The Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society
(The Journal)


The Society began publishing Progress Reports right from 1907 and then the Journal from 1908 (The 1908 and 1909 issues of the Journal are entitled "The Journal of the Indian Mathematical Club"). From 1910 onwards,it is published as its current title 'the Journal of Indian Mathematical Society.

Since 1933, The Indian Mathematical Society publishes two periodicals

The Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society (New Series)
(J. Ind. Math. Soc.; JIMS ; the Journal ; ISSN 0019-5839 )

and

The Mathematics Student
( Math. Student ; ISSN 0025-5742 ) ,

both of which are quarterly. The four numbers of the Journal constitute a single volume and it is published in two parts: numbers 1 and 2 (January to June) as one part and numbers 3 and 4 (July to December) as the second part. The four numbers of the Student are published as a single yearly volume.

Only the research papers of high quality are published in the Journal.

Editorial Board,
The Journal of the Indian Math. Soc.
(effective January 01, 2014):

Name Affiliation / Address E-mail
Satya Deo
(Editor-in-Chief)
Harish-Chandra Research Institute,
Chhatanag Road, Jhusi, Allahabad-211019, India.
sdeo@hri.res.in
George Andrews Department of Mathematics,
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 USA.
gea1@psu.edu
S. D. Adhikari Harish-Chandra Research Institute,
Chhatanag Road, Jhusi, Allahabad-211019, India.
adhikari@hri.res.in
Ravi P. Agarwal Department of Mathematics,
Texas A & M University-Kingsville,
Kingsville, TX 78363-8202, USA.
agarwal@tamuk.edu
S. K. Nimbhorkar Department of Mathematics,
Dr. B. A. M. University, Aurangabad-431 004 (MS), India.
sknimbhorkar@gmail.com
J. R. Patadia Ex. Professor, Department of Mathematics,
The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara - 390 007, India.
jamanadaspat@gmail.com
Peeyush Chandra Department of Mathematics,
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur,
Kanpur-208 016, India.
peeyush@iitk.ac.in
D. Prasad School of Mathematics,
T. I. F. R., Mumbai-400005, India.
dprasad@math.tifr.res.in
P. Sankaran Institute of Mathematical Sciences,
CIT Campus, Taramani, Chennai- 600 113, India.
sankaran@imsc.res.in
Tej Bahadur Singh Department of Mathematics,
University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, India.
tej_b_singh@yahoo.co.in
Mohd Amin Sofi Department of Mathematics,
University of Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar-190 006, India.
aminsofi@rediffmail.com
V. Srinivas School of Mathematics,
T. I. F. R., Mumbai-400005, India.
srinivas@math.tifr.res.in
V. Suresh School of Mathematics,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad- 500046, India.
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N. K. Thakare Ex-Professor,
Department of Mathematics, University of Pune, Pune- 411007, India.
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S. Thangavelu Department of Mathematics,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-560 012, India.
veluma@math.iisc.ernet.in
B. N. Waphare Department of Mathematics,
University of Pune, Pune- 411007, India.
bnwaph@math.unipune.ac.in

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The following volumes of the Journal are recently published :

NEW SERIES Vol. 81, Nos. 1-2, January - June 2014
(published in January, 2014).

NEW SERIES Special Volume to commemorate
the 125th Birth Anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan and
the National Mathematics Year - 2012.

(published in December, 2013; Guest Editor: A. K. Agarwal).

NEW SERIES Vol. 80, Nos. 3-4, July - December 2013
(published in July, 2013) .

NEW SERIES Vol. 80, Nos. 1-2, January - June 2013
(published in January, 2013).

NEW SERIES Vol. 79, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2012

NEW SERIES Vol. 78, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2011

NEW SERIES Vol. 77, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2010

NEW SERIES Vol. 76, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2009

NEW SERIES Vol. 75, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2008

NEW SERIES The Special Volume on Centenary Year (2007)

NEW SERIES Vol. 74, Nos. 3-4, July-December 2007

NEW SERIES Vol. 74, Nos. 1-2, January-June 2007

NEW SERIES Vol. 73, Nos. 3-4, July-December 2006

NEW SERIES Vol. 73, Nos. 1-2, January - June 2006

NEW SERIES Vol. 72, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2005

NEW SERIES Vol. 71, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2004

NEW SERIES Vol. 70, Nos. 1-4, January - December 2003


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CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 81, Nos. 3-4, July-December, (2014):
(proposed to be published in July, 2014).

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper pages
1. Sanghamitra Beuria,
G. Das
and
B. K. Ray.
An estimate of the rate of convergence
of k-means of
Fourier series of functions of bounded variation.
205-218
2. R. K. Bisht. Generalized strict contractive conditions and
common fixed points.
219-226
3. Jayprakash
Ninu Chaudhari.
A remark on n-absorbing ideals of principal ideal domains. 227-229
4. Sunny Chauhan,
B. D. Pant
and
Stojan Radenovi´.
Common fixed point theorems for r-weakly commuting
mappings with common limit in the range property.
231-244
5. Krishnendu
Gongopadhyay
and
Ravi S. Kulkarni.
The z-classes of isometries. 245-258
6. A. M. Mathai. Explicit evaluations of matrix-variate gamma and
beta integrals in the real and complex cases.
259-271
7. Ramesh Kumar
Muthumalai.
On some definite integrals. 273-282
8. Sudeep S.
Parihar
and V. Suresh.
Division algebras of higher degree over
rational function fields in one variable.
283-293
9. J. K. Pati,
D. K. Dalai
and
R. B. Dash.
Oscillatory and non oscillatory behavior of the equation
y''' + p0 t^beta y' + q0 t^delta y = 0
by using integral conditions of oscillation.
295-308
10. H. P. Patil,
B. Basavanagoud
and
V. Ramakrishna.
Graph equations involving line graphs, middle graphs
and mediate graphs.
309-318
11. Stojan Radenovic. Coincidence point results for nonlinear contraction
in ordered partial metric spaces.
319-333
12. J. Raja N. Sabu. Justification of the asymptotic analysis of
linear shallow shells.
335-356
13. R. Rangarajan
and
Ananth Kumar S. R.
Laplace decomposition methods for solving certain class
of differential difference equations.
357-367
14. G. S. Saluja. Convergence theorems for two asymptotically nonexpansive
non-self mappings in uniformly convex Banach spaces.
369-385

CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 81, Nos. 1-2, January-June, (2014):
(published in January, 2014).

