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Hristo Kojouharov

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The University of Texas at Arlington 
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Mathematics
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Zhao Y, Wood DT, Kojouharov HV, et al. (2016) Impact of Population Recruitment on the HIV Epidemics and the Effectiveness of HIV Prevention Interventions. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Solis FJ, Chen-Charpentier BM, Kojouharov HV. (2016) A classification of slow convergence near parametric periodic points of discrete dynamical systems International Journal of Computer Mathematics. 93: 1011-1021
Wood DT, Dimitrov DT, Kojouharov HV. (2015) A nonstandard finite difference method for n-dimensional productive–destructive systems Journal of Difference Equations and Applications. 21: 240-254
Wood DT, Kojouharov HV, Dimitrov DT. (2015) Universal approaches to approximate biological systems with nonstandard finite difference methods Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
Wood DT, Kojouharov HV. (2015) A class of nonstandard numerical methods for autonomous dynamical systems Applied Mathematics Letters. 50: 78-82
Dong X, Kojouharov HV, Grover JP. (2014) Mathematical models of nutrient recycling and toxin production in a gradostat Computers and Mathematics With Applications. 68: 972-985
Chen-Charpentier BM, Kojouharov HV. (2013) An unconditionally positivity preserving scheme for advection-diffusion reaction equations Mathematical and Computer Modelling. 57: 2177-2185
Prieto-Langarica A, Kojouharov HV, Chen-Charpentier BM. (2013) Upscaling from discrete to continuous mathematical models of two interacting populations Computers and Mathematics With Applications. 66: 1606-1612
Martines IP, Kojouharov HV, Grover JP. (2013) Nutrient recycling and allelopathy in a gradostat Computers and Mathematics With Applications. 66: 1613-1626
Prieto-Langarica A, Kojouharov HV, Chen-Charpentier BM. (2012) Discrete and continuous approaches to modeling cell movement in the presence of a foreign stimulus Computers and Mathematics With Applications. 64: 167-174
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