Impact of Mathematical Models in IT System Design and Optimization


  • Krishnaveni Veeranan Lammersville Unified School District, Mountain House, CA, USA
  • Vaidhyanathan Pandian Information Technology Department, College of Computing & Informaion Sciences, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Shinas, Oman
  • Thamaraiselvi Sohar University, Sultanate of Oman
  • Antonyraj Martin Mathematics and Computing Skills Unit, Preparatory Studies Center, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Salalah Sultanate of Oman



Graph Theory, Optimization, Combinatorial Problem, Routing, Fuzzy Logic


This research investigates the crucial role of mathematical models in designing and optimizing modern IT systems. The paper explores how mathematical tools simplify complex systems, enabling efficient design and improved understanding. The impact of mathematical models extends beyond initial design. The research emphasizes the importance of maintaining these models throughout a system's life cycle to ensure ongoing optimization.

Fuzzy Logic Controllers and Coverage Path Planning (CPP) algorithms are highlighted as key examples of how mathematical models are utilized in IT system design, particularly for robotic guided vehicles. The research focuses on real-world applications of CPP and the role mathematical models play in finding optimal solutions.

This study aims to benefit professionals in robotics research, logistics, and process automation. It explores how mathematical models can contribute to overcoming challenges in modern industries, such as increased production efficiency and reduced costs.




How to Cite

Krishnaveni Veeranan, Pandian , V., Thamaraiselvi, & Antonyraj Martin. (2024). Impact of Mathematical Models in IT System Design and Optimization. International Journal of Information Technology, Research and Applications, 3(1), 1–11.



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