Asian Journal of Mathematics and Applications (ISSN 2307-7743) is a peer-reviewed international journal. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for mathematicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of mathematics and its applications. Accepted papers will be published online without delay. The journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields: Applied Probability; Applied Statistics; Approximation Theory; Chaos Theory; Combinatorics; Complexity Theory; Computability Theory; Computational Methods in Mechanics and Physics; Continuum Mechanics; Control Theory; Cryptography; Discrete Geometry; Dynamical Systems; Elastodynamics; Evolutionary Computation; Financial Mathematics; Fuzzy Logic; Game Theory; Graph Theory; Information Theory; Inverse Problems; Mathematical Biology; Mathematical Chemistry; Mathematical Economics; Mathematical Physics; Mathematical Psychology; Mathematical Sociology; Matrix Computations; Neural Networks; Nonlinear Processes in Physics; Numerical Analysis; Operations Research; Optimal Control; Optimization; Ordinary Differential Equations; Partial Differential Equations; Probability Theory; Statistical Finance; Stochastic Processes; Theoretical Statistics.

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### Vol 2015

### Table of Contents

#### Articles

Quadruple Best Proximity Points of Q-Cyclic Contraction Pair in Abstract Metric Spaces | |

V.O. Olisama, J.O. Olaleru, H. Olaoluwa |

Modeling the Impact of Three Dose Vaccination and Treatment Strategies on Optimal Control of Rotavirus Disease | |

Hellen Namawejje, Suma Ghosh, Matthew Ferrari, Livingstone S. Luboobi |

No Touch Digital Option in Levy-Driven Model with Stochastic Interest Rate of CIR-Type | |

Michael C. Anyanwu |

A New Ninth Order Hybrid Block Integrator for Solution of First Order Ordinary Differential Equations | |

AM Badmus, LM Fatunsin |

Common Fixed Points of Weak Generalized (alpha, psi)-Contractions in Partial Ordered Metric Spaces | |

G.V.R. Babu, K.K.M. Sarma, V.A. Kumari |

Fourier Transform for Functions of Bicomplex Variables | |

A Banerjee, S K Datta, A Hoque |

Bifurcation Analysis of Model for the Effect of Vaccination on the Transmission Dynamics of Rotavirus Disease | |

Hellen Namawejje, Livingstone S. Luboobi, Dmitry Kuznetsov, Eric Wobudeya |

On Completeness and Bicompletions of Quasi b-Metric Spaces | |

M. Aphane, S.P. Moshokoa |

An Implicit Runge-Kutta Method for General Second Order Ordinary Differential Equations | |

SA Agam, YA Yahaya, SC Osuala |

Modeling Factors Influencing Mathematics Learning and Performance in Tanzanian Secondary Schools | |

Justin Kisakali, Dmitry Kuznetsov |

Kumaraswamy Lindley-Poisson Distribution: Theory and Applications | |

Mavis Pararai, Broderick O. Oluyedede, Gayan Warahena-Liyanage |

Some Common Fixed Point Theorems for Contractive Mappings in Complex-Valued b-Metric Spaces | |

A.K. Dubey, Rita Shukla, Ravi Prakash Dubey |

Maximum Pair-wise Domination Number | |

Mehmet Ali BALCI, Elgin KILIC |

Sensitivity Analysis and Numerical Simulations for the Mathematical Model of Rabies in Human and Animal within and around Addis Ababa | |

Tesfaye Tadesse Ega, Livingstone S. Luboobi, Dmitry Kuznetsov, Abraham Haile Kidane |

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