The link was not copied. Your current browser may not support copying via this button.
Link copied successfully
Browse Our Mathematics and Statistics Journals
Mathematics and statistics journals publish papers on the theory and application of mathematics, statistics, and probability. Most mathematics journals have a broad scope that encompasses most mathematical fields. These commonly include logic and foundations, algebra and number theory, analysis (including differential equations, functional analysis and operator theory), geometry, topology, combinatorics, probability and statistics, numerical analysis and computation theory, mathematical physics, etc.
When it comes to mathematics, we can classify it into pure and applied mathematics. Pure mathematics studies mathematical concepts separately from any form of mathematical application. It focuses on exploring basic ideas that make up mathematics and providing a deeper understanding of the field. It encompasses number theory, algebra, combinatorics, geometry, topology, and mathematical analysis.
On the other hand, applied mathematics encompasses the application of mathematical methods by different fields and industries. Applied mathematicians use existing theoretical knowledge and put it into practical use to solve problems in engineering, business, epidemiology, government, social sciences, and so on. Applied mathematics includes statistics, computational sciences, mathematical physics, operations research, and mathematical programming.
Statistics and probability treat the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and display of a large number of numerical data. For example, probability studies how often an event will happen after a certain number of repeated trials.
The mathematics and statistics journals welcome publications in the form of reviews, regular research, and short communications in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. Some articles may also publish media reviews, current trend surveys, modern theoretical techniques, and new ideas and tools in different mathematics areas.
Mathematics journals aim to encourage researchers to publish theoretical research in detail. These publications tend to become a forum for discussion of current and future field-related studies. These journals are partly open-access and only feature peer-reviewed articles.
The primary audience for these journals includes mathematicians, statisticians, graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, and other individuals interested in mathematical research.
AKJournals is proud to present its collection of six high-quality mathematics and statistics journals. Most of our journals publish papers treating both pure and applied mathematics fields: Acta Mathematica Hungarica, Mathematica Pannonica, and Periodica Mathematica Hungarica. Some journals from our collection specialize in specific areas such as scientometrics (Scientometrics), combinatorics, geometry, and topology (Studia Scientiarum Mathematicarum Hungarica), or modern and classical analysis (Analysis Mathematica).
A group G is called metahamiltonian if all its non-abelian subgroups are normal. The aim of this paper is to investigate the structure of uncountable groups of cardinality ℵ in which all proper subgroups of cardinality ℵ are metahamiltonian. It is proved that such a group is metahamiltonian, provided that it has no simple homomorphic images of cardinality ℵ. Furthermore, the behaviour of elements of finite order in uncountable groups is studied in the second part of the paper.
Authors:Abraão D. C. Nascimento, Kássio F. Silva, Gauss M. Cordeiro, Morad Alizadeh, Haitham M. Yousof, and G. G. Hamedani
We study some mathematical properties of a new generator of continuous distributions called the Odd Nadarajah-Haghighi (ONH) family. In particular, three special models in this family are investigated, namely the ONH gamma, beta and Weibull distributions. The family density function is given as a linear combination of exponentiated densities. Further, we propose a bivariate extension and various characterization results of the new family. We determine the maximum likelihood estimates of ONH parameters for complete and censored data. We provide a simulation study to verify the precision of these estimates. We illustrate the performance of the new family by means of a real data set.
Authors:Ebrahim Hashemi, Fatemeh Shokuhifar, and Abdollah Alhevaz
The intersection of all maximal right ideals of a near-ring N is called the quasi-radical of N. In this paper, first we show that the quasi-radical of the zero-symmetric near-ring of polynomials R0[x] equals to the set of all nilpotent elements of R0[x], when R is a commutative ring with Nil (R)2 = 0. Then we show that the quasi-radical of R0[x] is a subset of the intersection of all maximal left ideals of R0[x]. Also, we give an example to show that for some commutative ring R the quasi-radical of R0[x] coincides with the intersection of all maximal left ideals of R0[x]. Moreover, we prove that the quasi-radical of R0[x] is the greatest quasi-regular (right) ideal of it.
Let G be a finite group and H a subgroup of G. We say that H is an ℌ-subgroup of G if NG (H) ∩ Hg ≤ H for all g ∈G; H is called weakly ℌ-embedded in G if G has a normal subgroup K such that HG = HK and H ∩ K is an ℌ-subgroup of G, where HG is the normal clousre of H in G, i. e., HG = 〈Hg|g ∈ G〉. In this paper, we study the p-nilpotence of a group G under the assumption that every subgroup of order d of a Sylow p-subgroup P of G with 1 < d < |P| is weakly ℌ-embedded in G. Many known results related to p-nilpotence of a group G are generalized.
Let R be a discrete valuation ring, its nonzero prime ideal, P ∈R[X] a monic irreducible polynomial, and K the quotient field of R. We give in this paper a lower bound for the -adic valuation of the index of P over R in terms of the degrees of the monic irreducible factors of the reduction of P modulo . By localization, the same result holds true over Dedekind rings. As an important immediate application, when the lower bound is greater than zero, we conclude that no root of P generates a power basis for the integral closure of R in the field extension of K defined by P.
In this article, we study the class of rings in which every regular locally principal ideal is projective called LPP-rings. We investigate the transfer of this property to various constructions such as direct products, amalgamation of rings, and trivial ring extensions. Our aim is to provide examples of new classes of commutative rings satisfying the above-mentioned property.
In this paper we study the uniform approximation of functions by a generalization of the Picard and Gauss-Weierstrass operators of max-product type in exponential weighted spaces. We estimate the rate of approximation in terms of a suitable modulus of continuity. We extend and improve previous results.
This paper deals with the existence and uniqueness of weak solution of a problem which involves a class of A-harmonic elliptic equations of nonhomogeneous type. Under appropriate assumptions on the function f, our main results are obtained by using Browder Theorem.
Authors:Morad Alizadeh, Saeid Tahmasebi, Mohammad Reza Kazemi, Hamideh Siyamar Arabi Nejad, and G. Hossein G. Hamedani
In this paper, we introduce a new three-parameter generalized version of the Gompertz model called the odd log-logistic Gompertz (OLLGo) distribution. It includes some well-known lifetime distributions such as Gompertz (Go) and odd log-logistic exponential (OLLE) as special sub-models. This new distribution is quite flexible and can be used effectively in modeling survival data and reliability problems. It can have a decreasing, increasing and bathtub-shaped failure rate function depending on its parameters. Some mathematical properties of the new distribution, such as closed-form expressions for the density, cumulative distribution, hazard rate function, the kth order moment, moment generating function and the quantile measure are provided. We discuss maximum likelihood estimation of the OLLGo parameters as well as three other estimation methods from one observed sample. The flexibility and usefulness of the new distribution is illustrated by means of application to a real data set.
Let R be an IF ring, or be a ring such that each right R-module has a monomorphic flat envelope and the class of flat modules is coresolving. We firstly give a characterization of copure projective and cotorsion modules by lifting and extension diagrams, which implies that the classes of copure projective and cotorsion modules have some balanced properties. Then, a relative right derived functor is introduced to investigate copure projective and cotorsion dimensions of modules. As applications, some new characterizations of QF rings, perfect rings and noetherian rings are given.