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Existence result of solutions for a class of nonlinear differential systems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5006.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.17236.1918
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In this paper, we will discuss the existence of bounded positive solutions for a class of nonlinear differential systems. The objective will be achieved by applying some results and techniques of functional analysis such as Schauder's fixed point theorem and potential theory tools.
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Salim
Mesbahi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Ferhat Abbas University, Setif, Algeria
Algeria
salimbra@gmail.com
nonlinear differential system
potential theory
Green's function
positive solution
Schauder's fixed point theorem
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About solving stochastic It^{o}Volterra integral equations using the spectral collocation method
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5007.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.13154.1680
1
The purpose of this paper is to propose the spectral collocation method to solve linear and nonlinear stochastic It^oVolterra integral equations (SVIEs). The proposed approach is different from other numerical techniques as we consider the Legendre Gauss type quadrature for estimating It^o integrals. The main characteristic of the presented method is that it reduces SVIEs into a system of algebraic equations. Thus, we can solve the problem by Newton's method. Furthermore, the convergence analysis of the approach is established. The method is computationally attractive, and to reveal the accuracy, validity, and efficiency of the proposed method, some numerical examples and convergence analysis are included.
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Zeinab
Taheri Tari
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
zeinabtaheritari@gmail.com


Shahnam
Javadi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
javadi@khu.ac.ir


Esmail
Babolian
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
babolian@khu.ac.ir
stochastic
It^oVolterra integral equations
collocation
shifted Legendre polynomials
Gauss type quadrature
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MittagLefflerHyersUlam stability of Prabhakar fractional integral equation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5008.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20274.2140
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In this paper, we define and investigate MittagLefflerHyersUlam and MittagLefflerHyersUlamRassias stability of Prabhakar fractional integral equation.
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Nasrin
Eghbali
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, 5619911367, Ardabil, Iran
Iran
nasrineghbali@gmail.com


Aram
Moharramnia
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, 5619911367, Ardabil, Iran
Iran
aramnia@yahoo.com


John
Rassias
Pedagogical Department of Mathematics, The National and Kapodistrian University
of Athens, 4, Agamemnonos Str, Aghia Paraskevi, Attikis 15342, Greece
Greece
jrass@otenet.gr
MittagLefflerHyersUlam stability
MittagLefflerHyersUlamRassias stability
Prabhakar fractional integral equation
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Fixed point results in partially ordered partial $b_{v}(s)$metric spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5010.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.21085.2230
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In this paper, some fixed point results for generalized Geraghty type $α$admissible contractive mappings and rational type generalized Geraghty contraction mappings are given in partially ordered partial $b_{v}(s)$metric spaces. Also, a modified version of a partial $b_{v}(s)$metric space is defined and a fixed point theorem is proved in this space. Finally, some examples are given related to the results.
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Ebru
Altiparmak
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Erzurum Technical University,
Erzurum, Turkey
Turkey
ebru.altiparmak@erzurum.edu.tr


Ibrahim
Karahan
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Erzurum Technical University,
Erzurum, Turkey
Turkey
ibrahimkarahan@erzurum.edu.tr
Fixed point
$α$admissible contraction mappings
Geraghty contraction
partial $b_{v}(s)$metric
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Estimate survival function of the ToppLeone exponential distribution with application
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5014.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5014
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This is a new lifetime Exponential "distribution using the ToppLeone generated family of distributions proposed by Rezaei et al. The new distribution is called the ToppLeone Exponential (TLE) distribution". What is done in this paper is an estimation of the "unlabeled two parameters for ToppLeone Exponential distribution model by using the maximum likelihood estimator method to get the derivation of the point estimators for all unlabeled parameters according to iterative techniques as Newton $$ Raphson method, then to derive Ordinary least squares estimator method". "Applying all two methods to estimate related probability functions; death density function, cumulative distribution function, survival function and hazard function (rate function)". When examining the numerical results for probability survival function by employing mean squares error measure and mean absolute percentage measure, this may lead to work on the best method in modeling a set of real data.
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53
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Hind
Kadhim AlBderi
College of Administration and Economics, University of AlQadisiyah, Iraq
Iraq
hind.kadhum@qu.edu.iq
ToppLeone
Maximum Likelihood estimator method
NewtonRaphson Method
Ordinary least squares estimator method
survival function
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New subclasses of meromorphic biunivalent functions by associated with subordinate
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5017.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.17405.1933
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In the present paper, we define two subclasses $Sigma(lambda, alpha, beta)$, $Sigma_{mathcal C}(alpha, beta)$ of meromorphic univalent functions and subclass $Sigma_{{mathcal B},{mathcal C}}(alpha, beta, lambda)$ of meromorphic biunivalent functions. Furthermore, we obtain estimates on the general coefficients $b_n~(n ge1)$ for functions in the subclasses $Sigma(lambda, alpha, beta)$, $Sigma_{mathcal C}(alpha, beta)$ and estimates for the early coefficients of functions in subclass $Sigma_{{mathcal B},{mathcal C}}(alpha, beta, lambda)$ by associated subordination. The results obtained in this paper would generalize and improve those in related works of several earlier authors.
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Safa
Salehian
Department of Mathematics, Gorgan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Gorgan, Iran
Iran
s.salehian84@gmail.com


Ahmad
Motamednezhad
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Shahrood University of Technology, P.O. Box 31636155,
Shahrood, Iran
Iran
a.motamedne@gmail.com
Meromorphic univalent functions
Meromorphic biunivalent functions
Coefficients estimates
Subordinate
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Expected mean square rate estimation of repeated measurements model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5018.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5018
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In this paper, we obtained the estimation corresponding to the expected mean square rate of repeated measurement model depend on maximum likelihood method (MLM), restricted maximum likelihood method (REMLM) and modified restricted maximum likelihood method (MREMLM), and got eight cases that were classified into three types.
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75
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Hayder
Kori
Department of Economics, College of Administration and Economics, ThiQar University, ThiQar, Iraq
Iraq
korihaydar@gmail.com


Abdulhussein Saber
ALMouel
Department of mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Iraq
Repeated Measurements Model (RMM)
Maximum Likelihood Method (MLM)
Restricted Maximum Likelihood Method (REMLM)
Modied Restricted Maximum Likelihood Method (MREMLM)
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On the Cauchy dual and complex symmetric of composition operators
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5020.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20826.2203
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In this paper, firstly we show that some classical properties for Cauchy dual and MoorePenrose inverse of composition operators, such as complex symmetric and Aluthge transform on $L^{2}(Sigma)$. Secondly we give a characterization for some operator classes of weak $p$hyponormal via MoorePenrose inverse of composition operators. Finally, some examples are then presented to illustrate that, the MoorePenrose inverse of composition operators lie between these classes.
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85
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Morteza
Sohrabi
Department of Mathematics, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran
Iran
sohrabi.mo@lu.ac.ir
Cauchy dual
MoorePenrose inverse
polar decomposition
Aluthge transform
complex symmetric
$p$hyponormal
$p$paranormal
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On the $Psi$instability of a nonlinear Lyapunov matrix differential equation with integral term as right side
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5021.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.17448.1936
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The aim of this paper is to give sufficient conditions for $Psi$instability of trivial solution of a nonlinear Lyapunov matrix differential equation with integral term as right side.
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Aurel
Diamandescu
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Craiova, Craiova, Romania
Romania
adiamandescu@yahoo.com
$Psi$instability
nonlinear Lyapunov matrix differential equation
integral term as right side
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A new method for solving threedimensional nonlinear Fredholm integral equations by Haar wavelet
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5022.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20860.2207
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In this paper, a new iterative method of successive approximations based on Haar wavelets is proposed for solving threedimensional nonlinear Fredholm integral equations. The convergence of the method is veriﬁed. The error estimation and numerical stability of the proposed method are provided in terms of Lipschitz condition. Conducting numerical experiments conﬁrm the theoretical results of the proposed method and endorse the accuracy of the method.
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Manochehr
Kazemi
Department of Mathematics, Ashtian Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ashtian, Iran
Iran
univer_ka@yahoo.com


Vali
Torkashvand
Department of Mathematics, Farhangian University, Tehran, Iran. Member of Young Researchers and Elite club
ShahreQods, Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
vali_torkashvand@yahoo.com


Reza
Ezzati
Department of Mathematics, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, Iran
Iran
reza_ezati@yahoo.com
Threedimensional integral equations
Threedimensional Haar wavelet
Lipschitz condition
Successive approximations
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Predicting drugtarget interaction based on bilateral local models using a decision treebased hybrid support vector machine
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5023.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5023
1
Identifying the interaction between the drug and the target proteins plays a very important role in the drug discovery process. Because prediction experiments of this process are time consuming, costly and tedious, Computational prediction can be a good way to reduce the search space to examine the interaction between drug and target instead of using costly experiments. In this paper, a new solution based on known drugtarget interactions based on bilateral local models is introduced. In this method, a hybrid support vector machine based on the decision tree is used to decide and optimize the twoclass classification. Using this machine to manage data related to this application has performed well. The proposed method on four criteria datasets including enzymes (Es), ion channels (IC), G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and nuclear receptors (NRs), based on AUC, AUPR, ROC and running time has been evaluated. The results show an improvement in the performance of the proposed method.
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Ali
Ghanbari sorkhi
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Science and Technology of
Mazandaran, Behshahr, Iran
Iran
ali.ghanbari@mazust.ac.ir


Majid
Iranpour Mobarakeh
Department of Computer Engineering and IT, Payam Noor University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
iranpour@pnu.ac.ir


Seyed Mohammad Reza
Hashemi
Young Researchers and Elite Club Qazvin Branch Islamic Azad University, Qazvin, Iran
Iran
smr.hashemi@shahroodut.ac.ir


Maryam
Faridpour
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mahdishahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mahdishahr, Iran
Iran
maryam.faridpour68@gmail.com
Drugtarget interaction
bilateral local model
Decision Tree
hybrid SVM
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Predicting with the quantify intensities of transcription factortarget genes binding using random forest technique
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5026.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5026
1
With the rapid development of technology, this development led to the emergence of microarray technology. It has the effect of studying the levels of gene expression in a way that makes it easier for researchers to observe the expression levels of millions of genes at the same time in a single experiment. Development also helped in the emergence of powerful tools to identify interactions between target genes and regulatory factors. The main aim of this study is to build models to predicate the relationship (Interaction) between Transcription Factors (TFs) proteins and target genes by selecting the subset of important genes (Relevant genes) from original dataset. The proposed methodology comprises into three major stages: the genes selection, merge datasets and the prediction stage. The process of reducing the computational space of gene data has been accomplished by using proposed mutual information method for genes selection based on the data of gene expression. In the prediction, the proposed prediction regression techniques are utilized to predict with binding rate between single TFtarget gene. It has been compared the efficiency of two different proposed regression techniques including: Linear Regression and Random Forest Regression. Two available data sets have been utilized to achieve the objectives of this study: Gene’s expression data of Yeast Cell Cycle dataset and Transcription Factors dataset. The evaluation of predictions performance has been performed depending on two performance prediction measures (Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) and Mean Absolute Error (MAE) with (10) FoldsCross Validation.
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145
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Ameer K.
ALMashanji
University of Babylon, Hilla, Iraq
Iraq
ameeruobabylon@gmail.com


Sura Z.
ALRashid
University of Babylon, Hilla, Iraq
Iraq
sura_os@itnet.uobabylon.edu.iq
Microarray Technology
Gene Expression
Genes Selection
Prediction Techniques
Transcription Factors Proteins
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On the spectrum and fine spectrum of an upper triangular doubleband matrix on sequence spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5027.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.17764.1961
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In this paper, we investigate the spectrum and fine spectrum of the upper triangular doubleband matrix $Delta ^{uv}$ on $cs$ sequence space. We also determine the approximate point spectrum, the defect spectrum and the compression spectrum of this matrix on $cs$.
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171


Sinan
Ercan
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, Fırat University, Elazıvg, Turkey
Turkey
sinanercan45@gmail.com
Spectrum of an operator
sequence space
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Dislocated quasi rectangular $b$metric spaces and fixed point theorems of cyclic and weakly cyclic contractions
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5028.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18584.2023
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In this paper we have established fixed point theorems for $dq$rectangular $b$cyclicBanach and $dq$rectangular $b$cyclicKannan contraction mappings in dislocated quasi rectangular $b$metric spaces. We have also presented examples to support some of our results.
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191


Pradip
Golhare
Department of Mathematics, ant Dnyaneshwar Mahavidyalaya, Soegaon, Aurangabad, India
India
golhare@gmail.com


Chintaman
Aage
School of Mathematical Sciences,
North Maharashtra University Jalgaon, India
India
caage17@gmail.com
Dislocated quasi rectangular bmetric space
fixed point
contractions
Banach contraction
Kannan contraction
cyclic contraction
weak cyclic contraction
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Variation of the first eigenvalue of $(p,q)$Laplacian along the Ricciharmonic flow
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5029.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18333.2003
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In this paper, we study monotonicity for the first eigenvalue of a class of $(p,q)$Laplacian. We find the first variation formula for the first eigenvalue of $(p,q)$Laplacian on a closed Riemannian manifold evolving by the Ricciharmonic flow and construct various monotonic quantities by imposing some conditions on initial manifold.
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193
204


Shahroud
Azami
Department of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences,
Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran.
Iran
azami@sci.ikiu.ac.ir
Laplace
Ricci flow
Harmonic map
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Existence of solutions for a quasilinear elliptic system with variable exponent
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5030.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18418.2011
1
We consider the following quasilinear elliptic system in a Sobolev space with variable exponent:[text{div}(a(Du)Du)=f,]where $a$ is a $C^1$function and $fin W^{1,p'(x)}(Omega;R^m)$. We use the theory of Young measures and weak monotonicity conditions to obtain the existence of solutions.
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205
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Elhoussine
Azroul
University of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Faculty of Sciences Dhar El Mehraz, B.P. 1796 Atlas, Fez, Morocco
Morocco
elhoussine.azroul@gmail.com


Farah
Balaadich
University of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Faculty of Sciences Dhar El Mehraz, B.P. 1796 Atlas, Fez, Morocco
Morocco
balaadich.edp@gmail.com
Quasilinear elliptic systems
Sobolev spaces with variable exponent
Weak solutions
Young measures
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Dhage iteration principle for IVPs of nonlinear first order impulsive differential equations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5031.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.17188.1913
1
In this paper we prove the existence and approximation theorems for the initial value problems of first order nonlinear impulsive differential equations under certain mixed partial Lipschitz and partial compactness type conditions. Our results are based on the Dhage monotone iteration principle embodied in a hybrid fixed point theorem of Dhage involving the sum of two monotone order preserving operators in a partially ordered Banach space. The novelty of the present approach lies the fact that we obtain an algorithm for the solution. Our abstract main result is also illustrated by indicating a numerical example.
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219
235


Bapurao
Dhage
Kasubai, Gurukul Colony, Thodga Road, Ahmedpur413 515, Dist: Latur, Maharashtra, India
India
bcdhage@gmail.com


Janhavi
Dhage
Kasubai, Gurukul Colony, Thodga Road, Ahmedpur413 515, Dist: Latur, Maharashtra, India
India
jbdhage@gmail.com
Impulsive differential equation
Dhage monotone iteration method
hybrid fixed point principle
existence and approximate solution
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NewtonTaylor polynomial solutions of systems of nonlinear differential equations with variable coefficients
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5032.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18371.2007
1
The main purpose of this paper is consider NewtonTaylor polynomial solutions method in numerical solution of nonlinear system of differential equations. We apply Newton's method to linearize it. We found Taylor polynomial solution of the linear form. Sufficient conditions for convergence of the numerical method are given and their applicability is illustrated with some examples.In numerical examples we give two benchmark sample problems and compare the proposed method by the famous RungeKutta fourthorder method. These sample problems practically show some advantages of the NewtonTaylor polynomial solutions method.
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248


Bahman
BabayarRazlighi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science, Qom University of Technology, Qom, Iran
Iran
bbabayar@gmail.com
Variable coefficients
Newton's method
Taylor polynomial solutions
Ordinary differential equations
Nonlinear systems
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Optimal pricing policy for stock dependent demand with effective investment in preservation technology
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5033.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.17515.1943
1
In this paper, we suggested an optimal pricing policy for deteriorating items. To reduce the rate of deterioration, we apply a preservation technology and calculate the optimal preservation technology investment. The demand function is dependent on time, stock and selling price. Shortages are allowed in our consideration, and two cases are studied, first complete backordering and the second one is partially backordering. Our main objective is to find the optimal cycle length, ordering frequency the optimal preservation technology investment and the optimal selling price that maximizes the total profit. This model proves that the total profit is a concave function of the selling price, ordering frequency, preservation technology investment and time cycle. Numerical examples are provided to illustrate the features and advances of the model. A sensitivity analysis is performed in order to assess the stability of the proposed model.
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249
264


Ram
Tiwari
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar M.P. India (A Central University)
India
shriram.adina@gmail.com


Nishant
Khedlekar
Department Management Studies(DOM), Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), Madras, India
India
uvkk@yahoo.co.in


Uttam
Khedlekar
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar M.P. India (A Central University)
India
uvkkcm@yahoo.co.in
Dynamic pricing
Time and stock dependent demand
Preservation technology investment. Controllable deterioration rate
Optimization
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Stability of (1,2)total pitchfork domination
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5035.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5035
1
Let $G=(V, E)$ be a finite, simple, and undirected graph without isolated vertex. We define a dominating $D$ of $V(G)$ as a total pitchfork dominating set, if $1leqN(t)cap VDleq2$ for every $t in D$ such that $G[D]$ has no isolated vertex. In this paper, the effects of adding or removing an edge and removing a vertex from a graph are studied on the order of minimum total pitchfork dominating set $gamma_{pf}^{t} (G)$ and the order of minimum inverse total pitchfork dominating set $gamma_{pf}^{t} (G)$. Where $gamma_{pf}^{t} (G)$ is proved here to be increasing by adding an edge and decreasing by removing an edge, which are impossible cases in the ordinary total domination number.
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265
274


Lamees K.
Alzaki
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iraq
lkalzaki@utq.edu.iq


Mohammed A.
Abdlhusein
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iraq
mmhd@utq.edu.iq


Amenah Kareem
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iraq
amenah.kareem@utq.edu.iq
total domination
stability of domination
pitchfork domination
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Projection and multiprojection methods for second kind VolterraHammerstein integral equation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5039.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18624.2026
1
In this article, we discuss the piecewise polynomial based Galerkin method to approximate the solutions of second kind VolterraHammerstein integral equations. We discuss the convergence of the approximate solutions to the exact solutions and obtain the orders of convergence $mathcal O(h^{r})$ and $mathcal O(h^{2r}),$ respectively, for Galerkin and its iterated Galerkin methods in uniform norm, where $h, ~r$ denotes the norm of the partition and smoothness of the kernel, respectively. We also obtain the superconvergence results for multiGalerkin and iterated multiGalerkin methods. We show that iterated multiGalerkin method has the order of convergence $mathcal O(h^{3r})$ in the uniform norm. Numerical results are provided to demonstrate the theoretical results.
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275
291


Moumita
Mandal
Assistant Professor,
Department of Mathematics,
Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur,
Rajasthan342037,
India.
Iran
moumita@iitj.ac.in


Kapil
Kant
Department of Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur  721 302, India
Iran
sahukapil8@gmail.com


Gnaneshwar
Nelakanti
Department of Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur  721 302, India
Iran
gnanesh@maths.iitkgp.ac.in
VolterraHammerstein integral equations
Galerkin method
MultiGalerkin method
Piecewise polynomials
Superconvergence rates
1

A common fixed point theorem via measure of noncompactness
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_2318.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2017.10595.1513
1
In this paper by applying the measure of noncompactness a common fixed point for the maps $T$ and $S$ is obtained, where $T$ and $S$ are self maps continuous or commuting continuous on a closed convex subset $C$ of a Banach space $E$ and also $S$ is a linear map.
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293
296


Alireza
Valipour Baboli
Department of Mathematics, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, Iran
Iran
a.valipour@umz.ac.ir


Mohammad Bagher
Ghaemi
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
Iran
mghaemi@iust.ac.ir
Common fixed point theorem
The Kuratowski measure of noncompactness
Commuting map
Darbo's contraction conditions
1

Fixed points for Banach and Kannan contractions in $G$metric spaces endowed with a graph
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_3678.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.3678
1
In this paper, we discuss the existence of fixed points for Banach and Kannan contractions defined on $G$metric spaces, which were introduced by Mustafa and Sims, endowed with a graph. Our results generalize and unify some recent results by Jachymski, Bojor and Mustafa and those contained therein. Moreover, we provide some examples to show that our results are substantial improvement of some known results in literature.
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297
304


Nahid Sadat
Mohseni
Faculty of Mathematics, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
nsmohseni@mail.kntu.ac.ir


Hashem
P. Masiha
K. N. Toosi University of Technology
Iran
masiha@kntu.ac.ir


Hamid
Mamghaderi
K. N. Toosi University of Technology
Iran
hmamghadery@mail.kntu.ac.ir
Fixed point
$G$metric spaces
Banach contraction
Kannan contraction
1

Bifurcation and chaos in a one mass discrete time vocal fold dynamical model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5042.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19373.2074
1
In this article, we are going to study the stability and bifurcation of a twodimensional discrete time vocal fold model. The existence and local stability of the unique fixed point of the model is investigated. It is shown that a NeimarkSacker bifurcation occurs and an invariant circle will appear. We give sufficient conditions for this system to be chaotic in the sense of Marotto. Numerically it is shown that our model has positive Lyapunov exponent and is sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Some numerical simulations are presented to illustrate our theoretical results.
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305
315


Mehdi
Fatehi Nia
Department of Mathematics, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
Iran
fatehiniam@yazd.ac.ir


Mohamad Hossein
Akrami
Department of Mathematics, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran.
Iran
akrami@yazd.ac.ir
Vocal fold
NeimarkSacker bifurcation
Limit cycle
Marotto's chaos
Lyapunov exponent
Sensitive dependence on initial conditions
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HyersUlam types stability of nonlinear summation equations with delay
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5043.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18218.1995
1
In this typescript, we study the existence and uniqueness for a class of nonlinear summation equation with delay. Furthermore, we present Hyers–Ulam stability(HUS), generalized Hyers–Ulam stability(GHUS), Hyers–Ulam–Rassias stability(HURS) and generalized Hyers–Ulam–Rassias stability(GHURS) of the mentioned equation by utilizing discrete Gr¨onwall lemma. We finalized our manuscript through examples to help our primary outcomes.
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317
326


Usman
Riaz
Department of Mathematics, University of Peshawar, 25000, Pakistan
Pakistan
usmanriazstd15@uop.edu.pk


Akbar
Zada
Department of Mathematics, University of Peshawar, 25000, Pakistan
Pakistan
akbarzada@uop.edu.pk
Hyers–Ulam Stability
Nonlinear Summation Equations
Summation Inequality of Gronwall type
1

A Simple proof for the algorithms of relaxed $(u, v)$cocoercive mappings and $alpha$inverse strongly monotone mappings
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5044.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18336.2004
1
In this paper, a simple proof is presented for the convergence of the algorithms for the class of relaxed $(u, v)$cocoercive mappings and $alpha$inverse strongly monotone mappings. Based on $alpha$expansive maps, for example, a simple proof of the convergence of the recent iterative algorithms by relaxed $(u, v)$cocoercive mappings due to KumamJaiboon is provided. Also a simple proof for the convergence of the iterative algorithms by inversestrongly monotone mappings due to IidukaTakahashi in a special case is provided. These results are an improvement as well as a refinement of previously known results.
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327
333


Ebrahim
Soori
Department of Mathematics, Lorestan University, P.O. Box 465, Khoramabad, Lorestan, Iran
Iran
sori.e@lu.ac.ir


Ravi
Agarwal
Department of Mathematics
Texas and UniversityKingsville
700 University Blvd., MSC 172
Kingsville, Texas 783638202, USA
United States
agarwal@tamuk.edu


Donal
ORegan
School of Mathematics, Statistics, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Ireland
donal.oregan@nuigalway.ie
Inversestrongly monotone mapping
Strongly monotone mapping
Relaxed $(u, v)$cocoercive mapping
1

Convergence theorems of a new multiparametric family of Newtonlike method in Banach space
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5046.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.17555.1948
1
In this work, we have considered a new multiparametric family of modified Newtonlike methods(MNL) of order three to approximate a zero of a nonlinear operator in $mathbb{B}$space (Banach space). Here, we studied the semilocal convergence analysis of this family of methods by using a new type of majorant condition. Note that this majorant condition generalizes the earlier majorant conditions used for studying convergence analysis of third order methods. Moreover, by using secondorder directional derivative of the majorizing function we obtained an error estimate. We also established relations between our majorant condition and assumption based on Kantorovich, Smaletype and NesterovNemirovskiitype, that will show our result generalize these earlier convergence results.
0

335
362


P K
PARIDA
Department of Mathematics, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi835205, India
Iran
pkparida@cuj.ac.in


Chandni
Kumari
Department of Mathematics, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi835205, India
Iran
mar93chandni@gmail.com
Multiparametric family of modified Newtonlike (MNL) methods
Majorant conditions
Majorizing function
NesterovNemirovskii condition
Kantorovichtype assumption
Smaletype assumption
1

Several integral inequalities and their applications on means
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5047.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23169.2486
1
In this paper we prove several sharp inequalities that are new versions and extensions of Jensen and $HH$ inequalities. Then we apply them on means.
0

363
374


Gholamreza
Zabandan
Department of Mathematics, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
zabandan@khu.ac.ir
Jensen’s inequality
Hermite Hadamard inequality
Integral inequality
Identric mean
Logaritmic mean
1

Almost $alpha$$F$contraction, fixed points and applications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5048.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.21717.2290
1
In this manuscript, we initiate an almost $alpha$$F$contraction and an almost $alpha$$F$ weak contraction in the setting of partial metric spaces and establish adequate conditions for the presence of fixed points. The obtained results generalize the classical and recent results of the literature, which are validated by suitable examples. As applications of these established results, we solve a nonlinear fractional differential equation and a boundary value problem.
0

375
386


Deepak
Kumar
Department of Mathematics, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab144411, India
Iran
deepakanand@live.in


Anita
Tomar
Department of Mathematics, Government Degree College Thatyur, Tehri Garhwal(Uttrakhand), India
Iran
anitatmr@yahoo.com


Sumit
Chandok
School of Mathematics, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala147004, Punjab, India
Iran
chandhok.sumit@gmail.com


Sharma
Ritu
Department of Mathematics, G. I. C. Gheradhar (Dogi) Tehri Garhwal (Uttrakhand), India
Iran
ritus4184@gmail.com
$alpha$admissible
$0$complete fixed point
$F$contraction
Partial metric space
1

