Cameron University’s Dr. Ioannis Argyros, professor of mathematical sciences, is the co-author of a new mathematics textbook, “Computational Methods in Nonlinear Analysis.” The 575-page volume has been published by World Scientific Publishing Company and is available at www.worldscientific.com. Argyros co-authored the book with Dr. Said Hilout from Poitiers University, Poitiers, France.
The textbook contains new research related to computational methods for solving equations. It is designed to assist researchers, practitioners and students to efficiently utilize numerical methods for approximating solutions of equations resulting from the study of real-life problems arising in biosciences, engineering, mathematical programming, convex optimization, mathematical physics and mathematical economics.
Argyros was assisted in his research by CU mathematics major Daniel Ijigbamigbe as part of his undergraduate research. Ijigbamigbe presented a poster based on the work during Oklahoma Research Day 2013.
A member of the CU faculty since 1990, Argyros has published 24 books and more than 800 peer-reviewed articles on the topic of computational mathematics. He also serves at the editorial board of numerous mathematical journals. He is a frequent reviewer for the American Mathematical Society and other mathematical journals. Argyros is the recipient of the Distinguished Research Award from the Southwest Oklahoma Advanced Technology Association.
March 12, 2014