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2 Chair: Prof. Vinod Kumar Bhardwaj Chair: Prof. Brahim Mezardi Chair: Prof. Vinod Kumar Bhardwaj Chair: Prof. Brahim Mezardi Chair: Prof. Moammad Mursaleen Chair: Prof. Naim Braha Chair: Prof. Moammad Mursaleen Chair: Prof.Naim Braha Chair: Prof.Süleyman Çiftçi Chair: Prof.Süleyman Çiftçi Chair: Prof. M'hamed Eddahbi Chair: Prof. M'hamed Eddahbi REGISTRATION OPENING CEREMONY LUNCH HALL: HALL 1: Farabi HALL 2: AKŞEMSETTİN (M225) HALL 3: NECİP FAZIL Rifat Çolak, λ  Statistical Convergence of Order α Bilal Altay, Difference Sections in FKSpaces Mikail Et, On Δ^{m}Pointwise and Uniform Statistical Convergence of Order Α for Sequences of Functions Faruk Özger, A Note on Some Spaces Related to Cesaro Sequence Spaces and the Graphical Representations of Neighborhoods Ahmet Ocak Akdemir, New Integral Inequalities for Logarithmically Convex Functions with Applications Ahmet Ocak Akdemir, New Estimations for Functions Whose Derivatives in Absolute Value Are QuasiConvex with Applications Şükran Konca, Generalized Difference Sequence Spaces Associated with Multiplier Sequence on a Real n Normed Space Mohamed Said Said, Study of an Inverse Problem That Models the Detection of Corrosion in Metallic Plate Whose Lower Part is Embedded COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK Vinod Kumar Bhardwaj, On Some New Difference Sequence Spaces on NonAbsolute Type İbrahim Çanak, Some Classical Tauberian Theorems for Cesaro Summable Triple Sequences Mahmut Işık, λ Statistical Convergence of Order $ \alfa$ Probabilistic Normed Spaces Mustafa Cemil Bişgin, On New Sequence Spaces Generated By The Triple Band And Lambda Matrix İbrahim Karahan, Fixed Point Problems of SIteration Process for Continuous Functions on an Arbitrary Interval Zarife Zararsiz, Some Contributions to Modals Analysis Enes Yavuz, New Theorems for Absolute Matrix Summability Factors Youssef Ouknine, QuasiInvariance Properties of a Class of Generalized Gamma Convolutions Subordinators COFFEE BREAK Özer Talo, The Extension of the Knopp Core Theorem to Sequences of Fuzzy Numbers Aynur Şahin, On the Strong and ΔConvergence for Total Asymptotically Nonexpansive Mappings on a CAT(0) Space Öznur Ölmez, On the Hausdorff Convergence of a Sequence of Sets Halise Koçak, Common Fixed Point Theorems in Generalized Fuzzy Metric Space Abdelkader Boucherif, Nonlocal Conditions for Semilinear Evolution Inclusions Haouam Kamel, Nonexistence Results for Nonlinear Equation of Fisher Type M'hamed Eddahbi, Probabilistic Interpretation of Some Partial Differential Osman Yılmaz, The Fine Spectra of the Fibonacci Operator F Over the Sequence Spaces c and lp, (1 < p < inf) COFFEE BREAK Naim Braha, Lambda^2 Weighted Statistical Convergence and Korovkin TypeTheorem Hüseyin Çakallı, A Variation on QuasiCauchy Sequences Cemal Belen, Some Tauberian Theorems for Statistical Cesaro Summability Erdinç Dündar, Multipliers for Bounded Convergent of Double Sequences Thursday, September 12, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Mohammad Mursaleen (CHAIR: Prof. Feyzi Başar ) Infinite System of Differential in Some BK Spaces Keynote Speaker: Prof. Veli Shakhmurov (CHAIR: Prof. Abdullah Çavuş) Separability Properties of Regular and Singular Degenerate Differential Operators in Abstract Spaces Ziane Djelloul, Variational Homotopy Perturbation Method for