Cameron University’s Dr. Ioannis Argyros, professor of mathematics, is the co-author of “Contemporary Algorithms: Theory and Applications Volume III,” a new edition to the Mathematics Research Developments Series published by Nova Science Publishers.
Argyros wrote the textbook with Santhosh George, professor of mathematical and computational sciences at the National Institute of Technology in Karnataka, India.
Researchers on the project included 2023 CU graduate Christopher Argyros, Lawton, and Samundra Regmi, Irving, Texas. Christopher Argyros is a software engineer for OASYS, Inc. at Fort Sill. He will be pursuing a graduate degree in Spring 2024 at Georgia Tech. Regmi is a 2019 CU alumnus who is pursuing a doctorate at the University of Houston.
The book provides different avenues to study algorithms and also brings new techniques and methodologies to problem-solving in computational sciences, engineering, scientific computing and medicine (imaging, radiation therapy). A plethora of algorithms which are universally applicable is presented in a sound analytical way, according to a press release.