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APSU represented at TAS

Faculty and students from Austin Peay State University Department of Mathematics presented at a meeting at the Tennessee Academy of Science on Nov. 22, 2008, in Nashville.

The presenters and their topics included the following:

Solving Third Order Ordinary Differential Equations by Boundary Value Methods, by Robert French and Michael C. Northington, student authors, and Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics.
Faculty and students from Austin Peay State University Department of Mathematics presented at a meeting at the Tennessee Academy of Science on Nov. 22, 2008, in Nashville.

The presenters and their topics included the following:

“Solving Third Order Ordinary Differential Equations by Boundary Value Methods,” by Robert French and Michael C. Northington, student authors, and Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics.

“Initial Value Methods for Two-Point Boundary Value Problems,” Kimberly L. Anderson and Jennifer Jones, student authors, and Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics.

“A Block Method for Second Order Initial Value Problems,” by Zachary D. Hodge and Scott Swindell, student authors, and Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics.

“A Boundary Value Approach for the Solution of Fourth Order Ordinary Differential Equations,” by Camerson Druyor, student author, and Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics.

“Comparing Numerical Methods for Solving Lotka Volterra Equations,” by Ramanjit K. Sahi, assistant professor of mathematics.

“Multiple Nonlinear Volterra Integral Equations: Some Analytical Results,” by Yuriy Bulka, assistant professor of mathematics.

“Asymptotic Properties of Maximum Likelihood Estimators for Spatial Non-Homogenous Poisson Point Processes,” by Han Wu, assistant professor of mathematics.

“Coefficient Bounds for a New Subclass of Univalent Functions,” by Ben Ntatin, assistant professor of mathematics.

For more information, contact Dr. Larry Hoehn, professor and chair of mathematics at APSU, (931) 221-7815. -- Melony Shemberger