Solving the KorteweDe Vries K(2,2) Meltem Sertbaş, Normal Extensions of a First Order Differential Operator Cevahir Doğanay Gün, On the Behavior of the Algebraic Polynomials in the Regions of Complex Plane Abdullah Çavuş, Existence of Periodic Solutions of Nonlinear Differential in Banach Spaces CONFERENCE DINNER Leila Djouamai, Decay Property of RegularityLoss Type for Solutions in Elastic Solids with Voids Uğur Ulusu, On Strongly {I} and {I}^*Lacunary Convergence of Sequences of Sets A. Barbaros Dikmen, Convergence of VidenskiiBaskakov Operators in Rational Functions Maya Altınok, Statistical SupremumInfimum and Statistical Convergence Ulaş Yamancı, A^{I}Statistical Convergence with Respect to a Sequence of Modulus Functions Sinan Ercan, On Some Sequence Spaces of NonAbsolute Type Cüneyt Çevik, Continuity in Vector Metric Spaces Wafaa Batat, Ricci Solitons on Lorentzian Manifolds with Large Isometry Groups Çetin Yıldız, On New Fejér Type Inequalities for mconvex and Quasi Convex Functions Selim Çobanoğlu, The Rate of Convergence of Truncated Hypersingular Integrals Generated by the Poisson Semigroup Birol Gündüz, On a OneStep Iterative Scheme for Multi Valued Maps in WHyperbolic Spaces Hüsamettin Çapan, Domain of the Double Band Matrix Defined by Fibonacci Numbers in the Maddox' Space $\ell(p)$ Ali Karaisa, Some Topological and Geometrical Properties of the Generalized Difference Euler Sequence Space Ümit Karabiyik, Almost Sequence Spaces Derived by the Domain of the Matrix A^r Mualla Birgül Huban, Lacunary AStatistical Convergence on Probabilistic Normed Space Murat Candan, Domain of the Double Sequential Band Matrix in the Spaces of Convergent and Null Sequences
3 Chair: Prof. Bakhtiyar Ismailov Chair: Prof. Youssef Ouknine Chair: Prof. Eberhard Malkowsky Chair: Prof. Bakhtiyar Ismailov Chair: Prof. Youssef Ouknine Chair: Prof. Alexey Lukashov Chair: Prof. Abdelkader Boucherif Chair: Prof. Assia GuezaneLakoud Chair: Prof. Alexey Lukashov Chair: Prof. Abdelkader Boucherif Chair: Prof. Assia GuezaneLakoud REGISTRATION OPENING CEREMONY Thursday, September 12, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Mohammad Mursaleen (CHAIR: Prof. Feyzi Başar ) Infinite System of Differential in Some BK Spaces LUNCH HALL: HALL 4: AHMET CEVDET PAŞA HALL 5: EDİSON (M226) HALL 6: EVLİYA ÇELEBİ (M229) Mahmoud Rawashdeh, Approximate and Exact Solutions for Linear and Nonlinear PDEs Using the RDTM Mergane Pape Djiby, On the Asymptotic Normality of the Gini Index and Its Influence with the Mutual Growth Erdal Korkmaz, Stability and Boundedness to Certain Differential of Fourth Order with Multiple Delays Mustafa Nadar, Multivariate Trend Test Based on the Oja Rank Maede Ramazannejad, An Inertial Proximal Method by Discretization of a Third Order Differential Equation Aytekin Eryılmaz, Elastic Stability Analysis of Uniform Euler Columns with and Without SelfWeight by Means of Homotopy Analysis Method Ouarda Benmanseur, Regularization and Estimate of the Error for a Class of illposed Problems Abdelhakim Necir, On the Asymptotic Normality of the Adapted Hill Estimator to Censored Data Bensayah Abdallah, Asymptotic Modelling of TimeDependent Frictionless Signorini Problem. the Case of Linear Shallow Shells COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK Ali Özyapıcı, Applications Of Multiplicative Calculus To Exponential Signal Processing Dalel