Volume 2, No. 1, June 2009, Rajab 1430 H
Articles 


Fractional Calculus Operators Associated with a Subclass of
Uniformly Convex Functions
Making use of fractional calculus operator, we define a new subclass of
uniformly convex functions with negative coefficients. Characterization property, extreme
points, distortion bounds, the results on Integral transform and sharp integral
means inequalities for the function class are determined.


G. Murugusundaramoorthy R. Themangani
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
110

Some Properties of Unisrially Embedding of Subgroups of PGroups
This paper focuses attention on the study of the Question 3.1. of [1] and
it can be considered as a continuation of the previously mentioned paper. A subgroup
H of a pgroup G is nuniserial if for each i = 1, ..., n, there is a unique subgroup Ki
such that H Ki and Ki : H = pi.


Hassan Naraghi
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
1114

Homotopy Analysis Method for DelayIntegroDifferential Equations
In this paper, we implement the homotopy analysis method to
solve delayintegrodifferential equations. The convergence of the method is
investigated. In the end, numerical experiments are presented to illustrate the
computational effectiveness of the method.


Edris Rawashdeh H. M. Jaradat Fadi Awawdeh
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
1523

An Alternative Proof of the Friendship Theorem
Several proofs of the friendship theorem are known. In this paper an alternative proof will
be given for friendship theorem. The goal of this paper is to provide a proof which is perhaps
more combinatorial.


Mohammad Bataineh
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
2532

Some Applications of the CoHyponormal Operators
The purpose of this article is to establish new characterizations of the cohyponormal
operator and some applications of the FugledePutnam Theorem related to the cohyponormal
operator.


Mohammad Rashid Basem Masaedeh
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
3342

A PreyPredator Model with cover for the Prey and An Alternative
Food for the Predator and Constant Harvesting of Both the Species
The present paper is devoted to an analytical investigation of a two species preypredator
model. Predator is provided with a limited resource of food in addition to the prey and a
cover to prey proportionate to its population to get protection from the predator. Both the prey
and predator are harvested at a constant rate.


K. Lakshimi Narayan N. Pattabhiramacharyulu
JJMS,
2009, 2(1),
4354

