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Adanma Cecilia Eberendu, Titus Ifeanyi Chinebu, Temple Temple Amakree

Stakeholder management is the process of identifying, analyzing, and engaging people who have either positive or negative influence in a project. The people involved in any project are called stakeholders and all projects have stakeholders irrespective of the size. Managing these stakeholders is a major function of project managers especially the most important ones because their action will determine whether the project is successful or not. Literatures have outlined different strategies of managing stakeholders which lies around stakeholder identification. This paper formulated mathematical model to determine the most important variable in managing stakeholders. In conclusion, the carrying capacity of a project should be considered alongside other stakeholder management strategies like active listening to bring the project to a successful completion.

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Jingsong Yang

In this paper, we study the existence of blow-up solution to nonlinear Schrödinger equations with first-order spatial derivative terms at finite time.

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Alexey Stakhov, Samuil Aranson

The article proves the insolvability of the 4-th Hilbert Problem for hyperbolic geometries. It has been hypothesized that this fundamental mathematical result (the insolvability of the 4-th Hilbert Problem) holds for other types of non-Euclidean geometry (*geometry* of *Riemann* (elliptic geometry), *non-Archimedean geometry*, and *Minkowski geometry*). The ancient Golden Section, described in Euclid’s *Elements *(Proposition II.11) and the following from it Mathematics of Harmony, as a new direction in geometry, are the main mathematical apparatus for this fundamental result. By the way, this solution is reminiscent of the insolvability of the 10-th Hilbert Problem for Diophantine equations in integers. This outstanding mathematical result was obtained by the talented Russian mathematician Yuri Matiyasevich in 1970, by using Fibonacci numbers, introduced in 1202 by the famous Italian mathematician Leonardo from Pisa (by the nickname Fibonacci), and the new theorems in Fibonacci numbers theory, proved by the outstanding Russian mathematician Nikolay Vorobyev and described by him in the third edition of his book “Fibonacci numbers”.

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Abiodun O. Ajibade, Yusuf A. Bichi

The present article investigates natural convection Couette flow through a vertical porous channel due to combined effects of thermal radiation and variable fluid properties. The fluid considered in the model is of an optically dense with all its physical properties assumed constant except for its viscosity and thermal conductivity which are temperature dependent. The flow equations are simplified using non-linear Rosseland heat diffusion and as a consequence it resulted to high non-linearity of the flow equations. Adomian decomposition method (ADM) is used to solve the emanating equations and the influences of the essential controlling physical parameters involved are presented on graphs, tables and were discussed. In the course of investigation; it was found that both the fluid velocity and its temperature within the channel were seen to increase with growing thermal radiation parameter while the fluid’s velocity and temperature were observed to descend with increase in thermal conduction of the fluid. Similarly; the fluid velocity was found to increase with decrease in the fluid viscosity. To validate the accuracy of the present investigation; the results obtained here in have been compared with a published work where good agreement was found.

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Amrita Acharyya, Gerard Thompson

Quadratic forms in ve variables over the field Z2 are classified by extending results previously obtained for four variables. It is shown that only one new form genuinely involving ve variables appears.