Articles in Press Volume 7, Issue 1 (2019)

Authors : D. Senthilkumar and P. Tamil Selvi
Title : Weighted Composition of m-Quasi k-Paranormal Operators
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 1−8

Abstract: In this paper we discuss the conditions for a composition operator and a weighted composition operator to be m-quasi k-paranormal operator and also the characterization of m-quasi k-paranormal operator on weighted Hardy space.

Keywords: m-quasi k-paranormal operator,Composition operator,Weighted Hardy space.


Authors : Khawlah Hashim Hussain
Title : Some New Modifications of Adomian Technique for Nonlinear Volterra Integral Equations
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 9−14

Abstract: In this paper, the nonlinear Volterra integral equations are solved by using new modifications of the Adomian decomposition technique. The approximate solution of this equation is calculated in the form of a series with easily computable components. The accuracy of the proposed techniques are examined by comparison with exact results. The test problems are presented to illustrate the reliability and performance of the techniques.

Keywords: Adomian decomposition technique, Laplace transform, Nonlinear Volterra integral equation.


Authors : Aakansha Vyas and P. K. Mishra
Title : Fractional Differential Operator of Generalized Mittag-Leffler Function Using Jacobi Polynomial
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 15−22

Abstract: The paper is devoted to the study of generalized fractional calculus of the generalized Mittag-Leffler function $E^{\delta } _{\upsilon ,\rho } \left(z\right)$ which is an entire function of the form \[E^{\delta } _{\upsilon ,\rho } \left(z\right)=\sum\limits_{s=0}^{\infty } \frac{\left(\delta \right)_{s} z^{s} }{{\rm \Gamma }\left(\upsilon s+\rho \right)\; s!} \] Where $\upsilon >0$ and $\rho >0$. For $\delta =1$, it is reduces to Mittag-Leffler function $E_{\upsilon ,\rho } \left(z\right)$. We have shown that the generalized fractional calculus operators transform such function with power multipliers in to generalized Wright function. Some elegant results obtained by Kilbas and Saigo [11], Saxena and Saigo [24] are the special cases of the result derived in this paper.

Keywords: Generalized Mittag-Leffler function, Generalized Fractional Calculus, Generalized Wright function, Jacoby Polynomial.


Authors : S. M. Vanithalakshmi, S. K. Narasimhamurthy and M. K. Roopa
Title : On $\mathbb{R}$-Complex Finsler Space with Matsumoto Metric
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 23−30

Abstract: In this paper, we determined the fundemental tensor fields $( \tilde g_{ij}, \tilde g_{i\bar j})$ and inverse of these tensor fields, their determinant. Further, we studied some properties of non-Hermitian $\mathbb{R}$-complex Finsler space with Matsumoto metric.

Keywords: $\mathbb{R}$-Complex Finsler space, $\mathbb{R}$-complex Finsler space with $(\alpha,\beta)$ metics, $\mathbb{R}$-complex Finsler space with Matsumoto metric.


Authors : T. Elbouayachi
Title : Chirps Construct on Sobolev Spaces and the Behavior of their ${\left\|\hspace{.5cm}\right\|}_{L^2[-\varepsilon,\varepsilon]}$ and ${\left\|\hspace{.5cm}\right\|}_{H^s[-\varepsilon ,\varepsilon ]}$ Norm
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 31−39

Abstract: The main idea of this work is to characterize chirps construct on Sobolev spaces by studying the behavior of ${\left\|f\right\|}_{L^2[-\varepsilon ,\varepsilon ]}$ or ${\left\|f\right\|}_{H^s[-\varepsilon ,\varepsilon ]}$. We expect that the behavior is in order of ${\varepsilon }^{\alpha +\left(\beta +1\right)(\left|s\right|+\frac{1}{2})}$ when $s$ tend to $-\infty $, and we believe that we have equivalence between this and the definition of chirps construct on Sobolev spaces. The formula of a chirp is given in the form ${f\left(x\right)=\left|x\right|}^{\alpha }g({\left|x\right|}^{-\beta })$, where $\beta >0$ and $g$ is an indefinitely oscillating function on $L^2$ or $H^s$. Which means that $g$ has for all $m$ integer one primitive of the order $m$ in the same space.

