error estimate between the continuous nth iterate and its discrete counterpart with the geometrical convergence of the discrete algorithm. 
#953  
Title:  RELIABILITY STUDY FOR A MECHANISM AIDED BY ASYNCHRONOUS ACTUATOR POWERED BY ASYNCHRONOUS DIESEL GENERATOR. 
Authors Name :  MEGLOULI HOCINE 
Authors Address :  Laboratoire d’électrification des entreprises industrielles Université de Boumerdes 
Authors Email:  hmeglouli@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130519 08:04:59 PM 
Abstract:  Abstract The modern electric facilities are equipped by a great number of different mechanisms and devices actioned by Asynchronous electric Motor (ASM), the power of these motors is equal to the power of the generating devices, where their most complicated working regime is the starting when their power is equal to the power of the generating devices. In this regime we can have an overcharge of the generating devices by the active and reactive power. For this reason, this article is dedicated to the study of the starting methods of asynchronous motors that action the mechanisms and that are powered by Asynchronous Generating Diesel (AGD) with a limited capacity of DRY value and a given couple of resistance. 
#952  
Title:  Population Growth Models to estimate the Number of the Population in Libya 
Authors Name :  Dr Mostafa A AlMesrati 
Authors Address :  Statistics Dept, Faculty of Science, Tripoli, Libya 
Authors Email:  emhemmedy@yahoo.co.uk 
Submitted at:  20130519 04:46:51 PM 
Abstract:  The population Growth happens in any country as a result of natural factor which is represented in the difference between births and deaths during the period of time, and the factor of international migration which is represented the difference between the migration from and to the State. And as a total natural factor and international migration factor, it is determined and growing the population in the State. Given the importance of natural factor in determining the population, and whereas Libya is one of the countries that not known impressively the international migration, our study is limited to the natural factor to estimate the population and its rate of growth during the period 19532006. A number of population growth models has been used such as logistic model, Gompertz model as well as lineal model. We were reached to predictions with number of populations during the next years and found that the used models are adequate to study the population growth in Libya. We were reached that there is a significant reduction in the rate of population growth in recent years and the statistical indicators suggest that growth rates will witness another decline during the coming years. 
#951  
Title:  Empirical Distribution of the Sample Mean Based on Uniform (0, 1) Random Samples 
Authors Name :  Dr Sumaya S. Eljabri , Dr Yousef M Emhemmed 
Authors Address :  Statistics Department,Faculty of Science, Tripoli University, Libya 
Authors Email:  emhemmedy@yahoo.co.uk 
Submitted at:  20130519 04:35:24 PM 
Abstract:  The Uniform distribution on the interval (0, 1) plays a very important role in many statistical applications, such as, its role in simulation procedures when a sequence of random numbers to be generated from some parent population. This paper aims to investigate the sampling distribution of the sample mean of random samples drawn from the uniform (0, 1) population. A complete derivation of the probability density function of the sample mean is presented. The normal approximation to the series form of the probability density function of the sample mean is also discussed in detail. To avoid the use of the complicated series form of the exact pdf of the sample mean for small sample sizes when the normal approximation is not advisable, the cumulative distribution function tables for sample sizes 2, 3, 4 and 5 for the exact pdf have also been constructed. The Minitab statistical software has been used. 
#776  
Title:  Optimal L^{∞}Asymptotic behavior for a class of evolutionary HamiltonJacobiBelman equations 
Authors Name :  Salah Boulaaras 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science; University of Science and Technology Mohamed Bodiaf of Oran, Algeria 
Authors Email:  saleh_boulaares@yahoo.fr 
Submitted at:  20130515 09:29:30 AM 
Abstract:  This paper deals with the maximum norm analysis of an overlapping Schwarz method on nonmatching grids for a class of evolutionary HamiltonJacobiBelman equations. We consider a domain which is the union of two overlapping subdomains where each subdomain has its own independently generated grid. The grid points on the subdomain boundaries need not match the grid points from the other subdomain. Under a discrete maximum principle, we show that the discretization on each subdomain converges quasioptimally in the L∞ norm. 
#501  
Title:  Energy Dissipation by Air Bubbles of Surfzone Spilling Breakers 
Authors Name :  ShinIchi , Ashabul Hoque 
Authors Address :  Dept. of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, 21 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 5650871, Japan 
Authors Email:  aoki_tut@mac.com 
Submitted at:  20130507 11:04:43 AM 
Abstract:  A theoretical formulation that describes energy transformation and dissipation caused by air bubble entrainment in water is developed. To verify the air bubble model for spilling breaking waves, laboratory experiments were carried out with measurements of void fraction distributions. A quantative analysis shows that the ratios of energy dissipation rate caused by bubble entrainment to total dissipation rate have been found to be 1820% for spilling breakers. Further, the results of the airbubble model are compared with the laboratory data and the computed results show good agreement except some of discrepancies in the vicinity of the breaking point and near the shoreline. 
#308  
Title:  Homotopy Analysis of a hydromagnetic viscous fluid over a nonlinear stretching and shrinking sheet 
Authors Name :  M.S. Abdelmeguid 
Authors Address :  Akhbar ElYom Academy, 6 October City, Giza 12573, Egypt 
Authors Email:  msaid76@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130502 08:42:29 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, the effects of suction/blowing and thermal radiation on a hydromagnetic viscous fluid over a nonlinear stretching and shrinking sheet are investigated. After a similarity transformation, the arising system has been solved by homotopy analysis method (HAM). Convergence of the HAM solution is checked. It is found that dual solutions exist for this particular problem. The analytical results are validated using the Matlab bvp4c numerical routine. 
#206  
Title:  A Novel Method for Face Recognition and Feature Extraction 
Authors Name :  Mohamed Heshmat , Moheb Girgis , Seham Elaw , Walaa Mohamed 
Authors Address :  Faculty of science, Mathematical and Computer Science Department, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt. 
Authors Email:  Heshmat@science.sohag.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130412 06:05:03 PM 
Abstract:  The present paper describes a novel method of face recognition based on variance estimation and facial feature extraction. The proposed method uses OpenCV to load boosted haar classifier cascades which allows an initial detection of the faces within a given image. Variance estimation of RGB components is computed to compare the extracted faces and the faces within the database used in comparison. Also a new method to extract facial features is developed based on feature location with respect to face dimensions. Euclidean distance of facial features of the extracted faces from test image and faces extracted from database after variance test is used. The proposed method can be used in face recognition systems such as video surveillance, human computer interfaces, image database management and smart home applications. Results demonstrate the success of the proposed method, which show that our method of detection and verification achieves very encouraging results with good accuracy and simple computations. 
#169  
Title:  On applications of inequalities for confluent Hypergeometric functions 
Authors Name :  Ayman Shehata Mohammed 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt 
Authors Email:  drshehata2006@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130404 02:15:34 PM 
Abstract:  This paper is motivated by an open problem of Luke's theorem. We consider the problem of developing a chain of several inequalities for confluent hypergeometric functions as applications and of their general ratios are obtained. Some particular cases and refinements are given. In the sequel inequalities for simple Laguerre, Laguerre, PseudoLaguerre, Shively's PseudoLaguerre and Hermite functions and of their ratios are established 
#168  
Title:  UNIFORM NUMERICAL METHOD FOR A SINGULARLY PETURBED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH DELAY 
Authors Name :  Gabil M. AMIRALI (AMIRALIYEV) 
Authors Address :  Sinop University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Mathematics,57000, Sinop, Turkey 
Authors Email:  gabilamirali@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130403 12:06:19 PM 
Abstract:  This paper deals with the singularly perturbed boundaryvalue problem for a nonlinear second order delay ordinary differential equation. For the numerical solution of this problem, we use an exponentially fitted difference scheme on a uniform mesh which is accomplished by the method of integral identities with the use of exponential basis functions and interpolating quadrature rules with weight and remainder term in integral form. The method is shown to be uniform convergent of firstorder in the discrete maximum norm.Numerical results supporting the theory are presented. 
#150  
Title:  Boundary layer flow past over a shrinking sheet with heat transfer and mass suction in the presence of transverse magnetic field 
Authors Name :  Dr. Anuj Kumar Jhankal 
Authors Address :  Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Extension CenterJaipur, 27 MIA, Jaipur302017, INDIA 
Authors Email:  anujjhankal@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130325 10:42:53 AM 
Abstract:  This paper considers the problem of boundary layer flow and heat transfer past a shrinking with wall mass suction in the presence of transverse magnetic field. The governing boundary layer equations for fluid flow and energy are reduced into ordinary differential equations by means of similarity transformations which are than solved using Maple software. The effects of various parameters are presented and discussed. 
#109  
Title:  RELIABILITY MEASTURES OF ADEGRADABLE SYSTEM WITH STANDBY SWITCHING FAILURES AND REBOOT DELAY 
Authors Name :  mustafa salah shama 
Authors Address :  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department 
Authors Email:  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130316 04:41:38 PM 
Abstract:  we study the reliability measures of degradable system with M operating units, W cold standby units, and 〖(R〗_1+R_2) repairmen in which switching failures and reboot delay are considered. A mathematical model has been developed for exponential failure and exponential repair. The expressions of reliability characteristics such as the system reliability,〖 R〗_Y (t) and the mean time to system failure (MTTF) are derived. We use several cases to analysis graphically the effect of various system parameters on the system reliability〖 R〗_Y (t)and MTTF. We also perform sensitivity analysis for the reliability characteristics with changes in specific values of the system parameters. 
#108  
Title:  RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY ANALYSIS OF ASTNDBY REPAIRABLE SYSTEM WITH DEGRADATION FACILITY 
Authors Name :  mustafa salah shama 
Authors Address :  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department 
Authors Email:  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130316 04:40:11 PM 
Abstract:  we study the reliability and availability of repairable system with M operating units, W cold standby units, and 〖(R〗_1+R_2) repairmen in the system with partial failure rates. The degradation facility used to predict the component’s failure and to determine how availability and reliability improved. A mathematical model has been developed for exponential failure and exponential repair. The expressions of availability〖 A〗_Y (t) and reliability characteristics such as the system reliability,〖 R〗_Y (t) and the mean time to system failure (MTTF) are derived. We use several cases to analysis graphically the effect of various system parameters on the availability system, reliability system and MTTF. We also investigate the sensitivity analysis for the system reliability with changes in a specific value of the system parameters. 