Sequential bipolar metric space and wellposedness of fixed point problems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5049.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20397.2150
1
In this paper, we introduce the concept of sequential bipolar metric spaces which is a generalization of bipolar metric spaces and bipolar b−metric spaces and in view of this concept we prove some ﬁxed point theorems for a class of covariant and contravariant contractive mappings over such spaces. Supporting example have been cited in order to validity of the underlying space. Moreover, our ﬁxed point results are applied to wellposedness of ﬁxed point problems.
0

387
398


Kushal
Roy
Department of Mathematics, The University of Burdwan, Purba Bardhaman713104, West Bengal, India
India
kushal.roy93@gmail.com


Mantu
Saha
Department of Mathematics, The University of Burdwan, Purba Bardhaman713104, West Bengal, India
Iran
mantusaha.bu@gmail.com
Fixed point
Sequential bipolar metric space
Wellposedness of ﬁxed point problem
1

A nonunique common fixed point theorem of Rhoades type in bmetric spaces with applications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5050.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22279.2344
1
The aim of this paper is to prove a nonunique common fixed point theorem of Rhoades type for two selfmappings in complete bmetric spaces. This theorem extends the results of [17] and [49]. Examples are furnished to illustrate the validity of our results. We apply our theorem to establish the existence of common solutions of a system of two nonlinear integral equations and a system of two functional equations arising in dynamic programming.
0

399
413


Taieb
Hamaizia
System Dynamics and Control Laboratory , Department of mathematics and informatics, OEB University, Algeria
Algeria
tayeb042000@yahoo.fr


Abdelkrim
Aliouche
System Dynamics and Control Laboratory , Department of mathematics and informatics, OEB University, Algeria
Algeria
alioumath@yahoo.fr
bmetric space
Common fixed point
Picard sequence
nonlinear inte gral equations
Dynamic Programming
1

Feeble regular and feeble normal spaces in $alpha$topological spaces using graph
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5051.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5051
1
This paper introduces some properties of separation axioms called $alpha$ feeble regular and $alpha$ feeble normal spaces (which are weaker than the usual axioms) by using elements of graph which are the essential parts of our $alpha$ topological spaces that we study them. Also, it presents some dependent concepts and studies their properties and some relationships between them.
0

415
423


Balqees
Mahmoud
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences
(Ibn AlHaitham), University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
balqees.khaleel1003a@ihcoedu.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Yousif
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
yousif.y.y@ihcoedu.uobaghdad.edu.iq
$alpha$feebly regular
$alpha$quasiregular
$alpha$feebly normal
1

Inequalities for $tgs$convex functions via some conformable fractional integrals
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5063.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19752.2098
1
In this research article, we establish several HermiteHadamard type inequalities for tgsconvex functions via conformable fractional integrals and new fractional conformable integral operators.
0

425
436


Naila
Mehreen
School of Natural Sciences, National University of Sciences and Technology, sector H12, Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan
nailamehreen@gmail.com


Matloob
Anwar
School of Natural Sciences, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Pakistan
matloob_t@yahoo.com
HermiteHadamard inequalities
Conformable fractional integral
new fractional conformable integral operators
1

Existence of farthest points in Hilbert spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5070.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.17319.1922
1
Let $H$ be a real Hilbert space with the inner product $<.,.>$ and the norm $cdot$. In this paper, we introduce hybrid algorithms for generating cyclic, nonexpansive mapping of H. Also, we discuss about necessary and sufficient conditions on subsets of Hilbert space to be remotal or uniquely remotal. Moreover, we give the basic concepts and theorems of farthest points of Bounded subsets of H. In the end, we will provide examples to illustrate our results.
0

437
446


Hamid
Mazaheri Tehrani
Faculty of Mathematics, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
Iran
hmazaheri@yazd.ac.ir


Raham
Rahmani Jafarbeigi
Faculty of Mathematics , Yazd University , Yazd , Iran
Iran
rahmani94@stu.yazd.ac.ir
Best proximity point, Nonexpansive mapping, Fproperty
Farthest point
1

A Robust Encryption Technique Using Enhanced Vigenre Cipher
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5071.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5071
1
A lot of data in this world are very important and no matter how simple it can be. Hence the number of data conveyed through the internet still increasing due to the rapid development of computer technology. In order to save the data over the internet, cryptography is a technique for conveying information securely between two parties without interference from outside elements. The Vigenre cipher is a technique of encrypting alphabetic text via using a sequence of different Caesar ciphers depend on the letters of a keyword. It is a simple form of polyalphabetic replacement. In this paper, the traditional way for the Vigenre method is enhanced by using two keys for text encryption. The first key is used to format the table of the alphabet (26 characters) and second keys are used to encrypt the plain text like the original Vigenre cipher. The result shows the proposed method is efficient and stronger against the kasiski and Friedman attack to find the length of the key.
0

447
454


Hazim
Noman Abed
Computer Science Department, College of Science, University of Diyala, Diyala, Iraq
Iran


Zainab
Mohammed Ali
Computer Science Department, College of Science, University of Diyala, Diyala, Iraq
Iran
zainabml@yahoo.com


Ahmed
Luay Ahmed
Supervision and Scientific Education Apparatus, International Accreditation Department, Ministry of Higher Education, Iraq
Iran
cryptography
Vigenre cipher
polyalphabetic
encryption and decryption
1

The outbreak disease due to the contamination environment and effect on dynamical behavior of preypredator model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5072.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5072
1
In this study, a predatorprey model (PPMD) was formulated and studied along with infectious on
populations of prey and predator, since each one is splited into two subpopulations i.e., healthy and
infected. It is presumed that only healthy predator of ability to predate the healthy prey and consume
both healthy and prey being infected. Mathematically, the model solutions uniqueness, existence,
and boundedness are conversed. All probable equilibrium model points are defined. The stability
analyses as local and the regions of worldwide stability of each point of equilibriums are inspected.
Lastly, few simulations as numerical were offered for validation the geted results theoretically.
0

455
470


Murtadha M.
Abdulkadhim
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
murtadha_moh@mu.edu.iq


Hassan Fadhil
AlHusseiny
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hassan.fadhil.r@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
1

On some maps into Banach algebras and Banach modules
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5073.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.21768.2295
1
In this paper, we study some maps from a $C^*$algebra into a Banach algebra or a Banach module. Under some conditions, by extending on unitization of Banach algebras, we prove that the maps defined into Banach algebras are homomorphisms and the others defined into Banach modules are derivations. Applications of our results in the context of $C^*$algebras are also provided.
0

471
477


Bahman
Hayati
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Statistics, Malayer University, P.O. Box 6571995863, Malayer, Iran
Iran
bahmanhayati@yahoo.com
homomorphism
Derivation
Banach module
C*algebra
1

Investigating 1perfect code using Dominating set
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5074.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18237.1997
1
In this article, we investigate the relation between dominating sets and 1perfect codes. We also study perfect colorings of some Johnson graphs in two colors using linear programming problem.
0

479
483


Fatemeh
Halataei
Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
halataei@semnan.ac.ir


saeed
Mohammadian
Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
s_mohammadian@semnan.ac.ir
Perfect 2coloring
1 perfect code
dominating set
Johnson graph
1

Kalman filter and ridge regression backpropagation algorithms
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5075.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5075
1
The Kalman filter (KF) compare with the ridge regression backpropagation algorithm (RRBp) by conducting a numerical simulation study that relied on generating random data applicable to the KF and the RRBp in different sample sizes to determine the performance and behavior of the two methods. After implementing the simulation, the mean square error (MSE) value was calculated, which is considered a performance measure, to find out which two methods are better in making an estimation for random data. After obtaining the results, we find that the Kalman filter has better performance, the higher the randomness and noise in generating the data, while the other algorithm is suitable for small sample sizes and where the noise ratios are lower.
0

485
493


Irtefaa A.
Neamah
Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq
Iran
irtefaa.radhi@uokufa.edu.iq


Zainab
Abdul Redhaa
Ministry of Education, Najaf, Iraq
Iran
zainaba.allahibi@student.uokufa.edu.iq
Kalman filter
ridge regression
backpropagation algorithms
estimation
1

Linear maps and covariance sets
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5076.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19469.2081
1
Let $mathcal{A}$ and $mathcal{B}$ are $C^{{huge ast}} $algebrastextbf{.} Atextbf{ }linear map $phi:mathcal{Arightarrow B}$ is $C^{ast}$Jordan homomorphism if it is a Jordan homomorphism which preserves the adjoint operation. In this note we show that $C^{ast}$Jordanhomomorphisms under mild assumptions preserving covariance set and covariance coset in $C^{ast}$algebras.
0

495
497


Mohammad
Alizadeh
Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences(IASBS)
Iran
m.alizadeh@iasbs.ac.ir
MoorePenrose inverse
covariance set
Jordan homomorphism
1

A graph associated to proper nonsmall subsemimodules of a semimodule
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5091.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5091
1
Let M be a unitary left Rsemimodule where R is a commutative semiring with identity. The small intersection graph G(M) of a semimodule M is an undirected simple graph with all non small proper subsemimodules of M as vertices and two distinct vertices N and L are adjacent if and only if N ∩ L is not small in M. In this paper, we investigate the fundamental properties of these graphs to relate the combinatorial properties of G(M) to the algebraic properties of the Rsemimodule M. Determine the diameter and the girth of G(M). Moreover, we study cut vertex, clique number, domination number and independence number of the graph G(M). It is shown that the independence number of small graph is equal to the number of its maximal subsemimodules.
0

499
509


Ahmed H.
Alwan
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
ahmedhamath@utq.edu.iq
subsemimodule
small intersection graph
clique number
domination number
independence number
1

Strong convergence theorems for minimization, variational inequality and fixed point problems for quasinonexpansive mappings using modified proximal point algorithms in real Hilbert spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5093.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18153.1991
1
In this paper, we investigate the problem of finding a common element of the solution set of convex minimization problem, the solution set of variational inequality problem and the solution set of fixed point problem with an infinite family of quasinonexpansive mappings in real Hilbert spaces. Based on the wellknown proximal point algorithm and viscosity approximation method, we propose and analyze a new iterative algorithm for computing a common element. Under very mild assumptions, we obtain a strong convergence theorem for the sequence generated by the proposed method. Application to convex minimization and variational inequality problems coupled with inclusion problem is provided to support our main results.,Our proposed method is quite general and includes the iterative methods considered in the earlier and recent literature as special cases.
0

511
526


Thierno
Sow
Amadou Mahtar Mbow University, Senegal
Senegal
sowthierno89@gmail.com
Convex minimization problem
proximal point algorithm
common fixed points
Quasinonexpansive mappings
Variational inequality problem
1

The approximate analytical solutions of nonlinear fractional ordinary differential equations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5094.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5094
1
The Sumudu homotopy perturbation method (SHPM) is applied to solve fractional order nonlinear differential equations in this paper.The current technique incorporates two notable strategies in particular Sumudu transform (ST) and homotopy perturbation method (HPM). The proposed method’s hybrid property decreases the number of the quantity of computations and materials needed. In this method, illustration examples evaluate the accuracy and applicability of the mentioned procedure. The outcomes got by FSHPM are in acceptable concurrence with the specific arrangement of the problem.
0

527
535


Lamees
Alzaki
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
lkalzaki@utq.edu.iq


Hassan
Jassim
Department of Mathematics, University of ThiQar, Nasiriyah, Iraq
Iran
hassankamil@utq.edu.iq
Homotopy perturbation method
Fractional differential equation
sumudu transform, Caputo fractional derivative
1

Fuzzy equality coneighborhood domination of graphs
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5101.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5101
1
In that paper the fuzzy equality coneighborhood domination and denoted by $gamma_{en}(G)$ for a new definition of domination was described for the fuzzy graph. This new definition was studied in a strong fuzzy graph and constraints were found for many several graphs. Complementary strong fuzzy graphs of the same graphs were examined and studied in detail.
0

537
545


Sahib Sh.
Kahat
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
sgehet@gmail.com


Ahmed
Omran
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq.
Iran
pure.ahmed.omran@uobabylon.edu.iq


Manal
AlHarere
Department of Applied Sciences, University of Technology
Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
100035@uotechnology.edu.iq
Fuzzy equality coneighborhood dominating set
fuzzy equality coneighborhood domination number
strong fuzzy graph
complement fuzzy graph
1

Metaheuristic innovative algorithm of multiobjectives in tasks timing at cloud computing system
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5103.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23201.2491
1
In this article a mathematical model with twin objectives is presented. The objectives are considered as:Minimization of the maximum tardiness of tasks completion time and the total early tasks penalties. Since tasks timing is a tardy and indefinite factor in cloud computing; therefore problem solving model is used as the combined Metaheuristic innovative algorithm of multi objective swarm of particles based Parto archive has been used. The suggested algorithm with genetic operators as well as the directed and repeated counterpart structures in the format of multi operators are taken to assess the algorithm application. The results will be sorted based on quality, distraction, integrated, the number of nondefeated solutions and the gap from the ideal one is compared with the evolutionary algorithm results titled genetic algorithm. The final results of solved model indicate that firstly, this algorithm is stronger than NSGAII algorithm but is weaker in timing, norms and scales. In other words, the suggested algorithm, is more capable to discover solutions, accordingly.
0

547
561


Mohsen
Sojoudi
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashad, Iran.
Iran
mohsened@gmail.com


Ahmad
Tavakoli
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashad, Iran.
Iran
tavakolia@um.ac.ir


Alireza
Pooya
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashad, Iran
Iran
alireazapooya@gmail.com


Mehdi
Norouzi
Department of Medical Sciences, Tehran University, TehranIran
Iran
mnourouzi@tums.ac.ir
Multi objective particles swarm
Cloud computing system
tasks timing
NSGA II
1

Bessel transforms of DiniLipschitz functions on Lebesgue spaces $L_{p,gamma}(mathbb{R}^{n}_{+})$
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5108.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.18844.2039
1
In this paper, we obtain a generalization of Titchmarsh's theorem for the Bessel transform for functions satisfying the $(psi,p)$Bessel Lipschitz condition in the Lebesgue space $L_{p,gamma}(mathbb{R}^{n}_{+})$ for $1< pleq2$, $gamma>0$.
0

563
568


Esra
Kaya
Department of Mathematics, Kutahya Dumlupinar University, Kutahya, Turkey
Turkey
kayaesra.e.k@gmail.com


Ismail
Ekincioglu
Department of Mathematics, Kutahya Dumlupinar University, Kutahya, Turkey
Turkey
ismail.ekincioglu@dpu.edu.tr
Bessel operator
Bessel generalized translation
Bessel Lipschitz condition
1

Some inference of the repeated measurements model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5109.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5109
1
This paper is dedicated to studying the repeated measurements model (RMM). We investigate the analysis of variance (ANOVA) of the model and identify the confidence intervals of the variance components and identify the analytic form of the likelihood ratio test for the model.
0

569
581


Ammar Abdul Ameer
ALHassan
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
ammar.math.msc@gmail.com


Abdul Hussein S.
ALMoula
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
bdulhusseinsaber@yahoo.com
Repeated measurements model
Variance
likelihood ratio test
1

Nonlinear instability analysis of a vertical cylindrical magnetic sheet
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5111.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19429.2078
1
This paper concerns with the nonlinear instability analysis of double interfaces separated three perfect, incompressible cylindrical magnetic fluids. The cylindrical sheet is acted upon by an axial uniform magnetic field. The current nonlinear approach depends mainly on solving the linear governing equations of motion and subjected to the appropriate nonlinear boundary conditions. This procedure resulted in two nonlinear characteristic equations governed the behavior of the interfaces deflection. By means of the Taylor expansion, together with the multiple time scales, technique, the stability analysis of linear as well as the nonlinear is achieved. The linear stability analysis reveals a quadratic dispersion equation in the square of growth rate frequency of the surface wave. On the other hand, the nonlinear analysis is accomplished by a coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equation of the evolution amplitudes of the surface waves. The stability criteria resulted in a polynomial of the eleventh degree in the square of the magnetic field strength, together with resonance transition curves. Several special cases are reported upon appropriate data choices. The stability criteria are numerically discussed, at which regions of stability and instability are identified. In the stability profile, the magnetic field intensity is plotted versus the wave number. The influences of the parameters on the stability are addressed. The nonlinear stability approach divides the phase plane into several parts of stability/instability. The nonlinear stability shows an in contrast mechanism of the role of the sheet thickness.
0

583
601


Marwa
Zekry
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science, BeniSuef University, Egypt
Egypt
marwa.zekry@science.bsu.edu.eg


Galal
Moatimid
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt
Egypt
gal_moa@hotmail.com


Yusry
ElDib
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt
Egypt
yusryeldib52@hotmail.com
Nonlinear Stability Analysis
Magnetic Fluids
Multiple Time Scales
Coupled Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations
1

The impact of subband pause noise on the sensitivity of detection methods
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5115.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5115
1
Through the use of subband analysis, the article presents a method for selecting pauses in speech communications. An additive blending of normally distributed noise was used in the sensitivity analysis. In various noise / signal respects, the probability of making a bad decision has been identified. The findings show that the proposed subband method is stable when subjected to additive noise effects.
0

603
607


Entidhar Malik
Hadi
AlEsraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
entidhar.malik@yahoo.com


Reham Ihssan
Kamal
AlEsraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
reham.ihsan@yahoo.com


Ali M.
Ahmed
AlEsraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ali.majeed@esraa.edu.iq
Speech Communications
sensibility
noise / signal
additive noise effects
1

On the degree of approximation of certain continuous bivariate functions by double matrix means of a double Fourier series
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5117.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19112.2056
1
In this paper, we have studied the degree of approximation of certain bivariate functions by double factorable matrix means of a double Fourier series. Four theorems are proved using single rest bounded variation sequences, single head bounded variation sequences, double rest bounded variation sequences, and two nonnegative mediate functions. These results expressed in terms of two functions of modulus type and two nonnegative mediate functions, imply many particular results as shown at last section of this paper.
0

609
628


Xhevat
Krasniqi
Department of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Prishtina, Hasan Prishtina, Prishtina, Kosovo
Kosovo
xhevat.krasniqi@unipr.edu
Double Fourier series
Lipschitz class
Factorable matrices
Ces`aro means
N"orlund means
Riesz means
1

Using the infimum form of auxiliary functions to study the common coupled coincidence points in fuzzy semimetric spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5118.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.13960.1728
1
The common coupled coincidence points and common coupled fixed points in fuzzy semimetric spaces are investigated in this paper. In fuzzy semimetric space, the symmetric condition is not necessarily assumed to be satisfied. In this case, regarding the nonsymmetry of metric, there are four kinds of triangle inequalities that can be considered. In order to investigate the common coupled coincidence points and common coupled fixed points, the fuzzy semimetric space is further assumed to satisfy the socalled canonical condition that is inspired from the intuitive observations. The sufficient conditions for guaranteeing the common coupled coincidence points and common coupled fixed points will be different for the four different kinds of triangle inequalities.
0

629
663


HsienChung
Wu
Department of Mathematics,
National Kaohsiung Normal University,
Kaohsiung 802, Taiwan
Taiwan
hcwu@nknu.edu.tw
Common coupled coincidence points
Common coupled fixed points
Distant condition
Fuzzy semimetric space
Rational condition
1

Generalized MittagLeffler stability of nonlinear fractional regularized Prabhakar differential systems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5119.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19291.2069
1
This work is devoted to study of the stability analysis of generalized fractional nonlinear system including the regularized Prabhakar derivative. We present several criteria for the generalized MittagLeffler stability and the asymptotic stability of this system by using the Lyapunov direct method. Further, we provide two test cases to illustrate the effectiveness of results. We apply the numerical method to solve the generalized fractional system with the regularized Prabhakar fractional systems and reveal asymptotic stability behavior of the presented systems by employing numerical simulation.
0

665
678


Shiva
Eshaghi
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Shahrekord University, P.O.Box 115, Shahrekord, Iran
Iran
shiva_eshaghi69@yahoo.com


Alireza
Ansari
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Shahrekord University, P.O. Box 115, Shahrekord, Iran
Iran
alireza_1038@yahoo.com


Reza
Khoshsiar Ghaziani
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Shahrekord University, P.O.Box 115, Shahrekord, Iran
Iran
khoshsar@sci.sku.ac.ir
Generalized MittagLeffler stability
Asymptotic stability
Regularized Prabhakar derivative
Lyapunov direct method
Numerical simulation
1

On fractional differential equations and fixed point theory
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5120.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.17291.1920
1
In this work first we establish some fixed point theorems for $bot$MizoguchiTakahashi contractions mappings in the setting of orthogonal metric spaces. Next, we investigate the existence of solution for certain fractional differential equation via some integral boundary value conditions and obtained fixed point results.
0

679
697


Mohadeseh
Paknazar
Department of Mathematics Education, Farhangian University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
m.paknazar@yahoo.com
Fixed point
Reich's conjecture
Fractional differential equation
1

Mixed ToppLeoneKumaraswamy distribution
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5122.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5122
1
In this article, a new generalization of the ToppLeone distribution with a unit interval, namely Mixed ToppLeoneKumaraswamy distribution is defined and studied. The mathematical properties of this mixing distribution are described. Moments, quantile function, R?nyi entropy, incomplete moments and moments of residual are obtained for the new Mixed ToppLeone  Kumaraswamy distribution. The maximum likelihood (MLE), Crans (CM) , Percentile (PM) and Particle Swarm Optimization(PSO) estimators of the parameters are derived. The percentile Method is more efficient method as compred to the others. Two real data sets are used to illustrate an application and superiority of the proposed distribution.
0

699
715


Nashaat
AlAnber
Department of Information Technology, Technical College of ManagementBaghdad, Middle Technical University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
dr.nashaat@mtu.edu.iq
In this article
a new generalization of the ToppLeone distribution with a unit interval
namely Mixed ToppLeoneKumaraswamy distribution is defined and studied. The mathematical properties of this mixing distribution are described. Moments
quantile function
R?nyi entropy
incomplete moments and moments of residual are obtained for the new Mixed ToppLeone  Kumaraswamy distribution. The maximum likelihood (MLE)
Crans (CM)
Percentile (PM) and Particle Swarm Optimization(PSO) estimators of the parameters are derived. The percentile Method is more efficient method as compred to the others. Two real data sets are used to illustrate an application and superiority of the pr
Kumaraswamy distribution
mixing Transformation
Moments
Renyi’s entropy
maximum likelihood method
Cran method
Percentile Method
Particle Swarm method
1

Fixed point in bicomplex valued metric spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5123.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.19003.2049
1
In the present paper, we introduce new types of convergence of a sequence in left dislocated and right dislocated metric spaces. Also, we generalize Banach contraction principle in these newly defined generalized metric spaces.
0

717
727


Ismat
Beg
Lahore School of Economics, Lahore53200, Pakistan
Iran
ibeg@lahoreschool.edu.pk


Sanjib
Datta
University of Kalyani, Kalyani  741235, West Bengal, India
Iran
sanjibdatta05@gmail.com


Dipankar
Pal
Syed Nurul Hasan College, Farakka Barrage742212, West Bengal, India
Iran
dpal.math@gmail.com
Fixed point
left dislocated metric
right dislocated metric
Contraction
1

Dynamical analysis, stability and discretization of fractionalorder predatorprey model with negative feedback on two species
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5124.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19764.2099
1
The LotkaVolterra model is an important model being employed in biological phenomena to investigate the nonlinear interaction among existing species. In this work, we first consider an integer order predatorprey model with negative feedback on both prey and predator. Then by introducing a fractional model into the existing one, we give them a specified memory. We also obtain its discretized counterpart. Finally, along with giving the biological interpretation of the system, the stability and dynamical analysis of the proposed model are investigated and the results are illustrated as well.
0

729
741


Alireza
Vahidi
Dep. of Applied Mathematics, YadegareImam Khomeini (RAH), Shahrrey Branch, Islamic Azad University,
Tehran, Iran.
Iran
alrevahidi@yahoo.com


Esmail
Babolian
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
babolian@khu.ac.ir


Nader
Biranvand
Dep. of Applied Mathematics, YadegareImam Khomeini (RAH), Shahrrey Branch, Islamic Azad University,
Tehran, Iran.
Iran
nabiranvand@gmail.com
Fractional calculus
Predatorprey
LotkaVolterra, Stability
Discretization
1

Comparison between Renyi GME and Tsallis GME for estimation Kink regression
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5125.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5125
1
In this paper, an estimation of the parameters of the Kink regression model was made by relying on higher order from the general maximum entropy method with two measures Tsallis and Renyi ($alpha=3,~alpha=4,~alpha=5,~alpha=6$), A practical application has been made to data for a real phenomenon in the Iraqi economy, which is inflation with the Debt/GDP ratio and a statistical analysis of it. After making a comparison with other estimation methods, as the results showed that the explanatory variable for the kink point is equal to (5), and the results show a decrease in the Debt/GDP ratio after observations Kink.
0

743
750


Saad Obaid
Jameela
Iran
saad.iraq100@gmail.com


Basim Shlaibah
Msallamb
AlIraqia University, College of Administration and Economics, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
drbasimstatistics@gmail.com
GME
Kink regression
Renyi
Tsallis
Entropy
Debt/GDP
1

Some types of fibrewise fuzzy topological spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5127.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5127
1
The aim of this paper is to introduce and study the notion type of fibrewise topological spaces, namely fibrewise fuzzy jtopological spaces, Also, we introduce the concepts of fibrewise jclosed fuzzy topological spaces, fibrewise jopen fuzzy topological spaces, fibrewise locally sliceable fuzzy jtopological spaces and fibrewise locally sectionable fuzzy jtopological spaces. Furthermore, we state and prove several Theorems concerning these concepts, where $j={delta, theta, alpha, p, s, b, beta}$.
0

751
756


M. A.
Hussain
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science (Ibn AlHaitham), Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hwe1ggh597@gmail.com


Y Y.
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Ibn ALHaitham, University of Baghdad, BaghdadIraq.
Iran
yoyayousif@yahoo.com
FWF jTS’s
FWCF jTS’s
FWOF jTS’s
FWLSLF jTS’s and FWLSEF jTS’s
1

Hybrid medical image compression using the IKL transform with an efficient encoder
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5126.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5126
1
Medical images are generated in a huge number in the research centers and hospitals every day. Working with the medical images and maintain the storage needs an efficient fund and huge storage space. Retaining the quality of the medical image is also very essential. Image compression without losing its quality is the only term to achieve the desired task. Achieving the desired task using the integer Karhunen Loeve transform attains a quality output and also with less storage space. JPEG and JPEG 2000 are also challenging to the integer transform based compression. Resulting the compression quality in terms of peak signal noise ratio, compression ratio is attained. Proposed method of compression is compared with the other efficient algorithms. Thus this proposed method can be used efficiently for the medical image in order to store and retrieve in healthcare industry.
0