Zerdazi, Understanding the Bias Variance Tradeo in Order to Improve a Best Generalization Abdallah Tamrabet, Wastewater Characterization and Evaluation Tests of the Impact on Soil and Plant by Spreading: Case of ElMadher Plain Ghomari Kaoutar, Asymptotic Analysis for Schrödinger Hamiltonians Via BirkhoffGustavson Normal Form Amir ElHaffaf Existence Theorems for a FifthOrder Boundary Value Problem Djamel Meraghni, Bias Reduction in EVTBased Estimation of Some Risk Measures Merad Ahcene, He's Method and Adomian's Method for Solving a Class of Hyperbolic Tarana Aliyeva, Application Bayesian Approach in Tasks DecisionMaking Support COFFEE BREAK Smail Yousfi, Functional Principal Component Analysis of Multivariate Density Functions Oumar Thiam General and Universal JarqueBerra Tests and Application Djeridi Zohra, Conception of Bayesian Plan for the Clinical Trials Nouri Boumaza, FaedoGalerkin Method Applied for Nonlocal Problem Abdelkader Gasmi, Numerical Solution of Jet Flow Issuing From a Funnel Chems Eddine Berhail, Periodic Solutions of the Third Order Differential Equation Khalifa EsSebaiy, Parameter Estimation for Fractional Ornstein Uhlenbeck Processes : From Weak Convergence to Almost Sure Central Limit Theorems Mohamed Faouzi Zerarka, The One to One Dilation 5 Embedding the Crossed Hypercube Into Pancake Graph COFFEE BREAK Keynote Speaker: Prof. Veli Shakhmurov (CHAIR: Prof. Abdullah Çavuş) Separability Properties of Regular and Singular Degenerate Differential Operators in Abstract Spaces Radjef Sonia, An Algorithm to Solution Generalized Quadratic Convex Programs Toumi Manel, Spectral Gap of Multi Color Homogeneous Exclusion Process Cevdet Meriç, Courses of Mathematics in the Engineering Education El Amir Djeffal, InteriorPoint Algorithm for Semidefinite Optimization Problem Based on New Kernel Function CONFERENCE DINNER Belaloui Soheir, Computing Bounds of Reliability for Multi State Consecutive koutofln Series System Messaci Fatiha, Rate of Strong Convergence of Estimators of the Density and Hazard Rate Based on Twice Censoring Data Erdoğan Şen, Some Spectral Properties of Eigenvalues of a SturmLiouville Type Problem with Retarded Argument Zili Mounir, SubMixed Fractional Brownian Motion Fawzi Abdelwahid, Modified SumuduAdomian Method Applied to NthOrder Volterra IntegroDifferential Abdelhamid Zerroug, Simulation of the Growth Cancerous Tumors and Estimation of Their Fractal Dimension with New Methods Deghdak Messaoud, On the Existence of Berge Equilibrium with Pseudocontinuous Payoffs Yıldırım Bayazit, Unsteady Helical Flow of Viscoelastic Fluid Amel Boulfoul, The number of limit cycles for generalized polynomial Linard di erential equations Ahcene Merad, He's method and Adomian's method for solving a class of hyperbolic Kadriye Aydemir, Spectral Analysis of One SturmLiouville Problem with Impulsive Conditions Lylia Salah Derradji, Global Solution of Reaction Diffusion System with a Full Matrix Guendouzi Toufik, Existence of Mild Solutions for Impulsive Fractional Stochastic with Infinite Delay Essaky El Hasan, Generalized BSDE with 2Reflecting Barriers and Stochastic Quadratic Growth Boussayoud Ali, Symmetric and Generating Functions
