Integral Methods in Science and Engineering, Volume 2 - Computational Methods
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The two volumes contain 65 chapters, which are based on talks presented by reputable researchers in the field at the Tenth International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering. The chapters address a wide variety of methodologies, from the construction of boundary integral methods to the application of integration-based analytic and computational techniques in almost all aspects of today's technological world.
Both volumes are useful references for a broad audience of professionals, including pure and applied mathematicians, physicists, biologists, and mechanical, civil, and electrical engineers, as well as graduate students, who use integration as a fundamental technique in their research.
Illustrates the application of integral methods to diverse problems in mathematics, physics, biology, and engineering
Chapters written by scientists with established credentials in their fields
Applications to a wide spectrum of subjects, ranging from eutrophication of bodies of water, to pollutant dispersion, spinal cord movement, submarine avalanches, among others
For a broad audience of graduate students, researchers, and professionals in pure and applied mathematics, physics, biology, and civil and mechanical engineering
The second in a two-volume set, this is a collection of up-to-date research results that show how to set up an important class of tools using mathematical models based on integral methods, and how to use them in specific problems of science and engineering.