Advances in Numerical Methods and Applications: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference

Advances in Numerical Methods and Applications: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference

By: B.L. Sendov (editor), P.S. Vassilevski (editor), etc. (editor), Ivan T. Dimov (editor)Hardback

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The topics of these proceedings range from basic research to applications in physics, mechanics, engineering, environmental science and other areas. They include: numerical methods (finite difference, finite element and boundary element methods; numerical methods of approximation theory; Monte-Carlo methods; preconditioning methods); parallel algorithms; and applications of numerical methods.


Multigrid and domain decomposition methods for unstructured meshes, T.F. Chan et al; superconvergence of the mixed finite element approximations to parabolic equations, H. Chen et al; over-convergent Monte-Carlo methods for density-function modelling using B-splines, I. Dimov and A. