Department of Mathematics
United States of America
John Davis is currently working as a professor at Baylor University in department of Mathematics. He has completed his Ph.D., Auburn University, 1998 Phi Beta Kappa. His Academic Interests and Research includes Ordinary and partial differential equations, interplay between discrete and continuous (hybrid) dynamical systems, nonlinear systems theory, adaptive control theory, applied mathematics. He had no. of publications in many national and international journals.
Ordinary and partial differential equations, applied mathematics
R.J. Marks II, I.A. Gravagne, J.M. Davis, and J.J. DaCunha, "Nonregressivity in switched linear circuits and mechanical systems," Mathematical and Computer Modelling 43 (2006), 1383-1392.
J.M. Davis, I.A. Gravagne, B.J. Jackson, R.J. Marks II, A.A. Ramos, "The Laplace transform on time scales revisited," Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 332 (2007), 1291-1307.
R.J. Marks II, I.A. Gravagne, J.M. Davis, "A generalized Fourier transform and convolution on time scales," Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 340 (2008), 901-919.