4 Chair: Prof. Bilal Altay Chair: Prof.Rıfat Çolak Chair: Prof.Metin Başarır Chair: Prof. Bilal Altay Chair: Prof.Rıfat Çolak Chair: Prof.Metin Başarır Chair: Prof. Bilal Altay Chair: Prof.Tunay Bilgin Chair: Prof. Evgenii Bashkirov Hall is reserved Chair: Prof.Tunay Bilgin Chair: Prof. İrfan Şiap Friday, September 13, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Assia GuezaneLakoud (CHAIR: Prof. Allaberen Ashyralyev ) On Some Fractional Boundary Value Problems HALL HALL 1: Farabi HALL 2: AKŞEMSETTİN (M225) HALL 3: NECİP FAZIL Medine Yeşilkayagil, On the Fine Spectrum of the Operator Defined by the Lambda Matrix Over the Space lp, (P>1) Uğur Kadak, Hakan Efe, Construction of the Duals of Classical Sequence Spaces with Respect to NonNewtonian Calculus on Reals Şeyda Çakar, Fixed Points Problems and Existence and Uniqueness of Solution for QuasiEquilibrium Problems on Cone Metric Space Abidin Kaya, New Extremal and Optimal Binary SelfDual Codes from Quadratic Residue Codes Over F2 + uf2 + u 2F2 Abdullah Paşa, Constructing Gray Maps From Combinatorial Geometries Guenda Kenza, Quantum Codes Over Rings Ahmet Faruk Çakmak, Certain Spaces of Functions Over the Field of NonNewtonian Complex Numbers Fatma Özen Erdoğan, On Modules Over Local Rings Huseyin Kaplan, A Variation on N_ThetaWard Continuity LUNCH Abderrahmane Bouchair, Restriction Map on Function Spaces Bachouche Kamal, $\\Phi$Laplacian BVPs with Linear Bounded Operator Conditions Seda Öztürk, The Orthogonal Projections with Respect to a Periodic Continuous Unitary Representations of (R,+) Group on Complex Hilbert Spaces Serkan Demiriz, Some Matrix Transformations on the Fibonacci Almost Sequence Space Mahmut Karakuş, Toeplitz Semiconservative FK Spaces Mehmet Şengönül, On the Similarity Degree of the Sequences of Fuzzy Numbers Suat Karadeniz, Extremal Binary SelfDual Codes of Lengths 64 and 66 From FourCirculant Constructions Over F2 + uf2 Hasan Eser, On Linear Groups Over a Quadratic Extension of the Field of Three Elements Bülent Köklüce, Representation Number Formulae for Some Octonary Quadratic Forms Rebiai Belgacem, Global Classical Solutions for a Strongly Coupled ReactionDiffusion System Without Growth Conditions on the Nonlinearities Okba Zehrour, Estimating the Bounds for the Generalized 4 Dimensions Chaotic System Farouk Cherif, Pseudo Almost Automorphic Solutions of a Class of Cushing Including Gamma Distributed Delays with a Gap Fatih Kutlu, Distances Between Intuitionistic Fuzzy Numbers Based on Sendograph Metric Hüseyin Çakallı, On lacunary statistically quasicauchy Sequences COFFEE BREAK Karima Hammache, Fixed Point Theorems for 1Set Contractions in Banach Spaces Esmehan Uçar, Some Geometric Properties of the Domain of the Double Band Matrix Defined by Fibonacci Numbers in the Sequence Space $\ell(p)$ Ibrahim AlAyyoub, A Result on Normality of Monomial Ideal Ruşen Yılmaz, The Arens Triadjoints of Some Bilinear Maps Yurdal Sever, Regularly Ideal Convergence and Regularly Ideal Cauchy Double Sequences in 2Normed Spaces Nazlı Kadıoğlu, Approximating Fixed Points of Nonexpansive Mappings by a Faster Iteration Process Nurullah Yilmaz, mustatistical Convergence of Multiple Sequences in Cone Metric Spaces Hasan Akın, The Entropy and Reversibility of Cellular Automata on Cayley Tree İbrahim Karahan, Weak Convergence Theorem by a New Extragradient Method for Fixed Point Problems and Variational Inequality Problems Benabdallah Mehdi, Control Of Some Degenerate Differential Systems in Hilbert Spaces Neslihan Kaplan, Common Fixed Point Theorems for Rational Type Contraction