757
767


S.
Saravanan
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Karunya Institute of Technology and sciences, India.
Iran
saranrulz671@gmail.com


Sujitha
Juliet
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Karunya Institute of Technology and sciences, India.
Iran
sujitha.juliet@gmail.com
Image compression
IKLT
SPIHT
1

Rough continuity and rough separation axioms in $G_m$closure approximation spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5129.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5129
1
The theory of general topology view for continuous mappings is general version and is applied for topological graph theory. Separation axioms can be regard as tools for distinguishing objects in information systems. Rough theory is one of map the topology to uncertainty. The aim of this work is to presented graph, continuity, separation properties and rough set to put a new approaches for uncertainty. For the introduce of various levels of approximations, we introduce several levels of continuity and separation axioms on graphs in $G_m$closure approximation spaces.
0

769
782


Yousif
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Ibn ALHaitham, University of Baghdad, BaghdadIraq.
Iran
yoyayousif@yahoo.com
Rough sets
$G_m$closure space
Approximation spaces
lower and upper approximation spaces
Rough continuity
Rough separation axioms
1

Fibrewise totally perfect mapping
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5134.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5134
1
The main purpose of this paper is to introduce a some concepts in fibrewise totally topological space which are called fibrewise totally mapping, fiberwise totally closed mapping, fibrewise weakly totally closed mapping, fibrewise totally perfect mapping fibrewise almost totally perfect mapping. Also the concepts as totally adherent point, filter, filter base, totally converges to a subset, totally directed toward a set, totally rigid, totallyHset, totally Urysohn space, locally totallyQHC totally topological space are introduced and the main concept in this paper is fibrewise totally perfect mapping in totally topological space. Several theorem and characterizations concerning with these concepts are studied.
0

783
792


Yousif
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), Baghdad University, Baghdad,
Iraq
Iran
yoyayousif@yahoo.com


Amira R.
Kadzam
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), Baghdad University, Baghdad,
Iraq
Iran
ameera.radi202a@gmail.com
Fibrewise totally topological space
filter base
totally converges
totally closed mapping
totally rigid a set
totally perfect mapping
1

An approximate solution of integral equation using Bezier control Points
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5135.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5135
1
The integral equations are computed numerically using a Bezier curve. We have written the linear Fredholm integral equation into a matrix formulation by using a Bezier curves as a piecewise polynomials of degree n and we use (n+1) unknown control points on unit interval to determine Bezier curve. two examples have been discussed in details.
0

793
798


Asmaa N.
AlJanabi
College of Engineering, AlNahrain University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
asm_no_2006@yahoo.com


Farah J.
Al Zahed
Department of Mathematics, College of Science for woman, University of Baghdad,Iraq
Iran
farahj_math@csw.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Ahmad Hadi
Hussain
College of Engineering Almusayab, Department of Energy Engineering, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
met.ahmed.hadi@uobabylon.edu.iq
Bezier curve
Bernstien polynomials
Fredholm integral equation
1

Gronwall type inequalities: new fractional integral results with some applications on hybrid differential equations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5138.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19595.2089
1
In this paper, we are concerned with a class of fractional integral inequalities of Gronwall type. New integral results with some generalizations are proved. Then, some applications on hybrid differential equations with Hadamard derivative are established.
0

799
809


Ferraoun
Ferraoun
Laboratory LPAM, UMAB, University of Mostaganem, Algeria
Algeria
soumia.ferraoun@gmail.com


Zoubir
Dahmani
Laboratory LPAM, UMAB, University of Mostaganem, Algeria
Algeria
zzdahmani@yahoo.fr
Hybrid differential equations
Gronwall inequality
Hadamard derivative
1

UlamHyers stability for fuzzy delay differential equation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5139.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.19065.2053
1
In this paper, we aim to study the UlamHyers stability and UlamHyersRassias stability of the fuzzy delay differential equation under some suitable conditions by the fixed point technique and successive approximation method. Moreover, we provide two illustrative examples of application of our results.
0

811
824


Vu
Ho
Faculty of Mathematical Economics, Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnam
vuh@buh.edu.vn


Dong
Le
Faculty of Mathematical Economics, Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnam
dls02081985@gmail.com
UlamHyers stability
fuzzy differential equations
generalized differentiability
Successive approximation method
fixed point theory
1

Shrinking approximation method for solution of split monotone variational inclusion and fixed point problems in Banach spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5140.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22634.2393
1
In this paper, we investigate a shrinking algorithm for finding a solution of split monotone variational inclusion problem which is also a common fixed point problem of relatively nonexpansive mapping in uniformly convex real Banach spaces which are also uniformly smooth. The iterative algorithm employed in this paper is design in such a way that it does not require prior knowledge of operator norm. We prove a strong convergence result for approximating the solutions of the aforementioned problems and give applications of our main result to split convex minimization problem. The result present in this paper extends and complements many related results in literature.
0

825
842


Francis
Akutsah
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
akutsah@gmail.com


Narain
Kumar
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
naraino@ukzn.ac.za


Abass
Anuoluwapo
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
hammedabass548@gmail.com


Akindele
Mebawondu
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
dele@aims.ac.za
Maximal monotone operators
Relatively nonexpansive mapping
shrinking iterative scheme
split feasibility problem
fixed point problem
1

A topology on a ring part of ISalgebra
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5141.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5141
1
We give a topology on a ring part of ISalgebra, by define prime ideals of a commutative ring part of ISalgebra and study some of its properties.
0

843
848


Fatema F.
Kareem
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science,Ibn AlHaithem, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
fa_sa20072000@yahoo.com


Reyadh. D.
Ali
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science,University of Karbala, Karbala, Iraq
Iran
eyadhdelphi@gmail.com
ISalgebra
adjoin ring part
prime ideal
1

The new integral transform and its applications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5142.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5142
1
We offer a new complex integral transform, the complex SEE transform, in this paper. The properties of this transform are investigated. This complex integral transform is also used to reduce the core problem to a simple algebraic equation. The answer to this primary problem can then be obtained by solving this algebraic equation and using the inverse of this complex integral transform. Finally, the complex integral transform is used to solve higher order ordinary differential equations. Also, we introduce, some important engineering and physics applications.
0

849
856


Eman A.
Mansour
Mustansiriyah University, College of Education, Department of Mathematics, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
iman.am_73@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Sadiq
Mehdi
Mustansiriyah University, College of Education, Department of Mathematics, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
sadiqmehdi71@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Emad A.
Kuffi
bAlQadisiyah University, College of Engineering, AlQadisiyah, Iraq
Iran
emad.abbas@qu.edu.iq
complex integral transform
Ordinary differential equations
1

A new method of linear support vector regression with interval data
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5144.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19163.2067
1
In this paper, the linear support vector regression approach is proposed for solving the regression problem with interval data, which is called interval support vector regression(ISVR). The ISVR approach is equivalent to solving a linear constrained quadratic programming problem (QPP) with an interval cost coefficient in which the value of the objective function is in an interval. Instead of solving an interval QPP, we solve two QPPs and prove that the cost values of these two problems are the lower bound and the upper bound of the target value of the interval QPP. We show these two mentioned QPPs are equivalent to two support vector regression problems which the first problem applies the lower bound of data and the second problem considers the upper bound of the data. to obtain the regression function. Some experiments are made to demonstrate the performance of our method compared with the known algorithms on several artificial, benchmark and real practical datasets.
0

857
868


Mojtaba
Baymani
Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Quchan University of Technology, Quchan, Iran
Iran
m_baymani@qiet.ac.ir


Hoda
Saffaran
Department of Computer, Engineering Faculty, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran
Iran
h.safaran@yahoo.com


Nima
SalehiM.
Department of Computer, Engineering Faculty, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, IRAN
Iran
ni.salehi@mail.um.ac.ir
Quadratic programming
Computing methodologies and applications
Linear regression.
1

Grasp on next generation security operation centre (NGSOC): Comparative study
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5145.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5145
1
With the growing number of cyber security threats affecting the business environment of many organizations, especially the IT environment. With the growing number of cyber security threats affecting the business environment of many organizations, especially the IT environment. Managed protection systems, including SOC, are highly sought after. Managed protection systems, including SOC, are highly sought after. The problem with SOC is that when building up their own SOC or hiring a thirdparty to provide SOC, organizations are not able to apply adequate criteria or standard frameworks. The aim of the study is to lay the foundations for developing a modern system of systematic operation centers for the next generation (NGSOC) for IIoT climate. This paper contains thorough, qualitative literature survey on the implementation of a Security Operation Centre (SOC). A comparative study is carried out using a variety of previous research sources and a literature review. The findings from the report show that previous research is not adequately guided, especially in the safety and technical aspects of the building block of the SOC. It is hoped that by proposing the framework, cybersecurity threat prevention and identification would be strengthened even further. The success of the NGSOC will ultimately be determined by the integration of individuals, procedure, and technology.
0

869
895


Yau Ti
Dun
Faculty of Computing, College of Computing and Applied Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, 26600 Pekan, Pahang,
Malaysia
&
Sysarmy Snd Bhd, Wisma Zelan, No 12, 1, Jalan Tasik Permaisuri 2, Bandar Tun Razak, 56000 Kuala Lumpur,
Iran
alan@sysarmy.net


Mohd Faizal
Ab Razak
Faculty of Computing, College of Computing and Applied Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, 26600 Pekan, Pahang,
Malaysia
Iran
faizalrazak@ump.edu.my


Mohamad Fadli
Zolkiplib
School of Computing, UUM College Arts Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman,
Malaysia
Iran
m.fadli.zolkipli@uum.edu.my


Tan Fui
Bee
Faculty of Computing, College of Computing and Applied Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, 26600 Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia & Sysarmy Snd Bhd, Wisma Zelan, No 12, 1, Jalan Tasik Permaisuri 2, Bandar Tun Razak, 56000 Kuala Lumpur,
Iran
fuibee@gmail.com


Ahmad
Firdaus
aFaculty of Computing College of Computing and Applied Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang 26600 Pekan, Pahang
Darul Makmur
Iran
firdausza@ump.edu.my
SOC
SIEM
IIOT
security
NGSOC
1

Approximation of Fourier series in terms of functions in $L_p$ Spaces for $0
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5146.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5146
1
Many results introduced for the absolutely convergence of Fourier series in terms of absolutely continuous functions. Here we study the convergence of Fourier series in terms of $p$integrable functions series.
0

897
911


Sahab Mohsen
Aboud
Mathematics Department, College of Education for pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
sahab.aboud@student.uobabylon.edu.iq


Eman Samir
Bhaya
Mathematics Department, College of Education for pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
emanbhaya@uobabylon.edu.iq
modulus of continuity
Dyadic intervals
Haar system
Rademacher system
1

An inverse triple effect domination in graphs
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5147.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5147
1
In this paper, an inverse triple effect domination is introduced for any finite graph $G=(V, E)$ simple and undirected without isolated vertices. A subset $D^{1}$ of $VD$ is an inverse triple effect dominating set if every $v in D^{1}$ dominates exactly three vertices of $VD^{1}$. The inverse triple effect domination number $gamma_{t e}^{1}(G)$ is the minimum cardinality over all inverse triple effect dominating sets in $G$. Some results and properties on $gamma_{t e}^{1}(G)$ are given and proved. Under any conditions the graph satisfies $gamma_{t e}(G)+gamma_{t e}^{1}(G)=n$ is studied. Lower and upper bounds for the size of a graph that has $gamma_{t e}^{1}(G)$ are putted in two cases when $D^{1}=VD$ and when $D^{1} neq VD .$ Which properties of a vertex to be belongs to $D^{1}$ or out of it are discussed. Then, $gamma_{t e}^{1}(G)$ is evaluated and proved for several graphs.
0

913
919


Zinah H.
Abdulhasan
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
zinah_hussein.math@utq.edu.iq


Mohammed A.
Abdlhusein
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
mmhd@utq.edu.iq
dominating set
Triple effect domination
Inverse triple effect domination
1

Automatic detection lung infected COVID19 disease using deep learning (Convolutional Neural Network)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5148.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5148
1
In late 2019, a virus appeared suddenly he claims Covid19, which started in China and began to spread very widely around the world. And because of its effects, which are not limited to human life only, but rather in economic and social aspects, and because of the increase in daily injuries and significantly with the limited hospitals that cannot accommodate these large numbers, it is necessary to find an automatic and rapid detection method that limits the spread of the disease and its detection at an early stage in order to be treated more quickly. In this paper, deep learning was relied upon to create a CNN model to detect COVID19 infected lungs using chest Xray images. The base consists of a set of images taken of lungs infected with Covid19 disease and normal lungs, as the CNN structure gave accuracy, Precision, Recall and FMeasure 100%
0

921
929


Mali H. Hakem
Alameady
Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Computer Science and Maths, University of Kufa, Najaf, Iraq
Iran
maali.alameedi@uokufa.edu.iq


Ahmed
Fahad
University of ThiQar, 64001 AlNassiriya, Iraq
Iran
dr.ahmedalafahad@utq.edu.iq


Alaa
Abdullah
Education Directorate of ThiQar, Ministry of Education, Iraq
Iran
anf.alfahad@gmail.com
Deep learning
Convolutional Neural Network
COVID19
1

Big data analysis by using one covariate at a time multiple testing (OCMT) method: Early school dropout in Iraq
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5149.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5149
1
The early school dropout is very significant portents that controls the future of societies and determine the nature of its elements. Therefore, studying this phenomenon and find explanations of it is a necessary matter, by finding or developing appropriate models to predict it in the future. The variables that affect the early school dropout Iraq takes a large size and multiple sources and types due the political and economic situation , which attributes it as a sort of Big Data that must be explored by using new statistical approaches. The research aims at using one Covariate at a Time Multiple Testing OCMT Method to analyze the data from surveys collected by the Central Statistical Organization IRAQ, which contains many indicators related to school dropout and meaningfully affect the life of the Iraqi persons. The Ridge Regression Method as well as the OCMT method were chosen to analyze data and the Mean Square Errors MSE was used to compare the two methods and From the results we find that OCMT estimator is better than Ridge estimator with Big Data conditions.
0

931
938


Ahmed Mahdi
Salih
Department of Statistics, College of Administration and Economics Administration and Economics, Wasit University,
Wasit, Iraq
Iran


Munaf Yousif
Hmood
Department of Statistics, College of Administration and Economics Administration and Economics, University of
Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
Big Data
OCMT
ridge regression
multiple testing
1

Fibrewise totally compact and locally totally compact spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5154.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5154
1
In this paper we define and study new concepts of fibrwise totally topological spaces over B namely
fibrewise totally compact and fibrwise locally totally compact spaces, which are generalization of well
known concepts totally compact and locally totally compact topological spaces. Moreover, we study
relationships between fibrewise totally compact (resp, fibrwise locally totally compact) spaces and
some fibrewise totally separation axioms.
0

939
948


Amira R.
Kadzam
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), Baghdad University, Baghdad,
Iraq
Iran
ameera.radi202a@gmail.com


Yousif
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Ibn ALHaitham, University of Baghdad, BaghdadIraq.
Iran
yoyayousif@yahoo.com
Fiberwise totally topological spaces
Fiberwise totally compact spaces
fiberwise locally totally compact spaces
fibrewise totally separation axioms
1

Effects of static magnetic field on dye extracted from AnchusaItalica through optimization the optoelectronic properties
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5158.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5158
1
The dye extracted from the plant is already well used in optoelectronic applications for its easy and safe handling. This study is to demonstrate the effect of magnetized distilled water on dye extracted from AnchusaItalica flowers. The results of its optoelectronic behavior reveal that the use of magnetized water in the extraction process results in different and better properties than processes in which ordinary water was used. The structural analysis of AnchusaItalica dye thinfilm was performed using the Fouriertransform infrared technique (FTIR). The optical responses, such as the absorption coefficient, absorption spectra, both standard and refractive indices, and electronic properties (optical energy gap) were studied using UltravioletVisible transmittance spectra range 300–900 nm. The calculated energy band gap of the dye extracted using magnetized water was decreased from 3.23 to 2.35 eV and turned into the preferred direct band gap to make a useful contribution to optical sources. The optical absorption spectra of the dye extracted using magnetized water appear to have a better efficiency compared to that extracted with ordinary water. A significant evolution in the absorption coefficient was obtained by employing magnetized water to extract the dye. The magnetized extraction process also modified the electronic transmission values (indirect to direct). The effect of magnetized water on the resonance mode and transparent indication was deduced by studying the complex refractive index. An increase appeared in the spectrum of the absorption index at a wavelength of 570 nm, whereas a small attenuation coefficient was observed as well. The important effects of magnetized dye extraction will highly benefit the field of optoelectronic applications.
0

949
960


Fatima H.
Malek
Department of Material Science, Polymer Research Centre, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iran
fatima.malk@uobasrah.edu.iq


Tahseen
Alaridhee
Department of Material Science, Polymer Research Centre, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iran
tahseen.alaridhee@uobasrah.edu.iq


Abdullah A.
Hussein
Department of Material Science, Polymer Research Centre, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iran
aahaat28977@yahoo.com


Arwa H. M.
ALSaeed
Department of chemistry, College of Science, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iran
arwa.mahmood@uobasrah.edu.iq
static magnetic field
optical absorption spectra
green materials
Optical properties
optical energy gap
1

Bayes estimators of a multivariate generalized hyperbolic partial regression model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5166.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5166
1
The matrixvariate generalized hyperbolic distribution belongs to the family of heavytailed mixed
probability distributions and is considered to be one of the continuous skewed probability distributions. This distribution has wide applications in the field of economics, especially in stock modeling.
This paper includes estimation the parameters of the multivariate semiparametric regression
model represented by the multivariate partial linear regression model when the random error follows the matrixvariate generalized hyperbolic distribution, using the Bayesian method when noninformative prior information is available and under the assumption that the shape parameters and
the skewness matrix are known. In addition, the bandwidth parameter is estimated by a suggested
way based on the normal distribution rule and the proposed kernel function based on the mixed
Gaussian kernel function and studying the findings on the generated data in a way suggested for
the model, comparing the estimators depending on the criterion of the mean sum of squares error.
The two researchers concluded that the proposed kernel function is better than the Gaussian kernel
function in estimate the parameters.
0

961
975


Sarmad Abdulkhaleq
Saliha
Statistician at the Nineveh Agriculture Directorate, Mosul, Iraq
Iran
hsarmad012@gmail.com


Emad Hazim
Aboudib
College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
dr.emad.aboudi@gmail.com
matrixvariate generalized hyperbolic distribution
multivariate partial regression model
kernel functions, bandwidth parameter
Bayes method
1

NonBayesian estimation of Weibull Lindley burr XII distribution
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5168.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5168
1
In this paper, we estimate the four parameters of Weibull Lindley burr distribution by using ordinary
least square method and multiple regression least square method. The survival estimate made by
using ordinary least square estimator (OLSE) and multiple regression estimator (MRE).
0

977
989


Etab Kazem
Amer
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
etabkazemamer@gmail.com


Nabeel Jawad
Hassan
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
nabeel.jawad@utq.edu.iq


Hassan
Jassim
Department of Mathematics, University of ThiQar, Nasiriyah, Iraq
Iran
hassankamil@utq.edu.iq
Weibull Lindley burr XII distribution (WLBD)
The ordinary least squares Method (OLSEM)
Multiple Regression Least Squares Method (MRLSM)
1

Customer lifetime value analysis in the banking industry with an emphasis on brand equity
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5169.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5169
1
Due to the competitiveness of the banking industry and the importance of profitability, access to customer information is essential for establishing effective relationships that serve the interests of both parties. Establishing longterm customer relationships and building brand equity are pivotal in modern banking, and thus improving relationship quality plays a key role in development of new services and customer lifetime value (CLV) measurement. The purpose of the present research is to provide a new model for CLV measurement in the banking industry with an emphasis on brand equity. This study is descriptive and a question naire is used to collect data. The population consists of all the customers of Refah Bank of Iran (with an average annual resources of at least 500m rials), of whom 382 are randomly selected as the sample. Data are analyzed using descriptive statistics in SPSS and partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLSSEM) in SmartPLS. The results indicate the strong fit of the overall model (GOF = 0.782) and show the significant positive effect of brand equity on CLV.
0

991
1004


Bahram
Seyedin
Department of Management , Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
Iran
sh_seyedin@yahoo.com


Mojtaba
Ramazani
Department of Management, Bonab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bonab, Iran
Iran
m.ramazani@yahoo.com


Hossein
Bodaghi Khajeh Noubar
Department of Management , Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
Iran
h_budaghi@yahoo.com


Yaghob
Alavimatin
Department of Management , Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
Iran
alavimatin@iaut.ac.ir
Customer Lifetime Value
Brand Equity
Relationship Quality
Perceived Value
Banking
1

Biomechanical analysis of long pass in U19 women football players
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5171.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5171
1
Kicking movement is process of moving position on leg. Biomechanical analysis explains kick performance which influenced by kinematics and kinetics factors. The research purpose analyzed biomechanical long pass movement. This research is both qualitative and quantitative. The research
sample are 11 Indonesian woman football players who were taken by saturated sampling. Data in
the form of long pass kick video with airborne ball test. Data analyzing used Kinovea software to
determine the flexion angle of backswing kick leg, hip angle, and distance to target, then looking
for the force, power, and energy in kick motion. The motion analysis shown that sample 3 produces
closest distance to target as far as 0.65 m which done with flexion angle of backswing knee is 740
and hip angle of 640. The force exerted by sample 3 is 10.09 N, resulting in a ball speed of 22.42
m/s and a kinetic energy of 113.12 Joule, potential energy of 14.64 Joule and mechanical energy of
127.76 Joule. It can be concluded that accuracy of long pass kick are influenced by flexion angle of
backswing kick knee, hip angle, power and force as well as producing energy in the form of kinetic,
potential, and mechanical energy.
0

1005
1021


Rumi Iqbal
Doewes
Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak Darul Ridzuan 35900, Malaysia &
Faculty of Sport, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl. Ir. Sutami, 36A, Kentingan, Surakarta, Indonesia
Iran
king.doewes@staff.uns.ac.id


Gunathevan
Elumalai
Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak Darul Ridzuan 35900, Malaysia
Iran
gunathevan@fsskj.upsi.edu.my


Siti Hartini
Azmi
Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak Darul Ridzuan 35900, Malaysia
Iran
siti.hartini@fsskj.upsi.edu.my


Ubaidillah
Ubaidillah
Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl. Ir. Sutami, 36A, Kentingan, Surakarta, Indonesia
Iran
ubaidillah_ft@staff.uns.ac.id
Biomechanics
Long Pass
Football
1

The level of representation of some learning styles in the content of Mathematics books for the 4th preparatory class (analysis  evaluation study)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5172.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5172
1
The present research aims at identifying the level of representation of some learning styles in the
content of mathematics books for 4th preparatory (scientific and literary). In order to achieve the
goal of the research and answer his questions, the researcher has adopted the descriptive research
method and the content analysis method for the research sample. By using the content analysis card
with indicators of virtual validity. It includes categories of analysis or axes of analysis and represents
Learning methods and the their indicators according to the Filder  Silverman model of learning
styles, which classified students’ learning styles into several methods: ( Sensing Learners vs Intuitive
Learners , visual Learners vs verbal learners , inductive learners versus deductive learners , active
learners vs contemplative learners, sequential learners versus holistic learners).
The researcher has conducted the content analysis process for mathematics books for 4th preparatory
class (scientific and literary) according to specific steps and controls. To determine the level of
representation of some learning styles, using frequencies and percentages. As the results of the
analysis, it is obvious that the frequency totals for learning styles and their indicators are unequal,
and the percentages of their representation level in the content of mathematics books for the 4th
preparatory class (scientific and literary) are below the required level and this is realistic evidence
that some students’ learning styles have not been taken into consideration. The consideration when
preparing mathematics books for the 4th preparatory class (scientific and literary). Therefore, the
researcher recommends the need to pay attention to it and take into account the inclusion of all
students ’learning methods when preparing mathematics curricula in particular and books in general.
0

1023
1050


Ali Hussein
Oleiwi Nasir
Ministry of Education, Directorate of Education Babylon, Iraq
Iran
alwawaalihussien73@gmail.com
Content analysis method
Learning styles
school mathematics books
1

Fibrewise Slightly Perfect Topological Spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5173.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5173
1
The primary objective of this paper is to present a new concept of fibrewise topological spaces over B
is said to be fibrewise slightly topological spaces over B. Also, we introduce the concepts of fibrewise
slightly perfect topological spaces, filter base, contact point, slightly convergent, slightly directed
toward a set, slightly adherent point, slightly rigid, fibrewise slightly weakly closed, H.set, fibrewise
almost slightly perfect, slightly∗
.continuous fibrewise slightly∗
topological spaces respectively, slightly
Te, locally QHC, In addition, we state and prove several propositions related to these concepts.
0

1051
1059


Yousif
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Ibn ALHaitham, University of Baghdad, BaghdadIraq.
Iran
yoyayousif@yahoo.com


Mohammed G .
Mousa
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), University of Baghdad, Baghdad,
Iraq
Iran
mohammedkata90@gmail.com
Topological spaces
filter base
fibrewise slightly perfect topological spaces
1

The numerical solution of bioheat equation based on shifted Legendre polynomial
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5175.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5175
1
The goal of this study is to expand the usage of a collection method based on shifted Legendre polynomials in matrix form to approximate the derivative to obtain numerical solutions for the unsteady state onedimensional bioheat equation. The proposed methodology is used to two examples to illustrate its utility and accuracy. The numerical results shown that the techniques used are effective as well as gives high accuracy and good convergence
0

1061
1070


Hameeda O.
AlHumedi
Department Mathematics, Education College for pure Sciences, Basrah University, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
hameeda.mezban@uobasrah.edu.iq


Firas A.
AlSaadawi
Open Education College in Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
firasamer519@yahoo.com
Collocation method
bioheat equation
Legendre Polynomials
Accuracy
1

A new approach of classical Hill Cipher in public key cryptography
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5176.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5176
1
Secure message transformation promote the creation of various cryptography systems to enable receivers to interpret the transformed information. In the present age of information technology, the secure transfer of information is the main study of most agencies. In this study, a particular symmetric cryptography system, Hill Cipher method, is enhanced with the help of encryption and decryption algorithms of the asymmetric RSA cryptography system to avoid certain problems. Previous results show that the original Hill algorithms are still insufficient because of their weakness to known plaintext attack, and a modification of the Hill Cipher cryptography system is therefore presented to increase its invulnerability. The enhancement focuses on implementing the RSA algorithms over the Hill Cipher to increase its security efficiency. The suggested method relies on the security of the RSA and Hill Cipher cryptosystems to find the private decryption keys, and thus is much more secure and powerful than both methods applied separately. Also secure and dynamic generation of the Hill Cipher matrix instead of using static matrix are proposed. This new approach is composed of a public key cryptosystem that has a shared secret key (between participants only), public key (announced to all), and two private keys (for each person). Therefore, this new modification can increase the invulnerability of the Hill Cipher against future attacks during transmission of information between agencies in this age of information technology
0

1071
1082


Rajaa K.
Hasoun
College of Business Informatics, University of Information Technology and Communication, Iraq
Iran
dr.rajaa@uoitc.edu.iq


Sameerah Faris
Khlebus
College of Business Informatics, University of Information Technology and Communication, Iraq
Iran
sameerah.alradhi@uoitc.edu.iq


Huda Kadhim
Tayyeh
College of Business Informatics, University of Information Technology and Communication, Iraq
Iran
haljobori@uoitc.edu.iq
Asymmetric cryptosystem
Hill Cipher
Invertible Key Matrix
Involutory matrix
RSA cryptosystem
Symmetric cryptosystem
1

The awareness effect of the dynamical behavior of SIS epidemic model with CrowleyMartin incidence rate and holling type III treatment function
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5177.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5177
1
This article deals with the dynamical behaviors for a biological model of epidemic diseases with holling type III treatment function. A CrowleyMartin formula to transmission of disease with coverage media programs effect on the population are introduced and investigated. Through some basic analyses, an explicit formula for the basic reproduction number of the model is calculated, and some results such as the stability analysis and instability of all equilibrium points for the model are established. The local bifurcation occurs near all equilibrium points for the model under some special cases that are studied. The numerical simulations are executed to confirm the theoretical results
0

1083
1097


Ahmed A.
Mohsen
Ministry of Education, Rusafa/1, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
aamuhseen@gmail.com


Hassan Fadhil
AlHusseiny
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hassan.fadhil.r@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Khalid
Hattaf
Centre Regional desMetiers de l’Education et de la Formation (CRMEF), 20340 Derb Ghalef, Casablanca, Morocco, &
LAMS, Faculty of Sciences Ben M’sik, Hassan II University of
Casablanca, P.O Box 7955 Sidi Othman, Casablanca, Morocco
Iran
k.hattaf@yahoo.fr
Infection Diseases
Treatment Function
Awareness Programs
Local Bifurcation
CrowleyMartin formula
1

Study of the dual ideal of KUalgebra
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5179.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5179
1
In this work, we apply the notion of a filter of a KUAlgebra and investigate several properties. The
paper defined some filters such as strong filter, nfold filter and Pfilter and discussed a few theorems
and examples
0

1099
1107


Qasim Mohsin
Luhaib
ThiQar General Directorate of Education, Ministry of Education, Iraq
Iran
qasimmohsinluhaib@gmail.com


Fatema Faisal
Kareem
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences (Ibn AlHaitham), University of Baghdad, Baghdad,
Iraq
Iran
fatma.f.k@ihcoedu.uobaghdad.edu.iq
KUalgebra
filter KUalgebra
strong filter
Pfilter
1

Existence results for common solution of equilibrium and vector equilibrium problems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5184.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23489.2547
1
In this paper, by using the notion of locally segmentdense subsets and sequentially sign property for bifunctions, we establish existence results for a common solution of a finite family of equilibrium problems in the setting of Hausdorff locally convex topological vector spaces. Also similar resultsobtain for vector equilibrium problems.
0

1109
1120


Sirous
Moradi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Lorestan University, 6815144316, Khorramabad, Iran
Iran
sirousmoradi@gmail.com


Milad
Firozeh
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Arak University, Arak, Iran
Iran
firouzeh.math@gmail.com
equilibrium problem
Common solution
Locally segmentdense
Sequentially sign property
1

Common fixed point of generalized weakly contractive mappings on orthogonal modular spaces with applications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5186.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22454.2365
1
In this paper, we provide certain conditions under which guarantee the existence of a common fixed point for weakly contractive mappings defined on orthogonal modular spaces. Also, Banach fixed point theorem on an orthogonal modular space without completeness is obtained. To prove much stronger and more applicable results, some strong assumptions such as the convexity and the Fatou property of a modular are relaxed.
0

1121
1140


Fatemeh
Lael
Imam Khomeini International University, Buin Zahra Higher Education Center of Engineering and Technology, Buin Zahra, 3451866391, Qazvin, Iran
Iran
fatemehlael@yahoo.com
Orthogonal modular space
Fixed point
Coincidence point
1

Face recognition via weighted nonnegative sparse representation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5187.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5187
1
Face recognition is one of the most important tools of identification in biometrics. Face recognition has attracted great attention in the last decades and numerous algorithms have been proposed. Different researches have shown that face recognition with Sparse Representation based Classification (SRC) has great classification performance. In some applications such as face recognition, it is appropriate to limit the search space of sparse solver because of local minima problem. In this paper, we apply this limitation via two methods. In the first, we apply the nonnegative constraint of sparse coefficients. As finding the sparse representation is a problem with very local minima, at first we use a simple classifier such as nearest subspace and then add the obtained information of this classifier to the sparse representation problem with some weights. Based on this view, we propose Weighted Nonnegative Sparse Representation WNNSR for the face recognition problem. A quick and effective way to identify faces based on the sparse representation (SR) is smoothed $L_0$norm $(SL_0)$ approach. In this paper, we solve the WNNSR problem based on the $SL_0$ idea. This approach is called Weighted NonNegative Smoothed $L_0$ norm $(WNNSL_0)$. The simulation results on the Extended Yale B database demonstrate that the proposed method has high accuracy in face recognition better than the ultramodern sparse solvers approach.
0

1141
1150


Hoda
Khosravi
Department of Software Engineering, Sari Branch, Islamic Azad University, Sari, Iran
Iran


Aboozar
Ghaffari
Department of Electrical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
Iran


Javad
Vahidi
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
Iran
j.vahidi@iust.ac.ir
Face recognition
face subspace
sparse decomposition
smoothed $L_0$norm
weighted $L_0$norm
nonnegative smoothed $L_0$ norm
1

On generalisation of Brown's conjecture
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5191.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22265.2343
1
Let $P$ be the complex polynomial of the form $P(z) = z prod_{j=1}^{n1}(zz_{j})$, with $z_{j}geq 1$, $1 leq j leq n1.$ Then according to famous Brown's Conjecture $p'(z) neq 0$, for $z < frac{1}{n}.$ This conjecture was proved by Aziz and Zarger [1]. In this paper, we present some interesting generalisations of this conjecture and the results of several authors related to this conjecture.
0

1151
1155


Ishfaq
Nazir
Department of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, South Campus, Anantnag192101, Jammu and Kashmir, India
India
ishfaqnazir02@gmail.com


Mohammad
Mir
Department of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, South Campus, Anantnag192101, Jammu and Kashmir, India
India
ibrahimmath80@gmail.com


Irfan
Wani
Department of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, South Campus, Anantnag192101, Jammu and Kashmir, India
India
irfanmushtaq62@gmail.com
Polynomial
disk
Zeros
Derivative
conjecture
1

On fixed point in C*algebra valued metric spaces using $C_*$class function
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5192.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22750.2411
1
In the present article, we prove some result using $C_*$class function in the notion of C*algebra valued metric space which is more general than metric space. The obtained results extend and generalize some of the results in the literature.
0

1157
1161


Deepak
Kumar
Department of Mathematics, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, 144411, India
India
deepakanand@live.in


Dhariwal
Rishi
Research Scholar, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, 144411, India
India
rishidhariwal51@gmail.com


Choonkil
Park
Research Institute for Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Korea
Korea
baak@hanyang.ac.kr


Jung Rye
Lee
Department of Mathematics, Daejin University, Kyunggi, Korea
Korea
jrlee@daejin.ac.kr
C*algebra valued metric space
$C_*$class function
Fixed point
1

Multiobjective optimization with modified Taguchi approach to specify optimal robot spray painting process parameters
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5193.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5193
1
Robot spray painting process can improve the quality, productivity and provide clean environment in addition to minimize the labour and cost. This process is being used in automobiles, home appliances, etc. There is a need to specify optimal spray painting process parameters to improve the quality of paint coating considering the performance indicators as thickness variation, surface roughness and film adhesion. Compared to the Taguchi orthogonal array and gray rational analysis, a simple modified Taguchi approach is adopted here to identify optimal spray painting process parameters (such as distance, pressure and speed) and obtain minimum thickness variation, minimum surface roughness and maximum film adhesion. Empirical relation for thickness variation, surface roughness and film adhesion are presented. Test data are closeto/within the estimated range.
0

1163
1174


Swetha
Danthala
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Iran
swethadanthala15@gmail.com


Seeram
Rao
Department of Mechanical Engineering, K L Deemed to be University, Vaddeswaram, Guntur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh,
India.
Iran
ssrao@kluniversity.in


Boggarapu
Rao
Department of Mechanical Engineering, K L Deemed to be University, Vaddeswaram, Guntur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh,
India.
Iran
bnrao52@rediffmail.com


Kasiprasad
Mannepalli
Department of ECE, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Guntur (Dist), Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Iran
mkasiprasad@gmail.com
ANOVA
Automated paint
Distance
Film adhesion
Pressure
Speed
Surface roughness
Thickness variation
1

Detection of plant leaf nutrients using convolutional neural network based Internet of Things data acquisition
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5194.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5194
1
In this paper, the study detects the nutritional deficiencies from these leaves using Internet of Thing (IoT) based image acquisition and nutrition analyser devices. The former captures the color of the leaf and the latter helps in finding the nutrients in each zone based on the image captured by the device. The study uses an improved convolutional neural network to detect automatically the nutrients present in a leaf. The type of leaf is considered from the plants including coriander, tomato, pepper, chili, etc. The Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) is used to extract the patterns of leaf images from the data capturing IoT devices and nutrition analyser device. The system stores and process the data in cloud, where the CNN integrated in Virtual Machines enables the process of input data and process it and sends the report to the authority. A total of 3000 images are collected out of various disorders in five different plants. A 5 fold crossvalidation is conducted on training and testing dataset. The system is tested in terms of accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, fmeasure, geometric mean and percentage error. The comparison made with existing models shows an improved detection accuracy by CNN than other deep learning models.
0

1175
1186


R
Sathyavani
Department of IT, Institute Of Road and Transport Technology, Erode, India.
Iran
sathyavanikarthikeyan@gmail.com


K
JaganMohan
Department of IT, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India.
Iran
auitjagan@gmail.com


B
Kalaavathi
Department of CSE, KSR Institute for Engineering and Technology, Tiruchengode, India.
Iran
kalabhuvanesh@gmail.com
Plant Leaf Nutrients
Detection
Convolutional Neural Network
Internet of Things
1

Supervision calamity of public opinion actions based on field programmable gate array and machine learning
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5195.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5195
1
The community's rise, public opinion network's popularity, and emergency personnel's advancement have changed drastically. Individuals can now go online from any place and through communications systems to share their opinions and attitudes more efficiently and more often. As illustrated by the preceeding network approach, public sentiment on neural networks and IoT is critical for the public sector, the public interest, and a special event in an emergency (IoT). In terms of data security and anonymity, the proposed program is not safe and has environmental problems. Network public opinion's approach is based on FPGAs and machine education. FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Array) Instant perspectives, possible future themes, knowledge exchange, excellent content and Team variance are used to build machine learning. In this popular sentiment network, several disasters have seriously threatened the security of our community. Public views on disaster networks in all type of internet media, such as internet news, blogs and webpages, are inextricably connected with society. This plays into unprecedented stress the ability of the government to deal with crises and their consequences.
0

1187
1198


A
Rao
Department of CSE, Dhanekula Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vijayawada, India.
Iran
asr.unguturu@gmail.com


Brahmadesam
Krishna
Department of CSE, Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai, India.
Iran
krishna.bv@rajalakshmi.edu.in


D
Saravanan
Department of CSE, IFET Colleg of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
Iran
saranmds@gmail.com


D
David
Department of CSE, Jeppiaar Engineering College, Chennai, India.
Iran
beulahdavid@jeppiaarcollege.org


O
Devi
Department of CSE, Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering, Mylavaram, India.
Iran
odugu.rama@gmail.com


Anju
Asokan
Department of ECE, Sri Krishna College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.
Iran
anjuasokan@skct.edu.in


D
David
Department of CSE, IFET Colleg of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
Iran
sdstalindavid707@gmail.com
Emergency Management
Network Public Opinion Events
FPGA and Machine Learning
1

A new modification of Kalman filter algorithm
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5221.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5221
1
This study is concerned with estimating random data and in the presence of noise, as we used the Kalman filter estimation method through the backpropagation algorithm to estimate these data. This is because modern estimation methods have become more important as they were in the past years due to the expansion of the field of science and technology and the increasing data Therefore, the interest became in estimation methods that solve the noise problems that occur in the data. The Kalman filter has become one of the most popular and most reliable estimators in case of data noise. This study tests the use of the Kalman filter and Back Propagation algorithm to estimate the data containing noise and compare the results with the proposed method on the same data. The data is generated randomly in the simulation study. The results showed that Kalman is more efficient in filtering noise from the data and giving a lower mean square error compared to the backpropagation algorithm, but the results of the proposed method outperformed the results of the Kalman filter and the backpropagation with the least possible error.
0

1199
1212


Ahmed
Radhi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq
Iran
ahmedalshmirty@gmail.com


Zainab
Abdul Redhaa
Ministry of Education, Najaf, Iraq
Iran
zainaba.allahibi@student.uokufa.edu.iq


Irtefaa A.
Neamah
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq
Iran
irtefaa.radhi@uokufa.edu.iq
Kalman filter
backpropagation algorithms
estimation
machine learning
1

The generalized (2 + 1) and (3+1)dimensional with advanced analytical wave solutions via computational applications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5222.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5222
1
The analytical solutions for an important generalized Nonlinear evolution equations NLEEs dynamical partial differential equations (DPDEs) that involve independent variables represented by the (2 + 1)dimensional breaking soliton equation, the (2 + 1)dimensional CalogeroBogoyavlenskiiSchiff (CBS) equation, and the (2 +1)dimensional Bogoyavlenskii's breaking soliton equation (BE), and some new exact propagating solutions to a generalized (3+1)dimensional KP equation with variable coefficients are constructed by using a new algorithm of the first integral method (NAFIM) and determined some analytical solutions by appointing special values of the parameters. In addition to that, we showed a new variety and unique travelling wave solutions by graphical illustration with symbolic computations.
0

1213
1241


Faeza
Hasan
Mathematics Department, Education for Pure Science Faculty, Basrah University, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
fahas90@yahoo.co.uk


Mohamed
Abdoon
Department of Basic Science (Mathematics), Deanship of Common First Year, Majmaah University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Iran
m.alameen@mu.edu.sa
First integral method
Nonlinear evolution equations
Solitary waves solutions
Graphical representation
Symbolic computation
1

Modelling covid19 data using double geometric stochastic process
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5224.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5224
1
Some properties of the geometric stochastic process (GSP) are studied along with those of a related process which we propose to call the Double geometric stochastic process (DGSP), under certain conditions. This process also has the same advantages of tractability as the geometric stochastic process; it exhibits some properties which may make it a useful complement to the multiple Trends geometric stochastic process. Also, it may be fit to observed data as easily as the geometric stochastic process. As a first attempt, the proposed model was applied to model the data and the Coronavirus epidemic in Iraq to reach the best model that represents the data under study. A chicken swarm optimization algorithm is proposed to choose the best model representing the data, in addition to estimating the parameters a, b, (mu), and (sigma^{2}) of the double geometric stochastic process, where (mu) and (sigma^{2}) are the mean and variance of (X_{1}), respectively.
0

1243
1254


Omar
Jasim
College of Administration and Economics, University of AlHamdaniya, Iraq
Iran
omar.ramzi89@uohamdaniya.edu.iq


Qutaiba
Nauef
College of Administration and Economics, University of Bagdad, Iraq
Iran
dr.qutaiba@coadec.uobaghdad.edu.iq
double geometric stochastic process
geometric stochastic process
Parameter estimation
chicken swarm optimization algorithm
multiple monotone trends
root mean square criteria
1

Improvement in credit card fraud detection using ensemble classification technique and user data
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5228.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5228
1
Financial fraud is a serious problem in banking system. Credit card fraud is growing with increasing Internet usage, as it becomes very simple to collect user data and do fraud transaction. Fortunately, all records including fraud and legit transactions are present in the financial record. Improved data mining techniques are now capable to find solutions for such outlier detections. Financial data is freely available in many sources, but this data has some challenges like,1) the profile of legit and fraudulent behavior changes constantly, 2) there is a class imbalance problem in dataset, because less than 3% transaction are fraud, 3) transaction verification latency is also one more problem. All this data issues are handled using preprocessing techniques like cleaning and reduction. Main aim of this research is to find out, output attribute "is Fraud", with better time complexity. To this end, Kmeans, Random Forest and J48 algorithm is used, and its accuracy rates are compared to find best fit preprocessing and machine learning algorithm. It is observed that accuracy rate of Random Forest is 93.8% when both global and local dataset is used.
0

1255
1265


Evan
Al Rubaie
College of Engineering, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq.
Iran
eng.evan.rubae@uobabylon.edu.iq
Credit card transaction
Global dataset
User dataset
J48
Kmeans clustering
Random forest
Ensemble method
1

Viscous dissipation and thermal radiation effects on the flow of Maxwell nanofluid over a stretching surface
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5229.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18958.2045
1
An analysis is made to examine the viscous dissipation and thermal effects on magneto hydrodynamic mixed convection stagnation point flow of Maxwell nanofluid passing over a stretching surface. The governing partial differential equations are transformed into a system of ordinary differential equations by utilizing similarity transformations. An effective shooting technique of Newton is utilize to solve the obtained ordinary differential equations. Furthermore, we compared our results with the existing results for especial cases. which are in an excellent agreement. The effects of sundry parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration distributions are examined and presented in the graphical form. These nondimensional parameters are the velocity ratio parameter $(A)$, Biot number $(Bi$), Lewis number $(Le)$, magnetic parameter $(M)$, heat generation/absorption coefficients $left(A^*,B^*right)$, viscoelastic parameters $left(betaright)$, Prandtl number $(Pr)$, Brownian motion parameter $(Nb)$, Eckert number $left(Ecright)$, Radiation parameter $left(Rright)$ and local Grashof number $(Gc; Gr).$
An analysis is made to examine the viscous dissipation and thermal effects on magneto hydrodynamic mixed convection stagnation point flow of Maxwell nanofluid passing over a stretching surface. The governing partial differential equations are transformed into a system of ordinary differential equations by utilizing similarity transformations. An effective shooting technique of Newton is utilize to solve the obtained ordinary differential equations. Furthermore, we compared our results with the existing results for especial cases. which are in an excellent agreement. The effects of sundry parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration distributions are examined and presented in the graphical form. These nondimensional parameters are the velocity ratio parameter $(A)$, Biot number $(Bi$), Lewis number $(Le)$, magnetic parameter $(M)$, heat generation/absorption coefficients $left(A^*,B^*right)$, viscoelastic parameters $left(betaright)$, Prandtl number $(Pr)$, Brownian motion parameter $(Nb)$, Eckert number $left(Ecright)$, Radiation parameter $left(Rright)$ and local Grashof number $(Gc; Gr).$
0

1267
1287


G
Narender
Department of Humanities and Sciences(Mathematics), CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad, Telangana State, India
Iran
gnriimc@gmail.com


K
Govardhan
Department of Mathematics, GITAM University, Hyderabad, Telangana State, India
Iran
govardhan_kmtm@yahoo.co.in


G
Sreedhar Sarma
Department of Humanities and Sciences(Mathematics), CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad,Telangana State, India.
Iran
sarma.sreedhar@gmail.com
Maxwell Nanofluid
viscous dissipation
Prandtl number
Velocity ratio parameter
Adam’s – Moultan Method
1

New common best proximity point theorems in complete metric space with weak $P$property
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5230.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2019.18535.2020
1
In this paper, we define $phi$contraction, after that; we obtained the common best proximity point results for different types of contractions in the setting of complete metric spaces by using weak pproperty and proved the uniqueness of these points. Also, we presented an example to support our results.
0

1289
1297


Ali
Ganjbakhsh Sanatee
Department of Mathematics, Quchan University of Technology, Quchan, Iran
Iran
a.ganjbakhsh@qiet.ac.ir


Mahdi
Iranmanesh
Department of pure Mathematics, Shahrood University of Tehnology, Shahrood, Iran
Iran
m.iranmanesh2012@gmail.com
common best proximity point
weak $P$property
$phi$contraction
1

Fixed point theorems of noncommuting mappings in bmultiplicative metric spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5231.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22582.2388
1
In this paper, we discuss some common fixed point theorems for compatible mappings of type $(E)$ and $R$weakly commuting mappings of type $(P)$ of a complete $b$multiplicative metric space along with some examples. As an application, we establish an existence and uniqueness theorem for a solution of a system of multiplicative integral equations. In the last section, we introduce the concept of $R$multiplicative metric space by giving some examples and at the end of the section, we give an open question.
0

1299
1315


Maibam
Singh
Department of Mathematics, Manipur, 795003, Manipur University, Canchipur Imphal, India
India
mranjitmu@rediffmail.com


Thangjam
Singh
MU, Department of Mathematics, Manipur, 795003
Manipur University, Canchipur, Manipur, India.
India
btsalun29@gmail.com


Yumnam
Singh
Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, Manipur Institute of Technology, Takyelpat795004, Manipur, India
India
ymahenmit@rediffmail.com
compatible mappings of type (E)
Rweakly commuting mappings of type (P)
multiplicative metric space
bmultiplicative metric space
common fixed points
compatible mapping
Rmultiplicative metric space
orthogonal set
1

Best proximity point theorems by $K$, $C$ and $mathcal{MT}$ types in $b$metric spaces with an application
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5232.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.19156.2060
1
In this paper, we introduce the concept of weak $mathcal{MT}K$ rational cyclic and weak $mathcal{MT}C$ rational cyclic conditions and a combination of both conditions in what we call weak $mathcal{MT}KC$ rational cyclic condition. We investigate some best proximity points theorems for a pair of mappings that satisfy these conditions that have been established in $b$metric spaces. Our results include an application to the nonlinear integral equation as well.
0

1317
1329


Setareh
Ghezellou
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
sghezelloo@yahoo.com


Mahdi
Azhini
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University,
Tehran, Iran.
Iran
m.azhini@srbiau.ac.ir


Mehdi
Asadi
Department of Mathematics, Zanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Zanjan, Iran
Iran
masadi.azu@gmail.com
$b$metric space
$mathcal{MT}$function
Rational cyclic condition
Cyclic map
best proximity point
1

Dynamic investment portfolio optimization using a multivariate Merton model with correlated jump risk
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5233.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23421.2538
1
In this paper, we are concerned with the optimization of a dynamic investment portfolio when the securities which follow a multivariate Merton model with dependent jumps are periodically invested and proceed by approximating the ConditionValueatRisk (CVaR) by comonotonic bounds and maximize the expected terminal wealth. Numerical studies, as well as applications of our results to real datasets, are also provided.
0

1331
1341


Bahareh
Afhami
Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
Iran
baharehafhami@math.uk.ac.ir


Mohsen
Rezapour
Department of Biostatistics & Data Science, School of Public Health, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), Houston, Texas
Iran
mohsen.r.toughari@uth.tmc.edu


Mohsen
Madadi
Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
Iran
madadi@uk.ac.ir


Vahed
Maroufy
Department of Biostatistics & Data Science, School of Public Health, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), Houston, Texas
Iran
vahed.maroufy@uth.tmc.edu
Risk analysis
Conditional tail expectation
Merton Model
Geometric Brownian motion
Comonotonicity
1

Some properties of generalized fundamentally nonexpansive mappings in Banach spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5234.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.19290.2070
1
In this paper, we introduce a condition on mappings and show that the class of these mappings is broader than both the class of mappings satisfying condition (C) and the class of fundamentally nonexpansive mappings, and it is incomparable with the class of quasinonexpansive mappings and the class of mappings satisfying condition (L). Furthermore, we present some convergence theorems and fixed point theorems for mappings satisfying the condition in the setting of Banach spaces. Finally, an example is given to support the usefulness of our results.
0

1343
1352


Mohammad
Moosaei
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Basic Sciences, BuAli Sina University, Hamedan, Iran
Iran
moosaeimohammad@gmail.com
fixed point
fundamentally nonexpansive mappings
generalized nonexpansive mappings
Opial's condition
Quasinonexpansive mappings
uniformly convex in every direction Banach spaces
weakly compact
1

A secure ECG signal transmission for heart disease diagnosis
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5235.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5235
1
Due to the high sampling rate, the recorded Electrocardiograms (ECG) data are huge. For storing and transmitting ECG data, wide spaces and more bandwidth are therefore needed. The ECG data are also very important to preprocessing and compress so that it is distributed and processed with less bandwidth and less space effectively. This manuscript is aimed at creating an effective ECG compression method. The reported ECG data are processed first in the preprocessing unit (ProUnit) in this method. In this unit, ECG data have been standardized and segmented. The resulting ECG data would then be sent to the Compression Unit (CompUnit). The unit consists of an algorithm for lossy compression (LosyComp), with a lossless algorithm for compression (LossComp). The randomness ECG data is transformed into high randomness data by the failure compression algorithm. The data's high redundancy is then used with the LosyComp algorithm to reach a high compression ratio (CR) with no degradation. The LossComp algorithms recommended in this manuscript are the Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) and Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT). LossComp algorithms such as Arithmetic Encoding (Arithm) and Run Length Encoding (RLE) are also suggested. To evaluate the proposed method, we measure the Compression Time (CompTime), and Reconstruction Time (RecTime) (T), RMSE and CR. Simulation results suggest the highest output in compression ratio and in complexity by adding RLE after the DCT algorithm. The simulation findings indicate that the inclusion of RLE following the DCT algorithm increases performance in terms of CR and complexity. With CR = 55% with RMSE = 0:14 and above 94% with RMSE = 0:2, DCT as a LossComp algorithm was utilized initially, followed by RLE as a LossComp algorithm.
0

1353
1370


Azmi
Abdulbaqi
College of Computer Science & Information Technology, University of Anbar, Iraq
Iran
msc@uoanbar.edu.iq


Abbas
Abdulhameed
Department of Computer Science, College of Science, AL Mustansiriyah University, Iraq.
Iran
abbasabdulazeez@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Ahmed
Obaid
Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq.
Iran
ahmedj.aljanaby@uokufa.edu.iq
ECG (Electrocardiogram)
Compression ratio (CR)
Signal quality
1

Modelling USChina relationship: A game theory perspective
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5237.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5237
1
Relation between China and the US is one of the most complex relations among the major powers in the world. The aim of this paper is to model China and the US economic relations. We used the new system named Dynamic system of strategic games for this purpose.
0

1371
1382


Nader
Asghari
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, P.O. Box 35195363, Semnan, Iran
Iran
n.asghari@semnan.ac.ir


Madjid
Eshaghi
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, P.O. Box 35195363, Semnan, Iran
Iran
meshaghi@semnan.ac.ir


Ali
Ghaffari
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, P.O. Box 35195363, Semnan, Iran
Iran
aghaffari@semnan.ac.ir
International relations
game theory
Dynamic system of strategic games
Nash equilibrium
1

Analysing the impact of the parametric model correction of premium rate on financing social security's longterm commitments using actuarial knowledge
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5238.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23696.2584
1
This survey involves the examination of the rate change that is the right to have insurance is one three parametric models (premium rate, experience and age of retirement in financing social security organization by using actuary knowledge and computational software such as ILOPENS. The statistical population of this survey is the social security organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The population and community, are variables because they are huge, there is not statistical sample. And to achieve the hypothesis goal which is based on the total number of the insured persons, pensioners and the source of income of the organization from 2013 – 2019as well as estimating the number of resources available in order to fulfil long term commitment it is actuarial calculations in long term period for commitment payment in long term. In this study the effect of change in rate, insurance right is 1%5% and the effect is considered over 70 years’ time, on the sustainability resource of the organization and it is measured and examined. In addition, considering the limitation and risk taken from these implements of the parameter are described below and according to the results obtained in case of application, the point of balance was postponed until 1413, and during this time, the necessary resources for paying the commitment is provided. The short gap is an opportunity for the social security organization, to have enough time for long term planning which is a structured reform.
0

1383
1397


Hadi
Farhadi
Ph.D. Student in Accounting, Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad
Iran
h_farhadi_1975@yahoo.com


Babak
Jamshidinavid
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran.
Iran
jamshidinavid@iauksh.ac.ir


Mehrdad
Ghanbari
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
mehrdadghanbary@yahoo.com


Rohollah
Jamshid Pour
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
r.jamshidpour@gmail.com
Parametric reform
Financing
Long term commitment
Actuary
Social security organization
1

Variable coefficient fractional partial differential equations by BaseChebyshev method
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5239.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5239
1
In this paper, the invariant subspace method is generalized and improved and is then used together with the Chebyshev polynomial to approximate the solution of the nonlinear, mixed fractional partial differential equations $FPDEs$ with constant, nonconstant coefficients. Some examples are given here to illustrate the efficiency of this method.
0

1399
1411


Hasan
Shather
Department of Mathematics, Ministry of Education, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
hasanshather1968@gmail.com
fractional partial differential equation
Caputo fractional derivative
invariant subspace method
Chebyshev polynomial approximate
1

Nonlinear fractional differential equations with advanced arguments
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5240.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.13473.1697
1
In this paper, we develop the existence and uniqueness theory of fractional differential equation involving RiemannLiouville differential operator of order $0 < alpha< 1$, with advanced argument and integral boundary conditions. We investigate the uniqueness of the solution by using Banach fixed point theorem, we apply the comparison result to obtain the existence and uniqueness of solution by monotone iterative technique also by using weakly coupled extremal solution for the nonlinear boundary value problem (BVP). As an application of this technique, existence and uniqueness results are obtained.
0

1413
1423


Bakr
Rizqan
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Applied Sciences and Arts, Amran University, Amran, Yemen
Yemen
bakeralhaaiti@yahoo.com


Dnyanoba
Dhaigude
Department of Mathematics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad  431004, India
India
dnyanrajaa@gmail.com
Fractional di¤erential equations with advanced argument
RiemannLiouville fractional derivatives
existence and uniqueness
monotone iterative technique
lower and upper solution
integral boundary condition
1

Fixed points of a new class of compatible mappings satisfying an implicit relation via inverse $C$lass function
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5258.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20948.2216
1
In this paper, we establish some common fixed point theorems of a new class of compatible mappings satisfying an implicit relation via inverse $C$class function.
0

1425
1440


Yumnam
Singh
Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, Manipur Institute of Technology, A Constituent College of Manipur University, Takyelpat795004, Manipur, India
India
ymahenmit@rediffmail.com


Mukesh
Jain
Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities, Manipur Institute of Technology, A constituent college of Manipur
University, Takelpat 795004, Manipur, India
India
mukesh.jain2007@rediffmail.com
$mathcal{S}_{mathcal{T}}$compatible mappings
weakly compatible
implicit relation
inverse $C$class function
Fixed point
1

Function weighted $mathcal{G}$metric spaces and Hausdorff $Delta$distances; an application to fixed point theory
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5259.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20547.2167
1
In this paper, we introduce a new space which is a generalization of function weighted metric space introduced by Jleli and Samet [On a new generalization of metric spaces, J. Fixed Point Theory Appl. 2018, 20:128] where namely function weighted $mathcal{G}$metric space. Also, a Hausdorff $Delta$distance is introduced in these spaces. Then several fixed point results for both singlevalued and multivalued mappings in such spaces are proved. We also construct some examples for the validity of the given results and present an application to the existence of a solution of the Volterratype integral equation.
0

1441
1452


Ehsan
Lotfali Ghasab
Department of Mathematics, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
Iran
elotfali@stu.scu.ac.ir


Hamid
Majani
Department of Mathematics, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
Iran
majani.hamid@gmail.com
Function weighted $mathcal{G}$metric space
Hausdorff $Delta$distance
coupled coincidence point
Common coupled fixed point
1

Training analysis of optimization models in machine learning
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5261.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5261
1
Machine learning is fast evolving, with numerous theoretical advances and applications in a variety of domains. In reality, most machine learning algorithms are based on optimization issues. This interaction is also explored in the special topic on machine learning and largescale optimization. Furthermore, machine learning optimization issues have several unique characteristics that are rarely seen in other optimization contexts. Aside from that, the notions of classical optimization vs machine learning will be discussed. Finally, this study will give an outline of these particular aspects of machine learning optimization.
0

1453
1461


Ahmed
Alridha
Department of Mathematics Science, Ministry of Education, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
amqa92@yahoo.com


Fadhil
Wahbi
Department of Mathematics Science, Ministry of Education, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
fadhilf40@gmail.com


Mazin
Kadhim
Department of Mathematics Science, Ministry of Education, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
mazen.marjan22@gmail.com
machine learning
mathematical programming
optimization techniques
1

Explaining the role of financial leverage speed of adjustment (SOA) during the firm life cycle
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5266.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23393.2528
1
This paper analyzes differences in speed of adjustment (SOA) across three life cycle stages of European listed firms: introduction, growth, maturity, decline, and fall. Dickenson's model based on cash flow has been used to divide different periods. For this purpose, the role of four determinants of profitability and intangible assets, growth opportunities, and size on SOA was investigated using the GMM (generalized torque) method. For this purpose, 153 firms listed firms on the Tehran Stock Exchange in the ten years 20092019 were selected, and data were analyzed by Stata and Eviews software. The results do not support by tradeoff theory (TOT) and pecking order theory (POT) because according to these theories, the SOA of financial leverage is not completed during different stages of the life cycle. Higher speed in the introduction stage provides a different analysis than the growth stage. In addition, results show a lower increase in costs for firms that change from growth to maturity than for firms that change from introduction to growth.
0

1463
1475


Hamed
Salehi Saber
Department of Economics and Accounting, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
hsalehisaber@gmail.com


Yadolah
Tariverdi
Department of Economics and Accounting, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
yad.tariverdi@iauctb.ac.ir


Afsaneh
Tavangar
Department of Economics and Accounting, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
a_tavangar@iauctb.ac.ir


Amir Reza
Keyghobadi
Department of Economics and Accounting, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
a.keyghobadi@iauctb.ac.ir
Capital structure
Target leverage
Firm’s life cycle
Speed of adjustment, GMM method
1

On the complex SEE change and systems of ordinary differential equations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5267.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5267
1
In this paper, we present the properties and meaning of the new indispensable change, called complex SEE the change. Farther, we use the complex SEE integral change to solve systems of ordinary differential equations (ODEs).
0

1477
1483


Eman
Mansour
Department of Mathematics, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
iman.am73@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Sadiq
Mehdi
Department of Mathematics, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
sadiqmehdi71@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Emad A.
Kuffi
College of Engineering, AlQadisiyah University, AlQadisiyah, Iraq
Iran
emad.abbas@qu.edu.iq
Complex SEE change
arrangement of differential conditions
1

Weak subsequential continuity in fuzzy metric spaces and application
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5276.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20449.2153
1
Compatibility of type (E) and weak subsequential continuity is utilized in a fuzzy metric space for the existence of a common fixed point. Illustrations and an application are stated to elucidate our outcomes.
0

1485
1496


Said
Beloul
Operators theory and PDE Laboratory, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Exact Sciences, University of El Oued,
P.O.Box789, ElOued 39000, Algeria
Algeria
beloulsaid@gmail.com


Anita
Tomar
Department of Mathematics, Government Degree College Thatyur, Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India
India
anitatmr@yahoo.com


Sharma
Ritu
Department of Mathematics, V. S. K. C. Government P. G. College Dakpathar, Dehradun (Uttrakhand), India
India
ritus4184@gmail.com
Compatibility of type (E)
Fuzzy metric space
dynamic programming functional equation
weak subsequential continuity
1

Improving air pollution detection accuracy and status monitoring based on supervised learning systems and Internet of Things
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5278.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5278
1
In recent decades air pollution and its associated health risks are in growing numbers. Detecting air pollution in the environment and alarming the people may accomplish various advantages among health monitoring, telemedicine, and industrial sectors. A novel method of detecting air pollution using supervised learning models and an alert system using IoT is proposed. The main aim of the research is manifold: a) Air pollution data is preprocessed using the feature scaling method, b) The feature selection and feature extraction process done followed by performing a Recurrent Neural Network and c) The predicted data is stored in the cloud server, and it provides the endusers with an alert when the threshold pollution index exceeds. The proposed RNN reports enhanced performance when tested against traditional machine learning models such as Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN), Deep Neural Networks(DNN), and Artificial Neural Networks(ANN) for parameters such as accuracy, specificity, and sensitivity.
0

1497
1511


D
Saravanan
Department of CSE, IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
Iran
saranmds@gmail.com


K
Kumar
Department of IT, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India.
Iran
santhosh09539@gmail.com
Internet of Things
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN)
Deep Neural Networks (DNN)
and Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
Recurrent Neural Network
1

A Novel deep learning framework for improving the quality of services using block chain technology
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5280.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5280
1
Electronic Health Record (EHR) holds immensely sensitive information and consisting of crucial data related to the patients. Storing and organizing such data is highly arduous task. Researches still going on to improve the Quality of Service (QOS) of such data. Existing study focused only on improving the system throughput, privacy and latency issues. But they did not tend to scrutinize the scalability and privacy of such data records. In this paper, we propose a novel deep learning framework to improve the Quality of Service using block chain technology. Initially the data is classified into high priority and low priority based on its nature by using Recurrent Neural Network (RNN). Then, the classified high priority data is further allowed to each block of a block chain and the low priority data is stored and maintained as log file. Finally, the results are compared based on the evaluation metrics which demonstrates our proposed novel deep learning framework achieves better accuracy.
0

1513
1529


P
Parthiban
Department of CSE, IFET Colleg of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
Iran
saranmds@gmail.com


K
Kumar
Department of IT, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India.
Iran
santhosh09539@gmail.com
Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Quality of Service (QoS)
Recurrent Neural Network (RNN)
Block chain
1

Using alignmentfree methods as preprocessing stage to classification whole genomes
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5281.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5281
1
In bioinformatics systems, the study of genetics is a popular research discipline. These systems depend on the amount of similarity between the biological data. These data are based on DNA sequences or raw sequencing reads. In the preprocessing stage, there are several methods for measuring similarity between sequences. The most popular of these methods is the alignment method and alignmentfree method, which are applied to determine the amount of functional matching between sequences of nucleotides DNA, ribosome RNA, or proteins. Alignmentbased methods pose a great challenge in terms of computational complexity, In addition to delaying the time to search for a match, especially if the data is heterogeneous and its size is huge, and thus the classification accuracy decreases in the postprocessing stage. Alignmentfree methods have overcome the challenges of alignmentbased methods for measuring the distance between sequences, The size of the data used is 1000 genomes uploaded from National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), after eliminating the missing and irrelevant values, it becomes 860 genomes, ready to be segmented into words by the kmer analysis, after which the frequency of each word is counted for each query. The size of a word depends on a value of k. In this paper we used a value of k =3 ….8, for each iteration will count times of frequencies words.
0

1531
1539


Najah Abed
Shanan
Computer Department, Science College for Women, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
najahhadi78@gmail.com


Hussein
Lafta
Computer Department, Science College for Women, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
hzazmk@yahoo.com


Sura
Alrashid
College of Information Technology, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Iran
sura_os@itnet.uobabylon.edu.iq
16S RNA
DNA
kmers
1

Origindestination trip pattern representative by using bluetooth data collection on the arterial road network, Bangkok, Thailand
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5282.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5282
1
In this paper, an efficient GV1CG is developed to optimizing the modified conjugate gradient algorithm by using a new conjugate property. This is to increase the speed of the convergence and retain the characteristic mass convergence using the conjugate property. This used property is proposed to public functions as it is not necessary to be a quadratic and convex function. The descent sharp property and comprehensive convergence for the proposed improved algorithm have been proved. Numerical results on some test function indicate that the new CGmethod outperforms many of the similar methods in this field.
0

1541
1562


Rattanaporn
Kasemsri
aSchool of Civil Engineering, Institute of Engineering, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30000,
Thailand.
Iran
rattanaporn7777@gmail.com


Tetsuhiro
Ishizaka
bCollege of Science and Technology, NihonUniversity, Chiba, 2748501, Japan.
Iran
ishizaka.tetsuhiro@nihonu.ac.jp


Piyapong
Suwanno
College of Industrial Technology and Management, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80210, Thailand.
Iran
piyapong.su@rmutsv.ac.th
Conjugate gradient
Developed conjugation property
Improved algorithm
Optimization
Global convergence
Descent Direction
1

Resilience in semantic networks: A new approach for studying language impairment in Alzheimer's disease
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5284.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22221.2339
1
Language Impairment in Alzheimer's disease can occur because of deficits in semantic levels of language processing. It can be studied using computational models of language such as complex semantic networks which are strongly related to semantic memory. We hypothesize that the concept of resilience in scalefree semantic networks can truly model and predict semantic language deficit in Alzheimer's disease. We suggest that increasing the variety of words in the lexicon of patients with Alzheimer's disease, improves the resilience of their semantic networks through breakdowns. Moreover, enlarging the size of the semantic networks of patients with Alzheimer's disease can make these networks more resilient.
0

1563
1566


SomayehSadat
HashemiKamangar
Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
soshashemi@gmail.com


Shahriar
Gharibzadeh
Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University, Daneshjou Boulevard, District 1, Tehran, Iran
Iran
s_gharibzadeh@sbu.ac.ir


Fatemeh
Bakouie
Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
fatemeh.bakouie@gmail.com
Alzheimer's disease
Language Impairment
Semantic Networks
Resilience
1

An intellectual procurement innovation of smart grid power system with wireless communication networks based on machine learning
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5285.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5285
1
The phased array antenna is one of the most significant applications in fifthgeneration mobile networks. It is one of the most important applications in fifthgeneration networks. An electric power source that powers the whole application, including the antenna's root, is required. Even with the most outstanding design, if the programme does not have a sound power supply system with minimal packet loss and can't Path find performance, it will be rendered ineffective. When seen from the perspective of the multiplex information, Machine Learning comprises a communication network based on the Internet that transmits information to the control centre via the objects (IOT). To put it another way, the proposed communication infrastructure, via the provision of, and the chance microgrid state to collect, analyze, and twoway communication link control information, offers the chance to resolve the voltage regulation issues. This cuttingedge communication infrastructure, as well as a suggested state estimation filter focused on improving speed and performance in renewable energy production, are both examples of creative communication infrastructure. Current research is focused on analyzing and enumerating a range of energy abundances in the context of smart grids, which are now in their fifth generation. Rather than concentrating on the future development plan, which should be a problem of illusion, it should concentrate on the composition of the future potential of smart grid communications framework. An indepth investigation to give evidence to the Machine learning will help intelligent networks in the future conduct a thorough evaluation.
0

1567
1576


M
Sathya
Department of CSE, Islamiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India.
Iran
msathya15@gmail.com


K
Gunalan
Department of EEE, R. M. K College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai, India.
Iran
gunalan@rmkcet.ac.in


Manohar
S
Department of ECE, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Bengaluru, India.
Iran
manoharbs@jssateb.ac.in


T
Anil Kumar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vignan’s Foundation for Science Technology and Research, Andra Pradesh, India.
Iran
mech@vignan.ac.in


Shaik
Shafi
Department of ECE, B V Raju Institute of Technology, Telangana, India.
Iran
shaikshafi245@gmail.com


G
Johncy
Department of CSE, St.Xavier’s Catholic College of Engineering, Kanyakumari, India.
Iran
johncy@sxcce.edu.in
Internet of Things (IoT)
machine learning
communication infrastructure provides
Smart grid power supply system
1

Walsh functions and their applications to solving nonlinear fractional Volterra integrodifferential equation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5286.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.19846.2108
1
In this article, we extended an efficient computational method based on Walsh operational matrix to find an approximate solution of nonlinear fractional order Volterra integrodifferential equation, First, we present the fractional Walsh operational matrix of integration and differentiation. Then by applying this method, the nonlinear fractional Volterra integrodifferential equation is reduced into a system of algebraic equation. The benefits of this method are the lowcost of setting up the equations without applying any projection method such as collocation, Galerkin, etc. The results show that the method is very accuracy and efficiency.
0

1577
1589


Amirahmad
Khajehnasiri
Department of Mathematics, North Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
a.khajehnasiri@gmail.com


Reza
Ezzati
Department of Mathematics, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, Iran
Iran
ezati@kiau.ac.ir


Akbar
Jafari Shaerlar
Department of Mathematics, Khalkhal Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khalkhal, Iran
Iran
jafarishaerlar@yahoo.com
Walsh functions
Operational matrix. Blockpulse functions
Fractional calculus
1

Parametric regression analysis of bivariate the proportional hazards model with current status data
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5289.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5289
1
In this paper, we show the maximum sieved probability of each of the finite Dimensional parameters in a marginal Proportional Hazards risk model with bivariate current position data. We used the copula model to model the combined distribution of bivariate survival times. Simulation studies reveal that the proposed estimations for it have good finite sample properties.
0

1591
1598


Wisam
Ghafil
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of ThiQar, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
wisam.kamil@utq.edu.iq


Rana
Shamkhi
Department of Pharmacognosy and Medicinal Plant, College of Pharmacy, University of Basrah, Basrah, Iraq
Iran
rana413427@gmail.com
Bivariate current status data
Efficient estimation
Hazards Model
1

Numerical solutions of Abel integral equations via Touchard and Laguerre polynomials
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5290.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5290
1
In this article, two numerical methods based on Touchard and Laguerre polynomials were presented to solve Abel integral (AI) equations. Touchard and Laguerre matrices were utilized to transform Abel integral equations into an algebraic system of linear equations. Solve this system of these equations to obtain Touchard and Laguerre parameters. Four examples are given to demonstrate the presented methods. The solutions were compared with the solutions in the literature.
0

1599
1609


Jalil
Talab Abdullah
College of Administration and Economics, Wasit University, Iraq
Iran
jabd@uowasit.edu.iq


Bushra
Sweedan Naseer
Institute of Medical Technology, AlMansour, Middle Technical University, Iraq
Iran
bushrasewdan@gmail.com


Balasim
Taha Abdllrazak
College of Engineering, AlMustansiriya University, Iraq
Iran
balasimth@gmail.com
Abel integral equation
Numerical Solution
singular Volterra
Touchard polynomials
Laguerre polynomials
1

The impact of diffusion of innovation model on user behavioral intention in adopting social media marketing
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5291.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5291
1
Social media has become a new orientation and attitude for businesses today. Tools and methods for communicating with the customers have changed enormously with the revelation of social media and it has become a channel and an instrument that marketers can extend their marketing campaigns to a wider range of consumers. The research purpose of this article is to analyze the impact of diffusion of innovation model on behavioral intention in adopting social media marketing with the moderator role of subjective norms in Iranian users. By making use of an online exploration, this study gathers data from 253 experienced socialmedia users in Iran. We have utilized partial least squares structural equation modeling to examine the links between items of diffusion of innovation model, social media marketing adoption, behavioral intention and subjective norms. The results revealed that diffusion of innovation influence was found as a nominative determinant of users’ behavioral intention to adopting social media marketing while behavioral intentions were also found to have positive significant association towards users’ behavioral intention to adopt social media marketing. In addition, the results of the empirical study showed that subjective norms moderated the relation between diffusion of innovation and customer behavioral intention.
0

1611
1632


Sahar
Farajnezhad
Faculty of Management, Economics and Accounting, Department of Management, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran.
Iran
saharfarajnezhad@yahoo.com


Hossein
Bodaghi Khajeh Noubar
Faculty of Management, Economics and Accounting, Department of Management, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad
University, Tabriz, Iran.
Iran
budaghi@yahoo.com


Sirus
Fakhimi Azar
Faculty of Management, Economics and Accounting, Department of Management, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad
University, Tabriz, Iran.
Iran
fakhimiazar@iaut.ac.ir
Behavioral intention
Adopting social media marketing
Diffusion of innovation model
Subjective norms
1

Solution of Riccati matrix differential equation using new approach of variational iteration method
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5292.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5292
1
To obtain the approximate solution to Riccati matrix differential equations, a new variational iteration approach was proposed, which is suggested to improve the accuracy and increase the convergence rate of the approximate solutons to the exact solution. This technique was found to give very accurate results in a few number of iterations. In this paper, the modified approaches were derived to give modified solutions of proposed and used and the convergence analysis to the exact solution of the derived sequence of approximate solutions is also stated and proved. Two examples were also solved, which shows the reliability and applicability of the proposed approach.
0

1633
1640


Fadhel
Fadhel
Department of Mathematics and Computer Applications, College of Science, AlNahrain University, Iraq.
Iran
fsf@sc.nahrainuniv.edu.iq


Huda
Altaie
Department of Mathematics, College of Education For Pure Scineces, Ibn AlHaitham, University of Baghdad, Iraq.
Iran
dr.huda_hm2019@yahoo.com
Riccati matrix differential equation
Variational iteration method
Differential equation
He's method
Exact solution
Approximate solutions.
1

Some applications of independent compatible edges topology
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5293.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5293
1
In this article some applications of independent compatible edges topology τICE on directed graphsare introduced. This application includes some aspects. Firstly, medical applications such as voluntary movement of the muscle, work of heart, and pathway involving with neural sensation and motorresponse. Secondly, vital applications such as world wide web and operational problems recovery inairlines.
0

1641
1652


Asmhan
Hassan
Department of Mathematics, faculty of education for girls, University of Kufa, Iraq.
Iran
asmhanf.alzuhairy@uokufa.edu.iq


Zainab
Redha Ruzoqi Zainy
Department of Mathematics, faculty of education for girls, University of Kufa, Iraq.
Iran
zainabzainy005@gmail.com
directed graph
Topology
Independent compatible edges topology
Applications
1

Right Γnderivations in prime Γnearrings
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5294.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5294
1
The main purpose of this paper is to study and investigate some results of right Γnderivation on prime Γnearring G which force G to be a commutative ring.
0

1653
1658


Hiba
Ahmed
University of Baghdad, Department of mathematics College of science , Iraq.
Iran
hiba.ahmed@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
Prime Γ –nearring
Γn derivation
1

A secure biomedical data sharing framework based on mCloud
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5295.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5295
1
Medical Clouds (mCloud) utilized various wearable devices and sensors for better care for patients by encouraging the perspective of the clouds. It gives a more versatile way to centrally and in realtime compare the patients’ profiles in the conventional healthoffline system. However, due to the lack of appropriate security measures in lowpower computers, there are obstacles to data protection. The limitation made the data vulnerable to hacking and tamper when it transfers from one device to another. In available solutions, the devices send unencrypted data to a central server where it encrypts and forwards, ondemand, to requesting devices. There are two primary challenges in the approach: first, the data link is still vulnerable between the source device and central server; second, the response time of the server gets slower with an increasing number of devices. This manuscript proposes a secure and fasterdistributed method, which shares a patient’s data by various devices connected to the mCloud with health caregivers without the need for the centralized server. The research harnesses the power of other locally available mCloud and related devices that have more computational capability. Our experimental results demonstrate that with the number increasing of mCloud devices on the network, the percentage of encrypted data transmissions also increase since there are more chances to find a nearby secure device. Results further shows a decrease in the total response time from 0.6ms to 0.4ms utilizing the proposed distributed vs centralized system.
0

1659
1671


Akeel
Mahmoud
Computer Center, University Of Anbar, Iraq.
Iran
akeelab2000@uoanbar.edu.iq


Nisreen
Mahmood
Computer Center, University Of Anbar, Iraq.
Iran
eng.nmsw@uoanbar.edu.iq
mCloud (Medical Cloud)
Health caregiver
Biomedical Data Transmission
Data Encryption
1

Study the effect of Islamic derivatives during financial crises of 2008 using Translog function, a case study of Iraq
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5297.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5297
1
This research uses a statistical method to assess the efficiency and performance of Islamic and conventional banks. The Iraqi banks have been chosen as a case study in the period from 2006 to 2011. The data collected from, banks' financial reports, IMF database, the cost function and Seemingly Unrelated Regression were used to analyse the Iraqi bank's elasticity of substitution between inputs. It has been shown that the conventional banks in Iraq have better substitution than Islamic banks. In conclusion, the Islamic and conventional banks are exposed to a similar degree of risks, but different in nature; and the Islamic banks have less security than conventional banks to financial shocks. Since the Islamic banks cannot charge a fixed, predetermined return, and can't borrow from the financial market, so the Islamic banks could face more risk and volatile returns on their assets. The implication of that an excessive management modernization of Islamic banks is necessary to achieve a higher level of efficiency. This will give privilege for Islamic banks over the conventional bank. For conventional banks, they have to invent similar techniques to reduce cost and keep their position in the market.
0

1673
1686


Hanan
Abdaljabar Assad AlUkaily
Department of Mathematics, Tikrit University, College of Education for Pure Science, Iraq.
Iran
ass.lhananabdjabar@tu.edu.iq


