Summary

e-mail: mira[at]math.ubbcluj.ro; mira[at]ictp.acad.ro

Academic degree:

Ph.D. in Mathematics (1997)

Current position:

Senior researcher (I) at “Tiberiu Popoviciu” Institute of Numerical Analysis

Current research domains:

  • Fixed point theory, linear and nonlinear operators
  • The inverse and direct problem of Dynamics in Celestial Mechanics
  • Combinatorics: complexity of finite and infinite words
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Personal Data

Date and place of birth March 28, 1954, Haţeg, Romania
Marital status Married, two children
E-mail mira[at]ictp.acad.ro, mira[at]math.ubbcluj.ro

Education and degrees

1997 Ph. D. in Mathematics, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
Thesis: Nonlinear Analysis Methods with Applications in Celestial Mechanics
Scientific advisor: Á. Pál
1977-1978 Postgraduate course in Mathematical Analysis, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Scientific advisor: I. A. Rus
1973-1977 B. A. in Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Scientific advisor: I. A. Rus
1970-19731969-1970 Decebal High School, DevaHigh School, Haţeg

Employment history

2007-2016, 2019-  Senior Researcher (I) at Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis (ICTP),  Romanian Academy
1997-2007  Senior Researcher (II) at ICTP
1990-1997  Senior Researcher (III) at ICTP
1988-1990  Senior Mathematician at ICTP
1982-1988  Mathematician at ICTP

Managing activities

Member of the Scientific Council (1992-2005)

Research contracts:

  • 2CEEX-06-11-96/19.09.2006, 2006-2008, (MEdC) (member, director E. Cătinaş)
  • GAR 13/2006 (Romanian Academy) (member, director Z. Kása)
  • GAR 17/2005 (Romanian Academy) (member, director Z. Kása)
  • 2004-2005 co-responsible of an interacademic project with Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca and Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, France on Complexity of Finite and Infinite Words (with Z. Kása)
  • 2001-2012 responsible of the interacademic program on Discrete Mathematics and Dynamical Systems with Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca and Rényi Institute of Budapest
  • 1997-1999 co-responsible of an interacademic project with Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca and Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, France on Discrete Mathematics and Dynamical Systems (with Z. Kása)
  • 64/2002 (CNCSIS) (member, director Z. Kása)
  • 33444/2002 (CNCSIS)
  • 7037/2001 (Ministry of Education and Research)
  • 7042GR/2001 (Ministry of Education and Research) (member, director Z. Kása)
  • 6100GR/2000 of the National Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation
  • GAR 96/1999 (Romanian Academy).
  • 1997-1998 3004GR/1997 of the Ministry of Science and Technology

Teaching Experience

During 1982-1988 I taught Differential Equations at Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca and I prepared foreign students at the same University.

Stages and Grants

  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, September 2-15 2012
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, August 31 – September 5 2011
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, July 19 – 24 2010
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, July 21 – August 2 2009
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, 22 Sept – October 6 2007
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, October 5 – 19 2006
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, August 20 – 27 2006
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, September 20 – October 4 2005
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, May 16 – 30 2005
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, September 23 – October 7 2004
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, June 24 – July 8 2004
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, October 9 – 23 2003
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, May 8 – 22 2002
  • Rényi Institute of Budapest, September 1 – 15 2001
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, September 26 – October 11 2000
  • Department of Theoretical Mechanics, University of Thessaloniki, Greece, September 20 – 27 1999
  • Department of Theoretical Mechanics, University of Thessaloniki, Greece, November 9 – 23 1998
  • Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy-Marseille, October 2 – 16 1997
  • Mathematical Institute, Oxford University, July 7 – August 7 1993

 

