Professor of Mathematics

Spring 2016 teaching:

MATH 310:* Linear Algebra *(Tue, Thu 3:30-4:45 PM)

MATH 607: *Measure and Integration Theory *(Tue, Thu
5:30-6:45 PM)

Visit the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics for information about the department people, programs and courses offered.

**My books and Online Sources on Discrete Dynamical
Systems, Difference Equations and Applications:**

Form Symmetries and Reduction of Order in Difference Equations (comprehensive text on the subject with examples and exercises)

Nonlinear Difference Equations: Theory with Applications to Social Science Models (discusses mathematical models and the theory behind them)

Discrete Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Difference Equations: A Gateway (information, striking images, and links to interesting sources and resources on dynamical systems where time and/or space may be discrete)

Spontaneous initiations
and terminations of reentry (SITR) patterns in human hearts – Results of an
interdisciplinary project involving mathematics, physiology, biology, cardiology and computer science with articles published in
the *Journal of Theoretical Biology*
and the *SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics*

List of Selected publications

My CV

*Quotations:*

*Imagination
is more important than knowledge. – ***Albert
Einstein, physicist**

*Minds are like parachutes; they function only when they are
open. ***– James Dewar, chemist**

*Who
would not rather have the fame of Archimedes than that of his conqueror
Marcellus? – ***W.R. Hamilton,
mathematician**

*It is not about having what you want but wanting what you
have. – ***Song lyric, Cheryl Crowe**

*To
see the world in a grain of sand,
and heaven in a wild flower.*

Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,

and eternity in an hour.

Mailing Address:

Department of Mathematics

Virginia Commonwealth University

1015 Floyd Ave-Harris Hall

P.O. Box 842014

Richmond, VA 23284-2014

Tel./Voice Mail: (804) 828-5806

Email: hsedagha@vcu.edu

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