Mathematical structures are used in the areas of biology, physics, engineering and social sciences. A model will help us interpret the system, analyze the impacts of various components, and make behavioral predictions. In this paper, we developed an internal blood pressure model that involves incomplete I-functions. Next, while taking a course in the constraints of incomplete I- functions, we give a few special cases of our model, and also mention some known results.
Jangid, Kamlesh; Purohit, S.D.; Sooppy Nisar, Kottakkaran; and Shefeeq, T.
"The internal blood pressure equation involving incomplete I-functions,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 9
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol9/iss3/2