Selected Talks at Meetings and Symposia

  1. On the characterizations of partial metrics, International Conference on Nonlinear Operators, Differential Equations and Applications (ICNODEA-2015), July 14-17 2015, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (with V. Anisiu)
  2. Bilateral inequalities for harmonic, geometric and Hölder means, 10th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science (MACS 2014), May 21-25 2014, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (with V. Anisiu)
  3. M.-C. Anisiu, Bilateral inequalities for means, 9th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science (MACS 2012, Abstracts, p. 15), February 9-12 2012, Siófok, Hungary http://macs.elte.hu/ (with V. Anisiu)
  4. Straight-line solutions in conservative systems, 8th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science (MACS 2010, Abstracts, p. 13), July 14-17 2010, Komárno, Slovakia
  5. Straight-line solutions in two-dimensional homogeneous potentials, Recent Insights into our Universe, Bucharest, October 28-29 2009 (Abstract Booklet, p. 10) (with G. Bozis)
  6. Two-dimensional total palindrome complexity, Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, September 24-27 2008 (with V. Anisiu)
  7. Planar programmed motion, The Twelfth International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, September 10-13 2008, Băişoara, Romania (Abstracts, p. 9)
  8. Two-dimensional palindrome complexity, 7th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science, July 3-6 2008, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (MaCS’08, Abstracts, p. 16) (with V. Anisiu)
  9. Programmed motion in the presence of homogeneity, International Conference on Dynamics of Celestial Bodies, June 23-26 2008, Litohoro – Olympus, Greece (Programme & Book of Abstracts, p. 10) (with G. Bozis)
  10. Palindrome factors in finite words, International Conference Semicentennial Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis, May 7-10 2008, Cluj-Napoca (with V. Anisiu, Z. Kása)
  11. Spatial families of orbits in 2D conservative fields, Exploring the Solar System and the Universe, April 8 – 12 2008, Bucharest (Booklet of Abstracts)
  12. Palindromes in finite words, The 6th Conference on Words, WORDS 2007, September 17-21 2007, Marseille, France (with V. Anisiu, Z. Kása)
  13. Existence of periodic orbits in celestial mechanics, ICNODEA, July 4 – 8 2007, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  14. 3D inverse problem of dynamics, 6th Congress of Romanian Mathematicians, June 28 – July 4, 2007, Bucharest, Romania
  15. Families of orbits compatible with galactic potentials, Fifty Years of Romanian Astrophysics, Bucureşti, September 26-30 2006, p. 26
  16. Properties of the subword complexity function, 6th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science, July 12-15 2006, Pécs, Hungary (MaCS’06, Abstracts, p. 12)
  17. Families of orbits in conservative fields of Hénon-Heiles type, Scientific Programs and Astronomy Education in SEE & Ukraine, September 16-18 2005, Bucureşti
  18. Symmetric periodic orbits in proto-stellar systems, IAU Colloquium 197, Dynamics of Populations of Planetary Systems, August 31-Sept. 4 2004, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, Book of Abstracts, p. 20 (with V. Mioc and M. Stavinschi)
  19. Two and three-dimensional inverse problem of dynamics, International Conference on Nonlinear Operators, Differential Equations and Applications (ICNODEA-2004), August 24-27 2004, Abstracts, p. 20-21 (invited conference)
  20. Two-dimensional maximal arrays, 5th Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science, June 9-12 2004, Debrecen, Hungary, Abstracts, p. 22 (with A. Iványi)
  21. On the pointwise convergence of a family of functionals defined on C(I), Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, September 21-25 2003 (with V. Anisiu)
  22. Advances in the inverse problem of Dynamics, The 5th Congress of Romanian Mathematicians, June 22-28 2003, Piteşti, Romania
  23. Two-body problem in a Manev-Popovici field, Sesiunea de comunicări a Institutului Astronomic, May 15-16 2003, Bucureşti
  24. PDEs in the inverse problem of dynamics, Analysis and Optimization of Differential Systems, September 10-14 2002, Constanţa, Romania
  25. Sequences of linear operators defined by using uniformly distributed numerical sequences, Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, May 22-26 2002 (with V. Anisiu)
  26. Maximal complexity of finite words, Fourth Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science, June 5-10 2001, Felix-Oradea, Romania (with Z. Kása)
  27. Finite words with special complexity properties, Fourth Joint Conference on Mathematics and Computer Science, June 5-10 2001, Felix-Oradea, Romania
  28. SD2001, The Dynamic Odyssey, 29 Jan-3 March, CIRM Marseille, France, 4 Feb-19 Feb 2001, Workshop on “Subword complexity for finite words”, February 13 2001 (organized with J. Cassaigne and S. Ferenczi)
  29. Inverse problem of dynamics, 7th Conference on Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, September 7-10 2000, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
  30. Families of orbits with slope γ=γ(x) produced by conservative systems, Third Romanian Workshop on Celestial Mechanics and Space Dynamics, May 6-9 1999, Cluj-Napoca (with C. Blaga and G. Bozis)
  31. Programmed motion for a class of families of planar orbits, Third Romanian Workshop on Celestial Mechanics and Space Dynamics, May 6-9 1999, Cluj-Napoca (with G. Bozis)
  32. Periodic solutions of ordinary differential equations, International Workshop “Analysis and Control of Differential Systems”, August 10-15 1998, Constanţa, Romania
  33. The inverse problem of dynamics for families in parametric form, Second Romanian Workshop on Celestial Mechanics and Space Dynamics, March 20-22 1998, Cluj-Napoca
  34. Homogeneous orbits generated by nonhomogeneous potentials, First Romanian Workshop on Celestial Mechanics and Space Dynamics, March 21-23 1997, Cluj-Napoca (with G. Bozis, C. Blaga)
  35. Family boundary curves for autonomous systems in a rotating frame, Troisième Colloque Franco-Roumain, Analyse et Modélisation, September 23-28 1996, Cluj-Napoca (with G. Bozis)
  36. Using computers in the inverse problem of dynamics, International Conference “Symbolic Calculations and their Applications in Fundamental Researches”, Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy, Institute of Supercomputers of the Russian Academy, September 6-8 1995, Bucureşti
  37. Two-dimensional inverse problem of dynamics in a rotating frame, 2nd Hellenic Astronomical Meeting, June 29-July 1 1995, Thessaloniki, Greece (with Á. Pál)
  38. Existence criteria for periodical solutions in Celestial Mechanics, 4th International Conference in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, “Th. Angheluţă” Seminar, June 7-12 1994, Cluj-Napoca
  39. On the photogravitational models in celestial mechanics, International Meeting on ODE and their Applications, September 20-24 1993, Firenze, Italy

