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Mathematics
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Citations
3,686
161
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2266
National Ranking
16

- Mathematical analysis
- Real number
- Algebra

Binod Chandra Tripathy focuses on Sequence, Combinatorics, Sequence space, Discrete mathematics and Mathematical analysis. His Sequence research incorporates themes from Lacunary function and Pure mathematics. His work focuses on many connections between Combinatorics and other disciplines, such as Completeness, that overlap with his field of interest in Symmetry.

His Sequence space study is related to the wider topic of Space. Binod Chandra Tripathy has included themes like Fuzzy number, Riesz mean and Limit in his Discrete mathematics study. His Mathematical analysis research includes themes of Function and Linear space.

- Statistically convergent double sequences (124 citations)
- ON SOME PROPERTIES OF I-CONVERGENCE (100 citations)
- Some I -convergent sequence spaces defined by Orlicz functions (85 citations)

His main research concerns Discrete mathematics, Pure mathematics, Sequence, Combinatorics and Space. His Discrete mathematics study incorporates themes from Fuzzy number, Function and Fuzzy logic. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Topological tensor product and Ideal.

Binod Chandra Tripathy usually deals with Sequence and limits it to topics linked to Completeness and Class, Symmetric space and Double sequence. His Combinatorics research integrates issues from Statistical convergence, Null, Mathematical analysis, Bounded function and Spectrum. His work carried out in the field of Space brings together such families of science as Almost surely, Complex number, Applied mathematics and Measurable function.

- Discrete mathematics (44.44%)
- Pure mathematics (28.10%)
- Sequence (27.45%)

- Pure mathematics (28.10%)
- Measure (5.88%)
- Combinatorics (24.18%)

His primary areas of investigation include Pure mathematics, Measure, Combinatorics, Almost surely and Applied mathematics. His research in Pure mathematics intersects with topics in Class, Alpha and Fuzzy topological spaces. His Measure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Function and Characterization.

His Combinatorics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sequence, Type and Pairwise comparison. He focuses mostly in the field of Convergence of random variables, narrowing it down to topics relating to Completeness and, in certain cases, Discrete mathematics. His study in the field of Real number also crosses realms of Standard error.

- Alignment-free method for DNA sequence clustering using Fuzzy integral similarity. (7 citations)
- Convergence of Complex Uncertain Double Sequences (4 citations)
- Convergent complex uncertain sequences defined by Orlicz function (4 citations)

- Real number
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

Binod Chandra Tripathy mainly investigates Measure, Artificial intelligence, Applied mathematics, Almost surely and Function. His work on Fuzzy logic, Similarity and Cluster analysis as part of general Artificial intelligence study is frequently linked to Markov chain, bridging the gap between disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Complex number, Space and Measurable function in addition to Applied mathematics.

His Function study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pure mathematics, Uncertainty theory and Distribution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cauchy distribution, Sequence, Limit of a sequence and Combinatorics in addition to Distribution. Binod Chandra Tripathy interconnects Characterization, Statistical convergence, Double sequence and Expected value operator in the investigation of issues within Cauchy sequence.

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Statistically convergent double sequences

Binod Chandra Tripathy.

Tamkang Journal of Mathematics **(2003)**

261 Citations

ON SOME PROPERTIES OF I-CONVERGENCE

T Salat;B C Tripathy;M Ziman.

**(2004)**

211 Citations

Some I -convergent sequence spaces defined by Orlicz functions

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Bipan Hazarika.

Acta Mathematicae Applicatae Sinica **(2011)**

154 Citations

A New Type Of Difference Sequence Spaces

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Ayhan Esi;Paschim Boragaon.

**(2006)**

131 Citations

Nörlund and Riesz mean of sequences of fuzzy real numbers

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Achyutananda Baruah.

Applied Mathematics Letters **(2010)**

116 Citations

The sequence space

Yavuz Altin;Mikíil Et;Binod Chandra Tripathy.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2004)**

105 Citations

Statistically convergent difference double sequence spaces

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Bipul Sarma.

Acta Mathematica Sinica **(2008)**

98 Citations

Matrix Transformation between Some Classes of Sequences

B.C. Tripathy.

Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications **(1997)**

97 Citations

I-convergent sequence spaces associated with multiplier sequences

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Bipan Hazarika.

Mathematical Inequalities & Applications **(2008)**

96 Citations

Generalized difference sequence spaces on seminormed space defined by Orlicz functions

Binod Chandra Tripathy;Yavuz Altin;Mikail Et.

Mathematica Slovaca **(2008)**

94 Citations

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