Keywords: Sobolev Spaces, Norm, Behavior of ${\left\|f\right\|}_{L^2[-\varepsilon ,\varepsilon ]}$.


Authors : Jula Kabeto Bunkure
Title : Lebegue-Bochner Spaces and Evolution Triples
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 41−52

Abstract: The functional-analytic approach to the solution of partial differential equations requires knowledge of the properties of spaces of functions of one or several real variables. A large class of infinite dimensional dynamical systems (evolution systems) can be modeled as an abstract differential equation defined on a suitable Banach space or on a suitable manifold therein. The advantage of such an abstract formulation lies not only on its generality but also in the insight that can be gained about the many common unifying properties that tie together apparently diverse problems. It is clear that such a study relies on the knowledge of various spaces of vector valued functions (i.e., of Banach space valued functions). For this reason some facts about vector valued functions is introduced. We introduce the various notions of measurability for such functions and then based on them we define the different integrals corresponding to them. A function $f:\Omega \to X$ is strongly measurable if and only if it is the uniform limit almost everywhere of a sequence of countable-valued, $\Sigma$-measurable functions. If X is separable and $f: \Omega\to X$, be a function then the following three properties are equivalent: (a) f is strongly measurable; (b) f is weakly measurable; (c) f is Borel measurable. A strongly measurable function $f: \Omega\to X$, is Bochner integrable if and only if the function $\omega\to \left\|f\left(\omega \right)\right\|_X$ is Lebesgue integrable (i.e., $\left\|f\left(.\right)\right\|_X\in L^{1}(\Omega)$). The emphasis of the project is on the so-called Bochner integral, which generalizes in a very natural way the classical Lebesgue integral to vector valued functions. We continue with vector valued functions and introduce the so-called Lebesgue-Bochner spaces, which extend to vector valued functions of the well known Lebesgue $L^{p}$-spaces. We also consider evolution triples and the function spaces associated with them. Evolution triples provide a suitable analytical framework for the study of a large class of linear and nonlinear evolution equations.

Keywords: Banach space, nonlinear, Lebesgue-Bochner, evolution triples.


Authors : H. M. Fenta, P. Kibebew, S. T. Nigatu, Z. Siraye and A. Mulu
Title : Status of Employment in Ethiopia: Bahir Dar University Graduates Tracer Study
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 53−58

Abstract: Background: Both graduates and Higher Education Institutions are increasingly concerned with ensuring that their academic investment results in future employability. The FDRE Ministry of Education has targeted to reach $>$ 80\% of graduates with the first degree of the regular program employed with degree-relevant employment within 1 year after their graduation. Therefore, this GTS was carried out to explore the employability rate, the average time it takes a graduate to find employment measured in months and assess if the employed graduates were employed in their field of study of 2015 and 2016 Bahir Dar University graduates with a first degree, in general.
Method: The study was conducted in Bahir Dar University in 2015 and 2016 regular, first-degree graduates and stratified multistage random sampling was used to select respondents. Out of 4208 graduates, 867 graduates with a response rate of 82.5\% were selected to participate in the study. To determine the prevalence, the duration and the potential factors of employability graduates' in the labor market, both descriptive and inferential statistics were applied.
Result: Seventy-nine percent of surveyed graduates were gainfully employed, of which majority (93\%) was landing with degree-relevant jobs. Most of the employment rate was taking place during 1 to 6 months in duration and the overall average duration of unemployment was 5.08 months. Moreover, the graduates from the Institute of textile and fashion technology and College of Business and Economics have a shorter spell of unemployment (3.62 and 4.41 months) respectively.

Keywords: Employability rate, degree-relevant job, Unemployment Duration.


Authors : Sanaa Al-Marzouki
Title : A New Generalization of Power Lomax Distribution
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 59−68

Abstract: A new generalization of the power Lomax (PL) distribution, called exponentiated power Lomax (EPL), is introduced for modeling lifetime data. Some statistical properties of the EPL distribution are provided. Explicit expressions for the quntile, moments, moment generating function, probability weighted moments and order statistics are studied. Maximum likelihood estimation technique is employed to estimate the model parameters are presented. In addition, the superiority of the EPL distribution is illustrated with applications to two real data sets.

Keywords: Exponentiated-G family; Power Lomax distribution, Order statistics; moments.