Membership in professional societies

Reviewer/referee

Zentralblatt für Mathematik, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, Romanian Astronomical Journal, Revue d’Analyse Numérique et de Théorie de l’Approximation, Inverse Problems, Discrete Mathematics, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, Reports on Mathematical Physics, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Discrete Applied Mathematics, Mathematica.

Computer experience

  • Operating Systems: Windows
  • Word Processing Languages: Scientific WorkPlace
  • Computer Algebra Systems: Maple

Languages

  • English
  • French
Publications

MONOGRAPHS AND BOOKS

  1. M.-C. Anisiu, The Equations of the Inverse Problem of Dynamics, House of the Book of Science, 2003, ISBN 973-686-466-9 (in Romanian)
  2. M.-C. Anisiu, Methods of nonlinear analysis with applications in celestial mechanics, Presa Universitară Clujeană, 1998, ISBN 973-9354-61-0 (in Romanian)
  3. M.-C. Anisiu, Point-to-set mappings. Continuity, Seminar on Fixed Point Theory, 1-100, Preprint, 81-3, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, 1981 (pdf file here)

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. M.-C. Anisiu, The planar inverse problem of Dynamics, in Mathematics Without Boundaries – Surveys in Interdisciplinary Research, eds. Pardalos, Panos M., Rassias, Themistocles M., Springer-Verlag, New York, 2014, 648 p., 1-29, ISBN 978-1-4939-1123-3
  2. M.-C. Anisiu, Z. Kása, Ch. 26 Complexity of words, in Algorithms of Informatics, Vol. 3 (electronic book, ed. A. Iványi), AnTonCom, Budapest, 2011, 1277-1314
  3. M.-C. Anisiu, Z. Kása, 34 fejezet Szavak bonyolultsága, Informatikai algoritmusok, 3 kötet, ed. A. Iványi, Mondat Kft. Vác, 2013, 1697-1739, ISBN 978-963-87596-8-9 (in Hungarian)
  4. M.-C. Anisiu, Z. Kása, Ch. 25 Complexity of words, in Algorithms of Informatics, Vol. 3, ed. A. Iványi, Mondat Kft. Vác, 2013, 1237-1289, ISBN 978-963-87596-7-2