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper poages
1. Abhijit Banerjee
and
Sujoy Majumder.
A uniqueness result related to meromorphic functions
sharing two sets II.
01-12
2. V. K. Bhardwaj
and
Sandeep Gupta.
On the space of theta-conergent sequences. 13-21
3. J. N. Chaudhari
and
K. J. Ingale.
On 2-absorbing substractive ideals in semi rings. 23-35
4. V. K. Chaudhary. Matrix transformations on some generalized
difference sequence spacing.
37-43
5. S. Chauhan,
I. beg
and
B. D. Pant.
Impact of (CLRST) property and existance of
fixed points using imlicit relations.
45-59
6. K. N. Darji
and
R. G. Vyas.
On two variables functions of bounded p-variation in the mean. 61-66
7. Thomas Ernst. Convergence aspects of q-Appell functions I. 67-77
8. V. K. Jain. Certain interesting implications of Arestov's
integral inequalities for polynomials.
79-86
9. Deshna Loonker
and
P. K. Banerjee.
On distributional Abel integral equations
for distributional Elzaki transform.
87-96
10. Bruno de Malafosse. Solvability of sequence spaces equations using
entire and analytic sequences and applications.
97-114
11. K. B. Mangang. Equicontinuity of the limit functions of a sequence of
equicontinuous functions.
115-121
12. Saurabh Mantro,
Sanjay Kumar
and
S. S. Bhatia.
Common fixed point theorems for weakly compatible maps
satisfying common (E A) like property in intuitionistic
fuzzy metric spaces using implicit relation.
123-133
13. R. Mohan
and
R. Venkateswarlu.
Models for time dependent deterioration, time dependent
quadratic demand and salvage value.
135-146
14. Arif Rafiq
and
Mohammad Imdad.
Implicit Mann iteration scheme for hemicontractive mappings. 147-153
15. N. K. Sahu,
c. Nahak
and
S. Nanda.
Graph convergence and approximation solvability of a class
of implicit variational inclusion problems in Banach spaces.
155-172
16. W. T. Sulaiman. Some new application of power increasing sequence. 173-179
17. W. T. Sulaiman. Functional inequalities for incomplete beta function. 181-185
18. Bankteshwar Tiwari. On hyper surfaces of a special semi-c-reducible
Finsler space.
187-194
19. Bicheng Yang
and
Lokenath Debnath.
On a half-discrete Hilbert-type inequality
with a logarithmic kernel.
195-204


CONTENTS of the NEW SERIES Special Volume to commemorate
the 125th Birth Anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan and
the National Mathematics Year - 2012.

(published in December, 2013; Guest Editor: A. K. Agarwal)

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper pages
1. S, D. Adhikari. Schur's theorem in combinatorial number theory:
some generalizations.
01 - 10
2. S. Bhargava. A summary of Bhargava's selected publications
related to Ramanujan's work.
11 - 32
3. Michael D.
Hirschhorn
My contact with Ramanujan. 33 - 43
4. Jeremy Lovejoy
and
Robert Osburn.
Mixed mock modular q-series. 45 - 61
5. A. M. Mathai. Ramanujan's Hypergeometric function with matrix argument. 63 - 72
6. M. Ram Murty. Ramanujan and the Zeta function. 73 - 91
7. Neville Robins. Inspired by Ramanujan. 93 - 96
8. J. A. Sellers. An unexpected congruence Modulo 5 for 4-coloured
generalized Frobenius partitions.
97 - 103


CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 80, Nos. 3 - 4, July - December, (2013):
(published in July, 2013).

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper pages
19. P. Baliarsingh
and S. Dutta.
On the class of new difference sequence spaces. 203-211
20. R. K. Bisht. A common fixed point theorem under a non-Lipschitzian type condition. 213-220
21. Y. M. Borse and
B. N. Waphare
On removable and non-separating even cycles in graphs. 221-234
22. J. N. Chaudhary. 2-absorbing ideals in the semi-ring of non negative integers. 235-241
23. Ajit De. Computation of synthetic seismogram in a burried elliptic
in plane shear dislocation model in an elastic half-space.
243-263
24. S. K. Kango
and G. C. Rana.
Stability of two superposed Rivlin-Erickson viscoelastic fluids
in the presence of suspended particles and variable magnetic
field in porous medium.
265-274
25. Makoto Minamide. On zeros of the derivative of the modified
Selberg zeta function for the modular group.
275-312
26. Shyamapada Modak. Grill-filter space. 313-320
27. N. Pankajam and
A. Pushpalatha.
Prefilters in intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces. 321-328
28. Gauree Shankar
and Ravindra.
On the hypersurface of a Finsler space with
the special (a, b)-metric a+b+(b^(n+1)/a^n).
329-339
29. P. K. Sharma
and M. Yamin.
Relative Relation modules of SL(2, p) and PSL(2, p) groups. 341-348
30. K. J. Shinde
and S. M. Padhye.
Comparision theorem for limit point case and limit circle case
of singular Sturm-Liouville differential operators.
349-355
31. Baljeet Singh
and Renu Sheoran.
Propagation of surface waves in an anisotropic
two-temperature generalized thermoelastic medium.
357-365
32. Dinesh Singh
and Renu Jain.
Fractional kinetic equation with a generalized
Lauricella confluent hypergeometric function in their kernels.
367-372
33. S. K. Srivastava
and Bhanu Gupta.
Existence of non-linear fuzzy differential equations
with impulses.
373-384
34. W. T. Sulaiman. Absolute summability factors involving
quasi-f-power increasing sequences.
385-394
35. Feng-Zhen Zhao. The log-convexity of Cauchy numbers. 395-403


CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 80, Nos. 1 - 2, January - June, (2013):
(published in January, 2013) .