Mappings in BACone Metric Space Esra Yolaçan, Strong Convergence Theorems for Two Finite Families of Total Asymptotically Nonexpansive Mappings in Banach Spaces Esra Sümeyra Yılmaz, Some Geometric Properties of the Domain of the Triangle $\widetilde{a}$ in the Sequence Space $\ell(p)$ Şeyda Keleş, On B Campanato Spaces COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK Meltem Kaya, On the Spaces of Lambda Convergent and Bounded Series Abdisalam Sarsenbi, The Systems Consisting of Sines and Cosines and Their Completeness Ekber Girgin, Fixed Point Results for $\psi$type Contractions in Metric Spaces Involving a Graph Ilmi Hoxha, On $n*$perinormal Contractions and Hyper Invariant Subspaces Sümeyra Uçar, On the Presentations of Prime Numbers Keynote Speaker: Prof. Brahim Mezerdi (CHAIR: Prof. İrfan Şiap ) On Optimal Control of Forward Backward Stochastic Differential Tunay Bilgin,Murat İbrahim Yazar, Remarks on Soft Normed Spaces Nurdan Kuru, The Uniformly Convex in Every Direction Structure of l(p,u,v) Ekrem Savaş, On Asymptotically I_{lambda} Statistical Equivalent Sequences in Topological Groups Merve Özkan, Contractive Mapping Theorems in Vector Metric Spaces Emrah Yılmaz, ΛStatistical Convergence on Time Scales Alexey Lukashov, Menke Points on Several Intervals Vesna Velickovic, Visualisations and Animations of Certain Transformations Between Surfaces Abdizhahan Sarsenbi, About Eigenfunctions of Differential Operator of Second Order with Involution Samira Rihani, Pseudo Almost Periodic Solutions Of Some Nonlinear Fractional Differential Mehmet Kır, Hukmi Kızıltunç, A New Extension of Chatterjea Type Contractive Condition in Metric Spaces Nassim Ferahtia, Localisations of Besov Spaces Tuba Yiğit, Ideal Convergence of Multiple Sequences in Cone Metric Spaces Mehmet Ali Aktürk, Inequality for Derivatives of Rational Functions on Several Intervals
5 Chair: Prof. Evgenii Bashkirov Chair: Assoc. Prof. Yaşar Sözen Chair: Prof. Allaberen Ashyralyev Chair: Prof. Evgenii Bashkirov Chair: Assoc. Prof. Yaşar Sözen Chair: Prof. Allaberen Ashyralyev Chair: Prof. Feyzi Başar Chair: Prof. Abdizhahan Sarsenbi Chair: Prof. Salim A. Messaoudi Chair: Prof. Murat Özdemir Chair: Prof. Abdizhahan Sarsenbi Chair: Prof. Salim A. Messaoudi HALL HALL 4: AHMET CEVDET PAŞA HALL 5: EDİSON (M226) HALL 6: EVLİYA ÇELEBİ (M229) Hilmi Ergören, A General Boundary Value Problem for Impulsive Fractional Differential Hossein Jafari, A New Modification of the Adomian Decomposition Method for Nonlinear Integral Fatma Tokmak, Existence Of Positive Solutions for Nonlinear ThirdOrder MPoint Boundary Value Problems On Time Scales Idir Ouassou, Ridge Estimation When Some Components of Vector Are Restricted Friday, September 13, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Assia GuezaneLakoud (CHAIR: Prof. Allaberen Ashyralyev ) On Some Fractional Boundary Value Problems Amel Boulfoul, The Number of Limit Cycles for Generalized Polynomial Liénard Differential Abdelatif Toualbia, Invariant Regions and Global Existence of Solutions For Reaction Diffusion Systemes With a Full Matrix of Diffusion Fares Mokhetari, The Anisotropic Parabolic with LowerOrder Term and L^MData Zemmouri Asma, On a Problem of Sturm  Liouville by Using the Model of Friedrichs Allaberen Ashyralyev, WellPosedness of Fractional Parabolic Differential and Difference with the DirichletNeumann Condition