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Manjunath Gandhi

Senior Lecturer
Mathematics
Rhodes University
South Africa

Biography

"""Dr. Manjunath Gandhi is affiliated to Mathematics, Rhodes University, where Dr. Manjunath Gandhi is currently working as Senior Lecturer. Dr. Manjunath Gandhi has authored and co-authored several national and international publications and also working as a reviewer for reputed professional journals. Dr. Manjunath Gandhi is having an active association with different societies and academies around the world. Dr. Manjunath Gandhi made his mark in the scientific community with the contributions and widely recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. Dr. Manjunath Gandhi has received several awards for the contributions to the scientific community. Dr. Manjunath Gandhi major research interest involves Stability and """"continuity"""" of solutions of time-varing networks of dynamical systems, Conley-decomposition theorem for Random Difference Equations, Zero-One Stability and Law in Recurrent Neural Networks Topology based denoing of chaotic time-series."" "

Research Interest

"Stability and ""continuity"" of solutions of time-varing networks of dynamical systems, Conley-decomposition theorem for Random Difference Equations, Zero-One Stability and Law in Recurrent Neural Networks Topology based denoing of chaotic time-series"

Publications

  • G. Manjunath and D. Fournier-Prunaret: Construction of Chaotic Maps on Nonconvex Spaces -- a Solution to a CSK Deciphering Problem. Int. J. Bifurcation and Chaos, 20(8), 2553--2559, 2010

  • G. Manjunath, H. Jaeger: Echo State Property Linked to an Input: Exploring a Fundamental Characteristic of Recurrent Neural Networks. Neural Computation Vol. 25, No. 3: 671–696, 2013

  • G. Manjunath, H. Jaeger: The Dynamics of Random Difference Equations is Remodeled by Closed Relations. SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 46(1), 459-483, 2014

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