Reem
Adbulqadeer
Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
reemalhwez84@tu.edu.iq


Hairan
Faris
Ministry in Education, Salah Aldeen’s Eduction, Tikrit, Iraq.
Iran
hairanibrahim61@gmail.com
Islamic banks
conventional banks
Efficiency
performance
Trans log function seemingly unrelated regression
1

Mixed fractional partial differential equations by the base method
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5309.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5309
1
In this paper, the invariant subspace method is generalized and improved and is then used to have an exact solution for a wide class of the linear/ nonlinear mixed fractional partial differential equations $(FPDEs)$; with constant, nonconstant coefficients. Some examples are given here to illustrate the efficiency of this method.
0

1687
1697


Ali
Mohammed
Department of Mathematics, Ministry of Education, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
ali.alzaidi2000@utq.edu.iq


Hasan
Shather
Department of Mathematics, Ministry of Education, ThiQar, Iraq
Iran
hasanshather1968@gmail.com
Caputo fractional derivative
MittagLeffler function
Laplace transform
invariant subspace method
fractional partial differential equations
1

Supply chain with fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (AHP): A case study
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5310.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5310
1
To achieve real competition in the global market requires the manufacturers to have the ability to meet the needs and demands of their customers, which comes from the optimal planning of the supply chain. In this paper, consideration is given to the supply chain with multiproviders of raw materials, multimanufacturing locations, multi centres of selling products to customers in multiple, with instability (fuzzy) of customer demands, holding costs, costs of appointment, retire and training of workforce After building a mathematical model for the supply chain that aims to maximize the net profit and reduce all costs that include production costs, labour, raw materials, storage, transportation, and the cost shortage, the model was improved through a proposal that the decisionmaker has a desire to prefer one manufacturing location over another, as the proposal relied on developing a pairwise comparison in the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) when the degree of comparison between factory locations is a fuzzy nature. The results of the proposed model were applied to actual data taken from an industrial organization.
0

1699
1717


Mohamed
Ibrahim
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Iraq
Iran
mohammedsaad@eco.nahrainuniv.edu.iq


Barraq
Kaml
AlNahrain University, College of Business Economics, Iraq
Iran
barraq@eco.nahrainuniv.edu.iqr
Fuzzy supply chain
Aggregate production planning
graded mean integration method
pairwise comparison
1

Study of the rings in which each element express as the sum of an idempotent and pure
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5311.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5311
1
This article aims to introduce the concept of $pmathrm{clean ring}mathrm{s}$ as a generalization of some concepts such as $mathrm{clean rings}$ and $rmathrm{clean rings}$. As the first result, we prove that every $mathrm{clean ring}$ is a $pmathrm{clean ring}$ and every $rmathrm{clean ring}$ is a $pmathrm{clean ring}$. Furthermore, we give the relation between von Neumann $mathrm{local ring}$ and $pmathrm{clean ring}$. Finally, we investigate many properties of $pmathrm{clean ring}mathrm{s}$.
0

1719
1724


Akram
Mohammed
College of Computer Science and Mathematics, Tikrit University, Tikrit, Salahaddin, Iraq
Iran
akr_tel@tu.edu.iq


Ibrahim
Ahmed
College of EducationTuzkhurmatu, Tikrit University, Tuzkhurmatu, Salahaddin, Iraq
Iran
ibrahim1992@tu.edu.iq


Samah
Asaad
College of EducationTuzkhurmatu, Tikrit University, Tuzkhurmatu, Salahaddin, Iraq
Iran
samah1989@tu.edu.iq
ring
clean ring
rclean ring
local ring and regular ring
1

Application of modify RSA cryptography and randomly LSB steganography on color images of fluid flow in a channel
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5312.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5312
1
This paper introduces a combination of three methods including a modified RSA cryptography, hidden text using steganography, and selection of random pixel from image to improve the general security level of the system. In this regard, the image is a carrier of the information transmitted through the media, and the fluid motion image is used to hide the information after it was encoded using modify RSA technique that before hiding it in a random way, because the image of fluid motion possesses the sinusoidal waves and turbulent motion. In this paper, a combination of three techniques is utilized in order to prevent the intruders and attackers from detecting the information and sharing it with others. LSB technique is used for hiding the message in imagebased steganography. In addition, pseudo number to choose the random number of pixel when hiding the message after encryption. Four measures including Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR), Mean Squared Error (MSE), Structural Similarity Index Measure (SSIM), and histogram are used to compare the original image and stegoimage. The results demonstrated the outperformance of the proposed method so that neither the attacker nor the intruder could discover the information contained within the image, due to the large value of the PSNR, very small value of the MSE, stability of the SSIM, and matching the histograms.
0

1725
1734


Hatem
Mohaisen
Ministry of High Education and Scientific Research, Applied Mathematics, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ha19652010@yahoo.com


Awad
Hammoud
Univesity of Information Technology and Communication, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
awadkadhim@uoit.edu.iq
Steganography
PSNR
MSE
SSIM
Information hiding
Modified RSA cryptography
Seed number
Histogram
1

Entire functions and some of their growth properties on the basis of generalized order (α,β)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5313.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22299.2346
1
For any two entire functions $f$, $g$ defined on finite complex plane $mathbb{C}$, the ratios $frac{M_{fcirc g}(r)}{M_{f}(r)}$ and $frac{M_{fcirc g}(r)}{M_{g}(r)}$ as $rrightarrow infty $ are called the growth of composite entire function $fcirc g$ with respect to $f$ and $g$ respectively in terms of their maximum moduli. Several authors have worked about growth properties of functions in different directions. In this paper, we have discussed about the comparative growth properties of $fcirc g$, $f$ and $g,$ and derived some results relating to the generalized order $(alpha ,beta )$ after revised the original definition introduced by Sheremeta, where $alpha ,$ $beta $ are slowly increasing continuous functions defined on $(infty,+infty )$. Under different conditions, we have found the limiting values of the ratios formed from the left and right factors on the basis of their generalized order $(alpha ,beta )$ and generalized lower order $(alpha,beta ),$ and also established some inequalities in this regard.
0

1735
1747


Tanmay
Biswas
Rajbari, Rabindrapally, R. N. Tagore Road P.O. Krishnagar, DistNadia, PIN 741101, West Bengal, India
India
tanmaybiswas_math@rediffmail.com


Chinmay
Biswas
Department of Mathematics,Nabadwip Vidyasagar College, Nabadwip, Dist. Nadia, PIN741302, West Bengal, India
India
chinmay.shib@gmail.com


Biswajit
Saha
Department of Mathematics, Government General Degree
College Muragachha, Nakashipara, Dist. Nadia, PIN741154,West Bengal, India
India
sahaanjan11@gmail.com
Entire function
Growth
composition
generalized order $(alpha, beta ) $
generalized lower order $(alpha,beta )$
1

On the dynamical behavior of an EcoEpidemiological model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5314.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5314
1
The aim of this article is to study the dynamical behavior of an ecoepidemiological model. A preypredator model comprising infectious disease in prey species and stage structure in predator species is suggested and studied. Presumed that the prey species growing logistically in the absence of predator and the ferocity process happened by LotkaVolterra functional response. The existence, uniqueness, and boundedness of the solution of the model are investigated. The stability constraints of all equilibrium points are determined. The constraints of persistence of the model are established. The local bifurcation near every equilibrium point is analyzed. The global dynamics of the model are investigated numerically and confronted with the obtained outcomes.
0

1749
1767


Hiba
Ibrahim
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
haibrahim82@yahoo.com
Preypredator
Disease
Stagestructure
stability
Bifurcation
1

A hybrid semisupervised boosting to sentiment analysis
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5315.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23334.2522
1
In this article, we propose a hybrid semisupervised boosting algorithm to sentiment analysis. Semisupervised learning is a learning task from a limited amount of labeled data and plenty of unlabeled data which is the case in our used dataset. The proposed approach employs the classifier predictions along with the similarity information to assign label to unlabeled examples. We propose a hybrid model based on the agreement among different constructed classification model based on the boosting framework to assign a final label to unlabeled data. The proposed approach employs several different similarity measurements in its loss function to show the role of the similarity function. We further address the main preprocessing steps in the used dataset. Our experimental results on realworld microblog data from a commercial website show that the proposed approach can effectively exploit information from the unlabeled data and significantly improves the classification performance.
0

1769
1784


Jafar
Tanha
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran
Iran
tanha@tabrizu.ac.ir


Solmaz
Mahmudyan
Computer Engineering Department, PayameNoor University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
solmaz_mahmodian@yahoo.com


Ahmad
Farahi
Computer Engineering Department, PayameNoor University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
h.farahi@pnu.ac.ir
Semisupervised learning
Sentiment Analysis
Persian Language
Boosting
Similarity Function
1

Implementation of hybrid cryptographic schemes in a cloud environment for enhanced medical data security
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5316.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5316
1
Nowadays, several security architectures in cloud computing were employed in several applications, but they failed to secure the cloud data entirely. The current approaches use the ensemble algorithm for the decryption and encryption purpose to enhance the security technique. The input medical dataset is usually raw and might contain redundant packets and missing values. Initially, the data is preprocessed by means of the normalization technique. By using Enhanced Principal Component Analysis (EPCA) method, various attributes of the data can be obtained. After the extraction process, the classification mechanism is carried out for recognizing the attacks. The attack is predicted and is classified by means of the Adaptive AlexNet CNN classifier algorithm. A hybrid cryptographic technique in a cloud environment for improving the security rate and providing privacy preservation of the medical data in the cloud environment is presented. The proposed work mainly concentrates mostly on implementing hybrid cryptographic schemes which include AES algorithm, enhanced honeypot algorithm, SHA3 hashing and OTP in the cloud environment. It enhances the security of the data to a great extent. Thus, the presented technique is secured effectively that makes the intruders difficult to access the system as they need to attain control over servers.
0

1785
1800


A
Priya
Department of Computer Science, VISTAS, Chennai, India.
Iran
vpriya172112@gmail.com


S
Saradha
Department of Computer Science, VISTAS, Chennai, India.
Iran
saradha.research@gmail.com
cloud computing
encryption
decryption
Enhanced Principal Component Analysis
Adaptive AlexNet CNN classifier
cryptographic technique
enhanced honeypot algorithm
SHA3 hashing and OTP
1

Fixed point theorems on orthogonal complete metric spaces with an application
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5317.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23033.2464
1
In this paper, we introduce the concept of orthogonal contractive mappings and prove some fixed point theorems for such contractions. We establish our results in orthogonal bounded complete metric spaces via the notion of $tau$distances. Moreover, an application to a differential equation is given.
0

1801
1809


Youssef
Touail
Equipe de Recherche en Math'{e}matiques Appliqu'{e}es, Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication Facult'{e} Polydisciplinare de Khouribga, Universit'{e} Sultan Moulay Slimane de BeniMellal, Morocco
Morocco
youssef9touail@gmail.com


Driss
El Moutawakil
Equipe de Recherche en Math'{e}matiques Appliqu'{e}es, Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication Facult'{e} Polydisciplinare de Khouribga, Universit'{e} Sultan Moulay Slimane de BeniMellal, Morocco
Morocco
d.elmoutawakil@gmail.com
Fixed point
Ocomplete metric space
Ocontractive map
$perp$Eweakly contractive map
$tau$distance
Hausdorff topological space
1

Essentialsmall fully stable modules
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5318.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5318
1
We will add new types of modules over a ring $mathfrak{R}$ called $mathit{g}$ small completely stable module and $mathit{g}$ small duo module, assuming $mathfrak{R}$ is a ring with identity and $mathcal{M}$ is a unitary left $mathfrak{R}$module. We also present the $mathit{g}$ small dual stable module, which is a duality. We show that our new ideas have characterization and a few properties.
0

1811
1816


Aseel
Alatuany
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
aselamer16@gmail.com
$mathit{g}$ small fully modules
$mathit{g}$ small duo modules
$mathit{g}$ small dual stable
1

Classification of singular points of perturbed quadratic systems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5319.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2018.13063.1672
1
We consider the following twodimensional differential system: [ left{begin{array}{l} dot{x}=ax^{2}+bxy+cy^{2}+Phi(x,y) ,, \ dot{y}=dx^{2}+exy+fy^{2}+Psi(x,y) ,, end{array} right.] in which $lim_{(x,y)rightarrow(0,0)}frac{Phi(x,y)}{x^{2}+y^{2}} = lim_{(x,y)rightarrow(0,0)}frac{Psi(x,y)}{x^{2}+y^{2}}=0$ and $Delta=(afcd)^{2}(aebd)(bfce)neq0 $. By calculating Poincare index and using Bendixson formula we will find all the possibilities under definite conditions for classifying the system by means of kinds of sectors around the origin which is an equilibrium point of degree two.
0

1817
1825


Asadollah
Aghajani
School of Mathematics, Iran University of Science and
Technology, Narmak, Tehran 1684413114, Iran
Iran
aghajani@iust.ac.ir


Mohsen
Mirafzal
School of Mathematics, Iran University of Science and
Technology, Narmak, Tehran 1684413114, Iran
Iran
mirafzal@iust.ac.ir
Quadratic system
Classification of singular points
Poincare index
1

Stability analysis of a diseased Prey  Predator  Scavenger system incorporating migration and competition
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5320.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5320
1
In this paper, a preypredatorscavenger model is proposed and analyzed. It is assumed that the model considered the effect of disease on the prey. Firstly, the existence, uniqueness and boundedness of the solution of the model are discussed. Secondly, we studied the existence and local stability of all equilibrium points. Furthermore, some of the Sufficient conditions of the global stability of the positive equilibrium are established using suitable Lyapunov functions. Finally, those theoretical results are demonstrated with numerical simulations.
0

1827
1853


Marwah Ali
Yousif
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, BaghdadIraq
Iran
marwa.yousif1203@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Hassan Fadhil
AlHusseiny
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hassan.fadhil.r@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
preypredetorscavenger model
Stability analysis
migrations
1

Studying the A4Graphs for elements of order 3 in tits group T and Mathieu group M20
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5321.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5321
1
Assume that $X$ is a subset of the finite group $G$. The A4graph is known as a simple graph denoted by $ mathcal{A}_4 (G, X) $ having $X$ as a vertex set and two vertices $ x, y in X,$ is linked by an edges if $ xneq y $ and $ {xy}^{1} = {yx}^{1} $. In this paper, we consider $ mathcal{A}_4 (G, X) $ when $G$ is either Tits group T or Mathieu group $M_{20}$ and $X$ is $G$conjugacy class of elements of order three. Valuable results reached, for example, disc structure, girth, clique number, and diameters of the A4graph.
0

1855
1860


Zainab Hasan
Msheree
Middle Technical University, Technical Instructors Training Institute, Iraq
Iran
zainab.hasan@mtu.edu.iq


Mohammed Mukheef
Abed
Middle Technical University, Technical Instructors Training Institute, Iraq
Iran
mohammed.mukheef@mtu.edu.iq


Wissam Fadhel
Abid
Middle Technical University, Institute of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
wissam@mtu.edu.iq
Finite simple groups
A4graph
connectivity
cliques
1

A qualitative study of an EcoToxicant model with AntiPredator behavior
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5322.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5322
1
In this study, a mathematical model consisting of four species: first prey and second prey with stage structure and predator in the presence of toxicity and antipredator has been proposed and studied using the functional response Holling's type IV and Lotka Volttra. The solution's existence, uniqueness, and boundedness have all been studied. All possible equilibrium points have been identified. The stability of this model has been studied. Finally, numerical simulations have been used to verify our analytical results.
0

1861
1882


Huda Salah
Kareem
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hudasalah367@gmail.com


Azhar Abbas
Majeed
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
azhar.majeed@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
Prey Predator
Function Response
Stage Structure
Toxicity
AntiPredator
1

Qualitative study of an EcoToxicant model with migration
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5323.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5323
1
In this article, an ecology toxicant food chain system with LotkaVolterra functional response for predator population includes prey protection zone has been suggested and studied. Toxins are excreted by all organisms as a form of defence. The prey follows the logistic growth law. The equilibrium points have been established. The analytic approach has been used to investigate the local stability for each acceptable equilibrium point. The global dynamics of this model was studied using the Lyapunov function. Lastly, numerical simulations and graphical illustrations were used to back up our analytic results.
0

1883
1902


Tuqaa A.
Radiea
Department of mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
tuqaa.radie1203@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Azhar A.
Majeed
Department of mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
azhar_abbas_m@scbaghdad.ed
Ecotoxicant model
Food chain
Protection zone
Predatory zone
1

Study of the generalized Pcontractions on Banach spaces and uniqueness for stability fixed points
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5324.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5324
1
This article aims to introduce some concepts such as $P$contraction and $GP$contraction which are defined on Banach spaces as stronger forms of the concepts of $P$contraction and '{C}iric type generalized $P$contraction defined on complete metric spaces, respectively. Furthermore, the relationship between these concepts have been discussed. Finally, the uniqueness of fixed point for the presented concepts has been investigated.
0

1903
1908


Mizal
Alobaidi
Department of Mathematics, College of Computer Science and Mathematics, Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
mizalobaidi@tu.edu.iq


Ibrahim
Ahmed
Department of Physics, College of EducationTuzkhurmatu , Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
ibrahim1992@tu.edu.iq


Samah
Asaad
Department of Physics, College of EducationTuzkhurmatu , Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
samah1989@tu.edu.iq
Fixed point
metric space
Banach space
contraction mapping
F  contractions
1

A mathematical model for scheduling of transportation, routing, and crossdocking in the reverse logistics network of the green supply chain
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5325.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5325
1
Crossdocking refers to the practices of unloading materials from inbound vehicles and then loading them directly into outbound ones. Removing or minimizing warehousing costs, space requirements, as well as inventory utilization, crossdocking simplifies supply chains and makes them deliver goods to markets in a faster and more efficient manner. Accordingly, a mixedinteger linear programming ($MILP $) model is developed in the present study to schedule transportation routing and crossdocking in a reverse logistics network ($RLN$). Furthermore, different traffic modes are also considered to reduce fuel consumption, which reduces emissions and pollution. The proposed model is a multiproduct, multistage, and nondeterministic polynomialtime that is an NPhard problem. We use the nondominated sorting genetic algorithm II ($NSGAII$) to solve the model. A numerical example has been solved to illustrate the efficiency of the method.
0

1909
1927


Seyyed mohammad
Tabatabaei
Faculty of Economics and Management, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
seyyedmohammadtabatabaei@gmail.com


Mohammadreza
Safi
Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science,
Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
msafi@semnan.ac.ir


Mohsen
Shafiei Nikabadi
Faculty of Economics and Management, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
shafiei@semnan.ac.ir
CrossDock Scheduling
Transportation Routing
Inverse Logistics Network
Mathematical modeling
Green Supply Chain
1

The nonlinear effect in the performance of 4:2 Compressor
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5326.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.21970.2309
1
In this article, we have designed a novel 4:2 QCA Compressor with a nonlinear effect. This can be considered as a new vision to design approximate Majority circuits with more than fiveinput. The main advantages of these ideas are the reduced number of QCA cells as well as power dissipation, increased speed, and improved cell area In addition, a novel hierarchy is introduced to optimize digital systems. The 4:2 Compressor circuit is selected as a benchmark. This circuit is simulated with some technologies such as CMOS, CNT, and QCA in different architectures. All results from power respective were compared. We have used QCADesigner and QCAPro for QCA Circuits, Hspice with 20nmnfet PTMMG model for CMOS circuits and Stanford CNFET 20nm model for CNT circuits as simulation tools to evaluate circuits.
0

1929
1945


Norassadat
Moosavi
Department of Computer Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, (IAUCTB)
Iran
nou.mousavi.eng@iauctb.ac.ir


Keivan
Navi
Department of Computer Engineering, Shahid Beheshti University
Iran
navi@sbu.ac.ir


Vahe
Aghazarian
Department of Computer Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Azad University (IAUCTB),
Iran
v_aghazarian@iauctb.ac.ir
QCA
CNT
CMOS
The nonlinear effect
4:2 Compressor
n input Majority circuit
Approximate Circuit
Power consumption
1

Generalized dynamic process for generalized $(psi, S,F)$contraction with applications in $b$Metric Spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5327.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23400.2531
1
In this paper, we develop the notion of $(psi, F)$contraction mappings introduced in cite{wad1} in $b$metric spaces. To achieve this, we introduce the notion of generalized multivalued $(psi, S, F)$contraction type I mapping with respect to generalized dynamic process $D(S, T, x_0),$ generalized multivalued $(psi, S, F)$contraction type II mapping with respect to generalized dynamic process $D(S, T, x_0),$ and establish common fixed point results for these classes of mappings in complete $b$metric spaces. As an application, we obtain the existence of solutions of dynamic programming and integral equations. The results presented in this paper extends and complements some related results in the literature.
0

1947
1964


Akindele
Mebawondu
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
216028272@stu.ukzn.ac.za


Oluwatosin
Mewomo
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZuluNatal, Durban, South Africa
South Africa
mewomoo@ukzn.ac.za
Fixed point
dynamic process
generalized multivalued $(psi,S,F)$contraction type
$b$metric space
integral equations
Dynamic Programming
1

Error correction model for estimating the relationship between GDP and inflation in the Iraqi economy (19902020)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5328.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5328
1
The relationship between economic growth and inflation a concern for many countries in the developed and developing world, and erected in developed countries, a lot of research to laparoscopy relationship in order to overcome the problems that may be exposed to the States as a result of this association. The current research is an attempt to explore the trends in this relationship in Iraq in order to determine the ranges that can affect or be affected by growth as a result of inflation, period $(19902020)$ was adopted to range time frame in which you can determine the nature of the relationship between the two variables as well have been taking data at their nominal value as terms of GDP growth for the accurate diagnosis of the impact of inflation has been relying on timeseries analysis to prove the direction of the relationship, and the paper confirmed the conclusion that there are two methods of fundamental bond that link inflation and economic growth in Iraq.
0

1965
1979


Aqeel
Farhan
University of Diyala, College of Administration and Economics, Iraq.
Iran
aqeel_hameed@ymail.com


Murtadha
Abdullah
University of Wasit, College of Administration and Economics, Iraq.
Iran
mabdullah@uowasit.edu.iq
Inflation
Variance
spending
gap
equilibrium
1

Identity of the connection curvature tensor of almost manifold C(λ)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5329.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5329
1
This paper aims to investigate the geometry of the projective curvature tensor and to obtain someidentities for this tensor. Several three classes of nearly infinite C(λ) are distinguished and studied.
0

1981
1989


Ali
Shihab
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
draliabd@tu.edu.iq
Projective curvature tensor
Riemannian curvature tensor
almost manifold −C(λ)
1

$C^*$metric spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5330.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.20839.2205
1
The purpose of this article is to introduce the notion of an $mathfrak{A}$meter, as an operatorvalued distance mapping on a set $X$ and investigating the theory of $mathfrak{A}$metric spaces, where $mathfrak{A}$ is a noncommutative $C^*$algebra. We demonstrate that each metric space may be seen as an $mathfrak{A}$metric space and that every $mathfrak{A}$metric space $(X,delta)$ can be regarded as a topological space $(X,tau_{delta})$.
0

1991
1996


Mahdi
Mowlavi
Department of Mathematics,Faculty of Science,Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University,Tehran , Iran.
Iran
mahdi.mowlavi@gmail.com


Madjid
Mirzavaziri
Department of Pure Mathematics, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, P.O. Box 1159, Mashhad
Iran
mirzavaziri@gmail.com


Mohammadreza
Mardanbeigi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
mmardanbeigi@yahoo.com
$C^*$algebra
$C^*$metric space
allowance set
downward/upward directed set
positive elements
1

Time series analysis of the number of Covid19 deaths in Iraq
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5331.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5331
1
In this paper, the time series data for the number of deaths from Coronavirus (COVID19) patients in Iraq were analyzed for the period from 4/3/2020 to 18/2/2021. ARCH, GARCH, and TGARCH models were applied due to the changing volatility of the series leading to a heteroscedastic variance. The appropriate models for the series were diagnosed and the best model was chosen and used for forecasting by the exponential smoothing methods. The comparison criterion used was the Root Mean Squared Error and the Sum of Squared Residuals. The most appropriate model for modeling and forecasting the Coronavirus deaths series in Iraq was diagnosed as TGARCH (1,1). Finally, the method of Holtwinteradditive forecasting was the best method among the
0

1997
2007


Sarab
Shukur
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
sarab.shukur1203@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Tasnim
Kadhim
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
tasnim.h@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
COVID19
time series
Volatility
heteroscedastic variance
Garch
ARCH
TGARCH
1

Nano generalized regular minimal closed sets in nano topological spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5337.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5337
1
This paper aims to define and study a new class of sets called NGRMCS in NTS. The basic properties of NGRMCS are also studied. Finally, we investigate the relationship among NGRMCS, NMCS, NCS, NGRCS, NRCS MCS and NMCS.
0

2009
2012


Taha
Jasim
Department of Mathematics, College of Computer Science and Mathematics, Tikrit University, Tikrit, Iraq.
Iran
tahahameed@tu.edu.iq
NGRMCS
NGRCS
NTS
NMCS
NMOS
1

Comparing three estimators of fuzzy reliability for one scale parameter Rayleigh distribution
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5338.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5338
1
This paper deals with comparing three different estimators of fuzzy reliability estimator of one scale parameter Rayleigh distribution were first of all the one scale parameter Rayleigh is defined. Afterwards, the cumulative distribution function is derived, as well as the reliability function is also found. The parameters θ is estimated by three different methods, which are maximum likelihood, and moments, as well as the third method of estimation which is called percentile method or Least Square method, where the estimator $(hat{vartheta}_{pec})$ obtained from Minimizing the total sum of the square between given C DF, and one nonparametric estimator like $hat{F}(ti,theta)=frac{i}{n+1}$ after the estimator of $(theta)$, which $(hat{theta})$ is obtained. We work on comparing different fuzzy reliability estimators and all the results are explained besides different sets of taking four sample sizes $(n= 20, 40, 60, and 80)$.
0

2013
2020


Mohammed
Hawash
Dijlah University College, Baghdad, Iraq.
Iran
muhamed.khadim@duc.edu.iq


Suhad
Ahmed
College of Education Ibn Al Haitham, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.
Iran
suhadahmed12@gmail.com


Dhwyia
Hassan
Business information college, University of information Technology and communications, Baghdad, Iraq.
Iran
dhwyia.salman777@yahoo.com
Fuzzy Reliability Estimator (FRE)
Least Square Estimators (LSE)
Maximum Likelihood Estimator (MLE)
Moments estimator (MOM)
Rayleigh distribution
1