#107  
Title:  Reliability Analysis of a Cold Standby Repairable System with Switching Failures and Reboot Delay 
Authors Name :  mustafa salah shama 
Authors Address :  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department 
Authors Email:  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130316 04:37:25 PM 
Abstract:  we study the reliability of a Cold Standby Repairable System with Switching Failures and Reboot Delay. A mathematical model has been developed for exponential failure and exponential repair. The expressions of reliability characteristics such as the system reliability and the mean time to system failure are derived. We use several cases to analysis graphically the effect of various system parameters on the reliability system and MTTF. We also investigate the sensitivity analysis for the system reliability with changes in a specific value of the system parameters. 
#105  
Title:  on prediction problem of exponential distribution 
Authors Name :  A. H. Abd Ellah 
Authors Address :  Sohag University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Sohag 82524 
Authors Email:  ahmed.abdelah@science.sohag.edu.eg 
Submitted at:  20130309 01:38:14 PM 
Abstract:  We consider the problem of predictive problem for the exponential distribution. 
#104  
Title:  On the fundamental equations for modelling neuronal dynamics 
Authors Name :  M. M. Khader , M Adel , Nasser Hassan Sweilam 
Authors Address :  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department 
Authors Email:  mohamedmbd@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130306 09:49:06 AM 
Abstract:  Abstract The cable equation is one of the most fundamental equations for modelling neuronal dynamics. Due to its significant deviation from the dynamics of Brownian motion, the anomalous diffusion in biological systems can not be adequately described by the traditional NernstPlanck equation or its simplification, the Cable equation. Recently, a modified Cable equation was introduced for modeling the anomalous diffusion in spiny neuronal dendrites (Henry, Langlands, and Wearne, 2008). The resulting governing equation, the socalled fractional Cable equation, which is similar to the traditional Cable equation except that the order of derivative with respect to the space and/or time is fractional. In this work, a numerical study for the fractional Cable equations which is introduced by using weighted average of finite difference methods. The stability analysis of the proposed methods is given by a recently proposed procedure similar to the standard John von Neumann stability analysis. A simple and accurate stability criterion valid for different discretization schemes of the fractional derivative and arbitrary weight factor is introduced and checked numerically. Numerical results, figures, and comparisons have been presented to confirm the theoretical results and efficiency of the proposed method 
#103  
Title:  Some notes on the paper "Weak condition for generalized multivalued $(f,\alpha, \beta)$weak contraction mappings" 
Authors Name :  M. A. Ahmed 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mahmed68@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130304 07:51:41 PM 
Abstract:  We establish that Theorems 4.5, 3.3 and 3.1 [2] are consequences of correspondence theorems for one multivalued map. 
#102  
Title:  Boundary layer MHD and slip flow of a nanofluid past a nonlinearly stretching sheet 
Authors Name :  A. Mahdy 
Authors Address :  Suth Valley University, Qena , Egypt 
Authors Email:  mahdy4@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130303 03:10:09 PM 
Abstract:  The main purpose of this contribution is to analyze the development of the steady boundary layer flow, heat transfer and nanoparticle fraction the effect of partial slip boundary condition on diffusion of chemically reactive species of viscous incompressible fluid in a vertical nonlinearity stretching sheet taken into account the suction or injection effect. The nonlinear partial differential equations and boundary conditions are reduced to a system of nonlinear ordinary differential equations and boundary conditions by similarity transformations. Graphs are plotted for various values of the emerging dimensionless parameters of the problem and discussed. A comparison with previously published work on a special case of the general problem was performed and the results were found to be in excellent agreement. Results for the wall shear stress and Sherwood number as well as the details of the velocities and concentration fields are presented for representative governing parameters. 
#101  
Title:  Missing samples recovery in generalized oversamping on shiftinvariant spaces 
Authors Name :  Dae Gwan Lee , Kil H. Kwon 
Authors Address :  Dept of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST, Korea 
Authors Email:  daegwan@kaist.ac.kr 
Submitted at:  20130302 04:11:42 AM 
Abstract:  It is well known that in the classical Shannon sampling theory on bandlimited signals, any finitely many missing samples can be recovered when the signal is oversampled at a rate higher than the minimum Nyquist rate. In this work, we consider the problem of recovering missing samples from multichannel oversampling in a general shiftinvariant space. We find conditions under which any finite or infinite number of missing samples can be recovered. 
#100  
Title:  Semisupervised Tensor Graphoptimized Linear Discriminant Analysis for Twodimensional Face Recognition 
Authors Name :  Mingming Qi 
Authors Address :  shaoxing university 
Authors Email:  webqmm1974@163.com 
Submitted at:  20130301 07:42:19 PM 
Abstract:  A new semisupervised dimensionality reduction method called Semisupervised Tensor Graphoptimized Linear Discriminant Analysis (STGLDA) for twodimensional face recognition. Unlike recent proposed Tensor Locally Linear Discriminative Analysis (TLLDA), STGLDA offers some advantages over TLLDA. 1) STGLDA is originated from Graphbased Fisher Analysis (GbFA) while TLLDA is originated from the Local Fisher Discriminant Analysis (LFDA). In contrast to LFDA, GbFA encodes the richer discriminating information and there is no assumption that the data obey Gaussian distribution. 2) With the linear weighted way of fusing Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and GbFA, STGLDA preserves global scatter structure information and Graphbased discriminant information capturing local structure feature. TLLDA only pay attentions to preserve local structure information and discriminant information while ignores preserving global structure information. Experimental results on real face databases demonstrate that STGLDA is highly competitive with TLLDA and other tensor dimensionality reduction algorithm. 
#99  
Title:  An Efficient Color Image Compression Scheme for Storage and Transmission of Images 
Authors Name :  M. Heshmat , Walaa M. AbdelHafiez, 
Authors Address :  Mathematical Department, Computer Science branch, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt 
Authors Email:  heshmat72@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20130227 12:17:11 AM 
Abstract:  The recent convergence trend of multimedia technology and telecommunications along with the materialization of the Web as a strong competitor of conventional distribution networks have generated an acute need for enrichment in modalities and capabilities of the delivery of digital media. Within this new trend, a main challenge relates to the production of easy adaptable content capable of optimally fitting into evolving and heterogeneous networks as well as iterative delivery platforms with specific content requirements. Network supported multimedia applications involve many different transmission capabilities, including Web based applications, narrowcasting, conventional terrestrial for interactive broadcasting, wireless channels, high definition television for sensitive remote applications, e.g., remote medical diagnosis, etc. These applications are used to deliver content to a wide range of terminals and users surrounded by different environments and acting under totally different circumstances. In this paper, new techniques for the DCT color image coding based on feature extraction are proposed, to study the effect of the edge based color image coding on the compression quality. Moreover, modification of the traditional JPEG method based on edge coding is achieved. In the beginning, the image is subdivided into a block of pixels with different block size. Firstly; the block must be classified as foreground block or background block based on a preprocessing step. The foreground blocks will be compressed via JPEG technique but with significant quantized coefficients and the DC coefficient only from one block in the background is used to code it. A comparative analysis of coding efficiency for the proposed techniques relative to the recent coding methods is introduced in this paper. 
#98  
Title:  Nonlinear NanoScale Control Design of Piezoelectric Materials 
Authors Name :  YungYu Chen 
Authors Address :  701 1 university Road, Tainan, Taiwan 
Authors Email:  yungyuchen@mail.ncku.edu.tw 
Submitted at:  20130222 11:03:44 AM 
Abstract:  Piezoelectric materials possess really high potential to deliver nanoscale or microscale positioning resolution, huge blocking force, and fast response; hence they are widely utilized in a variety of engineering applications and product designs. However, a higher and unacceptable positioning error always occurs due to the hysteresis effect of the piezoelectric materials. For highprecision applications, this natural behavior should be eliminated. For solving this problem, a nonlinear nanoscale control design based on concepts of BoucWen model, system identification, and the nonlinear sliding mode control method is proposed. This proposed design can be divided into the following four steps: 1. Input and output behaviors of piezoelectric materials are firstly mathematically described with BoucWen model, 2. System parameters in BoucWen model for representing the characteristics of piezoelectric materials then simultaneously identified with respect to practical input and output data of piezoelectric materials, 3. Stability verification for this identified BoucWen model should be done in the next, and 4. A nonlinear sliding mode control is elegantly derived finally via minimizing the tracking error performance index. One important contribution of this investigation is that the tracking error between output displacement of mathematical modeled piezoelectric materials and desired trajectory can be proven to exponentially converge to zero. 
#97  
Title:  A New Approach to the Solution of the Nonlinear KleinGordon Equation 
Authors Name :  Dr.Morufu Oyedunsi OLAYIWOLA 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria. 
Authors Email:  olayiwola.oyedunsi@uniosun.edu.ng 
Submitted at:  20130213 10:40:46 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper a new Modified Variational Iteration Method (MVIM) for the solution of nonlinear KleinGordon equations is presented. This method is an elegant combination of the successive Taylor’s approximation and the Variational Iteration Method (VIM). Numerical results show the complete reliability of the proposed technique. Keywords: KleinGordon, modified variational iteration method, lagrange multiplier, Taylor’s series, partial differential equation. 
