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Mathematical Modelling and Analysis publishes original research on all areas of mathematical modelling and analysis. More information ...

Current Issue

Published: 2021-10-28


Uniform regularity for the isentropic compressible magneto-micropolar system

Jishan Fan, Peng Wang, Yong Zhou
Abstract 281 | PDF Downloads 291

Page 519-527

Page 528-547

Third-order generalized discontinuous impulsive problems on the half-line

Feliz Minhós, Rui Carapinha
Abstract 225 | PDF Downloads 185

Page 548-565

Exponential Stability of laminated beam with constant delay feedback

Kassimu Mpungu, Tijani A. Apalara
Abstract 259 | PDF Downloads 224

Page 566-581

Analytic solutions of a two-fluid hydrodynamic model

Imre Ferenc Barna, László Mátyás
Abstract 241 | PDF Downloads 193

Page 582-590

Self-similarity techniques for chaotic attractors with many scrolls using step series switching

Emile Franc Doungmo Goufo, Chokkalingam Ravichandran, Gunvant A. Birajdar
Abstract 171 | PDF Downloads 77

Page 591-611

On the maximum number of period annuli for second order conservative equations

Armands Gritsans, Inara Yermachenko
Abstract 234 | PDF Downloads 67

Page 612-630

Differential equations with tempered Ψ-Caputo fractional derivative

Milan Medveď, Eva Brestovanská
Abstract 182 | PDF Downloads 184

Page 631-650

On singular solutions of the stationary Navier-Stokes system in power cusp domains

Konstantinas Pileckas, Alicija Raciene
Abstract 129 | PDF Downloads 108

Page 651-668

An existence result for quasilinear parabolic systems with lower order terms

Farah Balaadich, Elhoussine Azroul
Abstract 159 | PDF Downloads 158

Page 669-683

Numerical validation of probabilistic laws to evaluate finite element error estimates

Jöel Chaskalovic, Franck Assous
Abstract 162 | PDF Downloads 80

Page 684-695

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