ARTICLES

  1. M.-C. Anisiu, Asupra unei probleme de combinatorică, Didactica Mathematica 35 (2017), 1-8
  2. M.-C. Anisiu, I. Szücs-Csillik, Corrected Newtonian potentials in the two-body problem with applications, Astrophys. Space Sci. (2016) 361:382 DOI10.1007/s10509-016-2967-x
  3. M.-C. Anisiu, Julia Robinson and Hilbert’s tenth problem, Didactica Mathematica 34 (2016), 1-7
  4. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, On the characterizations of partial metrics and quasimetrics, Fixed Point Theory 17 (1) (2016), 37-46
  5. M.-C. Anisiu, Yukawa: the man and the potential, Didactica Mathematica 33 (2015), 1-9
  6. M.-C. Anisiu, Lotka, Volterra and their model, Didactica Mathematica 32 (2014), 9-17
  7. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, The first Seiffert mean is strictly (G,A)-super-stabilizable, J. Ineq. Appl., 2014, 2014:185 (pdf file here)
  8. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Bilateral inequalities for harmonic, geometric and Hölder means, Stud. Univ. Babes-Bolyai Math. 59 (4) (2014), 463-468
  9. M.-C. Anisiu, Exact solutions for differential equations in Celestial Mechanics, Didactica Mathematica 31 (2013), 1-6
  10. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Bilateral inequalities for means, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx., 42 (2) (2013), 94-102
  11. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Logarithmic mean and weighted sum of geometric and anti-harmonic means, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx. 41 (2) (2012), 95-98
  12. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Z. Kasa, On the total palindrome complexity, Discrete Mathematics 310 (1) (2010), 109-114
  13. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Straight-line solutions in two-dimensional homogeneous potentials, Rom. Astron. J., 20 (2010) (suppl.), 77-86
  14. M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, Two-dimension potentials which generate spatial families of orbits, Astron. Nachr. 330 (2009), 411-415
  15. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Programmed motion in the presence of homogeneity, Astron. Nachr. 330 (2009), 791-796
  16. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Programmed motion with homogeneity assumptions, Proceedings of the International Conference on the Dynamics of Celestial Bodies, 23-26 June 2008, Litohoro-Olympus, Thessaloniki, Greece, Eds. H. Varvoglis and Z. Knezevic, Beograd 2009, 83-87 (ISBN 978-960-243-664-6) (pdf file here)
  17. M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, Spatial families of orbits in 2D conservative fields, Bucharest, 8-12 April 2008, AIP Conferences Series Vol. 1043, Eds. V. Mioc, C. Dumitrache, N. A. Popescu, Melville, New York, 2008, 201-202 (pdf file here)
  18. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Two-dimensional total palindrome complexity, Annals of the Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity 6 (2008), 7-16 (pdf file here)
  19. M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, Families of planar orbits in one-variable conservative fields, Didactica Mathematica 26 (2008), 9-17 (pdf file here)
  20. M.-C. Anisiu, Families of orbits compatible with galactic potentials, AIP Conference Proceedings 895. Eds. C. Dumitrache, N.A. Popescu, D.M. Suran, V. Mioc. 2007, 308-312 (ISBN 978-0-7354-0400-7) (pdf file here)
  21. C. Blaga, M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, New solutions in the direct problem of dynamics, PADEU 19 (2007), 17-27 (pdf file here)
  22. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, On Lp norms and the spectral radius of operators in Hilbert spaces, Annals of the Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity 5 (2007), 9-16 (pdf file here)