#95  
Title:  Tight extensions of T_0quasimetric spaces 
Authors Name :  Paulus Haihambo , Agyingi Collins Amburo , HansPeter A. Kunzi 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa 
Authors Email:  kashitoma@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20130131 04:50:07 PM 
Abstract:  ress introduced and studied the concept of the tight span of a metric space. It is known that Dress's theory is equivalent to the theory of the injective hull of a metric space independently discussed by Isbell some years earlier. In a paper by Kemajou et al. it was shown that Isbell's approach can be modified to work similarly for $T_0$quasimetric spaces and nonexpansive maps. Continuing that work we show in the present paper that large parts of the theory developed by Dress do not use the symmetry of the metric and when appropriately modifiedholds essentially unchanged for $T_0$quasimetric spaces. 
#85  
Title:  Enhancing comfort of a passenger car 
Authors Name :  Syeda Darakhshan Jabeen 
Authors Address :  Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata 
Authors Email:  syed_sdj@yahoo.co.in 
Submitted at:  20130122 04:00:43 PM 
Abstract:  this paper deals with estimating the parametric values of the nonlinear passive suspension for comfortable ride. The two dimensional halfcar model with two passengers, one seated at the front and the other at the rear position of the vehicle has been constructed mathematically. The nonlinear constrained optimization problem has been formulated which satisfy performance as per ISO standards. The optimization problem has been solved in time domain by simulating the model over bumpy roads. The suspension parameters obtained has been compared with those of the industrial design parameters. 
#84  
Title:  Quantum Control using Nonomechanical Resonators 
Authors Name :  Hebd Kadry, L. Y. Cheong, M Nordin B Zakaria and M. abdelAty 
Authors Address :  HPC Service Center, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 31750 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia 
Authors Email:  nordinzakaria@petronas.com.my 
Submitted at:  20130118 08:56:08 PM 
Abstract:  In this communication we discuss different aspects of multiqubit system. Information dynamics of charge qubits coupled to a nanomechanical resonator under influence of both a phonon bath in contact with the resonator and irreversible decay of the qubits is considered. The focus of our analysis is devoted to multiparticle entanglement and the effects arising from the coupling to the reservoir. Even in the presence of the reservoirs, the inherent entanglement is found to be rather robust. Due to this fact, together with control of system parameters, the system may therefore be especially suited for quantum information processing. 
#59  
Title:  Parametric Estimation of Moving Average 
Authors Name :  
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Submitted at:  20121217 03:18:56 PM 
Abstract:  We study a method for estimating parameters of a moving average process. The estimator, called RIVE is based on the idea that all the information for the parameters is transmitted through the sample and the noise effect becomes negligible when n tends to infinity. The case of the MA(1) process is studied. It is show that the estimator RIVE is consistent and asymptotically normal and provides a consistent estimator of the variance of the white noise process. 
#58  
Title:  Global existence for some triangular reactiondiffusion systems 
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Submitted at:  20121203 11:23:08 PM 
Abstract:  The aim of this work is to prove the global existence of classical solutions for some triangular reactiondiffusion systems of two equations. This extends some similar results in the case of a diagonal diffusionoperator associated with nonlinearities preserving the positivity and the total mass of the solutions or for which the total mass is a priori bounded. For this purpose, we use the appropriate techniques which are based on comparison theorem and Lyapunov functional methods. 
#57  
Title:  Optimizing Least Square Support Vector Machine (LSSVM) with Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) Algorithm for Stock Price prediction 
Authors Name :  Mustafa Abdul Salam , Prof. Omar Soliman , Prof. Osman Hegazy 
Authors Address :  at Higher Technological Institute (H.T.I) 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt 
Authors Email:  mustafa.abdo@ymail.com 
Submitted at:  20121126 12:20:27 AM 
Abstract:  In this paper, Particle swarm optimization (PSO), a stochastic populationbased evolutionary algorithm for problem solving is presented. PSO algorithm which has been successfully applied in many research and application areas is proposed to optimize least square support vector machine (LSSVM) to predict the daily stock prices. Stock market prediction is the act of trying to determine the future value of a company stock or other financial instrument traded on a financial exchange. The successful prediction of a stock's future price will maximize investor’s gains. The proposed model is based on the study of stocks historical data, technical indicators and optimizing LSSVM with PSO algorithm. PSO selects best free parameters combination for LSSVM to avoid overfitting and local minima problems and improve prediction accuracy. Artificial neural network trained with LevenbergMarquardt (LM) algorithm is used as a benchmark for comparison with proposed algorithm. Results presented in this paper show the potential of PSO algorithm in optimizing LSSVM. 
#49  
Title:  دراسة القساوة لخليطة اللحام الرباعية الخالية من الرصاص (BiSnInAg) وتحديد درجة حرارة انصهارها 
Authors Name :  أحمد صبحي عيسى , بيان زهير دويدري , عبد القادر حريري 
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Submitted at:  20121117 02:33:51 PM 
Abstract:  نالت خلائط اللحام الخالية من الرصاص اهتماماً خاصاً من الباحثين والعلماء الفيزيائيين في هذا العصر، لأسباب عديدة منها سمية الرصاص وأكثر خلائط اللحام شيوعاً هي الخلائط الثلاثية والرباعية. إن الهدف الرئيسي من هذا العمل هو دراسة الخواص الميكانيكية (القساوة المجهرية) والحرارية لخليطة اللحام (BiSnInAg) التي تكون مناسبة لاستخدامها في التطبيقات الالكترونية. في هذا البحث تمّ تحضير خلائط معدنية رباعية بطريقة التبريد السريع (تقنية الصهر المغزلي)، وأظهرت النتائج أن الخليطة الرباعية (Bi57Sn21In11Ag11) كانت ذات درجة انصهار أقل وذات قساوة جيدة بالمقارنة مع بقية الخلائط. 
#48  
Title:  دراسة الأثر الحراري والناقلية الكهربية لخلائط ثلاثية ورباعية أساسها القصدير 
Authors Name :  أحمد صبحي عيسى , بتول أحمد صباغ , عبد القادر حريري 
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Submitted at:  20121117 02:28:28 PM 
Abstract:  تعتبر خلائط المحامل ذات أهمية كبيرة في عالم الصناعة، وفي هذا البحث عمل تجريبي غايته دراسة خصائص هذه الخلائط لاستخدامها في تطبيقات صناعية محددة ومطلوبة مستقبلاً. تم في هذا البحث تحضير مجموعة من الخلائط الثلاثية والرباعية بطريقة التبريد السريع بالاعتماد على تقانة الصهر المغزلي ذات الدولاب المفرد. حيث استخدم جهاز التحليل الحراري التفاضلي(DTA) من أجل دراسة الخصائص الحرارية للخلائط المدروسة، وأفاد في تحديد درجة انصهار الخلائط حيث تبيّن أن الخليطة الثلاثية(Sn85Ag9Sb6) تملك أقل درجة انصهار وهي (C0300) وهذا ميدان الخلائط الثلاثية، أمّا في الخلائط الرباعية فقد تبيّن أن الخليطة (Sn85Ag9Sb4Zn2) هي التي تملك درجة الانصهار الأقل (250.4 C0). ولدى دراسة الخصائص الكهربية للخلائط المدروسة التي يندرج فيها تحديد الناقلية الكهربية، تبيّن أن الخليطة (Sn85Ag9Sb6) تتمتع بخصائص كهربية أفضل من بقية الخلائط الثلاثية، وأن الخليطة (Sn85Ag9Sb2Zn4) تملك أعلى قيمة للناقلية الكهربية. 
#38  
Title:  OPTIMAL CONTROL ANALYSIS OF LASSA FEVER WITH VACCINATION AND TREATMENTS 
Authors Name :  Bakare Emmanuel Afolabi , Yusuf Tajudeen Tunde 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria 
Authors Email:  emmabak2000@yahoo.com 
Submitted at:  20121004 12:26:20 AM 
Abstract:  We formulate and analyzed a compartmental deterministic model for the transmission of malaria disease. The model contain the systems of continuous time ordinary differential equations in compartments involving human and vector(Mastomys nastalensis i.e. Household Rat) population. We imposed a control parameter(vaccination) and treatments in order to prevent and treat the disease occurrence in human. Our model has a diseasefree equilibrium that is globally asymptotically stable if the basic reproduction number is less than unity, while the endemic equilibrium exists and it is globally asymptotically stable whenever the basic reproduction number is greater than unity. We further use the optimal control theory , by deriving its necessary conditions for optimal control of the malaria disease using the Pontryagin’s Maximum Principle (PMP).We finally discussed results from our numerical simulation to illustrate our analytical results. Keywords: vaccination, Global stability, Basic reproduction number, Pontryagin’s Maximum Principle, Optimal system, Optimal control, Hamiltonian, Simulation. 
#36  
Title:  QuarterSymmetric NonMetric Connection On TransSasakian Manifold 
Authors Name :  CHINMOY PATRA , A. Bhattacharyya 
Authors Address :  Jadavpur University 
Authors Email:  patrachinmoy@yahoo.co.in 
Submitted at:  20120924 10:49:31 PM 
Abstract:  In this paper we shall introduce a quartersymmetric nonmetric connection in a transSasakian manifold and prove its existence. We shall discuss some properties of quartersymmetric nonmetric connection on transSasakian manifold. Also we shall compare the quartersymmetric nonmetric connection with the LeviCivita connection in transSasakian manifold. 
#34  
Title:  Asymptotic Results of Simple Linear Regression Parameters Using Median Ranked Set Sampling 
Authors Name :  Mohammad AlRawwash 
Authors Address :  Department of Mathematics, University of Sharjah, UAE 
Authors Email:  malrawwash@sharjah.ac.ae 
Submitted at:  20120909 01:52:23 PM 
Abstract:  In recent work, Alodat et al. (2009) introduced estimators of the simple linear regression parameters using Median Ranked Set Sampling (MRSS) where the ranking was performed on the response variable. In this paper, we intend to obtain Fisher information matrix of these parameters to assess the amount of information contained in Median Ranked Set Sample compared to its counterpart contained in simple random sample (SRS). Our intention is to point out that, under the same sample size, Fisher information using MRSS contains more information than that contained in a SRS. Also, we present the Maximum Likelihood Estimator (MLE) using MRSS as well as SRS. 
