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    • New simple iteration method for solving non-linear ODEs/PDEs with fluid mechanics applications 

      Motsa, Sandile (Strathmore University, 2017)
      This work presents a new simple iteration method for solving different classes of non-linear ordinary and partial differential equations. The solution method extends the ideas of the fixed point iteration method to non-linear ...
    • Non-stationary temperature extremes in a changing climate: A Bayesian extreme value analysis 

      Chukwudum, Queensley (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      The main focus of this study is to analyze the trends in extreme temperature over the East African region in order to aid a deeper understanding of the inherent risks associated with such extremes. Four countries' (Kenya, ...
    • Norm properties of generalized derivations on norm ideals 

      Muholo, Joshua; Bonyo, Job; Agure, John (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      We investigate the norm properties of a generalized derivation on a norm ideal J of B(H), the algebra of bounded linear operators on a Hilbert space H. Specifically, we extend the concept of S-universality from the inner ...
    • A Normative reflection on public relations and or corporate communications practice 

      Marube, Wilfred (Strathmore University, 2018)
      There has been debate among scholars, students and practitioners and in the field of communication management regarding the correct name to describe the practice of public relations and corporate communications. One of the ...
    • The Number theory: the Strobogrammatic number 

      Looijen, Maarten; Wanyembi, Gregory (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      What can one do without numbers? Communication should be impossible! Numbers play an indispensable role in human communication, economics, predictions, and many other areas of human endeavor. Furthermore, mathematics ...
    • Numerical solution for an extended multi-mutation and drug resistance model 

      Kolade, Mathew Owolabi; Kailash, Chandra Patidar; Shikongo, Albert (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      In this study, we extend a model that expresses intrinsic drug resistances to include SBS time required for mutation rate to take place and spatial effects of the involved cells. Furthermore, we show that the local ...
    • On a-self-adjoint, a-unitary opeators and quasiaffinities 

      Sitati, Isaiah (Strathmore University, 2017)
      In this paper, we investigate properties of A-self adjoint operators and other relations on Hilbert spaces. In this context, A is a self-adjoint and an invertible operator. More results on operator equivalences including ...
    • On collaboration: an important skill for Mathematics educators for the 21st century 

      Olszewski, Peter T.; Owiti, Dickson S. O. (Strathmore University, 2015)
      Mathematics, problem solving, and critical-thinking are key skills to innovation. Not only does the 21st century workforce require mathematics skills for success in everyday life but also for scientific advancement and ...
    • On compact power operators whose norms are eigenvalues 

      Owino, Julia (Strathmore University, 2017)
      The class of compact operators is fundamental in operator theory. Characterization of compact operators acting on different spaces has been fascinating to many Mathematicians. Many properties such as boundedness, completeness, ...
    • On Compactness of similarity orbits of norm-attainable, Operators 

      Mogotu, P. O.; Okelo, N.B.; Ongati, Omolo (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      The notion of compactness plays an important role in analysis. It has been extensively discussed on both metric and topological spaces. Various properties of compactness have been proved under the underlying spaces. ...
    • On joint essential maximal numerical ranges 

      Omoke, Priscah Mogotu (Strathmore University, 2017)
      The study of numerical range of an operator has been an area of intense research. The motivation for the development arose from the classical theory of quadratic forms. It forms a very important aspect in functional analysis, ...
    • On Joule heating triggered by oscillating surface 

      Nyamai, Benjamin (Strathmore University, 2017)
      This study aims at investigating the amount of Joule heating which occurs as a result of oscillating surface in an electrically conducting fluid exposed to a uniform magnetic field. Joule heating increases the thermal ...
    • On Magnetohydrodynamic(MHD) boundary layer flow of nanofluids past a porous flat plate 

      Njane , Winifred Mutuku -; Makinde, O.D. Prof.
      Paper presented at Strathmore International Mathematics Research Conference on July 23 - 27, 2012
    • On one nonclassical problem for the Laplace equation 

      Danilkina, Olga (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Nonlocal problems received special attention over the past few decades due to efficient descriptions of various phenomena in physics, chemistry and engineering in cases when data from the boundary of the process or initial ...
    • On self adjoint norm-attainable operators 

      Okelo, Benard (Strathmore University, 2017)
      In this paper we present the theory of norm-attainability for Hilbert space operators. In particular, we characterize self-adjointedness of the norm-attainable operators. We also outline the relationship between ...
    • On the Banach algebra numerical range 

      Kaubya, Francis; Agure, John Ogonji; Emenyu, John (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Let A denote a unital Banach algebra and SA denote its unit sphere. It was proved by F. F. Bonsalland J. Duncan that when the Banach algebra is unital, the algebra numerical rangeis identical to a subset of itself. Basing ...
    • On the Banach algebra numerical range 

      Kaubya, Francis (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Let A denote a unital Banach algebra and SA denote its unit sphere. It was proved by F. F. Bonsall and J. Duncan that when the Banach algebra is unital, the algebra numerical range is identical to a subset of itself. Basing ...
    • On the construction of mixed poisson distributions 

      Sarguta, Rachel
      Paper presented at Strathmore International Mathematics Research Conference on July 23 - 27, 2012
    • On the Eigenvalue problem involving the Robin p (x)-Lap1acian 

      Lubega, Mohammad; Karuhanga, Martin (Strathmore University, 2019-08)
      A nonlinear eigenvalue problem with Robin boundary conditions on a bounded domain is investigated. The existence of a sequence of non-negative eigenvalues is established using the Ljusternik-Shnirelmann principle. Using ...