Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
Highlights of the Year
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: New Results

Axis 3: Mathematical Modeling and Study of Random or Deterministic Phenomena

Participant: Sophie Dabo-Niang

In order to identify mathematical modeling (including functional data analysis) and interdisciplinary research issues in evolutionary biology, epidemiology, epistemology, environmental and social sciences encountered by researchers in Mayotte, the first international conference on mathematical modeling (CIMOM’18) was held in Dembéni, Mayotte, from November 15 to 17, 2018, at the Centre Universitaire de Formation et de Recherche. The objective was to focus on mathematical research with interdisciplinarity. This contribution is a book discusses key aspects of recent developments in applied mathematical analysis and modeling. It was written after the international conference on mathematical modeling in Mayotte, where a call for chapters of the book was made. They were written in the form of journal articles, with new results extending the talks given during the conference and were reviewed by independent reviewers and book publishers It highlights a wide range of applications in the fields of biological and environmental sciences, epidemiology and social perspectives. Each chapter examines selected research problems and presents a balanced mix of theory and applications on some selected topics. Particular emphasis is placed on presenting the fundamental developments in mathematical analysis and modeling and highlighting the latest developments in different fields of probability and statistics. The chapters are presented independently and contain enough references to allow the reader to explore the various topics presented.

It is a joint work with Solym Manou-Abi and Jean-Jacques Salone (University of Mayotte, France). This book is to appear Wiley (ISTE) [21].