#33  
Title:  The Role of Graph Theory in Solving Approximate Shortest Path Problems in 2D and 3D 
Authors Name :  Phan Thanh An 
Authors Address :  Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, 18 Hoang Quoc Viet road, 10307 Hanoi, Vietnam 
Authors Email:  thanhan@math.ac.vn 
Submitted at:  20120827 07:59:16 PM 
Abstract:  The problem to determine the Euclidean shortest path between two points in a simple polygon is very classical in motion planning. To date, all methods for solving this problem, as presented by Lee and Preparata in 1984, Mitchell in 2000, etc, rely on starting with a triangulation of a simple polygon and then rely on tools of graph theory (Dijkstra's algorithm/Thorup's algorithm for solving shortest path problems on graphs). In 2010, we present an efficient algorithm for determining convex ropes of a simple polygon and the convex hull for a finite set of points in 2D based on the idea of the method of orienting curves (introduced by Phu in 1987 for solving optimal control problems). These problems are variations of the shortest path problem in 2D and thus can be solved without triangulation algorithm and graph theory. There arises a question: Can we solve shortest path problems in 2D and in 3D without graph theory? In this talk, in 2D, based on the idea of the direct multiple shooting method (introduced by Bock in 1984 for solving optimal control problems) for the discretezation of the shortest paths in a simple polygon by cut segments parallel to ycoordinate 0y, we present an algorithm for finding the approximate shortest path between two points inside a simple polygon. It does not rely on triangulation of polygons and graph theory. In the same manner, in 3D, the discretization of the shortest paths on surface of a convex polytope is by cut slices parallel to the plane $x0y$. Then we present an algorithm for finding the approximate shortest path between two points surface of a convex polytope and show that graph tools (e.g., Dijkstra's algorithm/Thorup's algorithm) are crucial in the discretization above. Numerical examples are presented. Thus, in 3D, graph theory plays an crucial role in finding approximate shortest paths on surface of a convex polytope. This is a joint work with N. N. Hai, T. V. Hoai, and L. H. Trang. 
#32  
Title:  ON GENERALIZED 'PHI RECURRENT TRANS  SASAKIAN MANIFOLDS 
Authors Name :  DIPANKAR DEBNATH 
Authors Address :  BAMANPUKUR HIGH SCHOOL 
Authors Email:  dipankardebnath123@gmail.com 
Submitted at:  20120827 06:17:19 PM 
Abstract:  The object of the present paper is to study generalized 'phirecurrent transSasakian manifolds. It is proved that a generalized 'phirecurrent transSasakian manifold is an Einstein manifold. Also we obtained a relation between the associated 1forms A and B for a generalized 'phirecurrent and generalized concircular 'phirecurrent transSasakian manifolds and finally proved that a three dimensional locally generalized 'phirecurrent transSasakian manifold is of constant curvature. 
#1  
Title:  Mathematical Models Of Polimerization Proceses 
Authors Name :  Aiman Ospanova , Meruyert Berdieva , Tamara Zhukabayeva 
Authors Address :  Shymkent, Kazakhstan 
Authors Email:  aim@mail.ru 
Submitted at:  20120604 09:43:38 PM 
Abstract:  The work presents a new approach of modeling industrial reactors to receive polymer plastics. The efficient method of identifying stochastic model is suggested, at which unaccounted chance factors are presented as integrated disturbances. The models, received at which allow to take into consideration both the structure of flows in reactors and kinetic peculiarities of the process. 
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No.  Name  Address  

1  Meruyert Berdieva  Shymkent 160012, Kazakhstan  meruert_berdieva@mail.ru 
2  Aiman Ospanova  Shymkent, Kazakhstan  aim@mail.ru 
3  Tamara Zhukabayeva  Kazakhstan,Tauke khan avenue 5, Shymkent  tamara_kokenovna@mail.ru 
4  DIPANKAR DEBNATH  BAMANPUKUR HIGH SCHOOL  dipankardebnath123@gmail.com 
5  Phan Thanh An  Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, 18 Hoang Quoc Viet road, 10307 Hanoi, Vietnam  thanhan@math.ac.vn 
6  Mohammad AlRawwash  Department of Mathematics, University of Sharjah, UAE  malrawwash@sharjah.ac.ae 
7  CHINMOY PATRA  Jadavpur University  patrachinmoy@yahoo.co.in 
8  A. Bhattacharyya  Jadavpur University  aribh22@hotmail.com 
9  Bakare Emmanuel Afolabi  Department of Mathematics, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria  emmabak2000@yahoo.com 
10  Yusuf Tajudeen Tunde  Department of Mathematics, Federal University of Technology Akure  ttyusuf@yahoo.com 
11  بتول أحمد صباغ     
12  عبد القادر حريري     
13  أحمد صبحي عيسى     
14  بيان زهير دويدري     
15  أحمد صبحي عيسى     
16  عبد القادر حريري     
17  Mustafa Abdul Salam  at Higher Technological Institute (H.T.I) 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt  mustafa.abdo@ymail.com 
18  Prof. Omar Soliman  Faculty of Computer and Informatics, Cairo University, Egypt  omar_soliman@hotmail.com 
19  Prof. Osman Hegazy  Faculty of Computer and Informatics, Cairo University, Egypt  Dr_Omar_soliman@yahoo.com 
20  Hebd Kadry, L. Y. Cheong, M Nordin B Zakaria and M. abdelAty  HPC Service Center, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 31750 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia  nordinzakaria@petronas.com.my 
21  Syeda Darakhshan Jabeen  Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata  syed_sdj@yahoo.co.in 
22  Paulus Haihambo  Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa  kashitoma@yahoo.com 
23  Agyingi Collins Amburo  Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa  agyingi.collinsamburo@uct.ac.za 
24  HansPeter A. Kunzi  Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa  hanspeter.kunzi@uct.ac.za 
25  Dr.Morufu Oyedunsi OLAYIWOLA  Department of Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria.  olayiwola.oyedunsi@uniosun.edu.ng 
26  YungYu Chen  701 1 university Road, Tainan, Taiwan  yungyuchen@mail.ncku.edu.tw 
27  Walaa M. AbdelHafiez,  Mathematical Department, Computer Science branch, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt  walaa.hussien@science.sohag.edu.eg 
28  M. Heshmat  Mathematical Department, Computer Science branch, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt  heshmat72@gmail.com 
29  Mingming Qi  shaoxing university  webqmm1974@163.com 
30  Kil H. Kwon  Dept of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST, Korea  khkwon@kaist.edu 
31  Dae Gwan Lee  Dept of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST, Korea  daegwan@kaist.ac.kr 
32  A. Mahdy  Suth Valley University, Qena , Egypt  mahdy4@yahoo.com 
33  M. A. Ahmed  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt  mahmed68@yahoo.com 
34  Nasser Hassan Sweilam  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
35  M. M. Khader  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department  mohamedmbd@yahoo.com 
36  M Adel  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Departmnt, Giza, Egypt  ms_1072008@yahoo.com 
37  A. H. Abd Ellah  Sohag University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Sohag 82524  ahmed.abdelah@science.sohag.edu.eg 
38  mustafa salah shama  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
39  mustafa salah shama  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
40  mustafa salah shama  tanta University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department  m_shama87@yahoo.com 
41  Dr. Anuj Kumar Jhankal  Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Extension CenterJaipur, 27 MIA, Jaipur302017, INDIA  anujjhankal@yahoo.com 
42  Gabil M. AMIRALI (AMIRALIYEV)  Sinop University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Mathematics,57000, Sinop, Turkey  gabilamirali@yahoo.com 
43  Ayman Shehata Mohammed  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt  drshehata2006@yahoo.com 
44  Walaa Mohamed  Faculty of science, Mathematical and Computer Science Department, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt.  walaa.hussien@science.sohag.edu.eg 
45  Mohamed Heshmat  Faculty of science, Mathematical and Computer Science Department, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt.  Heshmat@science.sohag.edu.eg 
46  Moheb Girgis  Faculty of science, Department of Computer Science, Minia University, ElMinia, Egypt.  moheb.girgis@mu.edu.eg 
47  Seham Elaw  Faculty of science, Mathematical and Computer Science Department, Sohag University, 82524, Sohag, Egypt.  Seham_amer@science.sohag.edu.eg 
48  M.S. Abdelmeguid  Akhbar ElYom Academy, 6 October City, Giza 12573, Egypt  msaid76@yahoo.com 
49  Ashabul Hoque  Department of Mathematics, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi6205, Bangladesh  ashabulh@yahoo.com 
50  ShinIchi  Dept. of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, 21 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 5650871, Japan  aoki_tut@mac.com 
51  Salah Boulaaras  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science; University of Science and Technology Mohamed Bodiaf of Oran, Algeria  saleh_boulaares@yahoo.fr 
52  Dr Yousef M Emhemmed  Statistics Department,Faculty of Science, Tripoli University, Libya  emhemmedy@yahoo.co.uk 
53  Dr Sumaya S. Eljabri  Statistics Department,Faculty of Science, Tripoli University, Libya  emhemmedy@yahoo.co.uk 
54  Dr Mostafa A AlMesrati  Statistics Dept, Faculty of Science, Tripoli, Libya  emhemmedy@yahoo.co.uk 
55  MEGLOULI HOCINE  Laboratoire d’électrification des entreprises industrielles Université de Boumerdes  hmeglouli@yahoo.fr 
56  M. A. BENCHEIKH LE HOCINE  University Center of Tamanghasset  kawlamine@gmail.com 
57  Hany A. Hosham  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science(Assiut), AlAzhar University, Assiut, Egypt  hanyalbadrey@yahoo.com 
58  Yonghui CAO  School of Economics & Management, Henan Institute of Science and Technology,China  caoyonghui2000@126.com 
59  Hicham El Badaoui  Laboratory of Applied Chemical Biology on the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco.  elbadaoui.hicham@gmail.com 
60  Abdelaziz Abdallaoui  Laboratory of Applied Chemical Biology on the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco  a.abdallaoui@gmail.com 
61  Habiba Ousmana  Laboratory of Applied Chemical Biology on the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco  habiba.ousmana@gmail.com 
62  Imad Manssouri  Mechanical Engineering and Structure Department (ENSAM), University Moulay Ismail, BP 4042, 50000, Meknes, Morocco  imade_mansouri@yahoo.fr 
63  Abdelaziz ABDALLAOUI  Laboratory of Applied Chemical Biology on the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco.  a.abdallaoui@gmail.com 
64  Hicham EL BADAOUI  Laboratory of Chemical Biology Applied to the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment. Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco  elbadaoui.hicham@gmail.com 
65  Mohammed CHAIBI  Laboratory of Chemical Biology Applied to the Environment, Analytical Chemistry and Environment. Team, Faculty of Sciences, University Moulay Ismail, BP 11201, Zitoune, Meknes Morocco  chai_bi@hotmail.fr 
66  Imad MANSSOURI  Mechanical Engineering Department and Structures, ENSAM, University Moulay Ismail, BP 4042, 50000, Meknes, Morocco  imade_mansouri@yahoo.fr 
67  Saleem Abdullah  Department of Mathematics, QuaidiAzam University Islamabad, Pakistan  saleemabdullah81@yahoo.com 
68  Hu Ruo  Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, Guangzhou, 510665 P. R. China  hu68@163.com 
69  Hu Ruo  Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, Guangzhou, 510665 P. R. China  hu68@163.com 
70  Cemil Tunc  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, Yuzuncu Yil University, 65080, VanTurkey  cemtunc@yahoo.com 
71  Jürgen Garloff  University of Applied Sciences / HTWG Konstanz, Faculty of Computer Science, Konstanz, Germany  garloff@htwgkonstanz.de 
72  Mohammad Adm  University of Konstanz, Dept.of Mathematics and Statsitics, Konstanz, Germany  mjamathe@yahoo.com 
73  Jingyu Yang  Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang,110136, China  jingyu220@163.com 
74  Lanwei Zhou  The State Key Laboratory of Mechanics and Control for Mechanical Structures, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, 210016, China  zhoulanwei@nuaa.edu.cn 
75  Jingyu Yang  Department Of Aeronautics And Astronautics, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang, 110136, China  jingyu220@163.com 
76  Lanwei Zhou  The State Key Laboratory of Mechanics and Control for Mechanical Structures, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, 210016,China  zhoulanwei@nuaa.edu.cn 
77  Adil Khazari  262 Essalam 2 sidisaid Meknes, Morocco  adil0974@gmail.com 
78  Ali Boutoulout  Faculté des sciences Zitoune Meknes, Morocco  aliboutoulout@yahoo.fr 
79  Hamid Bourray  Faculté des sciences Zitoune Meknes, Morocco  hbourrayh@yahoo.fr 
80  ShenTsu Wang  Pingtung, Taiwan, R.O.C.  d917812@oz.nthu.edu.tw 
81  Kil H. Kwon  Dept of Math., KAIST, Daejeon, 305701, Korea  khkwon@kaist.edu 
82  Ahmed M. A ElSayed  Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt  amasayed@alexu.edu.eg 
83  Sanjeev Kumar  Dept. of mathematics, IBS, Khandari Campus, Agra 282002 India  sanjeevibs@yahoo.co.in 
84  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum, Egypt, 63514  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
85  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum, Egypt, 63514  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
86  Arthur R. McGurn  Department of Physics, Western Michigan University, 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, Michigan 490085252, U.S.A.  arthur.mcgurn@wmich.edu 
87  Necat Gorentas  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences,Yuzuncu Yil University  ngortas@yahoo.com 
88  YILMAZ SIMSEK  Akdeniz University faculty of Science Department of Mathematics Antalya TURKEY  ysimsek@akdeniz.edu.tr 
89  M. Mursaleen  Department of Mathematics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002, India  mursaleenm@gmail.com 
90  Krystian Jobczyk  Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (LMU Munich),Ludwigstrasse 31/126, 80539 Munich, Germany  krystian_jobczyk@op.pl, Krystian.Jobczyk@lrz.unimuenchen.de 
91  Dr. Abdelsalam Almannaei  Math. Dept. College of Science, University of Bahrain  aaalmann@hotmail.com 
92  Nasser Metwally  Math. Dept.. College of Science, University of BAhrain  Nmetwally@gmail.com 
93  Omar ZEGAOUI  Moulay Ismail University, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Research Team " Materials and Applied Catalysis," BP. Zitoune 11201, Meknès, Morocco  zomar17@yahoo.fr 
94  Mustapha BEN EL HOUARI  Moulay Ismail University, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Research Team " Materials and Applied Catalysis," BP. Zitoune 11201, Meknès, Morocco  bel_houari@hotmail.fr 
95  Hicham El BADAOUI  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Research Team "Analytical Chemistry and Environment", B.P. 11201, Zitoune, Meknès, Morocco  elbadaoui.hicham@gmail.com 
96  Abdelaziz ABDALLAOUI  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Research Team "Analytical Chemistry and Environment", B.P. 11201, Zitoune, Meknès, Morocco  a.abdallaoui@gmail.com 
97  Prof. Nasser Hassan Sweilam  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypy  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
98  Mohamed Meabed Khader  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Benha University, Benha, Egypt  mohamedmbd@yahoo.com 
99  Amr M. S. Mahdy  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt  amr_mahdy85@yahoo.com 
100  M. S. Ateto  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science at Qena, South Valley University, 83523 Qena, Egypt; Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Gazan University, Gazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  mohammed.ateto@gmail.com; mohamed.ali11@sci.svu.edu.eg 
101  M. S. Ateto  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science at Qena, South Valley University, 83523 Qena, Egypt; Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Gazan University, Gazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  mohammed.ateto@gmail.com; mohamed.ali11@sci.svu.edu.eg 
102  Eslam E. Badr  Giza, Egypt  eslam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
103  Sara Khaled Nabil  Helwan University, Faculty of Computers & Information Technology, Computer Science Department  sara.khnabil@gmail.com 
104  Metin BASARIR  Sakarya University, Department of Mathematics, 54187, Sakarya/TURKEY  basarir@sakarya.edu.tr 
105  MOHAMMED EL MOKHTAR. Ould. EL MOKHTAR  Laboratoire Systemes Dynamiques et Applications, Tlemcen University, Algeria, Nouakchott University, Mauritania and Kassim University Saoudi Arabia.  med.mokhtar66@yahoo.fr 
106  Nor Zila Abd Hamid  Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak, Malaysia  nor_zila@yahoo.com 
107  Lotfi Boudjenah  PB 248 Senia Zerbani 31106 Oran, Algeria  lotfi60@yahoo.fr 
108  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, ElFayoum University, ElFayoum63514, Egypt  karem _ kishk@yahoo.com 
109  Raafat Raid Rizkalla  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt  Raafat.3r@yahoo.com 
110  Sarita Pippal  Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, 247667, India  saritamathssf.iitr@gmail.com 
111  Neggal Billel  Laboratory of Applied Mathematics, University Badji MokhtarAnnaba P.O.Box 12, Annaba 23000, Algeria  bilelnegal@hotmail.com 
112  Mahmoud QAFSAOUI  ESTACA  Groupe ISAE, Rue G. Charpak, 53061 Laval cedex 9, France  mahmoud.qafsaoui@estaca.fr 
113  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
114  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
115  H.A. Attia  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics,Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, ElFayoum63415, Egypt  ah1113@yahoo.com 
116  M.A.I. Essawy  Higher Technological Institute (HTI), 3rd zone, 7th section – P.O Box NO. 4  6th of October City, Giza, Egypt  mohamed.essawy@hti.edu.eg 
117  A.H. Khater  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, BeniSuef University, BeniSuef  62511, Egypt  khater_ah@hotmail.com 
118  A.A. Ramadan  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, BeniSuef University, BeniSuef  62511, Egypt  aramadan58@yahoo.com 
119  Fathalla A. Rihan  Department of Mathematical Sciences, College of Science, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain 15551, UAE  frihan@uaeu.ac.ae 
120  F.A. Rihan, M. N. Anwar, and S. Lakshmanan  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE  m.anwar@uaeu.ac.ae 
121  Fathalla Rihan  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE  frihan@uaeu.ac.ae 
122  M. Naim Anwar  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE  m.anwar@uaeu.ac.ae 
123  Fathalla Rihan  Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, UAE  frihan@uaeu.ac.ae 
124  Ayman Iskakova  010008, Astana, Mirzoyan St., 2, L.N. Gumoliyov ENU, Mechanik & Math Depatment  ayman.astana@gmail.com 
125  Zhang Xiaoyong  Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Maritime University,Haigang Avenue, 1550, Shanghai, 201306, China  zxyo20@163.com 
126  Anjan Biswas  Delaware State University, Dover, DE, USA  biswas.anjan@gmail.com 
127  Barkat Ali Bhayo  Department of Mathematical Information Technology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland  bhayo.barkat@gmail.com 
128  Sangyong Kim  School of Construction Management and Engineering, Univ. of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 219, Reading, RG6 6AW, United Kingdom.  rd026992@reading.ac.uk 
129  Yoonseok Shin  Department of Plant/Architectural Engineering, Kyonggi Univ., 15242 Gwanggyosanro, Yeongtonggu, Suwonsi, Gyeonggido, 443760 Republic of Korea.  shiny@kgu.ac.kr 
130  GwangHee Kim  Department of Plant/Architectural Engineering, Kyonggi Univ., 15242 Gwanggyosanro, Yeongtonggu, Suwonsi, Gyeonggido, 443760 Republic of Korea.  ghkim@kyonggi.ac.kr 