  23. M.-C. Anisiu, A. Iványi, Two-dimensional arrays with maximal complexity, Pure Math. Appl. 17 (2006), 197-204 (pdf file here)
  24. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Z. Kása, Properties of palindromes in finite words, Pure Math. Appl. 17 (2006), 183-195 (pdf file here)
  25. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Refinement of some inequalities for means, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx. 35 (1) (2006), 5-10
  26. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Pencils of straight lines in logarithmic potentials, Mathematica (Cluj) 48 (71), No. 2 (2006), 121-125
  27. M.-C. Anisiu, Families of orbits in conservative fields of Hénon-Heiles type, Rom. Astron. J. 16 suppl. (2006), Proceedings of the Scientific Session Scientific Programs and Astronomy Education in SEE and Ukraine, 75-80
  28. M.-C. Anisiu, Th. Kotoulas, Construction of 3D potentials from a pre-assigned two-parametric family of orbits, Inverse Problems 22 (2006), 2255-2269
  29. P. Mitrea, A. Imbroane, A. I. Mitrea, M.-C. Anisiu, Multi-resolution analysis, numerical methods and inverse dynamics, integrated in software instruments for performance improving in the satellite remote sensing, 2006 IEEE-TTTC International Conference on Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics, Vol. 1, Miclea and Stoian eds., Cluj-Napoca, 2006, 475-479
  30. M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, Families of orbits in planar anisotropic fields, Astron. Nachr. 326 (1) (2005), 75-78
  31. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, A solvable version of the inverse problem of dynamics, Inverse Problems 21 (2005), 487-497
  32. V. Mioc, M.-C. Anisiu, M. Stavinschi, Symmetric periodic orbits in proto-stellar systems, Dynamics of Populations of Planetary Systems Series: Proceedings IAU Colloquium No. 197 2004, Z. Knezevic and A. Milani, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2005, 467-470
  33. V. Mioc, M.-C. Anisiu, M. Bărbosu, Symmetric periodic orbits in the anisotropic Schwarzschild-type problem, Celest. Mech. Dyn. Astron. 91 (2005), 269-285 (pdf file here)
  34. M.-C. Anisiu, The energy-free equations of the 3D inverse problem of dynamics, Inverse Probl. Sci. Eng. 13 (2005), 545-558
  35. V. Mioc, M.-C. Anisiu, M. Stavinschi, Persistence of planetary rings under the influence of the anisotropically re-emitted solar radiation, Rom. Astron. J. 15 suppl. (2005), Proceedings of the Scientific Session Astrometry with Small Telescopes, 87-94
  36. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Mioc, Symmetries in the Popovici-Manev photogravitational field, Rom. Astron. J. 14 (1) (2004), 71-80
  37. M.-C. Anisiu, An alternative point of view on the equations of the inverse problem of Dynamics, Inverse Problems 20 (2004), 1865-1872
  38. M.-C. Anisiu, Cristina Blaga, G. Bozis, Special families of orbits in the direct problem of Dynamics, Celest. Mech. Dyn.Astron. 88 (3) (2004), 245-257
  39. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Strong forces in Celestial Mechanics, Annals of the Tiberiu Popoviciu Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity 2 (2004), 3-9 (pdf file here)
  40. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, An estimation of a generalized divided difference in uniformly convex spaces, in Analysis, Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Proceedings of the Conference Held in Honour of Prof. Elena Popoviciu, Cluj-Napoca, September 30, 2004, 57-62 (pdf file here)
  41. M.-C. Anisiu, J. Cassaigne, Properties of the complexity function for finite words, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx. 33 (2) (2004), 123-139 (pdf file here)
  42. M.-C. Anisiu, Two and three-dimensional inverse problem of dynamics, Studia Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Math. XLIX (4) (2004), 13-26
  43. M.-C. Anisiu, PDEs in the inverse problem of Dynamics, in Analysis and Optimization of Differential Systems, Eds. V. Barbu et al, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston/Dordrecht/London 2003, 13-20 (pdf file here)
  44. M.-C. Anisiu, The photogravitational model of Constantin Popovici in a Manev-type field, Rom. Astron. J. 13 (2) (2003), 171-177 (pdf file here)
  45. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, On the pointwise convergence of a family of functionals on C(I), Proceedings of the Tiberiu Popoviciu Itinerant Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, May 21-May 25, 2003, ed. E. Popoviciu, Srima, 2003, 3-13 (pdf file here)
  46. D. Anisiu, M.-C. Anisiu, Ecuatii diferentiale care modeleaza circuite electrice, Lucrările Seminarului “Didactica matematicii” 21 (2003), 19-24 (pdf file here)
  47. M.-C. Anisiu, Finite words with special complexity properties, Pure Math. Appl. 13 (1-2) (2002), 31-37
  48. M.-C. Anisiu, Z. Blázsik, Z. Kása, Maximal complexity of finite words, Pure Math. Appl. 13 (1-2) (2002), 39-48
  49. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Sequences of linear operators related to Cesàro-convergent sequences, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx. 31 (2) (2002), 139-145
  50. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, Sequences of linear operators defined by using uniformly distributed numerical sequences, Proceedings of the Tiberiu Popoviciu Itinerant Seminar of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, 1967-2002, ed. E. Popoviciu, Srima, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2002, 53-61
  51. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, A simple proof of the second mean value theorem for the Lebesgue integral, Séminaire de la Théorie de la Meilleure Approximation, Convexité et Optimization, Cluj-Napoca, 12 dec 2002, Srima 2002, 1-7
  52. M.-C. Anisiu, The inverse problem of Dynamics, Acta Technica Napocensis, Section: Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 44 (1) (2001), 75-82
  53. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Families of straight lines in planar potentials, Rom. Astron. J. 11 (1) (2001), 27-43
  54. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Families of straight lines in rotating frames, Rom. Astron. J. 11 (2) (2001), 145-154
  55. M.-C. Anisiu, G. Bozis, Programmed motion for a class of families of planar orbits, Inverse Problems 16 (2000), 19-32
  56. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Cristina Blaga, A solvable version of the direct problem of Dynamics, Rom. Astron. J. 10 (1) (2000), 59-70
  57. M.-C. Anisiu, Families of similar orbits in the inverse problem of Dynamics, Proceedings of the Itinerant Seminar T. Popoviciu of Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, 23-29 May 2000, ed. E. Popoviciu, Srima, 2000, 9-18 (pdf file here)
  58. M.-C. Anisiu, Á. Pál, Two-dimensional inverse problem of Dynamics for families in parametric form, Inverse Problems 15 (1999), 135-140 (pdf file here)
  59. M.-C. Anisiu, Á. Pál, Special families of orbits for the Hénon-Heiles type potential, Rom. Astron. J. 9 (2) (1999), 179-185
  60. M.-C. Anisiu, Global complexities for infinite sequences, in Analysis, Functional Equations, Approximation and Convexity, Proceeding of the Conference held in Honor of Professor Elena Popoviciu, Eds. L. Lupşa and M. Ivan, Carpatica, Cluj-Napoca, 1999, 7-11 (pdf file here)
  61. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Cristina Blaga, Inhomogeneous potentials producing homogeneous orbits, Astron. Nachr. 318 (5) (1997), 313-318
  62. M.-C. Anisiu, V. Anisiu, On the closedness of sets with the fixed point property for contractions, Rev. Anal. Numér. Théor. Approx. 26 (1-2) (1997), 13-17 (pdf file here)
