Math prof has most-cited paper

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On February 7, 2011

A paper written by Dr. Martin Bohner, professor of mathematics and statistics, was recognized by Thomson Reuters Science Watch as the most-cited paper in mathematics. The paper, “Oscillation of Second Order Nonlinear Dynamic Equations on Time Scales,” is one of the first papers of its kind and examines a fast-growing field of mathematics.
Bohner’s research looks at unifying the traditional areas of continuous and discrete analysis into one theory. And when unification is not possible, understanding why not, which is something that had not previously been possible.

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