131  M . F . El  Sabbagh  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University , Minia , Egypt  sabbagh52@hotmail.com 
132  S . I . ElGanaini  Mathematics Department , Faculty of Science , Damanhour University , Bahira 22514 , Egypt  ganaini5533@hotmail.com 
133  Garba, Hussaini Dikko  Department of Mathematics, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria –Nigeria.  hgdikko@yahoo.com 
134  Dr. S. Gouse Mohiddin  Department of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science,Madanapalle  517325, AP, India  gousemaths@gmail.com 
135  O. Anwar Bég  Gort EngovationPropulsion and Thermosciences,15 Southmere Avenue, Bradford, BD73NU, England, UK.  gortoab@gmail.com 
136  V.R. Prasad  Department of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science,Madanapalle, AP, India  rcpmaths@gmail.com 
137  S. Vijaya kumar Varma  Department of Mathematics, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, AP, INDIA  varmasvk@yahoo.com 
138  Sattar B. Sadkhan  University of Babylon , Iraq  drengsattar@ieee.org 
139  Mahmoud Hassaballah  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt.  m.hassaballah@svu.edu.eg 
140  Mourad Ahmed  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt.  mourad.ahmed@sci.svu.edu.eg 
141  Samah Gaber Mohamed Hassanien  Egypt, Assiut University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics.  samah_gaber2000@yahoo.com 
142  M.M. Aish  Physics department, Faculty of science, Menoufia university, Egypt  mohamedeash2@yahoo.com 
143  M. D. Starostenkov  I. I. Polzunov Altai State Technical University, Barnaul, Russia,  mohamedeash2@yahoo.com 
144  Noura A. Semary  Faculty of Computers and Information Menofia University Shebin ElKom  Egypt  noura.samri@ci.menofia.edu.eg 
145  Hatem M. Marey  Ophthalmology departmentFaculty of Medicine Menofia University Shebin ElKom  Egypt  hatemmarey@yahoo.com 
146  Entsar Ahmed Abdalla abdelRehim  Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt  entsarabdalla@hotmail.com 
147  M El_Sabbagh  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University, Egypt  elsabbaghmostafa@yahoo.com 
148  R Zait  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University, Egypt  zaitus@yahoo.com 
149  R M Abdelazeem  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University, Egypt  rasha_math24@yahoo.com 
150  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, ElFayoum University, ElFayoum63514, Egypt  bebo1.belal2@yahoo.com 
151  Raafat Riad Rizkalla  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt  bebo1.belal2@yahoo.com 
152  Haslinda Ibrahim  School of Quantitative Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah.  linda@uum.edu.my 
153  Nazihah Ahmad  School of Quantitative Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah.  nazihah@uum.edu.my 
154  Ghassan Malkawi  School of Quantitative Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah.  gassan_malkawi@yahoo.com 
155  Janpou Nee  General Education Center, ChienKuo Technology University, Changhua, Taiwan  jpnee@ctu.edu.tw 
156  Amina Angelika BOUCHNTOUF  Mathematics Laboratory. Department of Mathematics. Djillali Liabes University. ALGERIA.  bouchentouf_amina@yahoo.fr 
157  El harraki Imad  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Sciences Meknes Morocco  imadharraki@gmail.com 
158  Boutoulot ali  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Sciences Meknes Morocco  boutouloutali@yahoo.fr 
159  Bourray hamid  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of Sciences Meknes Morocco  hbourrayh@yahoo.fr 
160  Ali Boutoulout  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco  boutouloutali@yahoo.fr 
161  Layla Ezzahri  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco  lailaezzahri@gmail.com 
162  Layla Ezzahri  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco  lailaezzahri@gmail.com 
163  Ali Boutoulout  Moulay Ismail University, Faculty of sciences Meknes Morocco  boutouloutali@yahoo.fr 
164  M ElSabbagh  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Damanhour University, Egypt  elsabbaghmostafa@yahoo.com 
165  S. I . ElGanaini  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Damanhour University, Egypt  ganaini5533@hotmail.com 
166  E. M. Badr  Faculty of Computers and Informatics, Benha University, Benha, Egypt.  badrgraph@gmail.com 
167  Lenkeu Lenkeu Nadège Octavie  Po Box 33433, Yaounde  Cameroon  octavie@aimssenegal.org 
168  N. Alexia Raharinirina  AIMSSenegal  alexia@aimssenegal.org 
169  Gunnar Brandt  Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Bremen, Germany  gunnar.brandt@zmtbremen.de 
170  Aseem Bhagwat  Room N32, New Hostel, Indian Statistical Institute, Mysore Road, Bangalore  560059, India  bhagwat.aseem@gmail.com 
171  DR. UTTAM KUMAR BERA  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AGARTALA, BARJALA, JIRANIA, TRIPURA799055  bera_uttam@yahoo.co.in 
172  AMRIT DAS  NIT AGARTALA  das.amrit12@gmail.com 
173  Saleem Abdullah  Department of Mathematics, QuaidiAzam University, Islamabad Paksitan  saleemabdullah81@yahoo.com 
174  Saleem Abdullah  Department of Mathematics, QuaidiAzam University, Islamabad Paksitan  saleemabdullah81@yahoo.com 
175  Kareem Mohamed Abozeid  1st Badr st. Haram Giza  kareem.abozeid@bue.edu.eg 
176  Mohamed AbouDina  Cairo  maboudina@gmail.com 
177  yasser salama hassan  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt.  yasser_33@yahoo.com 
178  ahmed hamed abdellah  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Sohag 82524, Egypt.  ahmhamed@hotmail.com 
179  E. A. AbdelRehim  Department of Mathematics and Copmuter science, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal university, Ismailia  entsarabdalla@hotmail.com 
180  YILMAZ SIMSEK  Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Akdeniz University AntalyaTurkey  ysimsek@akdeniz.edu.tr 
181  SABRI Khadidja  Oran. Algeria  wafae_021@yahoo.fr 
182  Rawya abdel rahman hussein  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University  rawya_hussien@yahoo.com 
183  M.A.Soliman  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University  nhabdeal2002@yahoo.com 
184  M. A. Soliman, Nassar H. AbdelAll, Soad A. Hassan, Sayed A. Badr  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt  saodali@ymail.com 
185  Rawya hussein  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University Assiut 71516, Egypt  rawya_hussein@yahoo.com 
186  Rawya hussein  ematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University Assiut 71516, Egypt  rawya_hussein@yahoo.com 
187  Muhammad Adil Khan  Department of Mathematics, University of Peshawar, Pakistan  adilswati@gmail.com 
188       
189  Tahir Ali  Department of Mathematics, University of Peshawar, Pakistan  tahirali073@yahoo.com 
190  G. A. Khan  Department of Mathematics, University of Peshawar, Pakistan  mshahkar95@yahoo.com 
191  A. Kilicman  Department of Mathematics and Institute of Mathematical Research Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia  akilicman@putra.upm.edu.my 
192  T. Batbold  Institute of Mathematics, National University of Mongolia, P.O.Box 46A/104, Ulaanbaatar 14201, Mongolia  tsbatbold@hotmail.com 
193  Mohammed Alhagyan  KSA, Salman Univesity, AlAflaj  mhagyann@gmail.com 
194  Masnita Misiran  Malaysia , Utara University ,School of quantitve science  masnita@uum.edu.my 
195  Muhammad Adil Khan  Department of Mathematics University of Peshawar Pakistan  adilswati@gmail.com 
196  Rabie ZINE  Department of Mathematics Faculty of Sciences and Humanities In Aflaj, Salman Bin AbdulAziz university, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  rabie.zine@gmail.com 
197  Mustapha Raïssouli  Taibah University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Al Madinah Al Munawwarah, P.O.Box 30097, Zip Code 41477, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  raissouli_10@hotmail.com 
198  Khaled F. Hussain , Sara T. Kamal  Faculty of Computers and Information, Assiut University, Egypt, Faculty of Science, Mathematical Department, Computer Science branch, Assiut University, Egypt  saratarik@yahoo.com 
199  Hossam Shawky  Arab Aademy for Science, Technology and Maritime TransportEgypt  hossams@aast.edu 
200  H. N. AbdEllah and S. A. Hassan  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Assiut, Assiut 71516 , EGYPT.  hamdy_n2000@yahoo.com 
201  Nasser Hassan Sweilam  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza 12613, Egypt  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
202  M. S. AlAmry  Aden, Yemen  Salehm251@yahoo.com 
203  Abdelhakim Chillali  Fez  chil2015@yahoo.fr 
204  Seddik ABDELALIM  Casa  seddikabd@hotmail.com 
205  Said ELHAJJI  Rabat  elhajji@fsr.ac.ma 
206  Osama M. AboSeida  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh University, Egypt  aboseida@yahoo.com 
207  adel a. s. abo seliem  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt  adel_atta60@yahoo.com 
208  adel a. s. abo seliem  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt  adel_atta60@yahoo.com 
209  Omer Akguller  Mugla Sitki Kocman University Faculty of Science Mathematics Department, Mugla, Turkey  oakguller@mu.edu.tr 
210  Sibel Pasali Atmaca  Mugla Sitki Kocman University Faculty of Science Mathematics Department, Mugla, Turkey  sibela@mu.edu.tr 
211  Amr Ramadan El Dhaba  Faculty of Science  Damanhour university  amrramadaneg@yahoo.com 
212  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
213  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
214  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
215  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid  Ashmoon, Menoufia, Egypt  taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com 
216  Felefil Salama  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Kaf ElSheikh University, Egypt  felefil58@hotmail.com 
217  Ayman Badawi  American University of Sharjah, Dept. of Mathematics, Po.Box 26666, Sharjah, UAE  abadawi@aus.edu 
218  LAMAMRI ABDELKADER  University of Khemis Milian, Algeria,  plamamri@yahoo.fr 
219  H. AIT HADDADENE  Laboratory LAID3, USTHB, Algeria  plamamri@yahoo.fr 