Yaşar Sözen, A Note on Reidemeister Torsion and Pleated Surfaces Mesut Ürün, A Second Order of Accuracy Difference Scheme for Schrödinger with an Unknown Parameter Serhat Yılmaz, NonPolynomial Cubic Spline Method for the Solution of NonLinear Fisher's Equation Mohammed Chebbah, Revision of the Method GABASSOV Multi Objective Linear Primal  Dual in Optimal Control and Extension to the Case Quadratic Nemouchi Nahima, Uniform Almost Complete Convergence for Nonparametric Local Linear Estimates with Functional Data Necat Polat, Blow Up of Positive InitialEnergy Solutions for a System of Nonlinear Hyperbolic LUNCH İrfan Şiap, On Z_pZ_p^2 Additive Codes Cherif Mihoubi, A New Class of Isodual Cyclic Codes of Rate 1/2 Over GF(7) Batoul Aicha, On SelfDual Cyclic Codes Over Finite Principal Ideal Rings Zeynep Ödemiş Özger, Linear, Cyclic and Constacyclic Codes Over S_4 Maheshanand Behaintwal, Cyclic Codes Over Z_4 + uz_4 Tolgay Karanfiller, Generalized Integral Transform for Differential Equation Chikhi Malika, Multinomial Logit Models Yaşar Sözen, PantDecomposition of Oriented Hyperbolic Riemann Surfaces and Reidemeister Torsion Nurhan Dündar, Stability of Solitary Waves for a Generalized HigherOrder Shallow Water Equation Ömer Açan, New Results on Existence of Periodic Solutions for a Kind of RayleighType Equation with a Deviating Argument COFFEE BREAK Mezabia Mohammed El Hadi, Asymptotic Analysis of Frictionless Signorini Problem of Linear Elastic Membrane Shell Adem Kılıçman, On Generation of IntegroDifferential by Using the Convolutions Elif Öztürk, Stability of Difference Schemes for Bitsadze Samarskii Type Nonlocal Boundary Value Problem Involving Integral Condition Zafer Çakır, Note on Small Singular Values of Sequences of Matrices Deniz Ağırseven, Stability of Delay Parabolic Difference Charyyar Ashyralyev, High Order Approximation of the Inverse Elliptic Problem with DirichletNeumann Conditions Ali Uğur Sazaklıoğlu, On the Almost Coercivity of An Identification Problem Arising in Biomechanics Esra Çevik, A New Integral Representation of Generalized Riesz Potentials Kacem Belghaba, On Permutation Binomials Over Finite Fields Tuba Tunç, On Graphs for the Congruence Subgroups Tao (M; N) Ali Reza Ashrafi, Recent Results on NonCommuting Graph of Finite Groups Bijan Soleimani, Normal EdgeTransitive and 1/2ArcTransitive Cayley Graphs on NonAbelian Groups of Order 2pq, p and q are Distinct Primes Hayati Olğar, Operator Treatment in Modified Hilbert Spaces for New Type Boundary Value Problems İrfan Türk, A Mathematical Model of Swine Flu 2009 with Vaccination Abdelkader Lamamri, Planning and Management of Transport Resources Lamiche Chaabane, Segmentation of MR Images Using Data Fusion Models in the Possibility Theory Context COFFEE BREAK Keynote Speaker: Prof. Brahim Mezerdi (CHAIR: Prof. İrfan Şiap ) On Optimal Control of Forward Backward Stochastic Differential COFFEE BREAK Nesibe Tüfekçi, On the Involutions of Antihomomorphisms of Dihedral Groups Mesbah Kauther, A New Chaotic Attractor From Modified Chen Equation Ömer Küsmüş, Characterization of U_1(ZC_24) İsmail Z Gökhan Kelebek, On the Units of the Integral Group Ring [C_{n} C₃] Mohamed Hachama, Solving the Image Registration Problem: a Comparative Study Yousef Jafarzadeh, Best Trapezoidal Solution of Fuzzy Nonlinear by Metric Space AbdEl Kader Sahraoui, Formal Methods in Systems Design an