21st International Conference on Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Statistics and Computational Techniques (IMSCT 2012-FIM XXI)


Broad areas of the conference:

Mathematics: Analysis, Algebra, Wavelets, Ordinary and Partial Differential Eq., Applications to Fluid Dynamics and other areas of physical sciences & Engineering.
Combinatorics: Graph Theory, Statistical Designs, Finite Geometries, Cryptography, Number theory, Information, Coding Theory, Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications.
Statistics: Multiple Comparison Procedures, Reliability and Survival Analysis, Statistical Inference, Applied Statistics, Biostatistics, Econometrics, Inference Under Order Restrictions, Prediction, Time Series and Stochastic processes, Statistical Modeling for Medical Research, Environmental Statistics,Survey Sampling, Ranked Set Sampling, Multivariate Analysis, Population Studies, Order Statistics, Statistical Quality Control.
Operations Research: Optimization techniques, Applications to Industry, Management and Technology, Mathematical Modeling and Simulation.
Computer Science: Computing Techniques, Algorithms, Languages.
Bioinformatics:: Statistical techniques in Bioinformatics.

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