Mathematical Modeling of Real World Problems: Interdisciplinary Studies in Applied Mathematics

Zafer Aslan (Editor)
Istanbul Aydın University, Computer Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey

Funda Dökmen (Editor)
Kocaeli University, Food and Agricultural Vocational School, Kocaeli, Turkey

Enrico Feoli (Editor)
University of Trieste, Department of Life Sciences, Trieste, Italy

Abul H. Siddiqi (Editor)
Sharda University, Greater Noida, NCR, India

Series: Mathematics Research Developments
BISAC: MAT003000

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Data mining provides avenues for proper understanding of real world problems. For researchers interested in data mining and new applications, this book is a multidisciplinary ‘handbook’ in data processes, engineering and medical applications. The authors from the different parts of the world discuss major issues of importance for integrated mathematical implementation and developing experiences. From the general spectrum, the individual spectra can be allowing for separate detection and monitoring of the problem by decomposing the space and time series into signal and noise components.

It provides an up-front review of mathematical modeling of real world problems and interdisciplinary studies in applied mathematics that are not only for scientists, engineers, planners or, social scientists but because also everyone can read and understand the real world problems from environment to medicine and their interaction to mathematical implementation.

Mathematical studies of the book are aimed to analyze and visualize real world problems in engineering and environmental studies like drought survey, precipitation and erosivity, cloud clarification, estimation of convection scheme and non-linear time series of air pollution, water management, water quality and river pollution and also in medical sciences like, ECG analyses, neurosurgery, computational neuroscience, brain disasters, Parkinson diseases, support vector machine, logic and mathematics.

Authors recommend it to researchers with an interest in interaction of social, environmental, agricultural and medical scientists, engineers and planners who are applying wavelets and applied mathematics in their research. The book was edited by Prof. Dr. Zafer ASLAN – Istanbul Aydın University, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Funda DÖKMEN – Kocaeli University, Prof. Dr. Abul Hasan SIDDIQI – Sharda University and Prof. Dr. Enrico FEOLI – University of Trieste.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Drought Survey of Basin of Büyük Menderes by SPI
(A.Tokgözlü, E. Özkan, F. Dökmen and Z. Aslan, Süleyman Demirel University, Science and Literature Faculty, Isparta, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 2. An Observational and Numerical Study of Precipitation Concentration and Erosivity Indices
(Z. N. Çağlar, B. Oğuzhan, D. O. Demirci, S. Söğüt, N. Yeniçeri, A. Tokgözlü and Z. Aslan, Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute, Istanbul Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 3. Shoreline Extraction from Cloud Removed Landsat 8 Image: Case Study Lake Erçek, Turkey
(K. Kalkan, D. Maktav and B. Bayram, Istanbul Technical University, Geomatics Engineering Department, Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 4. The Influence of Two Radiation Schemes on the Global Daily Solar Irradiance Using a Regional Climate Model (RegCM4)
(S. A. Anwar and M. M. A. Wahab, Egyptian Meteorological Authority, Cairo, Egypt)

Chapter 5. Nonlinear Time Series Analysis of Environment Pollutants
(R. Bhardwaj, University School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Non-Linear Dynamics Research Lab, Department of Mathematics,Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, Delhi, India)

Chapter 6. Assessment of Water Quality Model Using Fuzzy Logic System: A Case Study of Surface Water Resources in Yalova of Turkey
(F. Dökmen and N. Duru, Kocaeli University, Food and Agricultural Vocational School, Campus of Arslanbey, Kartepe-Kocaeli, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 7. Sensitivity of RegCM4.2 Convection Schemes over Nile Basin Domain
(M.Gaber, M. M. Abdel Wahab and A. S. Zaky, Nile Forecast Center, Planning Sector, Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation, and others)

Chapter 8. Algorithmic Approaches for ECG Analysis
(H. Kodal Sevindir, C. Yazici and Suleyman Çetinkaya, Department of Mathematics, University of Kocaeli, Kocaeli, Turkey)

Chapter 9. Coordinates of Neurosurgery in 3-Dimensional Cubic System: Assessment of Brain through the Principles of Geometry
(İ. Doğan and T. Dündar, Ankara University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Neurosurgery, Ankara, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 10. Understanding the Brain: Computational Neuroscience
(A.S. Mutluer, I. Doğan and T.T. Dündar, Bezmialem Vakif University, Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 11. Brain Tumors and Future Therapeutic Options
(T. T. Dündar, İ. Doğan and A. S. Mutluer, Bezmialem Foundation University, Medicine Faculty, Department of Neurosurgery, Istanbul, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 12. A Novel Approach to Neuro-Fuzzy System Algorithms: Modelling for the Classification of MS Subgroups in MRI
(Y. Karaca, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, US)

Chapter 13. Wavelet Transform with Analyzed Signals: Detection of Breast Cancer with SVM Kernels Algorithms
(Y. Karaca and Z. Noor, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, US, and others)

Chapter 14. Diagnosing Parkinson’s Diseases by Machine Learning Methods Using Force Signals
(F. Aydın and Z. Aslan, Department of Software Engineering, Kirklareli University, Kirklareli, Turkey, and others)

Index

“The book is a compilation of a number of scientific papers providing a view on how mathematics can be applied to model some real world problems. In depth analyses and discussions are given by researchers applying wavelet to environmental problems, to water management and in medical sciences. The book can be recommended as a reference ‘handbook’ for those working in applications of data processes and in engineering applications.” - Honorary Professor Donald Gabriels, Ghent University, Belgium with the UNESCO Chair on Eremology

“The proposed book looks very interesting and covers a variety of subjects like environment, water management and medicine. Such interdisciplinary topics could prove to be useful to many researchers working in these fields.” - Professor Dr. Pammy Manchanda, Guru Nanak Dev University, India

“This book serves as an up-front review of mathematical modeling of real world problems and interdisciplinary studies in applied mathematics that not only scientists, engineers, planners, social scientists but also everyone can read and understand the real world problems. The content ranges from environmental problems to medicine and their interaction to mathematical implementation. Thank all contributors who ensure such extended and comprehensive study.” - Professor Dr. Hasan Saygin, Istanbul Aydin University, Turkey

“This book covers a broad spectrum of applying mathematical tools to solve problems in the real world, mainly in the environmental and medical sciences. I am very interested in chapters about the application of wavelet to the time series analysis and the use of numerical models to the meteorological and environmental studies. I believe that this book will be a valuable reference for those who work on or are interested in data processing and data mining researches.” - Professor Dr. Lin Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

The provides an up-front review of mathematical modelling of real world problems and interdisciplinary studies in applied mathematics that not only for scientists, engineers, planners, social scientists but also everyone can read and understand the real world problems from environment to medicine and their interaction to mathematical implementation. We recommend it to researchers with an interest in interaction of social, environmental, agricultural and medical scientists, engineers and planners who are applying wavelets and applied mathematics in their research.

Engineering, Environment, Wavelet, Modelling

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