Cameron University math student, professor co-author mathematics textbook

Cameron University’s Dr. Ioannis Argyros, Professor of Mathematics, has co-authored a new textbook with CU student Samundra Regmi. “Undergraduate Research at Cameron University on Iterative Procedures in Banach and Other Spaces” has been published by Nova Science Publishers. In addition, Argyros has co-authored “Mathematical Modeling for the Solution of Equations and Systems of Equations with Applications, Vol. III,” with Dr. George Karnakata. That textbook is also published by Nova Science Publishers.

The books contain new research by the authors that relates to computational methods for solving equations. Each volume is designed to assist researchers, practitioners and students in efficiently utilizing new 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, mathematical economics and mathematical chemistry.

“Undergraduate Research at Cameron University on Iterative Procedures in Banach and Other Spaces” contains undergraduate research conducted at Cameron University during the last two years. It is intended to be used as a textbook in class or as a reference book for senior undergraduate students and graduate students.

A native of Nawalparasi, Nepal, Regmi contributed to the publication as part of his undergraduate research project. He and Argyros also presented their findings at Oklahoma Research Day in 2018 and 2019, AMS-MAA meetings in January 2018 and 2019, at the 2019 TORUS Conference.

Transactions on Mathematical Programming and Applications, a digital peer-reviewed journal, published a paper on the topic in July, and PanAmerican Mathematical Journal published papers in July and September.

Argyros joined the CU faculty in 1990. He has published 29 books and more than 1,100 peer-reviewed articles on the topic of computational mathematics in addition to contributing chapters to 20 books by others. Argyros is the recipient of the 2001 Distinguished Research Award from the Southwest Oklahoma Advanced Technology Association.


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October 11, 2019