  63. M.-C. Anisiu, Polynomial force fields in the inverse problem of Dynamics, T. Popoviciu Itin. Sem. Funct. Eq., Approx. and Convexity, Cluj-Napoca, 1996, 5-8
  64. G. Bozis, M.-C. Anisiu, Family boundary curves in rotating systems, Rom. Astron. J. 6 (2) (1996), 43-52
  65. Á. Pál, M.-C. Anisiu, Two-dimensional inverse problem of dynamics in a rotating frame, Proc. of the 2nd Hellenic Astronomical Conference, Thessaloniki, June 29- July 1 1995, Ed. M. E. Contadakis, J. D. Hadjidemetriou, L. N. Mavridis, J. H. Seiradakis, 1996, 591-594
  66. Á. Pál, M.-C. Anisiu, On the two-dimensional inverse problem of Dynamics, Astron. Nachr. 317 (3) (1996), 205-209
  67. Á. Pál, M.-C. Anisiu, On the Legendre transform and its applications, Studia Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Math. XL (2) (1995), 75-99
  68. M.-C. Anisiu, On the inverse problem of Dynamics for generalized Lagrangian systems, Rom. Astron. J. 5 (2) (1995), 149-155
  69. M.-C. Anisiu, On the photogravitational model of C. Popovici, Rom. Astron. J. 5 (1) (1995), 49-54
  70. M.-C. Anisiu, Photogravitational models in Celestial Mechanics, Sesiunea Naţională de Astronomie dedicată aniversării a 80 de ani de la înfiinţarea Observatorului Astronomic din Iaşi, 14-28 sept.1993, Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii “Al. I. Cuza”Iaşi, Matematică XLI (1995), 115-119 (in Romanian)
  71. M.-C. Anisiu, On the curvature of the trajectories in the restricted three-body problem, Rom. Astron. J. 3 (1) (1993), 61-64
  72. M.-C. Anisiu, Existence of periodic solutions of ODE via fixed point theorems, Proceedings of Equadiff 91, International Conference on Differential Equations, Barcelona, Ed. C. Perello, C. Simo, J. Sola-Morales, World Scientific 1993, 272-276
  73. M.-C. Anisiu, On fixed point theorems for mappings defined on spheres in metric spaces, Seminar on Mathematical Analysis, 1-6, Preprint, 91-7, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca, 1991 (pdf file here)
  74. M.-C. Anisiu, Fixed points theorems for retractible mappings, Seminar on Functional Analysis and Numerical Methods, 1-10, Preprint, 89-1, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca, 1989 (pdf file here)
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  77. M.-C. Anisiu, A surjectivity theorem for Lipschitz mappings, Seminar on Fixed Point Theory, 9-16, Preprint, 88-3, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, 1988
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  79. M.-C. Anisiu, On Caristi’s theorem and successive approximations, Seminar on Functional Analysis and Numerical Methods, 1-10, Preprint, 86-1, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca, 1986 (pdf file here)
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  81. M.-C. Anisiu, On the continuity of point-to-set mappings, Seminar on Fixed Point Theory (Cluj-Napoca, 1983/84), 20-23, Preprint, 84-3, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, 1984
  82. M.-C. Anisiu, Existence and uniqueness of solutions of the Darboux problem for partial differential equations, Seminar on Functional Analysis and Numerical Methods, 3-14, Preprint, 84-1, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca, 1984 (pdf file here)
  83. M.-C. Anisiu, Aplicaţii cvasimărginite şi contracţii generalizate, Al IV-lea Simpozion Naţional de Analiză Funcţională şi Aplicaţii, Craiova, 4-5 noiembrie 1983, 147-152
  84. M.-C. Anisiu, Quasibounded mappings and generalized contractions, Seminar on Fixed Point Theory, 131-134, Preprint, 83-3, Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, 1983
  85. M.-C. Alicu, O. Mark, Some properties of the fixed point set for multifunctions, Studia Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Math. XXV(4) (1980), 77-79 (pdf file here)
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