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. Indu Bala. On Cesaro sequence space defined by
a modulus function in a seminormed space.
01 - 09
2. James Camacho Jr. Outer and inner lattice measures. 11 - 21
3. Ramesh Chand. Thermal instability of rotating Maxwell visco-elastic fluid
with variable gravity in porous medium.
23 - 31
4. Peter V.
Danchev.
On weakly w1-p^(w+n)-projective abelian p-groups. 33 - 46
5. P. Dheena
and C. Jenila.
Additively and multiplicatively inverse near-semirings. 47 - 55
6. S. A. Episkoposian
and
T. M. Grigorian.
A representations of functions from L1-mu class by series
with monotonic coefficients concerning Haar systems.
57 - 68
7. U. C. Gairola
and A. S. Rawat.
A fixed point theorem for non-continuous maps
satisfying integral type inequality
69 - 77
8. Said R. Grace,
Sandra Pinelas
and
Ravi P. Agarwal.
Oscillation criteria for nth order nonlinear
dynamic equations on time-scales.
79 - 85
9. Shyam Lal and
Abhishek Mishra.
The method of summation (E; 1) (N; pn) and trigonometric
approximation of functions in generalized Holder metric.
87 - 98
10. Lin Li and
Shapour Heidarkhani.
Multiplicity solutions to a doubly eigenvalue
fourth-order equation.
99-110
11. T. D. Narang . On approximative compactness. 111-119
12. Figen Oke . On existence of residual transcendental extensions of
valuations on K to K(x1, .... ,xn).
121-125
13. B. D. Pant,
M. Abbas
and
S. Chauhan.
Coincidences and common fixed points of
weakly compatible mappings in Menger spaces.
127-139
14. V. D. Pathak
and U. M. Pirzada.
Necessary and sufficient optimality conditions for nonlinear
unconstrained fuzzy optimization problem.
141-155
15. B. G. Prasad,
Rajnishkumar
and
Rajshekhar Prasad.
MHD forced convection with laminar pulsating
flow in a saturated porous channel.
157-171
16. G. C. Rana
and V. Sharma.
Stability of stratified Rivlin–Ericksen fluid
permeated with suspended particles and
uniform horizontal magnetic field in porous medium.
173-182
17. G. S. Saluja. Convergence theorems of finite steps iterative sequences
with mean errors for generalized asymptotically
quasi-nonexpansive mappings.
183-196
18. Kishan Sharma. A method for the solution of fractional kinetic equations. 197-201

CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 79, Nos. 1 - 4 (2012):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. R. K. Bisht
and
Common fixed point theorems of weakly
reciprocally continuous maps.
01 - 12
2. A. Boussejra
and
Fouzia El Wassouli.
Characterization of the LP -range of the poisson
transform in the bounded domain of type IV.
13 - 23
3. J. N. Chaudhari
and
D. R. Bonde.
A note on quotient semimodules over semirings. 25 - 31
4. J. N. Chaudhari
and
K. J. Ingale
A note on ideals in the semiring Z+0. 33 - 39
5. L. John
and
A. N. Padma Kumari.
Semigroup theoretic study of Cayley graphs
of Rees matrix semigroups.
41 - 54
6. Vinayak Joshi. A note on balanced lattices. 55 - 60
7. Vinayak Joshi
and
B. N. Waphare.
On characterizations of strong posets. 61 - 71
8. S. S. Khare. Span of the wall manifolds. 73 - 80
9. Sanjay Kumar. Common fixed points for weakly compatible maps
along with property (E.A.).
81 - 95
10. Tongxing Li,
Ravi P. Agarwal
and
Martin Bohner.
Some oscillation results for secondorder neutral
differential equations.
97 - 106
11. Anjan Mukherjee
and
Subrata Bhowmik.
Norm and operators on partial groupoids. 107-120
12. Mamoru Nunokawa,
Neslihan Uyanik,
Shigeyoshi Owa,
Hitoshi Saitoh
and
H. M. Srivastava.
New condition for univalence of certain
analytic functions.
121-125
13. B. D. Pant,
S. Chauhan
and
B. Fisher.
Fixed point theorems for families of occasionally
weakly compatible mappings.
127-138
14. Pulak Sahoo. Uniqueness theorem for nonlinear differential
polynomials sharing a small function
139-152
15. S. H. Rasouli
and
G. A. Afrouzi.
A note on the existence of positive solution for
a class of nonlinear Laplacian system with
multiple parameters and sign-changing weight.
153-159
16. T. Ram Reddy
and
D. Vamshee Krishna.
Hankel determinant for starlike and convex
functions with respect to symmetric points.
161-171
17. S. K. Sharma
and
Renu Jain
Lie theoretic origin of basic analogue of Meijer’s g-function. 173-183
18. W. T. Sulaiman. Extensions of Steffensen’s q-inequality. 185-191
19. W. T. Sulaiman. Quasi-power increasing sequences for
generalized absolute summability.
193-200
20. Bankteshwar Tiwari. On Landsberg spaces with some generalised T'-conditions. 201-208
21. M. Velrajan. Fuzzy substructures. 209-218
22. R. G. Vyas
and
K. N. Darji.
On multiple Walsh Fourier coefficients. 219-228

CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 78, Nos. 1 - 4 (2011):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. Varghese Abraham. Independence in hypergraphs. 01 - 07
2. V. H. Badshah
and
Yogita R. Sharma.
Fixed point theorem in orbitally complete Hausdorff
uniform space and hyperspace.
09 - 13
3. A. Basu,
P. K. Saha
and
M. Sen.
Further characterizations of interval tournaments. 15 - 26
4. R. Y. Denis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On certain q-series identitites. 27 - 34
5. M. Dube
and
S. Sanyal.
Shape preserving G^2-rational cubic trigonometric spline. 35 - 43
6. Said R. Grace,
Ravi P. Agarwal
and
Donal O'regan.
Oscillation criteria via inequalities for
second order dynamic inclusions.
45 - 52
7. R. S. Indu
and
L. John.
Principal ideal graphs of full transformation semigroup 53 - 57
8. V. K. Jain. Generalization of a result involving maximum moduli of
self-inversive polynomial and its derivative.
59 - 64
9. S. K. Kango,
Vikram Singh
and
G. C. Rana.
Thermosolutal instability in Walter's B'fluid in the presence
of Hall currents in porous medium in hydromagnetics.
65 - 77
10. D. R. Kuiry. On Hartman-and-neutral-point type MHD flow in a duct. 79 - 85
11. Arun Kumar
and
V. N. Jha.
Error bounds of quartic spline interpolation. 87 - 92
12. Shyam Lal. On the approximation of function f(x,y) belonging to
Lipschitz class by matrix summability method
of double Fourier series.
93-101
13. Mursaleen
and
S. A. Mohiuddin.
Absolute sigma-convergence and matrix transformations
for double sequences.
103-115
14. Mursaleen
and
S. A. Mohiuddin.
Banach limit and some new spces of double sequences II 117-130
15. T. D. Narang
and
S. Chandok.
On continuity of the best approximation map
and fixed point theorems.
131-136
16. Manjil P. Saikia
and
Jure Vogrinc.
Binomial symbols and Prime modulli. 137-143
17. M. M. Shikare,
G. Azadi
and
B. N. Waphare
Generalized splitting operation for binary matroids
and its applications.
145-154
18. Seema Rani,
Inderjit Singh
and
Pankaj Kumar.
Quadratic residues codes of prime power length over Z4. 155-161
19. S. H. Rasouli
and
G. A. Afrouzi.
On the existence, nonexistence and uniqueness of positive
weak solutions for nonlinear multiparameter elliptic
systems involving the (p, q)-Laplacian.
163-172
20. Gurucharan Singh
Saluja.
Strong convergence theorems for asymptotically
quasi-nonexpansive type mappings in

convex metric spaces.
173-184
21. W. T. Sulaiman. New kinds of q-integral inequalities. 185-192
22. Kuei-Lin Tseng,
Ming-In Ho,
Hui-Cheng Tsai
and
Sever S. Dragomir.
Some Refinements of Fejer's inequality. 193-206
23. Mihai Turinici Ran-Reurings Theorems in ordered metric spaces. 207-214
24. R. G. Vyas. A note on functions of p(n)-lemda-bounded variation. 215-220

CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 77, Nos. 1 - 4 (2010):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. S. K. Bhambri
and
M. K. Dubey.
On Commutative Diagrams of semimodules
and k-projective semimodules.
01 - 12
2. Sunny Chauhan
and
B. D. Pant.
Common Fixed Point Theorems for occassionally weakly
compatible mappings using implicit relation.
13 - 21
3. Renu Chugh
and
Anju Rani
Fixed Points for weakly compatible maps in
intuitionistic
Fuzzy Metric paces
through conditions of integral type.
23 - 36
4. G. Das,
B. K. Ray
and
K. M. Sahu
Almost convergence of Conjugate series. 37 - 45
5. Remy Y. Dennis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On certain Special transformation involving
basic hypergeometric functions.
47 - 55
6. Yun Gao
and
Jining Gao.
Some sufficient conditions of a given series with
rational terms converging to an irrational
number or a transcendental number.
57 - 66
7. Hisatoshi Ikai. An explicit formula for Caley-Lipschitz Transformations 67 - 76
8. Sanjeev Kumar,
Veena Sharma
Kamal Kishore.
Magnatogravitational instability of a thermally conducting
rotating Rivlin-Erickson fluid with hall current.
77 - 88
9. Padma Murali
and
Rajiv Kumar.
A Mathematical Model of Microbial growth in a chemostate. 89-116
10. Ramesh Kumar
Muthumalai.
On some definite integrals connecting with
certain infinite series.
117-128
11. Dhruwa Narain,
Sunil Yadav
and
Ajai Srivastava.
On semi parallel and weyl-semi parallel
LP-Sasakian Hypersurfaces of Kahler manifolds.
129-139
12. D. Pandey,
Kamesh Kumar
and
M. K. Sharma.
A diagnostic decision model based on vague sets. 141-157
13. R. Rangarajan
and
H. Muneer Basha.
Numerical-analytic Methods for nonlinear diffusion
type differential equations of heat transfer.
159-166
14. Ch. Purnachandra Rao. Optimality in non-smooth multiobjective fractional
programming with (p, B)-invexity and its generalizations.
167-178
15. J. P. Sharma,
D. P. Jayapandian,
Shalini
and
Sanish Thomas.
Transformations of the Equations of Equilibrium
for isothermal plane-symmetric configuration.
179-185
16. W. T. Sulaiman. A note on several new integral inequalities. 187-193
17. S. K. Sunanda,
C. Nahak
and
S. Nanda.
A new generalization of Hardy-Hilbert's inequality. 195-206
18. Sandeep Kumar
Tewari
and
Dinesh Kumar
Kachhara.
Degree of Approximation by Norlund summability
means of laguerre series.
207-213
19. M. P. Wasadikar
and
S. K. Nimbhorkar.
On graphs derived from posets. 215-222

CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 76, Nos. 1 - 4 (2009):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. S. C. Arora,
J. K. Kohli
and
Durgesh Kumar.
Common Fixed Point Theorems for Weakly compatible mappings
defined on Uniform spaces.
01 - 10
2. S. P. Bhatta
and
H. S. Ramananda.
A note on Modular pairs and orthomodularity in Posets 11 - 18
3. T. Boni,
Diabate Nabongo
and
Roger B. Seryz
Quenching time of the solution of a semilinear
heat equation in a large domain.
19 - 29
4. Y. M. Borse
and
B. N. Waphare
On removable cycles in connected graphs. 31 - 46
5. Namita Dasl The Berezin Transform of Bounded Linear Operators. 47 - 60
6. Vishnu Gupta
and
J. N. Chaudhari.
On some regularity in semirings. 61 - 68
7. V. A. Hiremath
and
Poonam M. Shanbhag.
On Wnil-Injectivity. 69 - 73
8. Arun Kumar
and
Karun Lata Shukla.
Comparision of some Totally stronger Matrix Methods. 75 - 81
9. Sanjay Kumar. Common Fixed Points on different variants of
R-Weak Commutativity mappings in Fuzzy Metric Spaces.
83 - 92
10. Suneel Kumar. Common Fixed Point Theorems in Intuitionistic Fuzzy Metric spaces
using property (E. A)
93-104
11. R. Murugesu
and
S. Suguna
Nonlocal Cauchy Problem for fractional nonlinear
Integrodifferential equations.
105-112
12. S. Nanda. A nonlinear complementarity problem in semi-inner-product space. 113-117
13. R. P. Pant,
D. Arora
and
R. K. Bisht.
Induced Metrics and comparision of contraction mappings.. 119-128
14. M. Rangamma,
G. Mallikarjun Reddy
and
P. Srikantha Rao.
Common Fixed Point Theorems for Six self mappings in Fuzzy
Metric Spaces and under compatibility of Type (beta).
129-140
15. R. N. Rath,
P. P. Mishra
and
L. N. Padhy.
Bounded Oscillations and Convergence of Solutions in a
neutral Differential Equation with Oscillating coefficients.
141-150
16. S. K. Sharma
and
Renu Jain.
On Symmetry Operators and Canonical Equations for
basic analogue of Meijer's G-Function.
151-158
17. W. T. Sulaiman. Some extension of Hardy-Hilbert's integral inequality. 159-167
18. B. Tewari. On generalized Lagrange spaces and corresponding
Lagrange spaces arising from a generalized Finsler space.
169-176
19. B. B. Waphare. Characterization of the Besov-Hankel Type Spaces. 177-186
20. B. B. Waphare. The Pseudo-differential type operator and Hankel Type
Transformation associated with Bessel Type operator.
187-200

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 75, Nos. 1 - 4 (2008):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. Pawan K. Jain
and
Suket Kumar
Generalized Discrete Hardy-Type Inequalities. 1 - 13
2. N. D. Soner,
S. Ghobadi
and
K. M. Yogeesha
The Nonsplit Edge Domination Number of a Graph. 15 - 20
3. Wuyungaowa
and
Tianming Wang
Asymptotic Expansions For Inverse Moments of
Binomial Distribution.
21 - 28
4. Vishnu Gupta
and
J N Chaudhary
A Note on Homomorphism of Semirings. 29-35
5. Sanjay Jain
and
Adarsh Mangal
Extended Gauss Elimination Technique for Integer
Solution of a Linear Fractional Programming.
37-46
6. S. S. Khare Span of Milnor Manifolds 47-57
7. Novriana Sumarti
and
J. R. Cash
Implicit Interpolation in the Solution of Stiff Two-point
Boundary Value Problems using Lobatto Formulae.
59-74
8. Y. M. Borse
and
B. N. Waphare
Vertex Disjoint Non-Separating Cycles in Graphs. 75-92
9. B. L. Ghodadra On the Magnitude of Vilenkin Fourier Coefficients. 93-104
10. Seema Mehra
and
Renu Chugh
Fixed Points in Institutionistic Generalized Fuzzy Metric Space
Through Semi-compatibility
105-124
11. G. Das,
B. K. Ray
and
K. M. Sahu
Almost Convergence of Fourier Series 125-132
12. Sanghmitra Beuria,
G. Das
and
B. K. Ray
On the |z, Alpha, Beta| summability of successively derived
Fourier Series and its Conjugate Series.
133-150
13. N. S. Bhave,
B. Y. Bam
and
C. M. Deshpande
A Characterization of Degree Sequences of Linear Hypergraphs. 151-160
14. S. K. Kaushik,
Ghanshyam Singh
and
Virender
On Stability of Frames in Conjugate Banach Spaces. 161-172
15. K. R. Vasuki On Certain Ramanujan-Weber Type Modular Equations. 173-192
16. Claudia F. R. Concordido
and
Dinamerico P. Pombo Jr.
On Exact Diagrams of Linear Mappings between
Spaces of Normal Series.
193-201