Authors : Jula Kabeto Bunkure and Shimelis Adugna Tesema
Title : Assessing the Impact of Implementation of Higher Diploma Program in Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology(EiTEX)
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 69−83

Abstract: This article determine the Higher Diploma program trained and no-trained teachers' skills in classroom instruction as well as pinning to the possible bottlenecks that hamper the successful application of the training skills. On this research a descriptive survey research design and explanatory research method where both qualitative and quantitative data gathering methods and analysis were used. The participants of the study were 20 HDP trained and 20 non-HDP trained teachers and 12 teachers on focused group discussion. The tools for collecting data or gathering data were: Questionnaire, classroom observation and Focused Group Discussion(FGD). In analyzing the quantitative data, statistical techniques of percentage, frequency count, mean and standard deviation were employed. The results indicate that HDP trained teachers were found to be better at reflective practice, implementing variety of active learning methods and assessment techniques than that of non HDP trained ones. However, both HDP trained and non HDP trained teachers have similar attitude towards the use of active learning methods and assessment techniques in their classrooms and it was found to be positive, since HDP trained teachers were found to be better at reflective practice, implementing variety of active learning methods and assessment techniques than that of non HDP trained ones. Besides, independent sample t-test and chi-square were used. The data gathered through qualitative methods was categorized and analyzed on thematic basis as raised in the objectives and the research questions. Large class size, classroom arrangement, lack of resources, and students' passive involvement were mentioned as major challenges to the implementation of a range of active learning methods and assessment techniques. Thus, the university should strengthen the HDP training to promote reflective practice, implementation of active learning methods and use of assessment techniques.

Keywords: Implementation, Skills,active learning methods and assessment techniques.


Authors : Sanaa Al-Marzouki and Taghreed Al-Said
Title : Truncated Weibull Lomax Distribution and its Statistical Inference
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 85−92

Abstract: A new three-parameter lifetime model, called the Truncated Weibull Lomax (TWL) distribution, is introduced. We investigate the density (pdf), distribution function (cdf), survival function (sf), hazard function (hrf), quantile function, r\textsuperscript{th} moment, incomplete moments and order statistics. Maximum Likelihood methods to estimate the TWL distribution parameters are studied. One real data set is applied to illustrate the flexibility of the TWL model compared with some Known models.

Keywords: Lomax distribution, Truncated Weibull-G family, Moments, Maximum likelihood estimation.


Authors : Jula Kabeto Bunkure and Shimelis Adugna Tesema
Title : Determining the impact of Higher Diploma Program on the education Quality: The case of Ethiopian institute of Textile and Fashion Technology(EiTEX)
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 93−106

Abstract: The objective of this study was to Determining the impact of Being thought by Higher Diploma Program trained teacher and Non Higher Diploma Program(HdP) trained teacher on the education Quality. Multiple instruments with multiple sources were used in data collection in the following order: Questionnaire, classroom observation, and Focused group duscussion.On this research qualitative and quantitative data gathering methods and analysis were used. The participants of the study were 331 students from different department and different batch, 20 HDP trained and 20 non-HDP trained teachers. The results indicate that HDP trained teachers were found to be better impact on improving education quality than that of non HDP trained ones. Besides, independent sample t-test and chi square were used. The data gathered through qualitative methods was Large class size, classroom arrangement, lack of resources, and students' passive involvement were mentioned as major challenges to the implementation of a range of active learning methods ad assessment techniques. Thus, the university should strengthen the HDP training to promote Education quality.

Keywords: Impact, qualitative,active learning methods, Quality.


Authors : Saeed M. Ali
Title : Classification of a Nonlinear Fin Equation in Spherical Coordinates via Lie Symmetry Method
Volume, Issue, Year : 7(1)(2019)
Pages : 107−120

Abstract: The nonlinear fin equation in Spherical coordinates is studied in this paper. Classification of temperature dependent thermal conductivity and radial variable heat transfer coefficient is performed via Lie symmetry analysis. Using these symmetries, nonlinear fin equation in spherical coordinates has been transformed into an ordinary differential equation. An Exact solution of this ODE is obtained whenever possible.

Keywords: Lie Symmetry Analysis, Fin Equation, Exact Solutions.