David I. Adu

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Born: December 23, 1938

place: Nigeria

Ph.D. Mathematics (1976) University at Buffalo, SUNY

thesis: ; advisor: Kenneth MacGillProfessor of Mathematics (1996) in the Department of Mathematics University of Lagos, NIGERIA

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email:David Adu was the first Black to earn his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

RESEARCH

Adu, David I..On the Range of a CM-homomorphism, J. Sci. Res.Dev. (1997-1998)3, 133-138.Adu, David I.and P.H. Fisher .On Semi-simple Saws, J. Sci. Res. Dev. Vol.3(1997-1998) 95-102.Adu, D. I.On a characterization of CM-homomorphisms. Demonstratio Math.23(1990), no. 4, 847--855.Adu, David I.Characterization of certain accessible dendrites. Geom. Dedicata32(1989), no. 3, 255--264.Adu, David I.The number of certain dendrites of order three. Geom. Dedicata27(1988), no. 2, 227--240.Adu, David I.Green's relations on the semigroup of binary relations. Demonstratio Math.19(1986), no. 4, 895--913 (1987).Adu, David I..The Number of Partial Equivalences on a Set, Nat. Acad. Sci. Letters, India.2(1979), 143-144.Adu, David I.Connected CM-homomorphisms into semigroups of closed binary relations on hereditarily locally connected continua. Semigroup Forum16(1978), no. 4, 403--425.Adu, David I.Existence of joins and meets in the partially ordered family of CM-homomorphisms. Semigroup Forum14(1977), no. 4, 331--353.Adu, David I.The partially ordered family of ${\rm CM}$-homomorphisms. Semigroup Forum13(1976/77), no. 1, 1--17.

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