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. ( The Special Volume on the Occasion of the Centenary year of IMS ) 1907 - 2007. (2007):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
01. Shreeram S. Abhyankar Newton's Theorem. 001 - 009
02. A. K. Agarwal
and
M. Rana
Two new Combinatorial Interpretations of a
Fifth order Mock Theta Function.
011-024
03. Remy Y. Dennis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On Hypergeometric Functions and Ramanujan's
Continued Fractions.
025-050
04. A. Anthony Eldred
and
P. Veeramani
On Best Proximity Pair Solutions with Applications
to Differential Equations.
051-062
05. M. Hartl,
R. Mikhailov
and
I. B. S. Passi
Dimension Quotients. 063-107
06. Robert E. Jemison A Conflict-Tolerance Paradigm for Representations of Graphs. 109-129
07. D. V. Pai Continuity of the Restricted Center Multifunction. 131-148
08. Ken Ono Lehmer's Conjecture on Ramanujan's Tau-Function. 149-163
09. Satya Deo
and
David Gauld
Eventually Constant Spaces and Nonmetrizable
Homology Speres.
165-175
10. K. Varadarajan IBN and related properties for Rings
and their analogues for Modules.
177-194

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 74, Nos. 3 - 4, July - December, (2007):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
01. Hongmei Liu
and
Tianming Wang
Some Identities of the Rogers-Ramanujan-Baily Type. 125-131
02. Akhilesh Prasad. Multiplication of Pseudo-Differential Operators
involving Hankel convolution.
133-145
03. G. P. Tripathi
and
Nanda Lal
Thin Composition Operators and Compact differences
of Operators on l^2.
147-154
04. K. K. Rai Composition operators on l^2 satisfying the
Daugavet equation and Norm equation
155-166
05. S. S. Bhoosnurmath
and
A. J. Patil.
On the Growth and Value distribution of Meromorphic Functions
and their Differential Polynomials.
167-184
06. M. M. Shikare,
H. Azanchiler
and
B. N. Waphare.
The Cocircuits of Splitting Matroids. 185-202
07. O. Ratnabala Devi. Intuitionistic Fuzzy Near-Rings and its Proprties. 203-219
08. P. Dheena
and
B. Elavarsan
Prime Bi-Ideals in Ternary Semiring. 221-227
09. G. S. Saluja. Strong Convergence of Finite family with errors for
Non-Lipschitzian Mappings.
229-240

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 74, Nos. 1 - 2, January - June, (2007):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
01. R. P. Pant
and
V. P. Pande
On a Theorem of Weakly Compatible Maps in Metric Spaces 001 - 004
02. Nand Lal
and
Kamlesh Kumar Rai
Spectrum of Certain Non-surjective Composition Operators on l2 005-011
03. Vyomesh Pant Common Fixed Points in Fuzzy Metric Space 013-017
04. Vyomesh Pant Generalization of Meir- Keeler type Fixed Point Theorems
for Sequences of Maps
019-023
05. S. Jain,
V. K. Jain
and
A. Verma
Some Quadratic and Cubic Summation Formulae 025-036
06. P. Dheena
and
A. Sudha
Regularity on po-Gamma Semigroups
and its multipliers
037-045
07. Satya Prakash Singh Certain Results involving Lambert Series and
Continued Fractions-II
047-053
08. M. P. Wasadikar A Structure Theorem for Complete Infinitely Distributive
Atomistic Lattices
055-057
09. Sarjoo Prasad Yadav Some Lebesgue Subspaces Approximable by Jacobi Polynomials 059-069
10. V. K. Jain Generalizations of Certain Results on the
Zeros of Certain Composite Polynomials
071-082
11. Deshna Loonker
and
P. K. Banerjee
Mellin Transform of Fractional Integrals for integrable Boehmians 083-089
12. Remy Y. Dennis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On Proof of Certain Theta Function Identities of Ramanujan 091-103
13. Remy Y. Dennis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On Certain Transformations involving Truncated q-Series 105-114
14. Dennis Nemzer Paley-Wiener Theorems for Trigonometric Series 115-123

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 73, Nos. 3 - 4 (2006):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
16. R. Y. Denis,
S. N. Singh
and
S. P. Singh
On Certain Elliptic Integrals of Ramanujan 113 - 119
17. R. P. Pant Fixed Point Theorems and Divisibility of Polynomials 121-130
18. K. R. Vasuki On some of Ramanujan's P-Q Modular Equations 131-143
19. Hongmei Liu
and
Tianming Wang
Some New Rogers - Ramanujan Type Identities 145-151
20. Akhilesh Prasad Pseudo Differential Operator Involving Hankel Translation
and Hankel Convolution of some Gevrey Spaces
153-165
21. Satish Bhatnagar The Algebra Ap(I,X) with Order Convolution
and its multipliers
167-176
22. S. S. Bhooshnurmath
and
Anupama J. Patil
Exceptional Values of Meromorphic Functions and
their Differential Polynomials
177-198
23. Satya Deo
and
J. K. Maitra
Hilbert series of Free Spline Modules 53-64
24. Sejal Shah
and
T. K. Das
On Absolutes of Nearly Hausdorff Speces 213-219
25. A. K. Singh
and
U. C. Gupta
On Sasakian Concircular Recurrent Spaces
of Second Order
221-226
26. Anil Kumar Pathak A Birkhoff Interpolation Problem on the
Unit Circle in the Complex Plane
227-233
27. R. S. Pathak
and
C. P. Pandey
The Wavelet Transform in a Generalized Sobolev Spaces 235-247
28. R. D. Giri
and
P. B. Bahatkar
Three Theorems on Commutativity of s-Unital Rings 249-256

