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Mehran Basti

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A great day
Posted: Nov 9, 2015 12:40 PM
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A great day

Hello:

Today, November 9, 2015, I have officially submitted for publication my book, "Differential Equations and Polynomials" Volume 2, to Infinity Publications.

I am still in a stage of surprise, how the method is perfectly working.

All means that perfect confirmation of Riccati equations are indeed DNA of entire mathematics.

We have about 90 PDF files of computations on a disk; some PDF files have over 400 pages of computations on it.

In my doctoral dissertation in Cambridge University, I used Aleexive's variations of parameters and applied it for qualitative purposes.

I dreamed of getting similar original method in my future research.

Well, you will see that advancements of this research, will eventually remove variations of constant formula from textbooks, and replace it with simpler methods.

Surprisingly, all integrations are also disappeared.

I strongly believe that the next item on math chopping list of topics will be "Eigen- values, Eigen-vectors "methods for solving systems of linear equations.

We now entered into real manipulation of Riccati DNA to get to know the Universe.

Soon, I will place an ad in London Mathematical Society as well as American Mathematical Society, declaring that the method is as powerful as Newton's gravitational formula.

Well, British will have hard times to counter it.

We are in a new era in mathematics, with tremendous applications particularly from numerical aspects of new research.

Sincerely

Dr.Mehran Basti
Retired mathematician

Basti05b@aol.com

PS: Hopefully by Christmas time both volumes will be in print.



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