Validation and Verification Tahar Mehenni, Single Machine Scheduling Problem with Non Renewable Resources Ramazan Yazgan, Existence of Periodic Solutions to MultiDelay Functional Differential Equation Hamida Salim, Spectral Regularization Method for An Abstract IllPosed Problem Ouahiba Gharbi, Topological Methods for the Resolution of Nonlinear Problems Erhan Pişkin, Exponential Growth of Solutions for Coupled Nonlinear Wave with Damping and Source Terms Necat Polat, On Existence of Global Solutions for a Nonlinear KleinGordon Equation Aaid Djamel, A Piecewise Quadratic Underestimation for Global Optimization Goual Hafida, A Modified ChiSquared GoodnessOfFit Test for the Inverce Weibull Distribution, Nurullah Yılmaz, New Optimization Techniques in Mechanical Characterization for BetaSn Single Crystals Zilal Direk, Finite Difference Method for the Integral Differential Equation of the Hyperbolic Type in a Hilbert Space Fatma Songül Özesenli Tetikoğlu, A Note on Elliptic with Bitsadze Samarskii Condition Şerife Rabia Bayramoğlu, HighOrder Compact Difference Scheme for the Numerical Solution Oftime Fractional Heat
6 Chair: Prof. Murat Özdemir Chair: Prof. Oktay Muhtaroğlu Chair: Prof. Bakhtiyar Ismailov Chair: Prof. Feyzi Başar Chair: Prof. Mikail Et Chair: Prof. Eberhard Malkowsky HALL HALL 1: Farabi HALL 2: AKŞEMSETTİN (M225) HALL 3: NECİP FAZIL Bahadır Özgür Güler, A Note on Genus Problem and Conjugation of the Normalizer Lale Cona, Gelfand Numbers of Infinite Diagonal Matrices Saturday, September 14, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Salim A. Messaoudi (CHAIR: Prof. Mohammad Mursaleen ) General Decay in Viscoelastic Necip Şimşek, Operators Ideal of Difference Sequence Spaces Derived by Using a Generalized Weighted Mustafa Aydın, Domain of the Triangle $\widetilde{a}$ in the Maddox' Space $\ell(p)$ CLOSING CEREMONYCONFERENCE PHOTO BOSPHORUS TOUR Ekrem A. Aljimi, Some Results of Weighted NorlundEuler Statistical Convergence Havva Nergiz, Compact Operators Between Mixed Norm Spaces HALL HALL 4: AHMET CEVDET PAŞA HALL 5: EDİSON (M226) HALL 6: EVLİYA ÇELEBİ (M229) Khalide Jbilou, TSVD BlockExtrapolation Methods for Linear Matrix IllPosed Problems Tulegen R. Amanbayev, Modeling the Straitened Sedimentation Process in the TwoFractional Suspension in Presence of Interfractional Coagulation Saturday, September 14, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Salim A. Messaoudi (CHAIR: Prof. Mohammad Mursaleen ) General Decay in Viscoelastic Turgut Yeloğlu, Approximate Solutions of TwoPoint Boundary Value Problems Elif Erçelik, The Local Convergency Rate of the Mean Squared Error of the Density Estimators by Using the Second Order Modulus of Continuity Type Majorant CLOSING CEREMONYCONFERENCE PHOTO BOSPHORUS TOUR Arzu Erdem, A Simultaneous Approach to Inverse Source Problem by Green's Function Timur Ayhan, On the Global Existence and Boundedness to Nonlinear Differential of Second Order Hamidane Nacira, Upper and lower solutions method for a multipoint boundary value problem POSTER SESSION :3016:30 and :1512:15 at Mevlana Square Grar Hassina, A modified extragradient method to solve variational inequalities problem Samia Kouachi, Positive Solutions for a Fractional Boundary Value Problem Mourad Chelgham, On nilpotent FCgroups  stability and combinatory  Mojtaba Bahramian, Sandpile group of nanotubes Labdaoui Ahlam, Sample size