Applied Mathematics

Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Faculty of Graduate Studies Granted Sajeda Fraihat the Master’s Degree in Applied Mathematics

Student Sajeda Fraihat – a student at the Master in Applied Mathematics in Arab American University defended her thesis under the title “Using Principal Component Analysis and Linear Discriminant Analysis as Dimensionality Reduction Techniques”.

databases is one of the recent sciences that aim to reduce time and effort for the models of machines and the artificial intelligence.

The committee of Dr. Hasan Hanayshe – the Student Supervisor, Dr. Mahmoud Manasra- the Internal Examiner and Dr. Inad Nawajaa- the External Examiner from Hebron University decided to grant Sajeda Fraihat the Master’s Degree.

Thursday, July 1, 2021
Thesis Defense about “Multiline Regression: Main Causes of Traffic Accidents in Jenin as a Case Study”

Researcher Fatima Ibrahim – an Applied Mathematics student in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in Arab American University defended its thesis that was entitled “Multiline Regression: Main Causes of Traffic Accidents in Jenin as a Case Study”

The study aimed to analyze the main causes and factors affecting the traffic accidents in Jenin during the year 2018.

The researcher discussed the simple-line regression and multiline regression in addition to analyzing the traffic accidents data.

Saturday, August 26, 2017
Researcher Mahmoud Taher Ibrahim defense

Researcher Mahmoud Taher Ibrahim, a student in Applied Mathematics program at Faculty of Graduate Studies at Arab American University, defended his master degree thesis entitled “The Legendre Wavelet Method for Solving Nonlinear Equations”.

The researcher analyzed the Legendre two-variable method to solve Volterra's nonlinear integrative equation of single, binary and three-dimensional. Pointing, the Legendre two-shifting-variable method was studied in detail. He founded some formulas related to Volterra three-dimensional integrative equation. In order to find an approximate solution Volterra equation was converted from type I to type II to reach a linear system of algebraic equations. The researcher presented numerical examples to illustrate the method and its accuracy.


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