Name | Dr. Md. Ainul Islam | |
Designation | Professor ( LPR ) | |
Last Degree | PhD in Mathematics (Operations Research) , University of Roorkee, India | |
PhD in Mathematics (Operations Research)
M. A. in Mathematics
B. A. (Hons.) in Mathematics
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S.S.C.
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Administrative Experience
Reviewer of Journals
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PhD Thesis
Published Research Articles
Md. Abdur Rahman, Md. Ainul Islam and Md. Muklesur Rahman, “A note on matrix representation of finite groups”, Dhaka University Studies, B, XXVII (1) (1981), 7-11.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “A note on the Weak Arrow- Hurwicz- Uzawa constraint qualification”, OPSEARCH (India) 24 (1987), 249-252.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Proper efficiency in a linear fractional vector maximum problem with generalized convex constraints”, European Journal of Research 36 (1988), 339-345.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Proper efficiency in linear vector maximum problems with nonlinear constraints”, Journal of Australian Mathematical Society (series A) 46(1989), 229-235.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Efficiency in linear vector maximum problems with nonlinear constraints”, Optimization (Germany) 20 (1989) 4, 477-482.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Efficiency and proper efficiency in differentiable multi objective programming”, ‘GANIT’ (Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society) 9, (1989), 55-62.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Efficiency and proper efficiency in nonlinear vector maximum problems”, European Journal of Operation Research 44 (1990), 373-382.
T. R. Gulati and M. A. Islam, “Sufficiency and duality in multi-objective programming involving generalized F-convex functions”, J. of Math. Anal. , U.S.A. 183 (1994), 181-195.
T.R. Gulati and M. A. Islam “Efficiency and duality in a non linear fractional vector maximum problem” OPSEARCH (India) 32(1995) 130-142.
Md. Ainul Islam, “Comparison of techniques for pseudolinear programming”, Dhaka University Studies, B, 41(2); (1993), 221-227.
Md. Ainul Islam, “Sufficiency and duality in nondifferentiable multi-objective programming”, Pure and Applied Mathematika Sciences, India, XXXIX (1994), 31-39.
Md. Ainul Islam, “Generalized linear fractional programming problems”, The Bangladesh journal of Scientific Research 12(1) (1994), 101-108.
Md. Ainul Islam, “Efficiency and duality in vector optimization problems with invexity”, The Dhaka University Journal of Science 42(1) (1994), 97-105.
Md. Ainul Islam, “A unified sufficiency theorem in nonlinear programming”, ‘GANIT’ (The Journal of Bangladesh Mathematics Society), 14 (1994), 13-16.
Md. Ainul Islam, “Complementary slackness conditions in multi-objective linear programming”, ‘GANIT’ (The Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society), 14 (1994), 75-78.
M. A. Islam and Gopi Nath, “Investigation on a certain algorithm for linear fractional programming problems”, The Bangladesh Journal of Scientific Research 14(1), (1996), 1-11.
Md. Ainul Islam, “A modified approach to simplex method”, The Bangladesh Journal of Scientific Research 13(2), (1995), 149-154.
M. A. Islam, “Multi-objective goal programming”, Proceeding of 10th Bangladesh Mathematics Conference, November 25-27, 1995, pp, 29-40.
M. Ainul Islam and M. Mustafizur Rahman, “A note on finding an initial basic efficient solution for multi-objective linear programming problem”, GANIT (The Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society) 17 (1997), 11-23.
M. Ainul Islam and Mohammed Forhad Uddin, “Equivalence, difference & failure of algorithms for solving linear programming problems”, GANIT ((The Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society) 20 (2000) 71-85.
M. Babul Hasan, A. F. M. Khodadat Khan and M. Ainul Islam, “Basic solution of linear system through computer algebra”, GANIT (Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society), 21 (2001) 39-45.
M. Ainul Islam and M. Babul Hasan, “Identification of demerits of more than one basic variable replacement in simplex method”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 50 (2) (2002), 217-227.
M. Babul Hasan, A.S.M. Ferdous and M. Ainul Islam, “Linear programming model for a large-scale problem and its solution”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 52(3) (2004), 369-378.
M. Forhad Uddin, M.A. Ahad and M. Ainul Islam, “Modified approach of Swarup’s method”, GANIT (The Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society), 24(2004), 89-98.
M. Ainul Islam and M. Babul Hasan, “Generalization of simplex method for solving quadratic fractional programming problems”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 53(1) (2005), 111-118.
Aparna Das.Monjur Morshed and M, Ainul Islam, “Computer orientation of a method for solving linear fractional programming problems with an application” GANIT(the Journal of Bangladesh Mathematical Society),7(2007),67-85.
Sohana Jahan and M. Ainul Islam, “Equivalence of duals in linear fractional programming”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 58(1): (2010), 73-78.
Sohana Jahan and M. Ainul Islam, “A complementary slackness theorem for linear fractional programming” ”, International Journal of Basic and Applied Science, IJBEAS-IJENS 10(2), (2010), 39-44.
Sanwar Uddin Ahmad, M. Babul Hasan, M. Ainul Islam, “Algorithm to Perform a Complete RHS Parametric Analysis for LPP with Bounded Variables”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 60(2): (2012), 217- 222.
Md. Rajib Arefin, Touhid Hossain, M. Ainul Islam, “Additive Algorithm for Solving 0-1 Integer Linear Fractional Programming Problem”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 61(2): (2013),173-178.
Md. Hasib Uddin Molla and M. Ainul Islam, “A Modified filtering technique for efficient extreme points and application of MOLP in Agriculture sector in Bangladesh”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 64(2): (2016),147-152.
Farhana Ahmed Simi and M. Ainul Islam, “Computer oriented interior point algorithm for solving linear programming problem with application”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, 65(1): (2017), 41-47.
Farhana Akond Pramy and M. Ainul Islam, “Determining Efficient Solutions of Multi-Objective Linear Fractional Programming Problems and Applications”, Open Journal of Optimization, 6: (2017), 164-175.
Course Taught
Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Business Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Differential Equations, Linear Programming, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Operations Research & Group Theory
Operations Research, Algebra
Supervised Thesis
Course Taught
Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Business Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Differential Equations, Linear Programming, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Operations Research & Group Theory
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