220  H. AIT HADDADENE  Laboratory LAID3, USTHB, Algeria  plamamri@yahoo.fr 
221  A. NAGIH  Laboratory LITA, University Paul Verlaine  Metz, France  plamamri@yahoo.fr 
222  Ying Han  university of science and technology in Beijing, No.30, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China  hanying9792@126.com 
223  Ying Han  university of science and technology in Beijing, No.30, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China  hanying9792@126.com 
224  Elsayed Atlam  Tanta University, the division of computer science, Faculty of Science.  satlam@yahoo.com 
225  Hazem Ali Attia  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  ha1113@yahoo.com 
226  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
227  Hazem Ali Attia  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  ha1113@yahoo.com 
228  Karem Mahmoud Ewis  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, Fayoum 63514, Egypt  karem_kishk@yahoo.com 
229  Arafa Nasef  Department of Physics and Engineering Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt.  nasefa50@yahoo.com 
230  Roshdey Mareay  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kafrelsheikh University, Kafr ElSheikh 33516, Egypt.  roshdeymareay@yahoo.com 
231  Alaei raheleh,Haghani farhad,Khoshsiar reza  Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord Brunch,Iran  raheleh.alayi@yahoo.com,haghani1351@yahoo.com,khoshsiar@sci.sku.ac.ir 
232  Ahmed Elhadad  Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena, 83523, Egypt  ahmed.elhadad@sci.svu.edu.eg 
233  Safwat Hamad  Faculty of Computer & Information Sciences, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 11566, Egypt  shamad@cis.asu.edu.eg 
234  Amal Khalifa  College of Computer & Information Sciences, Princess Nora University, Riyadh  KSA  askhalifa@pnu.edu.sa 
235  S. Z. Rida  Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena, 83523, Egypt  szagloul@yahoo.com 
236  M. Khalifa Saad  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt  Mohamed_khalifa77@science.sohag.edu.eg 
237  H. S. AbdelAziz  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt  habdelaziz2005@yahoo.com 
238  A. A. Modhesh  Yemen, Taiz University, faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics  a_a_mod@yahoo.com 
239  Fuxiang Li  School of Applied Sciences Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin , China 150080  lifx2013@163.com 
240  Jinyan Tian  School of Applied Sciences Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin , China 150080  nomeans@126.com 
241  Zhaofu Fei  School of Applied Sciences Harbin University of Science and Technology, Harbin , China 150080  lifx2013@163.com 
242  Saida Saad Mohamed Mahmoud  53Elkadrya StreetElSaida Aysha Cairo  saida@sci.cu.edu.eg 
243  Fatma Ibrahim  South Valley University  aftmaaa@yahoo.com 
244  A. A. Modhesh  Yemen, Taiz University, faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics  a_a_mod@yahoo.com 
245  Liren Ding  16th Batch, 036 Post box, Luo yang city, He nan Province, 471003, P.R.China  wizardbale@163.com 
246  Yongjuan Wang  Language Engineering Department, 036 Post box, Luo yang city, He nan Province, 471003, P.R.China  pinkywyj@163.com 
247  Zhufeng Li  Language Engineering Department, 036 Post box, Luo yang city, He nan Province, 471003, P.R.China  willssponge@icloud.com 
248  A.S. F. Obada, H. A. Hessian, A.B. A. Mohamed and Ali H. Homid  Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Assiut, Egypt  alihimad@yahoo.com 
249  Ahmed  Alexanderia  Tengy_fox@yahoo.com 
250  Ali  Alexanderia  A_takieldeen@yahoo.com 
251  Hazem  Mansoura  Helbakry5@yahoo.com 
252  abdelmalek kouadri  Boumerdes, Algeria  ab_kouadri@hotmail.com 
253  bensmail abderazak  setif, Algeria  aek_bensmail@yahoo.fr 
254  ikhlef boualem  Boumerdes, Algeria  blm_ikhlef@yahoo.fr 
255  Zelmat mimoun  Boumerdes, Algeria  zelmat_mimoun@yahoo.fr 
256  H. N. AbdEllah  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Assiut, Assiut 71516 , EGYPT.  hamdy_n2000@yahoo.com 
257  Nassar H. AbdelAll  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Assiut, Assiut 71516 , EGYPT.  nhabdeal2002@yahoo.com 
258  M. AbuShady  Faculty of science, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt.  abu_shady_1999@yahoo.com 
259  A. K. AbuNab  Faculty of science, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt.  abu_shady_1999@yahoo.com 
260  Vagif Ibrahimov  Baku State University, Z.Khalilov 23, AZ 1148, AZERBAIJAN  ibvag47@mail.ru 
261  Galina Mehdiyeva  Baku State University, Z.Khalilov 23, AZ 1148, AZERBAIJAN  imn_bsu@mail.ru 
262  Mehriban Imanova  Baku State University, Z.Khalilov 23, AZ 1148, AZERBAIJAN  imn_bsu@mail.ru 
263  Mohamed Essawy  Higher Technological Institute (HTI), 3rd zone, 7th section – P.O Box NO. 4  6th of October City, Giza, Egypt  mohamed.essawy@hti.edu.eg 
264  Hazem Ali Attia  Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Fayoum University, ElFayoum63415, Egypt  ah1113@yahoo.com 
265  Emad Shonoda  DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS, ALJOUF UNIVERSITY, KSA.  en_shonoda@yahoo.de 
266  Nora Omar  DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE, FACULTY OF SCIENCE, PORTSAID UNIVERSITY, EGYPT.  nono_mody9308@yahoo.com 
267  N. A. Omar  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, PortSaid University, EGYPT.  nono_mody9308@yahoo.com 
268  E. N. SHONODA  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Arts, ALJOUF University, KSA.  en_shonoda@yahoo.de 
269  A. Radwan  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt  amr_or@yahoo.com 
270  T. Bosse  HumboldtUniversity zu Berlin, Germany  bosse@mathematik.huberlin.de 
271  A. Griewank  HumboldtUniversity zu Berlin, Germany  griewank@mathematik.huberlin.de 
272  M. A. Abuldahab  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Egypt  mamabuldahab@yahoo.com 
273  M. AbulEz  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Egypt.  mabulez56@hotmail.com 
274  I. Cacao  Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro, 3810193 Aveiro, Portugal  isabel.cacao@ua.pt 
275  Hamed Shawky  Alexandria  modyzied@yahoo.com 
276  Mazhar Tayel  Alexandria  profbasyouni@gmail.com 
277  Ahmed E. Aboanber  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta 31527, Egypt  aaboanber@yahoo.com, aboanber@tu.edu.eg 
278  Muhammad Mahmoud Alsuyuti  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Cairo, Egypt  muhammad.alsuyuti@gmail.com 
279  E.H. Doha  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, GizaEgypt  eiddoha@frcu.eun.eg 
280  W. M. Abd Elhameed  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, GizaEgypt  walee_9@yahoo.com 
281  Dr. Mohammed A. ElShorbagy  Department of Basic Engineering Science, Faculty of Engineering, Shebin ElKom Menoufia University, Egypt  mohammed_shorbagy@yahoo.com 
282  Ahcene BOUZIDA  Cidex 19 BP 77 CITE SEGHIR BEJAIA  bouzida.umbb@gmail.com 
283  Abdelhakim IDIR  Applied Automation Laboratory, F.H.C., University of Boumerdes (Algeria)  idir_ah@yahoo.fr 
284  Ekrem SAVAS  Istanbul Commerce University, Department of Mathematics, SütlüveIstanbul/Turkey  ekremsavas@yahoo.com 
285  Rehab R. Nour.  the Department of Computer Science, Minia University, ElMinia, Egypt.  rehab.ibrahim@science.miniauniv.edu.eg 
286  Ahmed A. Radwan  Department of Computer Science, Minia University, ElMinia, Egypt  aaaradwan2008@yahoo.com 
287  Usama S. Mohammed.  the Electrical Engineering Department, Assuit University.  usama@aun.edu.eg 
288  A.S.F. Obada  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt  asobada@yahoo.com 
289  S. AbdelKhalek  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt  abotalb2010@yahoo.com 
290  M. E. Shaheen  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Port Said University, Port Said , Egypt  marman_eg@yahoo.com 
291  Jae Heon Shim  Institute of Environmental Studies, Pusan National Univ., Geumjeonggu, Busan 609735, Republic of Korea  shim@pusan.ac.kr 
292  Alaa Mohamed Abd Ellatif Daby  ElkalubiaCairoEgypt.  Alaa_8560@yahoo.com 
293  Ali Kandil Saad  CairoEgypt.  Dr.Ali_kandil@yahoo.com 
294  Osama ElTanyawy  CairoEgypt.  drosamat@yahoo.com 
295  Sobhy ElSheikh  El monyifiaEgypt.  sobhyelsheikh@yahoo.com 
296  Jae Heon Shim  Institute of Environmental Studies, Pusan National University, Geumjeonggu, Busan 609735, Republic of Korea  shim@pusan.ac.kr 
297  Sangyong Kim  School of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 219, Reading, RG6 6AW, United Kingdom  rd026992@reading.ac.uk 
298  Ahmed E. Aboanber  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta 31527, Egypt  aboanber@tu.edu.eg, aaboanber@yahoo.com 
299  Abdallah A. Nahla  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta 31527, Egypt  nahla@tu.edu.eg 
300  Ahmed Elaraby  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt  ahmed.elarabi@sci.svu.edu.eg 
301  Hassan B. ElOwny  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Aswan University, 81528, Egypt  College of Computers and Information Technology, Taif University, Taif, Saudi Arabia.  hassenowny02@yahoo.com 
302  M. Heshmat  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 81528, Egypt  hashmat72@gmail.com 
303  M. Hassaballah  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt  m.hassaballah@svu.edu.eg 
304  A. S. Abdel Rady  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt  safwat_ahmed@hotmail.com 
305  Shigang Cui  Tianjin University of Technology and Education , Tianjin , China  yanglili0612@163.com 
306  Lili YANG  Tianjin University of Technology and Education , Tianjin , China  yanglili0612@163.com 
307  medhat  tanta university  meldamcese@yahoo.com 
308  Alaa Kamal  Port Said University  Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics  Port Said, Egypt  alaa_mohamed1@yahoo.com 
309  Mona Hosny Abd El Khaleek Ali  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University,beside Tabary school, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt.  moona_hosny@yahoo.com 
