Niigata University, Department of Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics at Niigata University covers the following research areas—the structures of the Banach spaces and the Banach algebras including the space of operators and functions; the geometry of algebraic manifold and algebraic structure; the theories and application of number theory, topology, and differential geometry; algebraic theories including computer algebra, cryptography and coding theory; the theories and application of mathematical statistics, including time series analysis and mathematical finance; and mathematical programming, operational research, and optimization theories.

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Separation Of Magnesium And Calcium By Ion Exchange Method Takeshi SOTOBAYASHI Journal of the Faculty of Science, Niigata University. Series I, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Volume 3, Number 2 (1962)
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Representation of Ammann-Beenker tilings by an automaton Kazushi KOMATSU, Kentaro NOMAKUCHI, Kuniko SAKAMOTO, and Takashi TOKITOU Nihonkai Mathematical Journal, Volume 15, Number 2 (2004)
Necessary And Sufficient Conditions For Oscillation Of Second Order Autonomous Neutral Equations With Distributed Delay D. BAINOV and V. PETROV Nihonkai Mathematical Journal, Volume 3, Number 2 (1992)
Commutativity of Operators MASARU NAGISA, MAKOTO UEDA, and SHUHEI WADA Nihonkai Mathematical Journal, Volume 17, Number 1 (2006)