Implementation enhancement of AVR control system within optimization techniques
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5339.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5339
1
In this research, Jaya optimization algorithm has been introduced to develop and enhance the performance of the Automatic Voltage Regular system that known as (AVR) system with proposed techniques equilibrium optimizer and rider optimization algorithm which is contributed as additional algorithms to assist PID controller to find the optimum values for the controller in order to improve the performance of the AVR control system to achieve high stability and best for both rising times and settling time and these the best coefficients that made the proposed system work in the greatest performance in addition to that the step response on AVR control system also has been presented in this research and all these techniques implemented on MATLAB Simulink with optimized techniques.
0

2021
2027


Ahmed
Ibrahim
Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Alesraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ahmedrashid@esraa.edu.iq


Noorulden
Basil
Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Alesraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
nooralden@esraa.edu.iq


Mohammed
Mahdi
College of Computer Science and Information Technology, Wasit University, AlKut, Iraq
Iran
mhibr8@gmail.com
PID Controller
Jaya Optimization Algorithm
Automatic Voltage Regulator System
Rider Optimization Algorithm
MATLAB
1

On fluctuation analysis of different kinds of npolicy queues with single vacation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5340.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5340
1
In this paper, we debate queueing systems with Npolicy and single vacation. We consider these systems when the vacation times have Erlang distribution. Moreover, we adapted the input by studying two different kinds: first, an ordinary Poisson input, and second, type 2 geometric batch input. We derive the probability generating function of the number of units in the system in two cases by using fluctuation analysis.
0

2029
2040


Hind
Saad Kazem
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
hind.kazem@student.uobabylon.edu.iq


Ali
AlObaidi
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
aalobaidi@uobabylon.edu.iq
Npolicy
single vacation
fluctuation theory
input batches
bulk input
marked delayed renewal process
delayed renewal process
point process
marked point process
random walk
1

Rational maps whose Julia sets are quasi circles
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5341.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5341
1
In this paper, we give a family of rational maps whose Julia sets are quasicircles also we the boundaries of $I_0 , I_infty$ are quasicircles , we have the family of complex rational maps are given bybegin{equation}label{e1}mathcal{Q}_alpha(Z)=2alpha^{1n} Z^n frac{z^n left(z^{2n}alpha^{n+1}right)}{z^{2n}alpha^{3n1}}, end{equation}where $ngeq 2$ and $alpha in Cbackslash {0},$ but $alpha^{2n2}neq 1,;;alpha^{1n}neq 1.$
0

2041
2048


Hassanein
Q. AlSalami
Department of Biology, College of Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
haszno732@gmail.com


Iftichar
Alshara
Department of Mathematics, College of Education of Pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
pure.iftichar.talb@uobabylon.edu.iq
Julia Sets
Fatou Sets
Singular Perturbation
Quasi circles
1

$ii delta_g$closed set in topological spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5342.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5342
1
The purpose of this study is to determine if it is possible to use the class of $delta_g$close sets and $delta$closed sets to find a new class of close sets, namely $iidelta_g$close sets and $iidelta$close sets. We use these new classes to arrive at the separation axiom, which is the separation axiom of $iiT_{3/4}.$ We also use the properties of $delta hat{g}$closed sets to find new class of close sets, namely $iidelta hat{g}$closed set. We use it to create a new type of separation axiom. The study found new closed sets, namely: $iidelta hat{g}$closed sets is introduced for topological space. We will also prove that category falls between the class of $iidelta$closed set and the class of $iigs$closed set. As well study the relationship between it and other closed sets, such as the closed set of type $iigs$ as well as the closed set of type $iig$, and then, through these closed sets, we will study new types of the axiom of separation, which are $ ii T_{3/4}$ space and $ ii hat{T}_{3/4}$ space, and also clarify the relationship between the axiom of separation, and some of the closed and open sets previously studied. The study also included the relationship between the axiom of separation, of type $iiT_{1/2}$ space and $ii T_{3/4}$ space as well as the axiom of separation of type $ii T_{3/4}$ space and $ ii hat{T}_{3/4}$ space. The study included some important proofs. The study also included a chart, showing the relationship between closed sets of types that were studied and can be used.
0

2049
2055


Zainab
Awad Kadhum
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Wassit University, Iraq
Iran
zz490ssll@gmail.com


Ali
Khalaf Hussain
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science, Wassit University, Iraq
Iran
alhachamia@uowasit.edu.iq
$ii$generalized closed sets
$iidelta_g$closed
$hat{g}$open sets
$iidelta hat{g}$closed set
$ ii T_{3/4}$ and $ ii hat{T}_{3/4}$ space
1

Walsh function for solving fractional partial differential equation
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5343.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5343
1
In this article, we extended an efficient computational method based on Walsh operational matrix to find an approximate solution of fractional diffusion equations, First, we present the fractional Walsh operational matrix of integration and differentiation. Then by applying this method, the Fractional diffusion equations are reduced into a system of an algebraic equation. The benefits of this method are the low cost of setting up the equations without applying any projection method such as collocation, Galerkin, etc. The results show that the method is very accurate and efficient.
0

2057
2068


Azhar
Malik
Computer Engineering Department, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
120020@uotechnology.edu.iq
Fractional diffusion equations
Operational matrix
Walsh functions
Blockpulse functions
Fractional calculus
1

A model for backgrounds and implications of customer experience management in dental centers considering the variable role of word of mouth using a phenomenological approach
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5345.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5345
1
This research aimed to provide a model for backgrounds and implications of customer experience management in dental centers considering the variable role of word of mouth using a phenomenological approach. In this mixedmethod study, the researcher used a phenomenological approach to identify the components of the customer experience in dental centers and then tested the model by a quantitative method. The data collection instrument was indepth interview and protocol with 23 dental clinic managers and clients with which the researcher reached theoretical saturation. In the next stage, the required data were distributed among 320 patients of the dental clinic in District 2 and 4 of Tehran Municipality, and the results were analyzed by PLS software. Finally, the researcher extracted 152 open source codes, coded and selected them based on the theoretical literature, and presented the results in six main dimensions and 28 subdimensions. The researcher has presented the research results in the form of a model with six main dimensions, including customer experience, satisfaction of the medical staff, word of mouth of various dental services, strengthening the clinic brand, satisfaction with the clinical environment, and 28 subdimensions. Customer experience has had a positive and significant effect on word of mouth.
0

2069
2083


Shaghayegh
Shakiba Tabar
Department of Business Management, Tehran Central Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
shakiba.tabar123@gmail.com


Sina
Nematizadeh
Department of Business Management, Tehran Central Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
sin.nematizadeh@iauctb.ac.ir


Hamidreza
Saeidnia
Department of Business Management, Tehran North Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
drsaeednia1@gmail.com
Customer experience
Brand
Word of mouth
Phenomenology
1

Epidemiological model Involving Two Diseases in Predator Population with Holling TypeII Functional Response
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5349.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5349
1
In this paper, two types of diseases in the predator population in an ecological model are proposed and analyzed. The first (SIS infectious disease) transmitted horizontally, spread by contact between susceptible individuals and infected individuals. And the second (SI disease) is transmitted vertically from mothers to offspring with the effect of an external source (environmental effect). No transmission of the diseases can happen from predator to prey by predation or contact. Linear functional response and Holing typeII for describing the predation of the susceptible and the infected predators respectively also linear incidence for describing the transition of diseases are used. All possible equilibrium points were analyzed for this model. Locally and globally dynamics of the model have been discussed, numerical simulation is used to investigate the effect of the diseases on the system’s dynamics.
0

2085
2107


Atheer Jawad
Kadhim
Department of applied science, University of technology, Iraq
Iran
100023@uotechnology.edu.iq


Azhar A.
Majeed
Department of mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
azhar_abbas_m@scbaghdad.ed
Ecoepidemiological model
SI disease
SIS epidemic disease
Preypredator model
Lyapunov function
1

Testing and fitting a Maskan bank marketing model using an integrated supply chain approach in the construction and housing industry
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5350.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5350
1
Maskan Bank is one of the stateowned banks with a wide range of banking services, including financing for housing and construction, financing plans of the government development programs in housing development, inclusive public banking services to conduct its inherent mission, and banking businesses requiring financing from standard methods and banking marketing. This research aimed to provide Maskan bank marketing model using an integrated supply chain approach considering the financial and credit turnover in the construction and housing industry. The Grounded theory strategies, including reading documents, indepth interviews with experts and extracting concepts, and open, axial, and selective coding, were used in the qualitative section using the mixed method. Then, a paradigm model was presented with 6 dimensions and 42 components. The descriptive survey method was used in the quantitative part, and PLS software was used to test the proposed model. The results were confirmed and fitted in a model for Maskan bank marketing using an integrated supply chain approach in the construction and housing industry.
0

2109
2129


Mohammad Amir
Keramat
Department of Business Administration, North Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
amir.keramat@gmail.com


Hamidreza
Saeednia
Department of Business Administration, North Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
dr.saeednia1@gmail.com


Zahra
Alipour Darvishi
Department of Public Administration, North Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
alipourdarvish.z@gmail.com


Mohammad Ali
Dehghan Dehnavi
Department of Finance and Banking, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
dehghandehnavi@atu.ac.ir
supply chain
Construction and housing industry
Banking marketing model
Grounded theory
Integrity
1

On first excess level analysis of hysteretic bilevel control queue with multiple vacations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5354.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5354
1
In this article, we consider queueing model with bilevel hysteretic control and multiple vacations. This system's mechanism depends on the queue size and the facility where the server goes to the series of vacation trips when the line is empty and returns but waiting in the system when the number of units is more than level (M). In this case, the server doesn't start a new busy period unless this size is more than another level (N > M). Furthermore, we employ Npolicy and first excess level analysis to derive the probability generating function of queue size. Additionally, we assume that the vacation times are exponentially distributed random variables, and arrival batches are type 1 geometrically distributed random variables.
0

2131
2144


Ekram
Ali
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
ikram.zahra@student.uobabylon.edu.iq


Ali
AlObaidi
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, University of Babylon, Iraq
Iran
aalobaidi@uobabylon.edu.iq
hysteretic control
multiple vacations
Npolicy
first excess level theory
input batches
bulk input
marked delayed renewal process
delayed renewal process
point process
marked point process
random walk
1

qhomotopy analysis method for solving nonlinear Fredholm integral equation of the second kind
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5355.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5355
1
Several scientific and engineering applications are usually described as integral equations. We propose a numerical approach for solving the type of Fredholm nonlinear boundary value problems in a finite domain. The paper aims to use the qhomotopy analysis method to estimate the solution to test the efficiency of the proposed method. Comparison with updated work is exacted. The obtained results show that the proposed method is very effective and convenient for nonlinear Fredholm integral equations. The interval of convergence of homotopy analysis method, if exists, is increased when using qhomotopy analysis method is more to converge. The result reveals that the q homotopy analysis method is considered a good method for solving NFIES.
0

2145
2152


Rajaa
Karim Jbr
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Kufa, Iraq
Iran
rajaak.alebrahimi@student.uokufa.edu.iq


Adil
ALRammahi
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Kufa, Iraq
Iran
adilm.hasan@uokufa.edu.iq
Nonlinear Integral equation
Fredholm Integral equation of the second kind
qhomotopy analysis method
1

More on the HermitHadamard inequality
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5357.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.21753.2293
1
In this article, we introduce the notion of $(h,k)$convex functions and their operator form. Moreover, we derive Hermite–Hadamardtype, and Fejertype inequalities for this class.
0

2153
2159


Mahmoud
Hassani
Department of Mathematics, Mashhad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
Iran
mhassanimath@gmail.com


Mehdi
Eghbali Amlashi
Department of Mathematics, Mashhad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad,
Iran
Iran
amlashi@mshdiau.ac.ir
Convex functions
HermiteHadamard inequality
Operator convex functions
1

Reducing explicit word vectors dimensions using BPSObased labeling algorithm and voting method
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5363.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5363
1
Interpretability of word vector components is very important for obtaining conceptual relations. Word vectors derived from counting models are interpretable but suffer from the highdimensionality problem. Our goal in this study is to obtain interpretable lowdimensional word vectors in such a way that the least accuracy loss occurs. To achieve this goal, we propose an approach to reduce the dimensions of word vectors using a labeling method based on the BPSO algorithm and a voting method for selecting final context words. In this approach, we define several different base models to solve the labeling problem using different data and different objective functions. Then, we train each base model and select 3 of the best solutions for each model. We create the target word vectors of the dictionary based on the context words labeled "1". Next, we use the three best solutions of each base model to build the ensemble. After creating the ensemble, we use the voting method to assign the final label to the primary context words and select N final context words. In this study, we use the corpus ukWaC to construct word vectors. We evaluate the resulting word vectors on the MEN, RG65, and SimLex999 test sets. The evaluation results show that by reducing the word vectors dimensions from 5000 to 1507, the Spearman correlation coefficient of the proposed approach has been reduced to a lesser extent compared to each base model. Therefore, the accuracy drop of the proposed approach is justified after reducing the dimensions from 5000 to 1507. It is not a large penalty because the resulting word vectors are lowdimensional and interpretable.
0

2161
2178


Atefe
Pakzad
School of Computer Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology,Tehran, Iran.
Iran
a_pakzad@comp.iust.ac.ir


Morteza
Analoui
School of Computer Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology,Tehran, Iran.
Iran
analoui@iust.ac.ir
Explicit word vectors
Voting method
Objective function
Binary particle swarm optimization
Labeling method
1

Fraud usage detection in internet users based on log data
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5367.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5367
1
The Internet has become one of the most important daily social, financial and other activities. The number of customers who use the Internet to conduct their business and purchases is very large. This results in billions of dollars being transferred every day online. Such a large amount of money attracts the attention of cybercriminals to carry out their illegal activities. “Fraud” is one of the most dangerous of these methods, especially phishing, where attackers try to steal user credentials using fraudulent emails, fake websites, or both. The proposed system in this paper includes efficient data extraction from the web file through data collection and preprocessing. and web usage mining procedure to extract features that demonstrate user behavior. And featureextracting URL analysis to detect website phishing addresses. After that, the features from the above two parts are combined to make the number of features sixtythree. Finally, a classification algorithm (Random Forests) is applied to determine if website addresses are phishing or legitimate. Suggested algorithms performance is determined by using a confusion matrix that shows the robustness of the proposed system.
0

2179
2188


Kareem
Ibrahim
Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq.
Iran
karimk.aljabri@student.uokufa.edu.iq


Ahmed
Obaid
Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa, Iraq.
Iran
ahmedj.aljanaby@uokufa.edu.iq
Fraud
Phishing
Legitimate Weblog
phishing Log Data
1

Trust based blockchain security management in edge computing
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5368.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5368
1
In this paper, an analysis is conducted on the data transmitted through the edge computing technique. The research creates a trust model that establishes direct, indirect, and mutual trust between the source and destination blocks when data is sent. That is, the study integrated blockchain as a model to transmit the data in a secured way through the blockchains, however, the intrusion in blockchains can be avoided based on trust based model. The simulation is conducted on various testbeds and with existing blockchain mechanisms. The findings reveal that the suggested trustbased paradigm is successful at safeguarding data sent over the edge.
0

2189
2197


D.
Jayakumar
Department of CSE, IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram, India
Iran
jayakumarifetd@gmail.com


K.
Kumar
Department of IT, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India
Iran
santhosh09539@gmail.com


R.
Sathya
Department of CSE, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India
Iran
sathya_vai@yahoo.com
MANET
Secured routing
Behavioural Trust Detection
Trust Degree
1

Intrusion detection in computer networks using a cost sensitive ensemble classifier
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5369.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5369
1
The growing use of Internet technology and the attack on computer networks have made intrusion detection systems an essential part of computer security. Conventional intrusion control methods such as firewalls or access control systems are no longer alone able to withstand attacks. Therefore, the need to detect new attacks and anomalies is inevitable. The dataset used in this paper is called NSLKDD which includes 5 classes: one of them is normal and the other four classes are attacks. In the presented work, an ensemble classifier based on the mean probability of attacks is adopted. The true detection rate of the proposed system is $99.89%$ which is more than other competing methods. Moreover, the ensemble classifier achieved an F1measure of $92.48%$. To improve the F1 measure, we used a metaclassifier called metacost which incorporates a cost matrix to transform the original classifier into a costsensitive classifier. By this idea, we achieved an F1measure of $94.1%$ which outperforms than noncost sensitive ensemble classifier. These results show that the proposed system can be used as a suitable defence tool to detect intrusion against cyberattacks.
0

2199
2206


Alaa
Mahmood
Technical Instructors Training Institute, Middle Technical University, Baghdad, Iraq.
Iran
alaa.thamer@mtu.edu.iq


Raed
Kamil Naser
Administration Directorate, Ministry of Defense, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ayhar_2013@yahoo.com
1

The impact of alternative resources and fear on the dynamics of the food chain
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5370.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5370
1
In this paper, a threespecies food chain model is proposed and studied. It is assumed that there are fear costs in the first twolevel due to predation risk and there exists an alternative source of food for a top predator. Holling’s disc function is adopted to describe the food transition throughout the chain. All the solution properties are discussed. The conditions of local stability and persistence of the model are established. The Lyapunov function is used to specify the basin of attraction for each equilibrium. Local bifurcation analyses are studied. The global dynamics of the model are investigated numerically. Different bifurcation diagrams and attractors are obtained. It is obtained that the system is rich in dynamics that include chaos.
0

2207
2234


Aseel.
Abd
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq
aseel.hussein1203@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Raid
Naji
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq
rknaji@gmail.com
Food chain
Alternative resource
Fear
stability
Bifurcation
Chaos
1

Analysis of a harvested discretetime biological models
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5371.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5371
1
This work aims to analyze a threedimensional discretetime biological system, a preypredator model with a constant harvesting amount. The stage structure lies in the predator species. This analysis is done by finding all possible equilibria and investigating their stability. In order to get an optimal harvesting strategy, we suppose that harvesting is to be a nonconstant rate. Finally, numerical simulations are given to confirm the outcome of mathematical analysis.
0

2235
2246


Sadiq
AlNassir
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
sadiq.n@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Alaa
Lafta
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
alaa.h@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
Preypredator model
Optimal control
Stage structure model
optimal Harvesting
1

Forecasting enhancement using a HodrickPrescott filter
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5372.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5372
1
Sound forecasts are essential elements of planning, especially for dealing with seasonality, sudden changes in demand levels, strikes, large fluctuations in the economy, and pricecutting manoeuvres for competition. Forecasting can help decisionmakers to manage these problems by identifying which technologies are appropriate for their needs. The proposal forecasting model is utilized to extract the trend and cyclical component individually through developing the HodrickPrescott filter technique. Then, the fit models of these two real components are estimated to predict the future behaviour of electricity peak load. Accordingly, the optimal model obtained to fit the periodic component is estimated using spectrum analysis and the Fourier model, and the expected trend is obtained using simple linear regression models. Actual and generation data were used for the performance evaluation of the proposed model. The results of the current model, with improvement, showed higher accuracy as compared to ARIMA model performance.
0

2247
2262


Aseel
Mohamed
Family and Community Medicine Department, Al Kindy Medical College, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
aseelsameer@kmc.uobaghdad.edu.iq


Nooriya
Mohammed
Planning and Studies Office, Ministry of Electricity, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
nooria.abed@gmail.com
Forecasting
Spectrum Analysis
HodrickPrescott Filter
1

Suggested methods for prediction using semiparametric regression function
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5373.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5373
1
Ferritin is a key organizer of protected deregulation, particularly below risky hyperferritinemia, by straight immunesuppressive and proinflammatory things. We conclude that there is a significant association between levels of ferritin and the harshness of COVID19. In this paper, we introduce a semiparametric method for prediction by making a combination of NN and regression models. So, two methodologies are adopted, Neural Network (NN) and regression model in designing the model; the data was collected from a nursing home hospital for period 11/7/2021 23/7/2021, the sample size is 100 covid positive patients with 12 females & 38 males out of 50, while 26 female & 24 male are nonCOVID out of 50. The input variables of the NN model are identified as the ferritin and a gender variable. The higher results precision is attained by the multilayer perceptron (MLP) networks when we applied the explanatory variables as the inputs with one hidden layer, which covers 3 neurons, as the planned many hidden layers are with one output of the fitting NN model which is used in stages of training and validation beside the actual data. We used a portion of the actual data to verify the behavior of the developed models, we find out that only one observation is a false predictive value. This means that the estimation model has significant parameters to forecast the type of Covid cases (Covid or no Covid).
0

2263
2267


Aseel
Mohamed
Family and Community Medicine Department, Al Kindy Medical College, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
aseelsameer@kmc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
Semiparametric method
Neural Network models (NN)
regression
Ferritin level
Covid 19
multilayer perceptron (MLP)
1

A proposed method for cleaning data from outlier values using the robust RFCH method in structural equation modeling
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5374.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5374
1
The GLS and ML methods are the most common methods for estimating SEM but require multivariate normality. Therefore, methods robust to standard errors and quality of fit indexes to Chisquare have been proposed: MLR and they are considered superior to ML and GLS methods analyzing ordinal data. When we have a fiveway Likert scale, the data is treated as continuous by calculating the covariance matrix as inputs for ML, GLS, and MLR. However, outliers are familiar because modeling requires a large sample size, either because of the input of data or answers more than is expressed within a particular category. Their presence affects even methods with robust corrections, where the accuracy of estimating parameters, standard errors, and fit indicators may be compromised the quality of fit indexes and inappropriate solutions, where a robust algorithm is proposed to clean the data from the outlier, as this proposed algorithm calculates the robust correlation matrix robust RFCH Reweighted Fast Consistent and High Breakdown, which consists of several steps and has been modified by taking the clean data before calculating the robust RFCH correlation matrix. It was also suggested to make a comparison between the three methods before the treatment process with the presence of outlier values and note the extent of their impact on the methods and after using the robust RFCH method, and note the extent of improvement in estimations, standard errors and the overall quality of fit indexes for each of the Chisquare index, CFI, TLI, and RMSEA, SRMR and CRMR, with the robust corrections in the Chisquare index for each of the methods MLR. Through the simulation experiment, the researcher reached the power of the proposed method robust RFCH in improving the quality of parameter estimation, standard errors, and overall fit indexes quality.
0

2269
2293


Omar
Ibrahim
College of Computer science and Mathematics, Mosul University, Mosul, Iraq
Iran
omarsalim85@uomosul.edu.iq


Mohammed
Mohammed
Statistics Department, College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
m.jasim@coadec.uobaghdad.edu.iq
outlier
robust RFCH
SEM
fit indexes
methods estimation
1

Option for optimal extraction to indicate recognition of gestures using the selfimprovement of the micro genetic algorithm
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5375.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5375
1
The hearingimpaired community uses gestures to communicate. Gestures can also be used in interactions between man and computer. However, gestures become increasingly complicated in a comparatively complex environment. A recognition algorithm with a choice of function based on the improved genetic algorithm is proposed to improve the ability to identify gestures. The recognition process includes retailing, extraction, and feeding functions before classifying the neural network. After learning gestures, the proposed method is compared with traditional methods that use the classic genetic algorithm. The proposed method demonstrates the effect of optimization and sensitivity of the function.
0

2295
2302


Bassam
Sabri
Department of Business Information Technology, College of Business Informatics, University of Information Technology and Communications, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
bassam.ali@uoitc.edu.iq


Noaman
Yaseen ALFalahi
Director of Price Control and Service Quality Department, Chief programmer, Iraqi Ministry of Communications, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
noaman_2000@yahoo.com


Isam
Salman
Associate Director of the Software Department, Senior chief of Programs, Iraqi Ministry of Communications, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
isamadel200071@gmail.com
Adaptive filter
feature extraction
Genetic algorithm
sign language recognition
speededup robust feature (SURF)
1

Energy Aware Multi Objective Algorithm for Task Scheduling on DVFSEnabled Cloud Datacenters using Fuzzy NSGAII
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_4666.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.21625.2283
1
Nowadays, energy consumption is curtailed in an effort to further protect the environment as well as to avoid service level agreement (SLA) breach, as critical issues in task scheduling on heterogeneous computing centers. Any reliable task scheduling algorithm should minimize energy consumption, makespan, and cost for cloud users and maximize resource utilization. However, reduction of energy consumption leads to larger makespan and decreases load balancing and customer satisfaction. Therefore, it is essential to obtain a set of nondomination solutions for these multiple, conflicting objectives, as a nonlinear, multiobjective, NPhard problem. This paper formulates the energy efficient task scheduling in green data centers as a multiobjective optimization problem so that fuzzy Nondominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm 2 (NSGAII) has been applied using the concept of Dynamic Voltage Frequency Scaling (DVFS). In this procedure, we adopted fuzzy crossover and mutation for optimal convergence of initial solutions. For this purpose, the binary variance function of gene values and the mean variance function of objective values are proposed for fuzzy control of mutation rate, increasing the variation in the optimal Pareto front as well as the correct frequency variance function of the processors engaged in scheduling to control the crossover rate. This serves to add the objective of indirect load balancing to the optimization objectives, thereby to replace the threeobjective optimization process with fourobjective optimization. In the experiments, the proposed NSGAII with fuzzy algorithm is compared against the NSGAII algorithm, involving three scheduling strategies namely Green, Time and Cost Oriented Scheduling Strategy. The simulation results illustrate that the newly method finds better solutions than others considering these objectives and with less iteration. In fact, the optimal Pareto solutions obtained from the proposed method improved the objectives of makespan, cost, energy and load balance by 4%, 17%, 1% and 13%, respectively.
0

2303
2331


Saeed
Fatehi
Department of Computer Engineering, Babol Branch, Islamic Azad University, Babol, Iran
Iran
saeed.fatehi62@yahoo.com


Homayun
Motameni
Department of Computer Engineering, Sari Branch, Islamic Azad University, Sari, Iran
Iran
h_motameni@yahoo.com


Behnam
Barzegar
Faculty member, Department of Computer Engineering, Babol Branch, Islamic Azad University, Babol, Iran
Iran
barzegar.behnam@yahoo.com


Mehdi
Golsorkhtabaramiri
Faculty member, Department of Computer Engineering, Babol Branch, Islamic Azad University, Babol, Iran
Iran
golesorkh@baboliau.ac.ir
Green Computing
Multi Objective Optimization
Pareto solutions
DVFS
Task Scheduling
1

Impact of renewable energy sources integration with power grid systems through several methodology's
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5377.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5377
1
This paper is primarily committed to three primary angles concerning photovoltaic based DG. The fundamental perspective being the reduction of influence changes in daylight based photovoltaic and the Reduction of influence distribution in the framework of the system. According to the unpredictable changes credited to the wide range of sun situated radiations. Further, the sizing related issues and region of an SPV based DG may cause a ton of influence concerns effecting the overall DG system operation and its efficiency. The second region of concern is the method used in the control of the DG and its feasibility to diminish framework influence issues. Another area of concern is network interconnection, through the appropriate introduction of RES into the ordinary grid for supportable and stable activity. This has been managed through an extensive contextual analysis of an operational system.
0

