# George P. Barker

## Affiliations: | University of Missouri - Kansas City, USA |

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"George Barker"#### Parents

Sign in to add mentorHans Schneider | grad student | 1969 | UW Madison | |

(Matrices Which are Nonnegative with Respect to a Cone) |

#### Children

Sign in to add traineeAnand P. Singh | grad student | 1976 | University of Missouri - Kansas City |

Mustafa Akkurt | grad student | 2000 | University of Missouri - Kansas City |

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Akkurt E, Akkurt M, Barker GP. (2015) Jordan homomorphisms of the structural matrix algebras Linear and Multilinear Algebra. 63: 2518-2525 |

Akkurt E, Akkurt M, Barker GP. (2014) Structural matrix algebras related to finite distributive lattices Quaestiones Mathematicae. 37: 291-302 |

Akkurt M, Akkurt E, Barker GP. (2013) Automorphisms of structural matrix algebras Operators and Matrices. 7: 431-439 |

Akkurt M, Akkurt E, Barker GP. (2013) Complemented invariant subspaces of structural matrix algebras Turkish Journal of Mathematics. 37: 993-1000 |

Barker GP, Neumann-Coto M, Schneider H, et al. (2005) Equilibria of pairs of nonlinear maps associated with cones Integral Equations and Operator Theory. 51: 357-373 |

Barker GP, Tam BS. (1997) Baer semirings and Baer *-semirings of cone-preserving maps Linear Algebra and Its Applications. 256: 165-183 |

Tam BS, Barker GP. (1992) Graphs and Irreducible Cone Preserving Maps Linear and Multilinear Algebra. 31: 19-25 |

Barker GP. (1992) Automorphisms of triangular matrices over graphs Linear Algebra and Its Applications. 160: 63-74 |

Barker GP, Kezlan TP. (1990) Automorphisms of algebras of upper triangular matrices Archiv Der Mathematik. 55: 38-43 |

Barker GP. (1989) Automorphism groups of algebras of triangular matrices Linear Algebra and Its Applications. 121: 207-215 |