SOME MULTISTEP ITERATIVE METHODS FOR SOLVING NONLINEAR EQUATIONS 
Author : Muhammad Saqib, Muhammad Iqbal 
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Abstract :In this paper, we suggest and analyze two new algorithm of fourth and fifth order convergence. We rewrite nonlinear equation as an equivalent coupled system and then use modified decomposition technique to develop our algorithms. Convergence analysis of newly introduced algorithms has been discussed. To see efficiency and performance of these algorithms, we have made comparison of these algorithms with some well known algorithms existing in literature. 

OSTROWSKI TYPE FRACTIONAL INTEGRAL INEQUALITIES FOR SGODUNOVALEVIN FUNCTION VIA KATUGAMPOLA FRACTIONAL INTEGRALS 
Author : Ghulam Farid, Udita N. Katugampola, Muhammad Usman 
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Abstract :In this paper, we give some fractional integral inequalities of Ostrowski type for sGodunovaLevin functions via Katugampola fractional integrals. We also deduce some known Ostrowski type fractional integral inequalities for RiemannLiouville fractional integrals. 

KAUFFMAN BRACKET OF 2 AND 3STRAND BRAID LINKS 
Author : Abdul Rauf Nizami 
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Abstract :In this paper we give explicit formulas of the Kauffman bracket of the 2strand braid link [latex]\widehat{x_{1}^{n}}[/latex] and the 3strand braid link [latex]\widehat{x_{1}^{b}x_{2}^{m}}[/latex]. We also show that the Kauffman bracket of the 3strand braid link [latex]\widehat{x_{1}^{b}x_{2}^{m}}[/latex] is actually the product of the Kauffman brackets of the 2strand braid links [latex]\widehat{x_{1}^{b}}[/latex] and [latex]\widehat{x_{1}^{m}}[/latex]. 

ACCRETION ONTO REGULAR MAGNETIC BLACK HOLE IN NONMINIMAL EINSTEINYANGMILLS THEORY 
Author : A. Aslam, Piyali Bhar 
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Abstract :In this work, we investigate the process of accretion for static spherical symmetric geometries for isotropic fluid. For analyze this process we use the nonminimal magnetically charged regular black holes. For this purpose, we obtain generalized expressions for the accretion rate [latex]\dot{M}[/latex], critical radius [latex]r_s[/latex], critical speed [latex]v^2_s[/latex] and squared sound speed [latex]c^2_s[/latex] during the accretion process near the regular black holes. Finally, we study the behavior of radial velocity, energy density and rate of change of mass for each
regular black hole by plotting graph. 

ON UNSTEADY FLOW OF A VISCOELASTIC FLUID THROUGH ROTATING CYLINDERS 
Author : Madeeha Tahir, Muhammad Nawaz Naeem, Rabia Safdar, Dumitru Vieru, Muhammad Imran, Naeem Sadiq 
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Abstract :The fractional calculus approach is used in the constitutive relationship model of fractional Maxwell fluid. Exact solutions for the velocity field and the adequate shear stress corresponding to the rotational flow of a fractional Maxwell fluid, between two infinite coaxial circular cylinders, are obtained by using the Laplace transform and finite Hankel transform for fractional calculus. The solutions that have been obtained are presented in terms of generalized [latex]G_{b, c, d}(\cdot, t)[/latex] and [latex]R_{b, c}(\cdot, t)[/latex] functions. In the limiting cases, the corresponding solutions for ordinary Maxwell and Newtonian fluids are obtained from our general solutions. Furthermore, the solutions for the motion between the cylinders, when one of them is at rest, are also obtained as special cases from our results. Finally, the influence of the material parameters on the fluid motion is underlined by graphical illustrations. 

COMPUTING TOPOLOGICAL INDICES OF HEX BOARD AND ITS LINE GRAPH 
Author : Hafiz Mutee ur Rehman, Riffat Sardar, Ali Raza 
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Abstract :A topological index is a real number related to a molecular graph, which is a graph invariant. Uptill now there are several topological indices are defined. Some of them are distance based while the others are degree based, all have found numerous applications in pharmacy, theoretical chemistry and especially in QSPR/QSAR research. In this paper, we compute some degree based topological indices i.e some versions of Zagreb indices, Randic index, General sum connectivity index and GA index of Hex board and of its line graph. 

QCD GHOST DARK ENERGY IN FRACTAL COSMOLOGY 
Author : Ines G. Salako, Faiza Gulshan 
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Abstract :We discuss the interacting QCD ghost dark energy with cold dark matter in the framework of Fractal cosmology. We investigate the cosmological parameters such as Hubble parameter, deceleration parameter and equation of state. We also discuss the physical significance of various cosmological planes like ?D?'D and statefinder. At the end, it is observed that all the results are compatible with observational data. 

ANALYTICAL SOLUTION FOR THE FLOW OF A GENERALIZED OLDROYDB FLUID IN A CIRCULAR CYLINDER 
Author : Haitao Qi, Nida Fatima, Hassan Waqas, Junaid Saeed 
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Abstract :The tangential stress and velocity field corresponding to the flow of a generalized OldroydB fluid in an infinite circular cylinder will be determined by mean of Laplace and finite Hankel transform. The motion is produced by the cylinder, that after [latex]t=0^{+}[/latex], begins to rotate about its axis, under the action of oscillating shear stress [latex]\Omega R \sin(\omega t)[/latex] given on boundary. The solutions are based on an important remark regarding the governing equation for the non trivial shear stress. The solutions that have been obtained satisfy all imposed initial and boundary conditions. The obtained solution will be presented under series form in term of generalized Gfunction. The similar solutions for the ordinary OldroydB fluid, Maxwell, ordinary Maxwell and Newtonian fluids performing the same motion will be obtained as special cases of our general solutions. 

THE GENERALIZED ZAGREB INDEX OF CAPRADESIGNED PLANAR BENZENOID SERIES C_a_k(C_6) 
Author : THE GENERALIZED ZAGREB INDEX OF CAPRADESIGNED PLANAR BENZENOID SERIES C a k ( C 6 ) 
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Abstract :Let [latex]G=(V,E)[/latex] be a simple connected graph. The sets of vertices and edges of [latex]G[/latex] are denoted by [latex]V=V(G)[/latex] and [latex]E=E(G)[/latex], respectively. In such a simple molecular graph, vertices represent atoms and edges represent bonds. In chemical graph theory, we have many topological indices for a molecular graph. The First and Second Zagreb indices are equal to [latex]M_1(G)=\sum_{uv \in E(G)}[d_u+d_v][/latex] and [latex]M_2(G)=\sum_{uv \in E(G)} d_{u}d_{v}[/latex], respectively. In this paper, we focus on the structure of Capradesigned planar benzenoid series [latex]Ca_k(C_6)[/latex] [latex](k\geq0)[/latex], and compute its Generalized Zagreb index. 

COMPUTING SANSKRUTI INDEX OF TITANIA NANOTUBES 
Author : Muhammad Shoaib Sardar, XiangFeng Pan, Wei Gao, Mohammad Reza Farahani 
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Abstract :Let [latex]G=(V;E)[/latex] be a simple connected graph. The Sanskruti index was introduced by Hosamani and defined as [latex]S(G)=\sum_{uv \in E(G)}[/latex] [latex](\frac{S_uS_v}{S_u+S_v2})^3[/latex] where [latex]S_u[/latex] is the summation of degrees of all neighbors of vertex [latex]u[/latex] in [latex]G[/latex]. In this paper, we give explicit formulas for the Sanskruti index of an infinite class of Titania nanotubes [latex]TiO_2[m, n][/latex]. 

ON THE VISCOSITY RULE FOR COMMON FIXED POINTS OF TWO NONEXPANSIVE MAPPINGS IN HILBERT SPACES 
Author : Syeed Fakhar Abbas Naqvi, Muhammad Saqib Khan 
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Abstract :In this paper, we introduce, for the first time, the viscosity rules for common fixed points of two nonexpansive mappings in Hilbert spaces. The strong convergence of this technique is proved under certain assumptions imposed on the sequence of parameters. 

EXACT SOLUTIONS OF FRACTIONAL MAXWELL FLUID BETWEEN TWO CYLINDERS 
Author : Sannia Afzal, Haitao Qi, Muhammad Athar, Maria Javaid, Muhammad Imran 
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Abstract :In this paper the velocity field and the adequate shear stress corresponding to the rotational flow of a fractional Maxwell fluid, between two infinite coaxial circular cylinders with inner cylinder is at rest and outer is moving, are determined by applying the Laplace and finite Hankel transforms. The solutions that have been obtained are presented in terms of generalized G functions. The expressions for the velocity field and the shear stress are in the most simplified form. Moreover, these solutions satisfy both the governing differential equation and all imposed initial and boundary conditions. The corresponding solutions for ordinary Maxwell and Newtonian fluids are recovered as limiting cases of general solutions. 
