Browsing Doctoral Degrees (Applied Mathematics) by Title
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Aspects of graph vulnerability.
(1994)This dissertation details the results of an investigation into, primarily, three aspects of graph vulnerability namely, lconnectivity, Steiner Distance hereditatiness and functional isolation. Following the introduction ... 
Asymptotic analysis of singularly perturbed dynamical systems.
(2011)According to the needs, real systems can be modeled at various level of resolution. It can be detailed interactions at the individual level (or at microscopic level) or a sample of the system (or at mesoscopic level) and ... 
Bivariate pseudospectral collocation algorithms for nonlinear partial differential equations.
(2016)Abstract available in PDF file. 
Bounds on distancebased topological indices in graphs.
(2012)This thesis details the results of investigations into bounds on some distancebased topological indices. The thesis consists of six chapters. In the first chapter we define the standard graph theory concepts, and ... 
The CBand All Sky Survey commissioning and data analysis.
(2017)The CBand All Sky Survey (CBASS) is a ground based radio survey that scans the entire sky in Stokes I, Q and U at a central frequency of 5 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth and an angular resolution of 0.73 . The experiment ... 
Computational study of high order numerical schemes for fluidstructure interaction in gas dynamics.
(2013)Solving the fluidstructure interaction (FSI) problems is particularly challenging. This is because the coupling of the fluid and structure may require different solvers in different points of the solution domain, and with ... 
Conformal symmetry and applications to spherically symmetric spacetimes.
(2018)In this thesis we study static spherically symmetric spacetimes with a spherical conformal symmetry and a nonstatic conformal factor. We analyse the general solution of the conformal Killing vector equation subject to ... 
Developing an integrated decision support system for an oil refinery.
(1998)This thesis considers the problem of residue upgrading operations in an oil refinery. Visbreaking is a residueupgrading process that improves profitability of a refinery. The economics of converting the heavy residue ... 
Differential equations for relativistic radiating stars.
(2013)We consider radiating spherical stars in general relativity when they are conformally flat, geodesic with shear, and accelerating, expanding and shearing. We study the junction conditions relating the pressure to the ... 
Doublediffusive convection flow in porous media with crossdiffusion.
(2011)In this thesis we study doublediffusive convection and crossdiffusion effects in flow through porous media. Fluid flows in various flow geometries are investigated and the governing equations are solved analytically ... 
Dynamics of radiating stars in the strong gravity regime.
(2017)We model the dynamics of a spherically symmetric radiating dynamical star, emitting outgoing null radiation, with three spacetime regions. The local internal atmosphere is a twocomponent system consisting of standard ... 
Evolution of galaxy cluster scaling relations over half a Hubble time.
(2016)Abstract available in PDF file. 
Exact models of compact stars with equations of state.
(2013)We study exact solutions to the EinsteinMaxwell system of equations and relate them to compact objects. It is well known that there are substantial analytic difficulties in the modelling of selfgravitating, static fluid ... 
Fischer Clifford matrices and character tables of certain groups associated with simple groups O+10(2) [the simple orthogonal group of dimension 10 over GF (2)], HS and Ly.
(2011)The character table of any finite group provides a considerable amount of information about a group and the use of character tables is of great importance in Mathematics and Physical Sciences. Most of the maximal subgroups ... 
Generalized travelling wave solutions for a microscopic chemotaxis model.
(2014)In biology cell migration is one of the most critical processes, for it is decisive in the mechanisms leading to the beginning of life. The collective migration of cells via wave motion plays a key role in understanding ... 
Group theoretic approach to heat conducting gravitating systems.
(2013)We study shearfree heat conducting spherically symmetric gravitating fluids defined in four and higher dimensional spacetimes. We analyse models that are both uncharged and charged via the pressure isotropy condition ... 
Initial conditions of the universe : signatures in the cosmic microwave background and baryon acoustic oscillations.
(2012)In this thesis, we investigate the signatures of isocurvature initial conditions in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) through the temperature and polarization anisotropies, and in the largescale structure distribution ... 
Interative approaches to convex feasibility problems.
(2001)Solutions to convex feasibility problems are generally found by iteratively constructing sequences that converge strongly or weakly to it. In this study, four types of iteration schemes are considered in an attempt to ... 
Investigation of gravitational collapse of generalized Vaidya spacetimes.
(2015)In this thesis, we study the gravitational collapse of generalized Vaidya spacetimes which describe a combination of lightlike and timelike matter elds, commonly known as Type I and Type II elds, respectively, in the ...