Proceedings of the conference on Mathematics in Economics, Engineering and Life Sciences[MatSciRep: 105]

Show simple item record Alladi Ramakrishnan, Convener Vasudevan, R., Ed. 2012-07-04T05:45:15Z 2012-07-04T05:45:15Z 2012-07-04T05:45:15Z 1981
dc.description.abstract The conference was inaugurated by one of our distinguished neurosurgeons Dr.B.Ramamurthi, who in addition to his vast experience as a practicing surgeon and a teacher, has taken a dynamic part in various academic bodies, devoted to the promotion of medical research and teaching. His key-note address explained to an inhomogenious gathering of scientists the basic functioning and the latest results of the Brain Mechanism, i.e., the central nervous system. About 35 participants from different parts of our country, representing different fields of research and study, several national laboratories, Institutes and university departments gathered in Mysore, presented new results. They discussed problems and prospects over a wide spectrum of fields of research ranging from Recombinant DNA,and production of Insulin, to soil conservation and economic development. A number of papers relating to Biomedical engineering, sensitivity analysis and sophisticated applications of computer technology to image processing, to other methods of biological information gathering by various types of signals and even to forensic sciences were analysed; Mathematical methods in transport theories relating to reactor research, random media and analysis of active networks were investigated. Modelling in cancer research and mutation rates and the culture of tubercular bacilli were presented. en_US
dc.subject Complex Systems en_US
dc.subject Matscience Report 105 en_US
dc.title Proceedings of the conference on Mathematics in Economics, Engineering and Life Sciences[MatSciRep: 105] en_US
dc.type.institution Institute of Mathematical Sciences en_US
dc.description.pages 341p. en_US
dc.type.mainsub Mathematics en_US

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