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**Warnapala, Y**., Dinh, H. and Resh, J., The Modified Galerkin Method for Solving the Helmholtz Equation for Low Frequencies on Planet Mars. *Asian Journal of Fuzzy and Applied Mathematics*, Vol 3 -Issue 4 - August 2015 - View article

**Warnapala, Y**. and Dinh, H. The Modified Galerkin Method for the Modified Wave Equation for the Shape of Superellipsoid. *British Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science*, 4(18), 2676-2685 - View article

**Warnapala, Y**. and Dinh, H., 2013. The Numerical Solution of the Helmholtz's Equation for the Superellipsoid via the Galerkin Mathod for the Dirichlet Problem. *Communications in Numerical Analysis, pp: 1-12 *View article

**Warnapala, Y**. The Numerical Solution of the Radiosity's Equation via the Galerkin Method: Dirichlet Problem. *Journal of Numerical Methods and Applications Vol. 10, No. 2, pp: 73-89 *

**Warnapala, Y**., Pleskunas, J. and Siegel, R., 2011. The Numerical Solution of the Exterior Boundary Value Problems for the Helmholtz's Equation for the Pseudosphere. *IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics 41(2): 106-111*

**Warnapala, Y**., and Silva, K., 2011. Z score demystified: a critical analysis of the Sri Lankan university admission policy. *Journal of Case Studies in Education*, Feb 2011

**Burdick, B**., Mathematical Works Printed in the Americas, 1554-1700. *Johns Hopkins University Press*, Baltimore, January 2009

**Burdick, B**. and Sandifer, E., Fooling with an Euler Series. *International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2009, pp. 37-42*

**Warnapala, Y**. and Yehiya, Z., 2009. Polarization of the Sri Lankan Polity: An Analysis of Presidential Elections (1982-2005). *Proceedings of Intellectbase International Consortium Vol:6*

**Warnapala, Y**. and Morgan E., 2008. The Numerical Solution of the Exterior Dirichlet Problem for the Helmholtz's Equation via Modified Green's functions approach for the Oval of Cassini. *Far East Journal Of Applied Mathematics, 34:1-20*

Anderson, D. and **Warnapala, Y**., Tests of Significance and Effect Size: Meaningful Interpretation of Statistical Data in the Health Sciences. (2008) *Essays in Education 23: 142-158* - View article

**Kelly, A**., One-pile misère Nim for three or more players. (2006) *Int. J. Math. and Math. Sci. 2006:1-8*

**Kelly, A**.,and Kelly, B., eds. The Nature of Mathematics, 2nd ed. (2005) *Pearson Custom Publishing*.

**Warnapala-Yehiya, Y**., The numerical solution of exterior Robin problem for the Helmholtz's equation via modified integral equation approach. (2005) *Far East J. Appl. Math. 21:65-92* - View abstract

**Warnapala-Yehiya, Y**., and Yehiya, Z., Minority Electoral Politics: A Sri Lankan Case Study. (2005) *J. Asian and African Studies 40:439-462* - View abstract

Lin, T-C. and **Warnapala-Yehiya, Y**., The numerical solution of exterior Neumann problem for Helmholtz's equation via modified Green's functions approach. (2004) *Computers & Math. w. Applic. 47: 4-5, pp: 593-609* View article

**Burdick, B**., On the Use of Partial Orders in Uniform Spaces. (2003) *Applied General Topology 4:91-114*

**Kelly, A**., and Kelly, B., On vector-valued Hardy martingales and a generalized Jensen's inequality. (2003) *Int. J. Math. and Math. Sci. 2003:527-532*

Lin, T-C. and **Warnapala-Yehiya, Y**., The numerical solution of exterior Neumann problem for Helmholtz's equation via modified Green's functions approach. (2004) *Computers & Math. w. Applic. 44: 8-9, pp: 1229-1248 *View article

**Burdick, B**., Problem 11585, featured in the “Problems and Solutions” column in* The American Mathematical Monthly*, June-July, 2011, p. 558. Solution appeared as “Convolution of Zeta Functions,” *The American Mathematical Monthly*, October, 2013, pp. 757-758. - View problem View solution

**Burdick, B**., Problem 11505, featured in the “Problems and Solutions” column in* The American Mathematical Monthly*, May, 2010, p. 458. A composite solution by Roberto Tauraso, Rituraj Nandan, and this author appeared as “Computing Pi from Fibonacci Numbers,” *The American Mathematical Monthly*, April, 2012, pp. 350-351. View problem View solution

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