Duke Mathematical Journal by the Numbers

Duke University Press is attending the Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM) this week, January 4-7, in Atlanta, GA. If you are there too, stop by the DUP booth #131 and say hello.

We will be talking to JMM attendees about our math publishing program, which includes five journals in the field. Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world’s top ten mathematics journals and is an essential resource for mathematics faculty and postgraduate programs. As a flagship journal in its field, DMJ has been published by Duke University Press since its inception in 1935. But there is a lot more to know about DMJ. Check out our infographic below.

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Does your library subscribe? Visit dukeupress.edu/dmj to learn more.

4 comments

  1. also here we can consider some consequences c as say prof horia orasanu connected with Lagrange problem and optimizations and constraints ; thus
    appear with the Fourier fast transformation. Decomposition method. Application of iterative methods for solution of grid boundary problems. Simple iteration methods, method with Chebyshev’s variable directions parameter set. Alternately – triangular iteration method.
    Concept of other methods of mathematical physics problem solving
    Finite element method. Variation-difference schemes. The solution of first order equation hyperbolic sets by the method of performances. Methods of integral equations solution. Fredholm’s equations of the second kind. Mechanical quadratures method. Method of the kernel replacement to degenerated one. Successive approximations method. Solution of the Voltairre’s second kind equations. First kind integral equations. Method of incorrect problems regularization.

    Literature

    SamarskyA.A. «Introduction into Numerical Methods». Moscow, 1982.
    SamarskyA.A. «The Theory of Diference Systems». Moscow, 1983.
    The program compilers are: Academician A.A. Samarsky;
    Prof. A.V. Gulin;
    Prof. A.P. Favorsky

    Methods of Mathematical Physics.
    (5-6 semestors, lectures – 68 ac.h. seminars – 68 ac.h.)

    Subject of mathematical physics. Physical fenomena and their mathematical models. Mathematics as method of research of physical fenomena and their using in practical activities.
    Role E. C. M. ( Electronic – calculating machine ) in the mathematical physics.
    Classification of equations in the private derivatives of the second

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  2. here sure we see as say prof dr mircea orasanu and prof horia orasanu as followings
    MAXWELL EQUATIONS AND DIFFERENTIAL TOTAL EXACTLY
    Author Horia Orasanu
    ABSTRACT
    Here we have some important aspects

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  3. sure here we sere and consider some aspects as say prof dr mircea orasanu and prof horia orasanu as followings
    RIEMANN HILBERT PROBLEM AND INTEGRAL
    Author Mircea Orasanu
    ABSTRACT
    The correspondence between differential equations and monodromies can in fact be established and is true in general if we understand the data much more generally, using sheaf theory
    1 INTRODUCTION
    There are many ways to tackle such a question but let’s take one particular path. Let’s start by the fact that when the limit is defined, the limit of a sum is the sum of the limits. We can split up our expression into 3, which looks like:
    lim_{n\rightarrow\infty}\sum_{i=1}^n9\left(4+(i-1)\frac{6}{n}\right)^2\frac{13}{n}-\lim_{n\rightarrow\infty}\sum_{i=1}^n\left(8\left(4+(i-1)\frac{6}{n}\right)\right)\frac{13}{n}+\lim_{n\rightarrow\infty}\sum_{i=1}^n7\frac{13}{n}but there exist and other situations more difficult

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