2333
2344


Omar
AlKawak
Department of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technical Engineering, AlMustaqbal University College, Hilla, Babil, Iraq
Iran
o0maar@yahoo.com


Ali
Ramul
Computer Techniques Engineering Department, AlMustaqbal University College, Hilla, Babil, Iraq
Iran
ali.rashid@mustaqbalcollege.edu.iq
Renewable Energy
power grid system
Energy management
energy efficiency
1

Hybrid encryption using playfair and RSA cryptosystems
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5379.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5379
1
The security is demanded to transport important data over the network. In this work a hybrid encryption depending on playfair cipher and RSA algorithm is proposed to give more confidentially and get rid of the defects of the two methods. The first cipher text is obtained by playfair cipher by using (812) expanded key matrix that is filled by decimal ASCII characters of Alphabets, numbers and common characters of ASCII table while the final cipher text is obtained by RSA cryptosystem by applying it for blocks of two characters. The proposed hybrid encryption avoids to take large numbers in RSA algorithm and performs complex operations that need a long time to do. The proposed hybrid cipher is tight security that is difficult to analyze and detect from hackers and intruders.
0

2345
2350


Raghad K.
Salih
Department of Applied Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Applications, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
raghad.k.salih@uotechnology.edu.iq


Madeha Sh.
Yousif
Department of Applied Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Applications, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
madeha.s.yousif@uotechnology.edu.iq
Playfair
RSA algorithm
ASCII and Hybrid encryption
1

On approximation by SzaszMirakyanSchurerKantrovich operators preserving $e^{−bx}, b > 0$
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5380.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5380
1
Through this treatise, a study has been submitted about modified of SzaszMirakyanSchurerKantrovich operators which that preserving (e^{ bx },b > 0) function. We interpret and study the uniform convergence of the modern operators to (text{ f}). Also, by analyzing the asymptotic conduct of our operator.
0

2351
2358


Abdulsattar
Ali Hussein
aUniversity of Anbar, Education College for women, Ramadi, Iraq
Iran
edw.abdulsattar@uoanbar.edu.iq


Alaa Adnan
Auad
University of Anbar, Education College for pure science, Department of Mathematics, Ramadi, Iraq
Iran
alaa.adnan66.aa@gmail.com
Szaszmirakyankantorovich operators
Exponential function
linear positive operators
1

Inclined magnetic field and heat transfer of asymmetric and Porous Medium Channel on hyperbolic tangent peristaltic flow
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5382.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5382
1
The present study deal with the effective heat transfer with the activity of connected inclined magnetic field of the asymmetric channel through the porous medium. The effect of sliding speed on channel walls was taken into account and the effect of nonlinear particle size was analyzed applying long wavelength and low Reynolds count estimates. The mathematical expression of axial velocity, stream function and pressure rise was analytically determined. The effect of the physical parameter is included in the present model on the computational results. They are presented in chart form by applying for the Mathematica program.
0

2359
2372


Shahad Ali
Abdulla
Department of Mathematic, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq
ggha79391@gmail.com


Liqaa Zeki
Hummadya
Department of Mathematic, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq
liqaa.hummady@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
Inclined magnetic felid
Hyperbolic tangent
heat transfer and peristaltic flow
1

Some results on fuzzy soft sesquilinear functional
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5381.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5381
1
In this paper, we study and discussion new kinds of Sesquilinear functional which is fuzzy soft Sesquilinear functional and given some properties with characterization and also theories related on fuzzy soft Sesquilinear functional have been given. Additionally, we present the relationship between this kind and other kinds
0

2373
2382


Salim Dawood
Mohsen
Mustansiriyah University, College of Education, BaghdadIraq
Iran
salim78@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Jaafer Hmood
Eidi
Mustansiriyah University, College of Education, BaghdadIraq
Iran
drjaffarmath@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


ayed
hashoosh
ThiQar University, College of Education of Pure Sciences, Iraq
Iran
ayed197991@yahoo.com
Fuzzy soft set
fuzzy soft Hilbert space
fuzzy soft adjoint operator
1

Application of Nonlinear Mathematical Modeling in Panel data analyses of the pecking order theory in capital structure Using Multiple Regression: Evidence from the Tehran Stock Exchange
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5376.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5376
1
Financing decisions for investment are one of the important tasks of the company in determining the best composition. On the other hand, how to finance the company’s assets for individuals and institutions is important, and how much debt and stocks the company has used to finance its assets, is important because it depends on the company’s financing decisions will be affected. This study investigates the application of nonlinear mathematical modeling in panel data analyses of the pecking order theory in capital structure using multiple regression in the Tehran stock exchange. The research period is from 2014 to 2019. In this research, panel data regression has been used to test the hypotheses. To collect information and data, the library method, and to test the research hypotheses, panel data and panel analysis using multiple regression have been used. The main hypothesis of this research is based on the fact that in order to Management decisions about the optimal capital structure of the company can be based on the theory model of the pecking order. In the results of this study, it seems that the companies in question to finance themselves, in fact, follow the mathematical model used in the theory of pecking order.
0

2383
2401


Amin
Heydari
Department of Accounting, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Borujerd, Iran
Iran
amin.heydariii@gmail.com


Mahmoud
Hematfar
Department of Accounting, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Borujerd, Iran.
Iran
dr.hemmatfar@gmail.com


Mohammad Hassan
Janani
Department of Accounting, Boroujerd branch, Islamic Azad University, Boroujerd, Iran.
Iran
mhjanani@yahoo.com
Capital structure
financial deficit
Nonlinear statistical model of pecking order theory
1

Automated prediction of endometriosis using deep learning
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5383.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5383
1
Endometriosis is the anomalous progress of cells at the outer part of the uterus. Generally, this endometrial tissue stripes the uterine cavity. The existence of endometriosis is identified through procedures known as Transvaginal Ultra Sound Scan (TVUS), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Laparoscopic procedures, and Histopathological slides. Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS) Laparoscopic images are recorded in a small camera. To assist the surgeon in identifying their presence of endometriosis, image quality (characteristics) was enhanced for more visual clarity. Deep learning has the ability in recognising the images for classification. The Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) perform classification of images on large datasets. The proposed system evaluates the performance by a novel approach that implements the transfer learning model on a wellknown architecture called ResNet50. The proposed system train the model on ResNet50 architecture and yielded a training accuracy of 91%, validation accuracy of 90%, precision of 83%, and recall of 82%, which can be applied for larger datasets with better performance. The presented system yields higher Area Under Curve (AUC) of about 0.78. The proposed method yields better performance using ResNet50 compared to other transfer learning techniques.
0

2403
2416


S
Visalaxi
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai, India.
Iran
sakthi6visa@gmail.com


T
Muthu
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai, India.
Iran
sudalaimuthut@gmail.com
TVUS
MRI
Laparoscopic images Deep Learning
Convolution neural network (CNN)
Transfer learning
ResNet50
1

Setvalued nonlinear contractive operators in $PM$spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5385.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.22375.2354
1
In this paper, we consider some nonlinear contraction for setvalued operators and prove some fixed point results in the case of setvalued operators are orderedclose and not orderedclose, and in the case of setvalued operators are UCAV (LCAV) in quasiordered $PM$spaces. Moreover, we present two examples and an application to show the validity of the main theorems.
0

2417
2427


Ehsan
Lotfali Ghasab
Department of Mathematics, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran.
Iran
e.l.ghasab@gmail.com


Hamid
Majani
Department of Mathematics, Shahid Chamran University, of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
Iran
majani.hamid@gmail.com


Erdal
Karapinar
Faculty of Fundamental Science, Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam,
Department of Mathematics, C¸ankaya University, 06790, Etimesgut, Ankara, Turkey
Turkey
erdalkarapinar@gmail.com


Ghasem
Soleimani Rad
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Central Tehran
Branch, Islamic Azad University, P. O. Box 13185/768, Tehran, Iran
&amp;
Young Researchers and Elite club, Central Tehran Branch,
Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Iran
gha.soleimani.sci@iauctb.ac.ir
$PM$spaces
quasiordered $PM$spaces
orderedclose operator
1

Impact of early treatment programs on Swine flu infection with optimal controls: Mathematical model
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5386.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2020.18034.1980
1
This manuscript focuses on the impact of early treatment programs on swine flu disease transmission among the population. In this manuscript, a nonlinear SusceptibleExposedInfectedRecovered (SEIR) model with early Treatment programs are developed to examine the transmission dynamics of Swine flu infection with the help of the system of ordinary differential equations. The characteristics of the model are investigated by the basic reproduction number. We analyzed that the model exhibits using stability theory of differential equations, the diseasefree equilibrium is linearly stable for R01. Also, conditions for nonlinear stability are derived. Sensitivity indices for basic reproduction and also optimal control measures for swine flu are obtained. Further, numerical simulation for the model is supported by relevant graphs.
0

2429
2451


Hema
Purushwani
Govt. Model Science college Gwalior (M.P.)
Iran
hemapurushwani1985@outlook.com


Chanda
Purushwani
Department of Mathematics, SOS, ITM University Gwalior (M.P.)
Iran
chandapurushwani1987@outlook.com


Poonam
Sinha
S. M. S. Govt Model Science College, Gwalior 474010, MP, India
Iran
poonamsinha_1968@yahoo.co.in
Swine flu and Early Treatment Programs
SEIR Model
Basic Reproduction Number
stability
Sensitivity analysis
Optimal controls
1

Enhancement of Electro Hydraulic Position Servo Control System Utilising Ant Lion Optimiser
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5387.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5387
1
In this article, ant lion optimiser algorithm is proposed for resolve the working of the electrohydraulic position servo control scheme on controlling in the general position when compared with local position like the mechanism of work that inspired from particle swarm optimization algorithm in additional to that servo valve contributed by ant lion optimizer algorithm that enhanced and improved the hydraulic cylinder working by using the conventional proportional integral derivative (PID) controller in utilize the optimized algorithm that works as attractive solution added as artificial intelligent algorithm to enhanced the proposed system to achieve best performance for the PID controller and the results analysis achieved for maximum overshooting, rising time, settling time 0 %, 0.020 (sec), 0.0115 (sec) respectively and this work is implemented using MATLAB Simulink
0

2453
2461


Hamzah
Marhoon
Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Alesraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
hamza@esraa.edu.iq


Ahmed
Ibrahim
Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Alesraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ahmedrashid@esraa.edu.iq


Noorulden
Basil
Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Alesraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
nooralden@esraa.edu.iq
PID Controller
Ant Lion Optimizer
Electro Hydraulic Position Servo Control System
Optimization Algorithm
MATLAB
1

Characteristics of pentaopen sets in penta topological spaces
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5388.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5388
1
The aim of the presented study is to introduce and verify two new spaces called $mathcal{P}_$ compactness and $mathcal{P}_$connectedness using $mathcal{P}_$open sets and some of their properties. Moreover, we study the relationship between these spaces. Another purpose of this study is to examine a new form of separation axioms, by using $mathcal{P}_$open set namely $T_{mathcal{P}i}$spaces where $(i=0,1,2)$. The pertinence between them has been discussed and several features of these spaces are demonstrated as well.
0

2463
2475


Rana
Yaseen
Department of mathematics, College of education for women, Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
zain2016@tu.edu.iq


Ali
Shihab
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Sciences, Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
draliabd@tu.edu.iq


Mizal
Alobaidi
Department of Mathematics, College of Computer Science and Mathematics, Tikrit University, Iraq.
Iran
mizalobaidi@tu.edu.iq
Penta Topological Space
$mathcal{P}_$irresolute function
$mathcal{P}_$compactness
locally $mathcal{P}_$compact
$mathcal{P}_$Connectedness
$mathcal{P}_$separated
strongly $mathcal{P}_$connected
$T_{mathcal{P}i}$space
1

Designing a system for identifying persons using 3d images
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5391.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5391
1
Nowadays, information security has become a very important and difficult matter. Security cameras are widespread in banks, ATMs, airports, universities, offices, and anywhere with a security system. The face recognition process is one of the most demanding image analysis and computer vision tasks. Faces are biometric systems that utilized a digital image of a person to identify or authenticate that person. This system is employed in the field of security. The face recognition system is required to detect and recognize the face in the image automatically. It works by extracting and then recognizing its attributes, irrespective of expression or illumination, transitions (translation, rotation and scaling of the image) and ageing, which is a difficult task. The proposed system records the facial features of the person standing in front of the camera, such as the size, position of the nose, eyes, jawbones, and cheekbones structure. This program also allows the user to evaluate and analyze the image. This system does not require long training for technicians because it is easy to use and gives quick and accurate results compared to biometric techniques the other. It is worth noting that Matlab roll was used in the design of this program.
0

2477
2481


Suad
Alwahab
Ministry of Education, Iraq
Iran
suaad71computer@yahoo.com


Hadeel
Nassr
Ministry of Education, Iraq
Iran
jkh68@yahoo.com


Baydaa
AlKhafaji
Computer Science Department College of Education for Pure Science/ Ibn AlHaitham University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
baydaa.khafaji@gmail.com
Biometric techniques
ATMS: Automated Teller Machines
FR: Facial Recognition
1

Design and simulation of optical logic gates based on insulator  metal – insulator (IMI) plasmonic waveguides for optical communications
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5392.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5392
1
In this study, a structure has been proposed implementing the optical Plasmonic logic gates (OR, NOR, AND, NAND, NOT) using the linear Plasmonic waveguide and the double ring resonator. The results of these gates were analyzed and simulated by means of Comsol Multiphysics (5.6) using Finite Element Analysis (2FEM). These gates were implemented in the same structure depending on the characteristic of constructive and destructive optical interference between the signals propagating in the input ports and the control port, the phase and direction of those signals, as well as the positions of these ports. Hence, the performance of these gates was measured according to two criteria, first, the optical transmission ratio and the second, the contrast ratio, which is the ratio between the transmitter ON state of logic (1) and OFF for logic (0).
0

2483
2497


Wissam
Jasim
Engineering Technical CollegeNajaf, AlFurat AlAwsat Technical University, 31001 Najaf, Iraq.
Iran
wissam.abed@student.atu.edu.iq


Faris
Ali
Engineering Technical CollegeNajaf, AlFurat AlAwsat Technical University, 31001 Najaf, Iraq.
Iran
faris@atu.edu.iq


Ahmed
Abdullah
Engineering Technical CollegeNajaf, AlFurat AlAwsat Technical University, 31001 Najaf, Iraq.
Iran
ahmedalbakri2012@atu.edu.iq


Mohammed
AbdulNabi
Kufa University, College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, 54003, Iraq.
Iran
mohammeda.khaleel@uokufa.edu.iq
Optical logic gates
Plasmonic waveguide (IMI)
surface plasmon polarization (SSP)
1

Strategies and challenges of implementing social responsibilities based on compliance auditing banking services to stakeholders and its effect on reducing the gap between expectations
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5398.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5398
1
This study aimed to identify strategies for implementing social responsibility in banking services to stakeholders considering the compliance auditing and determine barriers. The Grounded Theory was used to develop the model, and banking experts were interviewed using a purposive sampling method to collect qualitative data. A total of 336 certified public accountants were selected in the quantitative part using a random sampling method. A questionnaire was used for data collection, and the analysis of variance (ANOVA) and ttest and Friedman test were used to analyze the data. The essential executive strategies were to increase welfare services proportional to the inflation rate to employees, implement a meritocracy system in the banking system, accept the workforce with government testing and supervision, increase actual stock returns and distributive profits, provide transparent, timely, and reliable information with simultaneous access for all, development of electronic banking, and justice in equal services to all customers with high quality and speed. In addition, the critical barriers were the lack of prioritizing compliance with social responsibilities at the top of organizational goals and the private or public nature of banks. Considering the confirmation of the five hypotheses, the compliance with social responsibilities in customer service had the most significant effect, and the other stakeholders service had the least effect in reducing the stakeholders’ expectation gap.
0

2499
2515


Mokhtar
Felehgari
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
felehgari.m1400@gmail.com


Babak
Jamshidinavid
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
jamshidinavid@gmail.com


Mehrdad
Ghanbari
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
mehrdadghanbary@yahoo.com


Rohollah
Jamshidpour
Department of Accounting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
Iran
r.jamshidpour@gmail.com
Compliance audit
Bank social responsibilities
Expectation gap
Stakeholder interests
1

On the existence of solutions for the variational inequality problem $V I(A, psi, phi,g;K)$
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5406.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.23099.2477
1
In this paper, we are concerned with the existence of a solution u 2 K for the variational inequality problem $ V I(A; psi, phi, g;K)$. Furthermore, we propose some conditions that ensure the wellposedness of this problem. We study an operator type $g  ql$ which extends the linear problem. Finally, we investigate the existence of solutions for general vector variational inequalities in the inclusion form.
0

2517
2529


mohsen
alimohammadi
Department of Mathematics, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, IRAN
Iran
amohsen@umz.ac.ir


Maysam
Gilak
PhD student
Mathematics department, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran
Iran
m.hakimabadi@gmail.com
variational inequality
Type $gql$
GKKM mapping
wellposedness
Approximating sequence and Value cone set
1

Weakly diskcyclic mixing operators
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5407.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5407
1
It is known that there are diskcyclic operators that are not satisfy the diskcyclic criterion. This work introduce weakly diskcyclic operators, which are kind of diskcyclic operators, and study its relation with diskcyclic criterion with several results and properties.
0

2531
2537


Rana
Abdulkareem
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for Pure Science (Ibn Al Haitham), Baghdad University, Iraq
Iran
rorrana2013@gmail.com


Zeana
Jamil
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Baghdad University, Iraq
Iran
zina.z@sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
diskcyclic
codiskcyclic
mixing operators
weakly mixing operators
1

Score for some groups ({SUT}(2, p))
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5408.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5408
1
The problem of finding the Artin character and Artin indicator for the groups ({SUT}(2, p)), where (p)= 3, 5, 7 from the induced character from the cyclic subgroups for these groups determined in this work where ({SUT}(2, p)) is the special upper triangular group.
0

2539
2543


Dunya
Hameed
Department of Mathematics, College of Education, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
dunya_mahamed@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Ahmed
Mohsin
Department of Mathematics, College of Education, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
ahmed_almosawi@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq


Intidhar
Mushtt
Department of Mathematics, College of Education, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
intidhar.z.mushtt@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq
Artin character
Artin indicator
special upper triangular group
cyclic subgroups
1

Semi local hollow modules
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5409.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5409
1
To consider (R) is a commutative ring with unitary, (X) be a nonZero unity left (R  module); (X) is known hollow module if each proper sub module of (X) is semi small local hollow module if (X) has a unique maximal submodule which contains each semi small submodule. The current study deals with this class of modules and give several fundamental properties related with this concept.
0

2545
2553


Nada
Abdullah
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for pure science, Tikrit university, Tikrit, Iraq
Iran
nada.khalid@tu.edu.iq


Nada
Mohammed
Department of Mathematics, College of Education for women, Tikrit university, Tikrit, Iraq
Iran
naya11415@tu.edu.iq
Semi small submodules
Local hollow modules
Semi local hollow module
1

Analysis of the structural reliability of dental filling under the effect of mouthwash G.U.M
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5410.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5410
1
The application of structural reliability analysis has become very important to ensure the strength of the studied structural design, as it presents results that help in giving evidence about the acceptance of that design according to the materials used under specific operating conditions. In this research an experiment was done, to find out the effect of G.U.M mouthwash on cured and recured Visible Light Cured (VLC) composite dental filling material, made according to agreed international standards, where many studies have documented that the surface of restorative materials placed on the tooth may also be affected by the chemical effect of different types of oral health care products, and the experiment was analyzed mathematically by applying structural reliability analysis to know the probability of structural failure when dental filling were exposed to the mouthwash G.U.M (Operational conditions), using analysis technique: the Dvine copula. The results were that the probability of structural failure gave an indication from which to infer the extent to which the experiment was accepted or rejected.
0

2555
2569


Lamiaa
Dawod
College of Health and Medical Technology  Baghdad, Middle Technical University, Iraq
Iran
lamya.abd@mtu.edu.iq


Entsar
Fadam
College of Administration and Economics, Department of Statistics, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Iran
entsar_arebe@coadec.uobaghdad.edu.iq
structural reliability
Probability of structural failure
Dvine copula
mouthwash
dental filling
material
1

Some Properties of $delta$integral with respect $delta$ fuzzy Measure
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5411.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5411
1
The $delta$integral with respect  $delta$  fuzzy measure has significant practical applications such as economic, data mining, etc. In this paper, we define $delta$fuzzy measure and studied the measurable function with respect to $delta$ fuzzy measure, also we defined an integration on a type of measurement, which is called the $delta$ integral because of its importance in many other applications, we studied the properties of this integration and proved some important theories, Besides that, the convergence theorems are studied and the obtained results are proved.
0

2571
2576


Firas
Maghool
Department of Mathematics, College of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Aladisiyah, Iraq
Iran
firas.maghool@qu.edu.iq


Zainb
Radhy
Department of Mathematics, College of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of AlQadisiyah, Iraq
Iran
zainb.hassan@qu.edu.iq
$sigma$ algebra
measurable function
$boldsymbol{delta}$ fuzzy measure
$boldsymbol{delta}$integral
1

Organizational entrepreneurship barriers in sport organizations (IRI. Gymnastics Federation)
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5420.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5420
1
This paper aimed to identify the organizational entrepreneurship barriers of the Gymnastics Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The mixed method and Brown and Clark method were used in the research. The population consisted of two sections, including gymnastics experts and university professors (180 people), and the sample size was 16 people based on the theoretical saturation index and 120 people based on the Cochran formula. Three structural 14, behavioral 13, and contextual barriers with 5 indicators were identified by qualitative data analysis. The research instrument in the quantitative part was a questionnaire that was extracted from the codes of the qualitative part using LISREL and SPSS software. The results confirmed the items and factors in the first and second confirmatory factor analysis tests. Three barriers were identified, and 32 indicators were obtained as the measurement tool. The model was fitted using the structural equation method (SEM) based on path coefficient and tstatistic. The effect of three independent variables was significant (1.00, 0.90, and 0.97), indicating the model’s high estimation power. The results showed that underlying barriers had the most significant effect on the failure of organizational entrepreneurship.
0

2577
2588


Seyed Taher
Alavy Namvar
Department of Sport management, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Islamic Azad
University, Tehran South Branch, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
taher.alavy@gmail.com


Ali Mohamad
Safania
Department of Physical Education and Sport Science , Faculty of Humanities, Islamic Azad University, Science
and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
a.m.safania@gmail.com


Mohamad Reza
Boroumand
Department of Sport management, Faculty of sport sciences and health, University of Shahid Beheshti, Tehran , Iran.
Iran
boroumand@sbu.ac.ir


Akbar
Afarinesh Khaki
Department of Sport management, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Islamic Azad University, Tehran South Branch, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
akbarafarinesh@gmail.com
Sports organizations
Organizational entrepreneurship
Organizational entrepreneurship barriers
1

On the $(4nu,3)$arcs in $PG(2,q)$ and the related linear codes
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5430.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5430
1
In this paper, we use an irreducible planecubic curves in the projective plane $PG(2,q)$ to construct (k,3)arcs of size $4nu$ where $lceil frac{q+12sqrt{q}}{4}rceilleqnuleqlfloor frac{q+1+2sqrt{q}}{4} rfloor$. Each of these arcs gives rise to an errorcorrecting code that corrects the maximum possible number of errors for its length. Furthermore, we discuss the completeness of each arc. The isotropy subgroup of each arc are determined. All Griesmer codes that correspond to planecubic curves are given for $7leq qleq 37,q$ is a prime.
0

2589
2599


Hanan J.
Al_Mayyahi
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iraq
hanan.alhusayn.sci_@gmail.com


Mohammed A.
Alabbood
Department of Mathematics, College of Science, University of Basrah, Iraq
Iraq
mohna_l@yahoo.com
Cubic curves
Arcs
Projective plane
codes
stabilizer groups
1

Energy efficient Q learning based Kullback sparse encoder for traffic and congestion control data delivery in WSN
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5440.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5440
1
In dense traffic Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), traffic congestion can increase routing overhead and packet loss, which restricts the entire network performance, therefore a trafficaware and congestioncontrol data delivery is required to control the traffic. The proposed Energyefficient Qlearning and Kullback Sparse Encoder (EQKSE) method is used for trafficaware routing and congestioncontrol data delivery method for WSN. The method enforces a traffic balancing strategy using the energyefficient reward function and estimates the wireless link quality by the Energyefficient and QLearning Routing algorithm. On the basis of the estimation of each wireless link, the Energyefficient QLearning based Trafficaware Routing model makes routing decisions through energy and queue length to reduce routing overhead and time significantly. With the obtained optimal routes data aggregation are performed at the sink node, causing a proportionate amount of congestion. To handle this issue, a Kullback Leibler Sparse Auto Encoder (KLSAE) Congestioncontrol Data Delivery method is proposed. This KLSAE model with the aid of the reconstruction loss function, through divergence reduces the congestion, therefore contributing to packet loss, and packet delivery ratio. Simulation results show that EQKSE method performs trafficaware routing by minimizing both the route selection time and overhead. In high node density scenarios, it also betters the stateoftheart methods in packet delivery ratio and packet loss rate.
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2601
2618


V
Narayanan
Department of Computer Science, Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore – 21.Tamil Nadu, India
India
narayananvldass@gmail.com


P
Selvan
Department of Computer Science, Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore – 21.Tamil Nadu, India
India
tmselvanin@gmail.com
Wireless Sensor Network
Kullback Leibler
Sparse Auto Encoder
Trafficaware
Congestioncontrol
Data Delivery
1

Directed Power Graphs
https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_5443.html
10.22075/ijnaa.2021.5443
1
In this article, first we introduce six types of power graphs related to a graph (or directed graph), with the help of set theory.Then we show that these newly defined power graphs are pairwise distinct by a few examples. Finally, we discuss the relation between Eulerian being the base graph and these six power graph types. Moreover, we express the relation between pairwise Eulerian of these power graphs.
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2619
2657


Elham
Mokhtarian Dehkordi
Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Iran
e.mokhtarian@semnan.ac.ir


Madjid
Eshaghi
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, Iran
Iran
meshaghi@semnan.ac.ir


Sirous
Moradi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science, Lorestan University, 6815144316, Khorramabad, Iran
Iran
moradi.s@lu.ac.ir


Zahra
Yarahmadi
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science, Khorramabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khorramabad, I. R. Iran
Iran
z.yarahmadi@khoiau.ac.ir
directed Euler tour
directed Euler path
cycle
directed graph
connected directed graph
directed power graph
Eulerian power graph