Navnit Jha
Navnit Jha
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Akbar Bhawan
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021
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Qualifications

  • PhD from University of Delhi , in 2004

Recent Publications

  • TAGE iterative algorithm and nonpolynomial spline basis for the solution of nonlinear singular second order ordinary differential equations, Applied Mathematics and Computations, 218, 3289-3296 (2011).
  • SEIQRS models for the transmission of malicious objects in computer network, Applied mathematical Modeling, 34, 710-715(2010).
  • Alternating group explicit iterative method for non-linear singular Fredholm Integro-differential boundary value problems, International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 86(9),1645-1656(2009).
  • The computation of state variable model in software test process using alternating group explicit iterative algorithm, Journal of Information and Computing Science, 4(2),153-160(2009).
  • An O(h4) accurate quarter sweep alternating decomposition explicit iterative algorithm for non linear two point boundary value problems, International Journal of Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Applications, 1(1), 41-46(2008).
  • Application of QSAGE Solver for the Computation of State Variable Models in Software Test Process, International Journal of Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Applications, ISSN: 0973-8355, 1(3), 305-312(2008).
  • Fixed period of temporary immunity after run of anti-malicious software on computer nodes, Applied Mathematics and Computation, 190, 1207–1212(2007).
  • A Sixth Order Accurate AGE Iterative Method for Non-linear Singular Two Point Boundary Value Problems, Journal of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering, 6, 57-69(2006).
  • A class of variable mesh spline in compression methods for singularly perturbed two point singular boundary value problems. Applied Mathematics and Computations, 168, 704-716(2005).

Research Interests

  • Scientific Computing, Parallel Algorithms, Differential Equations

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