ENLIGHTENMENT TO ERFECTION
Department of Mathematics

Dr. Dhurjati Prasad Datta

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Professor

Contact Addresses:

Phone

9434377365

Address(office) Department of Mathematics, University of North Bengal, Raja Rammounpur, PO-N.B.U., Dist-Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin-734013, India.
e-Mail

dp_datta@yahoo.com

Areas of Interest:  Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Chaos and Fractals

Some Publications:

  1. S Raut and D P Datta, Analysis on a fractal set, Fractals, {\bf 17}, (2009), 45-52, erratum ibid, {\bf 17}, (2009), 547.
  2. S Raut and D P Datta, Nonarchimedean scale invariance and Cantor sets, Fractals, {\bf 18}, (2010), 111-117.
  3. D P Datta, S. Raut  and A Raychaudhuri, Ultrametric Cantor sets and growth of measure,  p-Adic Numbers, Ultrametric Analysis and Application, {\bf 3}, (2011), 7-22.
  4. D P Datta  and A Raychaudhuri, Scale invariant analysis and the prime number theorem, {\em Fractals}, {\bf 18}, (2010), 171-184.
  5. A Palit and D P Datta, On a finite number of limit cycles in Lienard systems, Int. J. Pure . Appl. Math, 59, (2010), 469-488.
  6. D P Datta, Turbulence in fluid and plasma: search for a new paradigm, Rad. Effects and Defects in Solids, 166, (2011) , 757-764.
  7. D P Datta, S Raut, A Roychoudhuri, Diffusion in a class of fractal sets, Int. J. Applied  Math., 30, (6), 20-34, (2012).
  8. A Palit, D P Datta, Existence of limit cycles in a class of Lienard systems, Bull. Cal. Math. Soc, 104 (1), (2012).
  9. D P Datta, On a new proof of the prime number theorem,  p-Adic Numbers, Ultrametric Analysis and Application (2011) http://arxiv.org/abs/1103.6176.
  10. D P Datta, On a variation in the definition of limit: some analytic consequences, http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.6024.