Nandita Barman

Work place: Department of ICT, Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Computational Mathematics, Mathematics of Computing, Mathematics


Nandita Barman was born in Bangladesh. She has completed B S (Honor’s) and M S in Mathematics from University of Dhaka. Now she is performing as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Department of ICT in Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh

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The Forecast of Jute Export in Bangladesh for Optimal Smoothing Constants

By Md N. Dhali Anirban Biswas Al-Amin Md M. Hasan Nandita Barman Md K. Ali

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 May 2023

Forecasting is estimating the magnitude of uncertain future events and provides different results with different supposition. In order to identify the core data pattern of jute bale requirements for yarn production, we examined 10 years' worth of data from Jute Yarn/Twin that were shipped by their member mills Limited. Exponential smoothing and Holt’s methods are commonly used to forecast this output because it provides an adequate result. Selecting the right smoothing constant value is essential for reducing predicting errors. In this work, we created a method for choosing the smoothing constant's ideal value to reduce study errors measured by the mean square error (MSE), mean absolute deviation (MAD), and mean square percent error (MAPE). At the contrary, we discuss research finding result and future possibility so that Jute Mills Limited and similar companies may execute forecasting smoothly and develop the expertise level of the procurement system to stay competitive in the worldwide market.

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Numerical Double Integration for Unequal Data Spaces

By Md. Nayan Dhali Nandita Barman Md. Mohedul Hasan A. K. M. Selim Reza

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2020

Numerical integral is one of the mathematical branches that connect between analytical mathematics and computer. Numerical integration is a primary tool used by engineers and scientists to obtain an approximate result for definite integrals that cannot be solved analytically. Numerical double integration is widely used in calculating surface area, the intrinsic limitations of flat surfaces and finding the volume under the surface. A wide range of method is applied to solve numerical double integration for equal data space but the difficulty is arisen when the data values are not equal.  In this paper we have tried to generate a mathematical formula of numerical double integration for unequal data spaces. Trapezoidal rule for unequal space is used to evaluate the formula. We also verified our proposed model by demonstrating some numerical examples and compared the numerical result with the analytical result.

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