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 73, Nos. 1 - 2 (2006):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. M. S. N. Murty
and
B. V. Apparao
Two point Boundary Value Problems for Matrix Differential Equations 01 - 07
2. Z. Husain Mixed Symmetric Duality for Nonlinear Programs with Invexity 09-15
3. Sarjoo Prasad Yadav Approximation of some Lebesgue Functions by Wavelets 17-23
4. R. G. Vyas Order of Magnitudes of Fourier Coefficients of
Functions of ABV(p) and phiABV
25-30
5. Deshna Loonkar
and
P. K. Banerji
Plancherel Theorem for Wavelet Transform for
Vector valued Functions and Boehmians
31-39
6. P. Dheena
and
D. Shivkumar
BL-Regular Near Rings 41-45
7. D. R. K. Reddy
and
R. Lakshun Naidu
A Plane Symmetric Zeldovich Universe in Lyra Manifold 47-51
8. S. B. Gaikwad
and
M. S. Choudhary
Fractional Fourier Transforms of Ultra Boehmians 53-64
9. Vyomesh Pant Common fixed points of R-Weakly Commuting Maps of Type (Ag) 65-70
10. R. K. Yadav
and
Balraj Singh
On the q-Bedient's Polynomials and their Generating Relations 71-76
11. Vakeel A. Khan Some Illusion Relations between the sequence spaces
defined by sequence of Moduli
77-81
12. P. K. Banerji
and
S. K. Q. Al-Omari
Distributional Generalized Convolution Transform of Compact Support 83-87
13. R. P. Pant Dynamics of Functions and Divisibility of Polynomials 89-96
14. V. Karunakaran
and
K. Bhuwaneswari
Distortion of Lengths under Conformal Maps 97-105
15. Deshna Loonkar,
P. K. Banerji
and
S.M. Tripathi
Distributional Mellin Transform for Cauchy Integral Equation 107-111

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 72, Nos. 1 - 4 (2005):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. Hisatoshi Ikai On Lipschitz’ Lifting of the Cayley Transform 1 - 12
2. K. Ramachandra,
A. Sankaranarayanan
and
K. Srinivas
Notes on Prime Number Theorem-II 13 - 18
3. S.V.R. Naidu Fixed Point Theorems for Sequences of Self-maps
on a Metric Space by Altering Distances
19 - 41
4. Chi-Ming Chen G-KKM Theorem on Non-convex Sets and Its applications 43-51
5. S.K. Nimbhorkar
and
M.P. Wasadikar
n-Normal Join-semilattices 53-57
6. R. Roopkumar Multiplication of Boehmians 59-66
7. Sudarsan Nanda Convexity and Generalized Convexity of Composite Functions 67-74
8. Satya Deo and
Veerendra Vikram
Awasthi
Strongly Contractible Polyhedra Which Are Not
Simply Contractible at n Points for Any n=2
75-82
9. Ruchi Das On G-Expansive Homeomorphisms and generators 83-89
10. Ekta Shah Positively Expansive Maps on G-Spaces 91-97
11. S. Arumugam
and
J. Suresh Suseela
Geodesic Graphoidal Covering Number of a Graph 99-106
12. J.K. Kohli
and
Sachin Vashistha
A Common Fixed Point Theorem in Metric Spaces 107-114
13. S. Bhargava,
K.R. Vasuki
and
B. R. Srivatsa Kumar
Evaluations of Ramanujan-Weber Class Invariant gn* 115-127
14. Arti Bansal
and
Nidhi Bansal
Note on a Paper of Sharma and Kumar 129-130
15. Renu Chugh
and
Savita Rathi
Weakly Compatible Maps in Probabilistic Metric Spaces 131-140
16. V. K. Jain Certain Sharp Inequalities for Polynomials 141-145
17. A. Chattopadhyay,
S. Das,
V.K. Jain
and H. Konwar
Certain Generalizations of Enestom-Kakeya Theorem 147-156
18. P. Dheena
and
D. Sivakumar
Nc-Pure Regular Near-Rings 157-161
19. Talky
Bhattacharjee
Group-theoretic Origins of Some Generating Functions for LDx(z) 163-181
20. Ayten Pekin
and
Hulya Is Can
Continued Fractions of Period Six and Explicit Representations
of Fundamental Units of Some Real Quadratic Fields.
183-194
21. S. S. Khare On Bounding and Independence of Wall Manifolds 195-201
22. D.R. Sahu,
M. Imdadi
and
Santosh Kumar
Fixed Point Iteration Process for Nonlipschitzian
Nearly Nonexpansive Mappings
203-210
23. Sanjay Kumar
and
Nand Lal
Polynomial Compactness of Derivations of the form
“Normal Plus Compact”
211-220
24. Nand Lal and
Gyan Prakash
Tripathi
Composition Operators on l2 of the form “Normal Plus Compact” 221-226
25. G. M. Deheri l(P;IN)-Nuclear Spaces and Nuclear Spaces with Bases
and Their Topological Identification with Kothe Spaces
227-239
26. R.P. Pant A Comparison of Contractive Definitions 241-249