and the probability of a successful trial Lilia Zenkoufi, Existence of positive solutions for a thirdorder multipoint boundary value problem Mountassir Hamdi Cherif, Homotopy Perturbation Method For Solving The Cahn Hilliard Equation with Timeand SpaceFractional Derivatives Benatia Fatah, Asymptotic properties of the wavelet regression function estimator with censored dependent data Belaribi Hassiba, Relationships between strength ultrasonic pulse velocity in concrete in high temperature Hadjer Adimi, Index of Hom Lie Algebras Ibtissem Boukemara, Bistability And Bifurcations for Piecewise Smooth Maps Lamine Melkemi, On exit problem of dynamic systems, randomly perturbed FatimaZohra Mostefai, Weak solutions of Boundary Value Problem of Fractional order on Unbounded Domains in Banach Spaces Larribi Naima, Finitness of the point spectrum of transport operator with matricial potential Mimia Benhadri, Stability in neutral nonlinear functional differential equations established using fixed point theory Imad Rezzoug, Sentinels for the identification of pollution in domains with missing data Nawel Khodja, On the asymptotic behavior of deterministic and Random maturity barrier options Ahcene Boucena, Strong asymptotics of Sobolev extremal polynomials off the segment Elhadj Dahia, Absolutely Continuous Polynomials Chafia Daili, An effcient algorithm for nonconvex quadratic optimization under quadratic constraints Zahira Kebaili, Numerical implementation of a penalty algorithm for non linear complementarity problems. Rachida Rihani, CFD simulation of flow in externalloop airlift reactor Soumia Kharfouchi, 2D GARCH models : Theory and appication Necib Abdelhalim, Mixed problem for a five order mixed type partial differential equation Rachida Rihani, Samira Rihani, Modeling Algerian Chlorella sp gowth in batch reactor Hemis Rokia, Bayesian Inference of the Gaussian Mixture GARCH Model with Periodic Error Mondher Damak, On the continuity of spectra for families of magnetic pseudodifferential operators Yassamina Tabet, Multiple positive solutions for a nonlocal boundary value problem with sign changing nonlinearities on infinite intervals Amara Guerfi, On A Problem That Models The Growth Of Cancerous Tumors Souhila Kerris, Periodic solutions and heteroclinic orbits for a second order differential equation Sefa Anil Sezer, On a weighted mean method of summability S. Şule Şener, Hakki Gungor, The Use of Newmark and Houbolt Methods for the Weak Solution of the Wave Equation Kheir Saadaoui, Numerical solution of twodimesional NavierStokes equations inelliptical CoordinatesApplication of Natural Convection in a Greenhouse Samira Taleb, Retrial Queue with Server Breakdowns and Preventive Maintenance Khouni Yassine, Nonlocal problem of differential inclusion of integral type Souad Azra, Groups with some groups in hypercentral Benseghir Rym, Invariant measure and periodic solution for the stochastic equation of a viscous gas Samia Ouamane, 1soliton solutions of a nonlinear system with constant coe cients using the functional variable method Sana Belyacine, Nonexistence of global solutions to systems of degenerate parabolic equations Fatima Dib, Variational Approach to Impulsive Delay Di erential N. Bakhtiyar Ismailov, Mathematical Modeling of Heavy Gas in the Atmosphere with the Concentration Inhomogeneity
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