310  Ali Kandil Saad Ibrahim  Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Helwan University, Egypt  Ali_kandil@hotmail.com 
311  Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt  drosamat@yahoo.com 
312  Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, beside Tabary school,Roxy, Cairo, Egypt.  elsheikh33@hotmail.com 
313  Alaa Kamal  Port Said University  Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics  Port Said, Egypt  alaa_mohamed1@yahoo.com 
314  A. ElSayed Ahmed  Sohag University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Sohag 82524, Egypt\\ Department of Mathematics, Taif University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department Box 888 ElHawiyah, ElTaif 5700, Saudi Arabia  ahsayed80@hotmail.com 
315  T.I. Yassen  Assiut El Azhar University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Assiut, Egypt.  taha_hmour@yahoo.com 
316  Khu VenTsen  South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov, Tauke khan avenue 5, Shymkent 160012, Kazakhstan  qbcba@bk.ru 
317  Khu VenTsen  South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov, Tauke khan avenue 5, Shymkent 160012, Kazakhstan  qbcba@bk.ru 
318  Tamara Zhukabayeva  L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University,Mirzoyana Str., 2, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan, 010008  tamara_kokenovna@mail.ru 
319  Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University,beside Tabary school, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt.  elsheikh33@hotmail.com 
320  Rasha Naser Majeed  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of sinece, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt.  majeedrasha@yahoo.com 
321  Sobhy Ahmed Ali ElSheikh  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, beside Tabary school,Roxy, Cairo, Egypt.  elsheikh33@hotmail.com 
322  Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt  drosamat@yahoo.com 
323  Heba Ibrahim Mustafa  2 El Qauma street Zagazig Egypt  dr_heba_ibrahim@yahoo.com 
324  Osama Abd El Hameed ElTantawy,  Nacr city, cairo, Egypt  drosamat@yahoo.com 
325  Ayman M. AbdElrahman  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, 71516 Assiut, Egypt.  ayman275@aun.edu.eg 
326  N.N.Bogolubov  V.A.Steklov Institute of Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 119991,RUSSIA  bogolubv@mi.ras.ru 
327  U.Avazov  Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences Republic of Uzbekistan, Ulughbek, Tashkent 100214 , UZBEKISTAN  aumarbek80@yahoo.com 
328  M.Yu Rasulova  Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences Republic of Uzbekistan, Ulughbek, Tashkent 100214 , UZBEKISTAN  rasulova@live.com 
329  M.Yu.Rasulova  MIMOS BHD, Technology Park Malaysia, Bukit Jalil, 57000, KL, Malaysia  rasulova@live.com 
330  ABDELRAHMAN HEDAR  Dept. of Computer Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71526, Egypt  hedar@aun.edu.eg 
331  AMIRA A. ALLAM  Mathematics Dept., Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt  amiraallam33@yahoo.com 
332  YungYue Chen  1 University Road, Tainan, Taiwan  yungyuchen@mail.ncku.edu.tw 
333  Amr Zakaria  Ain Shams University  amr_zakaria2008@yahoo.com 
334  Ali Kandil  Helwan University  dr.ali_kandil@yahoo.com 
335  Osama Tantawy  Zagazig University  drosamat@yahoo.com 
336  Sobhy ElSheikh  Ain Shams University  sobhyelsheikh@yahoo.com 
337  N. H. Sweilam  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
338  Hatem Moharram  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt  hatem@sci.cu.edu.eg 
339  Hossam A. Ghany and M. Zakarya  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University Assiut  mohammed_zakarya@rocketmail.com 
340  Belkacem Kebli  Département de Génie Mécanique, Ecole Nationale Polytechnique, Algiers, Algeria  keblib@yahoo.fr 
341  A. Radwan , T. Bosse , A. Griewank  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt  amr_or@yahoo.com 
342  Hamed Shawky  Alexandria Egypt  modyzied@yahoo.com 
343  Mazhar Tayel  Alexandria Egypt  profbasyouni@gmail.com 
344  M. AbdelAty  Scientific Publishing Center, UOB, Kingdom of Bahrain  amisaty@gmail.com 
345  Dr. Khaled Bataineh  Department of Math and Stat, Jordan University of Science and Technology  khaledb@just.edu.jo 
346  Siegfried M. Rump  Institute for Reliable Computing, Hamburg University of Technology, Schwarzenbergstr. 95 21071 Hamburg, Germany  rump@tuhh.de 
347  N.H. Sweilam  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypt  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
348  A.M. Nagy  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Benha, Egypt  abdelhameed_nagy@yahoo.com 
349  T.H. Farag  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypt  tamer@sci.cu.edu.eg 
350  N.H. Sweilam  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypt  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
351  A.M. Nagy  Benha University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Benha, Egypt  abdelhameed_nagy@yahoo.com 
352  T.H. Farag  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypt  tamer@sci.cu.edu.eg 
353  A.S. AboElyazed  Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Mathematics Department, Giza, Egypt  amira@sci.cu.edu.eg 
354  Ramakanta meher  Department of Applied Mathematics, S.V.National Institute of Technology, Surat395007, India.  meher_ramakanta@yahoo.com 
355  N. H. Sweilam  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
356  Hatem Moharram  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt  hatem@sci.cu.edu.eg 
357  Omnia Ismail  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt  omnia@sci.cu.edu.eg 
358  suzan Ali Muhamad Muhamad  Suez canal university (Ismailia) Faculty of Science Mathematics Department  suzy.future@gmail.com 
359  Prof. Nasser Hassan Sweilam  Cairo university  Faculty of Science Mathematics Department  nsweilam@sci.cu.edu.eg 
360  M. Y. Bakeir  Mathematics Department, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt  mybakier@yahoo.com 
361  A. A. Allam  Mathematics Department, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt  mybakier@yahoo.com 
362  F.H.Khedr  Mathematics Department, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt  khedrfathi@gmail.com 
363  H.A.Hassan  Astronomy Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University  hassanahh@gmail.com 
364  Belabed Fatima Zohra  sba  zahira_bell@yahoo.fr 
365  Madiha Abd ElMegid Ali Saleem  Assuit  Badr housing for Elzeraeen  Building (C)  Part 1  dr_madiha_aly@yahoo.com 
366  H.A.Hassan  Astronomy Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University  hassanahh@gmail.com 
367  M.I.Wanas  Astronomy Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University  miwanas@sci.cu.edu.eg 
368  T. M. ElShahat  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, 71524, Assiut, Egypt.  el_shahat@yahoo.com 
369  Omar Reyad  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland  ormak4@yahoo.com 
370  A. A. Eldeeb  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Nasr City (11884), Cairo, Egypt.  ahmed_na707@yahoo.com 
371  H. ElOwaidy  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University,Nasr City (11884), Cairo, Egypt.  ahmed_na707@yahoo.com 
372  A. Abdeldaim  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Port Said University.  ahassen@su.edu.sa 
373  O.Reyad  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland  ormak4@yahoo.com 
374  Z.Kotulski  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland  zkotulsk@tele.pw.edu.pl 
375  Hossam A. Ghany and M. Zakarya  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, AlAzhar University, Assiut 71524, Egypt  mohammed\_zakarya@rocketmail.com 
376  O.Reyad  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland  ormak4@yahoo.com 
377  Z.Kotulski  Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland  zkotulsk@tele.pw.edu.pl 
378  M. A. AbulDahab  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt.  abuelhassan@yahoo.com 
379  M. A. Saleem  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt  abuelhassan@yahoo.com 
380  Z. G. Kishka  Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, Sohag 82524, Egypt.  abuelhassan@yahoo.com 
381  Hossam S.Hassan  Department of Basic and Applied Science, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt.  hossams@aast.edu 
382  M. A. AbulDahab  South Valley University, Faculty of Science, Math. Dept. QenaEgypt.  mamabuldahab@yahoo.com 
383  Saleh Omran  Taif University, Faculty of Science, Math. Dept. Taif, Saudi Arabia.  salehomran@yahoo.com 
384  Mostafa Rajab  Sohag University, Egypt  Mostafaragab2@gmail.com 
385  Arroud Chems eddine  Mila University Center Bp 26 Mila, Algeria  arroud.math@gmail.com 
386  Haddad Tahar  LMPA Laboratory, Jijel university Jijel 18000, Algeria  haddadtr2000@yahoo.fr 
387  Selim Ali Mohammadein  Math Department  selimali40_43@yahoo.com 
388  Selim Ali Mohammadein  Math Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta university  selimali40_43@yahoo.com 
389  Gamal G.L. Nashed  Center for Theoretical Physics, The British University in Egypt, ElSherlock City, MiserrIsmaili Desert Road, Postal No. 11837, P.O. Box 43, Egypt.  nashed@bue.edu.eg 
390  Muhammad Atta Othman Ahmed  Egypt  Sohag  mkhfagy@gmail.com 
391  Muhammad Atta Othman Ahmed  Egypt  Sohag  mkhfagy@gmail.com 
392  AbdelHaleem AbdelAty  Seri Iskandar, 31750 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia  halimaty@gmail.com 
393  Mohamed M. Eltokhy  Seri Iskandar, 31750 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia  mtokhy@gmail.com 
394  Mohammad A.A. Hamad  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, 71516, Egypt.  m_a_hamad2044@yahoo.com 
395  Nora Gaber Ahmed  Sohag  Egypt  noragaber@yahoo.com 
396  Mohamed Abd ElHalim ElSayed  Taif  KSA  drmasayed@yahoo.com 
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398  Nora Gaber Ahmed  Sohag  Egypt  noragaber@yahoo.com 
399  Mohammad A.A. Hamad  Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, 71516, Egypt.  mybakier@yahoo.com 
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