J. O. Adeyeye

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  • J. O. Adeyeye, C. Kadelka, R. Laubenbacher, Y. Li Department of Mathematics, Winston-Salem State University, Bioinformatics InstituteDepartment of Mathematics +3 others
  • 2013
The concept of a nested canalizing Boolean function has been studied over the course of the last decade in the context of understanding the regulatory logic of molecular interaction networks , such as gene regulatory networks. Such functions appear preferentially in published models of such networks. Recently, this concept has been generalized to include(More)
—We consider Initial-Boundary value problems associated with nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equation in three independent variables, in a general setting wherein the forcing function is a sum of two monotonic functions. Employing natural lower-upper and coupled lower-upper solutions, we develop iterative schemes which converge uniformly and(More)
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