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 71, Nos. 1 - 4 (2004):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. J. Dikshit Pal-type Interpolation on Nonuniformly
Distributed Points
1 - 12
2. N.K. Thakare,
M.M. Pawar
and
B.N. Waphare
Modular Pairs, Standard Elements, Neutral Elements
and Related Results in Partially Order Sets
13 - 53
3. C.S. Manjarekar
and
Nitin S. Chavan
An Element Primary to Another Element 55 - 60
4. P.K. Banerji,
M.G. Binsaad
and
F.B.F. Mohsen
Application of N-fractional Calculus
to Obtain Generating Functions
61-68
5. V. K. Jain Refinements of Certain Results on
Location of Zeros of Polynomials
69-76
6. B.I. Dave
and
Manisha Dalbhide
q-Analogue of an Extended Jacobi
Polynomail and Its Properties
77-84
7. Manprit Kaur
and
Arun Kumar
Complex Cubic Spline Interpolation 85 - 92
8. G.M. Deheri Lemda one alpha x bases and
Lemda one alpha nuclearity
93-102
9. Vyomesh Pant
and
K. Jha
On Discontinuity and Fixed Points 103 - 107
10. Remy Y. Denis,
S.N. Singh
and
S.P. Singh
Certain Transformations Involving Poly-basic Hypergeometric Series 109-117
11. T. Tamizh Chelvam
and N. Meenakumari
B-regular gamma-Near-rings and Bi-ideals 119-124
12. Nandlal and
Pradeep Kumar
Spectrum of Certain unbounded
Composition Transformations in el 2
125-129
13. G.
Murugusundarammoorthy
and K. Vijaya
On Certain Subclass of Starlike Functions
with Two Fixed Points
131-139
14. J. K. Srivastava Kothe-Toeplitz and Topological Dueals of Spaces
of Strongly Summable Vector Sequences
141-152
15. S. V. R. Naidu Fixed Point Theorems for Four Self-maps on
a Metric Space by Altering Distances
153-173
16. N. Parhi
and
R.N. Rath
Oscillation of Solutions of a Class of
First Order Neutral Differential Equations
175-188
17. D. R. K. Reddy On Einstein-Rosen Vacuum in a
Scalar-Tensor Theory of Gravitation
189-193
18. Vivek Sahai
and
Shalini Srivastava
On Models of Lie Algebra G(0,1)
and Euler Integral Transformation
195-205
19. N.S. Bhave and
C.M. Deshpande
Range of Diameters of a Bipartite Graph and
Its Generalized 2-Partite Internal Complement
207-219
20. B. Janakiram,
N.D. Soner
and
M.A. Davis
Complementary Acyclic Domination in Graphs 221-226
21. Sudarsan Nanda Almost Continuity and Almost Compactness 227-232
22. S.B. Joshi
and
P.K. Banerji
Inequalities for Multivalent Functions Defined by
Ruscheweyh Derivative
233-237
23. R.P. Pant Non-expansive Mappings and Meir-Keller Type Conditions 239-244
24. Mamta Das On Toeplitz-like Operators in El eh 2 245-252

CONTENT of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 70, Nos. 1 - 4 (2003):

Sr. No. Author Title of the Paper Pages
1. D.V. Pai On Well-Posedness of Some Problems in Approximation 1 - 16
2. A.K. Agarwal An Extension of Euler’s Theorem 17-24
3. P.K. Banerji
and
G.M. Shenan
Applications of Fractional Derivative to Study
the Mapping Properties of Starlike Functions
and the Convexity of Analytic Functions-II
25-32
4. Feng-Zhen Zhao
and
Tianming Wang
Notes on Some Rogers-Ramanujan Type Identities 33-39
5. S.S. Rana, Y.P. Dubey a
nd P. Gupta
Convergence of Deficient Quintic Spline Interpolation 41-48
6. Hasan Kara
and
Vatan Karakaya
On Some New Sequence Spaces Involving Invariant Means 49-55
7. R.P. Pant,
K. Jha and
A.B. Lohani
Generalization of a Meir-Keeler Type Fixed Point Theorem 57-65
8. Stevo Stevic A Note on Isolation Amongst the Composition
Operators of the Generalized Weighted Bergman Spaces
67-71
9. Vivek Sahai and
Shalini Srivastava
On Models of q-representations of sl (2,C)
and q-Euler Integral Transformation
73-85
10. K.R. Vasuki and
K. Shivashankara
Some New Values for the Rogers-Ramanujan Continued Fraction 87-95
11. M. Imdad and
Santosh Kumar
Common Fixed Point Theorems for
Four Nonself-Mappings
97-109
12. N.D. Chakraborty,
M. Sahu
and B. Sen
Pettis-type Spaces for a Bounded Family of Measures. 111-119
13. M.S. Mahadeva
Naika
P-Q Eta-function Identities and Computation of
Ramanujan-Weber Class Invariants
121-134
14. R.P. Pant Fixed Point Theorems and Dynamics of Functions 135-143
15. R.S. Pathak
and
S.M. Tripathi
A Class of Pseudo-Differential Opeators
Involving Hankel Convolutions
145-156
16. R.P. Pant,
Vyomesh Pant
and
A.B. Lohani
Reciprocal Continuity and Common Fixed Points 157-167
17. Renu Chugh
and
Sanjay Kumar
Minimal Commutativity and Common Fixed Pointa 169-177
18. V.K. Jain On Maximum Modulus of Polynomials with Zeros
in the Closed Exterior of a Circle
179-183
19. Renu Chugh
and Savita
Common Fixed Points of Four R-Weakly Commuting Mappings 185-189
20. N.D. Soner,
B. Chaluvaraju
and
B. Janakiram
The Double Global Domination Number of a Graph 191-195
21. P. Dheena and
K. Karthy
On Regular Iaminated Near-Rings 197-201
22. S.S. Pujar A Note on Lorenzian Para Sasakian Manifolds with
an LP Contact non-Metric Quarter Symmetric-Connection
203-207
23. V.K. Jain On the Zeros of a Polynomial 209-213
24. Stevo Stevic Composition Operators on the Generalized
Bergman Space
215-219
25. Taddesse Zegeye
and
S.C. Arora
Spectrum of the Compression of a Slant
Toeplitz Operator
221-228
26. N.K. Thakare,
S. Maeda and
B.N. Waphare
Modular Pairs, Covering Property and
Related Results in Posets
229-253
27. Vishnu Gupta Commutativity of Rings Satisfying
a Polynomial Identity
255-256