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General Letters in Mathematics (GLM)

General Letters in Mathematics (GLM)
ISSN 2519-9277 (Online)
ISSN 2519-9269 (Print)
Frequency: Bimonthly
Cheif-Editor: Dr. Osama Ababneh
Language: English

General Letters in Mathematics is an academic journal published by Refaad.The aim of General Letters in Mathematics (GLM) is to provide fast publication of refereed, high quality original research papers in all areas of Mathematics.

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General Letters in Mathematics (GLM) is devoted to publish high-quality papers dealing with original research on a wide range of mathematical subjects, including almost all areas of pure and applied mathematics. The journal also emphasizes articles dealing with statistics, mathematical aspects of computational theory, as well as applications of mathematics in many branches of science and engineering. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

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  • Fuzzy mathematics
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  • Signal theory
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  • Topology and applications
  • Transport theory
  • Ultrametric analysis
  • Variational methods
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  • Mathematical physics
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  • Partial differential equations
  • Probability

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Modified Newton's Methods with Seventh or Eighth -Order Convergence

Husnia Mohamed Eldanfour

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 1-10
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Congruences on Inverse Semigroups using Kernel Normal System

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 11-22
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Integral Equations and their Relationship to Differential Equations with Initial Conditions

Mostefa Nadir; Somia Guechi

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 23-31
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The Invariance of the Reverse Order Law under Generalized Inverses of the Product of Two Closed Range Bounded Linear Operators on Hilbert Spaces and Characterization of the Property by the Norm Majorization

Hanifa Zekraoui; Cenap Ozel

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 32-38
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Existence and Regularity Results for the Stokes System with Mixed Boundary Conditions

Mourad Dilmi; Hamid. Benseridi

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 39-44
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Non Linear Free-Surface Flow Over a Submerged Obstacle

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (1) - (2016) 45-52
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Some Types of µ-semi-compactness Via hereditary classes

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (2) - (2016) 53-63
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Iλ -Statistical Convergence of Order α in Topological Groups

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (2) - (2016) 64-73
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European Option Pricing of Fractional Black-Scholes Model Using Sumudu Transform and its Derivatives

Waseem Asghar Khan; Faryal Aijaz Ansari

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (3) - (2016) 74-80
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Application of Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method for Solving Linear Boundary Value Problems Differential Equation

Malik . S Awwad; Osama . Y Ababneh

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 1 (3) - (2016) 81-94
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Global Properties of the Solution of the Einstein-Maxwell-Boltzmann-Scalar Field System with Pseudo-Tensor of Pressure on a Bianchi Type I Space-Time

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (1) - (2017) 1-16
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Repeat Codes, Even Codes, Odd Codes and Their Equivalence

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (1) - (2017) 17-24
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Preface to the Special Issue on the International Workshop on Applied Mathematics Errachidia (IWAM’2017)

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Error Estimates and Analysis Results for Signorini’s Problem in Thermo-Electro-Viscoelasticity

EL-H. Essoufi ; M. Alaoui; M. Bouallala

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 25-41
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Fuzzy α−semigroups of operators

A. El Allaoui ; S. Melliani; L. S. Chadli

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 42-49
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Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws

Taha Ennaciri ; Nabil Mrani; Ahmed El abbassi; Jaouad Foshi

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 50-56
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A Lightweight Neural Classifier for Intrusion Detection

Azidine GUEZZAZ ; Ahmed ASIMI; Younes ASIMI; Zakariae TBATOU; Yassine SADQI

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 57-66
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Binary Linear Codes and Binary Matrices

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 67-72
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Existence of Solution of Neutral Fractional Impulsive Differential Equations with Infinite Delay

K.Hilal; Y. Allaoui

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 73-83
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Regional Gradient Exact Enlarge Controllability of the Semilinear Heat Equation

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 84-93
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Source to Coast Pollutants Distribution in Tangier Area: Arc GIS Interpolation and Finite Element Methods

Saiida Lazaar; Siham Abourida

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 94-98
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Duality Between Differentiability and Minimization in Banach Spaces

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (2) - (2017) 99-104
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Oscillatory Behavior of Higher-Order Delay Differential Equations

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (3) - (2017) 105-110
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On Binary Generalized Topological Spaces

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (3) - (2017) 111-116
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A Fourth Order Difference Method For a Nonlinear Elliptic PDEs in Two Dimension Space

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (3) - (2017) 117-128
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Lacunary Interpolation Using Quartic B-Splin

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 2 (3) - (2017) 129-137
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On the Effect of Stochastic Extra Contribution on Optimal Investment Strategies for Stochastic Salary Under the Affine Interest Rate Model in a DC pension Fund

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QSPR Analysis of Degree-Based Topological Indices with physical properties of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons

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Integrable Systems, Spectral Curves and Representation Theory

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 1-24
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A Brief Note Concerning Non-Self Contractions in Banach Spaces Endowed with a Graph

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 25-30
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On the Lower Estimations for Maximal (±1)-Determinants

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 31-34
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Applications of Homotopy Perturbation Transform Method for Solving Newell-Whitehead-Segel Equation

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 35-46
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Existence Solutions of the Complex Linear Differential Equations in QK,ω(p,q) Spaces

A. Kamal ; T.I. Yassen

General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 47-56
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Hyers-Ulam-Rassias Stability Criteria of Nonlinear Differential Equations of Lane-Emden Type

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General Letters in Mathematics - Vol 3 (1) - (2017) 57-70
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Hyers-Ulam-Rassias Stability Criteria of Nonlinear Differential Equations of Lane-Emden Type
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Existence Solutions of the Complex Linear Differential Equations in QK,ω(p,q) Spaces
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Applications of Homotopy Perturbation Transform Method for Solving Newell-Whitehead-Segel Equation
Mohamed Zellal ; Kacem Belghaba
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