https://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/issue/feedMathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences2019-12-06T10:31:33+0530Dr. Ashok Kumareditor.mjis@chitkara.edu.inOpen Journal Systems<div class="archives"> <h4>Welcome to MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES</h4> </div> <div class="about_jorunal_content"> <p>The journal is devoted to publication of original research papers, survey articles and review articles from all branches of Mathematical Sciences and their applications in engineering and other scientific disciplines with specific thrust towards recent developments in the chosen fields. It is an endeavour to propagate and exchange ideas for research, encourage creative thinking, and provide access to knowledge without any barriers. It has a broad scope that covers fields of pure and applied mathematics, mathematical physics, probability, theoretical and applied statistics, process modelling, control theory, optimization techniques and other related areas. Thus, the journal welcomes papers, both in theoretical and applied fields, of original and expository type that address issues of inter-disciplinary nature and cross-curricular dimensions.</p> <p>The aim of the journal is to offer scientists, researchers and scientific community at large, the opportunity to share knowledge related to advancements in mathematical sciences and its applications in other disciplines by emphasizing on originality, quality, importance and relevance of published work.</p> <p>The ‘Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (Math. J. Interdiscip. Sci.)’ is an open access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to publishing high- quality papers with an internationally recognized Editorial Board Members. It is published twice a year (in March and September).</p> </div>https://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/article/view/208A Mathematical WGED – Model Approach on Short-Term High in Density Exercise Training, Attenuated Acute Exercise – Induced Growth Hormone Response2019-12-05T09:28:48+0530M. Kalirajamkr.maths009@gmail.comK. Perarasanmkr.maths009@gmail.com<p>In the current manuscript, we have demonstrated the recent generalization of Weibull-G exponential distribution (three-parameter) and it is a very familiar distribution as compared to other distribution.It has been found that Weibull-G exponential distribution (WGED) can be utilized pretty efficiently to evaluate the biological data in the position of gamma and log-normal Weibull distributions. It has two shape parameters and the three scale parameters namely, a, b, λ. Some of its statistical properties are acquired, which includes reserved hazard function, probability-density function, hazard-rate function and survival function. Our aim is to shore-up the results of life-time using three-parameter Weibull generalized exponential distribution. Hence, the corresponding probability functions, hazard-rate function, survival function as well as reserved hazard-rate function has been analyzed in the 3 weeks of high-intensity exercise training in short-term. The outcomes of the present study supporting the results of life-time data that the interim elevated intensity exercise activity attenuated an acute exercise induced growth hormone release.</p>2019-09-11T00:00:00+0530Copyright (c) 2019 Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Scienceshttps://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/article/view/209On Color Energy of Few Classes of Bipartite Graphs and Corresponding Color Complements2019-12-06T10:29:51+0530Prajakta Bharat Joshiprajaktabharat.joshi@res.christuniversity.inMayamma Josephprajaktabharat.joshi@res.christuniversity.in<p>For a given colored graph G, the color energy is defined as Ec(G) = Σλ<sub>i</sub>, for i = 1, 2,…., n; where λ<sub>i</sub> is a color eigenvalue of the color matrix of G, A<sub>c</sub> (G) with entries as 1, if both the corresponding vertices are neighbors and have different colors; -1, if both the corresponding vertices are not neighbors and have same colors and 0, otherwise. In this article, we study color energy of graphs with proper coloring and L (h, k)-coloring. Further, we examine the relation between E<sub>c</sub>(G) with the corresponding color complement of a given graph G and other graph parameters such as chromatic number and domination number.</p> <p>AMS Subject Classification: 05C15, 05C50</p>Copyright (c) 2019 Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Scienceshttps://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/article/view/210Prime Coloring of Crossing Number Zero Graphs2019-12-06T10:31:31+0530P. Murugarajans.p.murugarajan@gmail.comR. Aruldosss.p.murugarajan@gmail.com<p>In this paper, prime coloring and its chromatic number of some crossing number zero graphs are depicted and its results are vali-dated with few theorems. Prime Coloring is defined as G be a loop less and Without multiple edges with n distinct Vertices on Color class C={c<sub>1</sub>,c<sub>2</sub>,c<sub>3</sub>,…..c<sub>n</sub>} a bijection ψ:V {c<sub>1</sub>,c<sub>2</sub>,c<sub>3</sub>,…..c<sub>n</sub>} if for each edge e = c<sub>i</sub>c<sub>j</sub> ,i≠j , gcd{ ψ (c<sub>i</sub>), ψ (c<sub>j</sub>)}=1, ψ (c<sub>i</sub>) and ψ (c<sub>j</sub>) receive distinct Colors. The Chromatic number of Prime coloring is minimum cardinality taken by all the Prime colors. It is denoted by η (G).</p>2019-09-11T00:00:00+0530Copyright (c) 2019 Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Scienceshttps://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/article/view/211Effect of Nonthermal Ions on Dust Acoustic Waves in Magnetized Plasma2019-12-06T10:31:32+0530Banajit Sarmahbanajitsarmah@gmail.comAnuradha Devibanajitsarmah@gmail.comJnanjyoti Sarmabanajitsarmah@gmail.com<p>A fluid model is considered to study the nonlinear dust- acoustic waves (DAW) in magnetized dusty plasma. The model consists of dust articles having negative charge, nonthermal ions, and Boltzmann electrons. Sagdeev Potential equation is derived in the form of an energy integral by applying nonperturbative approach. The pseudopotential (Sagdeev potential) profile is analyzed to study the characteristic of the solitary waves. The study has been made related to the transition of the DAW and the corresponding characters by observing the variation of amplitudes and width of the solitons with Mach number, temperature ratio, density ratio, concentration of nonthermal ions, and the direction cosine. The parametric ranges are estimated numerically to confirm the existence of solitary waves of arbitrary amplitude.</p>2019-09-11T00:00:00+0530Copyright (c) 2019 Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Scienceshttps://mjis.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/mjis/article/view/212A Better Approach to Generating Random Numbers2019-12-06T10:31:33+0530Nachandiya Nathannachandiya@yahoo.comSamaila Andrew Mamzasamailaamamza103@gmail.com<p>The term random number has been used by many scholars to explain the behaviour of a stochastic system. Many of such scholars with statistical or mathematical background view it as an organized set of numbers produced by a function in a numerical way in which the next number to be produced is unknown or unpredictable. This paper produced software that generates a sequence of random number and also compared the algorithm with the commonly used method of random number generator. The three most common methods selected were the Mid Square method, Fibonacci method and Linear Congruential Generator Method (LCG). The result shows that the LCG provides a more acceptable result in terms of speed, long cycle, uniformity and independence Applications of this random numbers can be seen in Monte Carlo simulations, simulation or modelling, password generation, cryptography and online games.</p>2019-09-11T00:00:00+0530Copyright (c) 2019 Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences