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New Trends and Advanced Methods in Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences

  • Bourama Toni
  • Covers cutting-edge interdisciplinary research at the interfaces of biosciences, engineering, mathematics and health

  • Accessible to a wide multidisciplinary audience

  • Offers high quality, peer -reviewed, and carefully edited research from invited contributors

Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Raymond R. Fletcher III
    Pages 1-41
  3. Raymond R. Fletcher III
    Pages 43-94
  4. Larry Keen II, Arlener D. Turner, Deidre Pereira, Clive Callender, Alfonso Campbell
    Pages 123-142
  5. Andrei Khrennikov, Nikolay Kotovich
    Pages 143-154
  6. Klaudia Oleschko, Andrei Khrennikov, Beatriz F. Oleshko, Jean-Francois Parrot
    Pages 155-167
  7. Edgard Ngounda, Kailash C. Patidar, Edson Pindza
    Pages 221-239
  8. Matti Pitkänen
    Pages 241-319
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 357-358

About these proceedings


The latest of five multidisciplinary volumes, this book spans the STEAM-H (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, Mathematics, and Health) disciplines with the intent to generate meaningful interdisciplinary interaction and student interest. Emphasis is placed on important methods and applications within and beyond each field. Topics include geometric triple systems, image segmentation, pattern recognition in medicine, pricing barrier options, p-adic numbers distribution in geophysics data pattern, adelic physics, and evolutionary game theory. Contributions were by invitation only and peer-reviewed. Each chapter is reasonably self-contained and pedagogically presented for a multidisciplinary readership.


Geometric triple systems psychoneuroimmunology Image segmentation Pattern recognition Darcy-Prandtl Number Barrier options Adelic physics Evolutionary Game Theory and Culture

Editors and affiliations

  • Bourama Toni
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Mathematics & EconomicsVirginia State UniversityPetersburgUSA

About the editors

Bourama Toni is Professor of Mathematics at Virginia State University. He earned his PhD in Mathematics with a focus on Differential Analysis and Dynamical Systems from the Université de Montréal. He is the author of several Springer books, including Bridging Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering and Technology (2012), Advances in Interdisciplinary Mathematical Research (2013), and New Frontiers of Multidisciplinary Research in STEAM-H (2014).

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