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Mathematical Modeling
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Dear Colleagues,
Mathematical modeling is the basis of technology, design, and control. Mathematical modeling can be a theory or a database. Theory and data involve each other to better understand physical or metaphysical worlds. We seek highquality studies on new and innovative approaches, written to be simple and readable. We welcome submissions presenting new theoretical results, structural investigations, new models, algorithmic approaches, and new applications of mathematical physics problems. New scientific research works in the fields of epidemiology, biology, economy, ecology, medicine, physiology, sociology, chemistry, physics, and electronic and mechanical engineering, as well as civil engineering, are welcome.
Dr. Babak Shiri
Dr. Zahra Alijani
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Keywords
 factional theory
 neural network
 fuzzy theory
 dynamical systems
 epidemiological model
 differential equations
 integral equations
 partial differential equations
 algebraic equations
 boundary value problems and inverse problems
Participating Journals
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Axioms

2.0    2012  21.8 Days  CHF 2400 
Computation

2.2  3.5  2013  18 Days  CHF 1800 
Mathematical and Computational Applications

1.9    1996  22.5 Days  CHF 1400 
Mathematics

2.4  4.0  2013  16.9 Days  CHF 2600 
Symmetry

2.7  5.4  2009  16.2 Days  CHF 2400 
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