eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
247
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521805
HIERARCHICAL COMPUTATION OF HERMITE SPHERICAL INTERPOLANT
A. Lamnii
1
H. Mraoui
2
Faculty of Science and Technology, University Hassan first, Settat, Morocco Morocco
In this paper, we propose to extend the hierarchical bivariateHermite Interpolant to the spherical case. Let $T$ be an arbitraryspherical triangle of the unit sphere $S$ and let $u$ be a functiondefined over the triangle $T$. For $kin mathbb{N}$, we consider aHermite spherical Interpolant problem $H_k$ defined by some datascheme $mathcal{D}_k(u)$ and which admits a unique solution $p_k$in the space $B_{n_k}(T)$ of homogeneous Bernstein-B'ezierpolynomials of degree $n_k=2k$ (resp. $n_k=2k+1$) defined on $T$. Wediscuss the case when the data scheme $mathcal{D}_{r}(u)$ arenested, i.e., $mathcal{D}_{r-1}(u)subset mathcal{D}_{r}(u)$ forall $1 leq r leq k$. This, give a recursive formulae to computethe polynomial $p_k$. Moreover, this decomposition give a new basisfor the space $B_{n_k}(T)$, which are the hierarchical structure.The method is illustrated by a simple numerical example.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521805_9608b9b588e3eb826d022aab4cb15b7c.pdf
Spherical splines
Hermite interpolation
Recursive computation
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
261
276
521806
A SINGLE SERVER BERNOULLI VACATION QUEUE WITH TWO TYPE OF SERVICES AND WITH RESTRICTED ADMISSIBILITY
R. Kalyanaraman
1
V. Suvitha
2
Professor of Mathematics, Annamalai University India Professor of Mathematics 3rd
Annamalai University India Research Student,Annamalaiuniversity
A single server queue with Bernoulli vacation has been considered. In addition the admission to queue is based on a Bernoulli process and the server gives two type of services. For this model the probability generating function for the number of customers in the queue at different server's state are obtained using supplementary variable technique. Some performance measures are calculated. Some particular cases are obtained and numerical examples are also presented.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521806_b88e4e9bd11a5ac2bef1dd67c725089c.pdf
Bernoulli vacation
Bernoulli process
Supplementary variable technique
Performance measures
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
277
281
521807
SOLVING FRACTIONAL NONLINEAR SCHR"{O}DINGER EQUATIONS BY FRACTIONAL COMPLEX TRANSFORM METHOD
B. Ghazanfari
1
A. G. Ghazanfari
2
Lorestan university Iran, Islamic Republic of Assist. Prof. in Appl. Math.Department of Mathematics
In this paper, we apply fractional complex transform to convert the fractional nonlinear Schr"{o}dinger equations to the nonlinear Schr"{o}dinger equations.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521807_d54e945a101d1d0a4e976e5325f52584.pdf
Fractional complex transform
Schr"{o}dinger equation
Jumarie's derivative
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
283
298
521808
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE MOST GENERAL NONLINEAR FREDHOLM INTEGRO-DIFFERENTIAL-DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS BY USING TAYLOR POLYNOMIAL APPROACH
H. Adibi
1
A. Taherian
2
In this study, a Taylor method is developed for numerically solving the high-order most general nonlinear Fredholm integro-differential-difference equations in terms of Taylor expansions. The method is based on transferring the equation and conditions into the matrix equations which leads to solve a system of nonlinear algebraic equations with the unknown Taylor coefficients. Also, we test the method by numerical examples
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521808_45d2cf6011ebd4495ba59735ce46b5ad.pdf
Nonlinear Fredholm integro-differential-difference equations
Taylor series
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
299
308
521809
A NEW MODIFIED HOMOTOPY PERTURBATION METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR SECOND-ORDER FREDHOLM INTEGRO-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
M. Sotoodeh
1
M. A Fariborzi Araghi
2
Department of Applied Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University Iran, Islamic Republic of
Department of Applied Mathematics, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University Iran, Islamic Republic of
In this paper, we tried to accelerate the rate of convergence in solving second-order Fredholm type Integro-differential equations using a new method which is based on Improved homotopy perturbation method (IHPM) and applying accelerating parameters. This method is very simple and the result is obtained very fast.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521809_7da3d74052041f41e82c7ac5002d6c30.pdf
Improved homotopy perturbation method
Laplace Transform
Fredholm integro-differential equation
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
309
320
521810
HYBRID FUNCTIONS APPROACH AND PIECEWISE CONSTANT FUNCTION BY COLLOCATION METHOD FOR THE NONLINEAR VOLTERRA-FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
S. M. Mirzaei
1
Department of Mathematics, Minoodasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Minoodasht, Iran Iran, Islamic Republic of
In this work, we will compare two approximation method based on hybrid Legendre andBlock-Pulse functions and a computational method for solving nonlinear Fredholm-Volterraintegral equations of the second kind which is based on replacement of the unknown functionby truncated series of well known Block-Pulse functions (BPfs) expansion
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521810_d26fce73fc8832bd25d552d7105b5c78.pdf
Hybrid functions
Nonlinear Integral Equation
Block-Pulse Function
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
321
326
521811
COST MALMQUIST PRODUCTIVITY INDEX IN SUPPLY CHAIN
M. Fallah Jelodar
1
M. Sanei
2
S. Mamizadeh Chatghayeh
3
Department of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Firoozkooh Branch, Firoozkooh, Iran.
Department of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Firoozkooh Branch, Firoozkooh, Iran.
The index is excellent by the Malmquist index as extended to productivity measurement. The index developed here is defined in terms of input cost rather than input quantity distance functions in supply chain. Therefore, we propose productivity change is decomposed into overall efficiency and cost technical change. These decompositions provide a clearer situation of the root sources of supply chain productivity change, so that illustrated here in a sample of supply chain; so that results are computed using non-parametric mathematical programming.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521811_402be0e244d601c69bb7c2f5626937d1.pdf
DEA
Productivity change
Malmquist index
Supply Chain
eng
Islamic Azad University, Central tehran Branch
International Journal of Mathematical Modelling & Computations
2228-6225
2228-6233
2016-09-22
2
4 (FALL)
327
339
521812
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE STRATEGY TO IMPROVE PATIENT SATISFACTION IN A HOSPITAL SETTING
L. Sadeghi
1
A. A. Nasiripour
2
Iran, Islamic Republic of
Attempts made in order to improve management tools of performance showing the importance of customer satisfaction in determining the organizations’ success in profitability and business. The main objective of this study was to develop appropriate strategies to improve patient satisfaction in Hospital.
The research was a descriptive-practical one. Data was collected through a brainstorming session, two questionnaires designed based on internal and external evaluation matrices standard framework and quantitative strategic programming matrix, and finally some changes were made. Having collected the data, vision and mission of the hospital were developed; then SWOT matrix of the hospital was formed and due to the hospital being placed in competitive position (ST), five strategies were considered necessary to improve the satisfaction of the hospital’s patients.
What was considered the most was appointing a strategy in order to attract specialists and efficient forces with a score of 5.56 and the least considered referred to the strategy of promoting the empowerment of newly-hired staff with a score of 2.96.
The population of this study is comprised of experts and senior managers at one of the hospital in Tehran working in 2012 (N=16).
Due to the limited number of population, sampling was not done. Tools of collecting data included brainstorming session and two questionnaires.
http://ijm2c.iauctb.ac.ir/article_521812_4dd95d05e76bf8d2c1b3ec6fb1f2434e.pdf
Patient satisfaction
Strategy
hospital
SWOT matrix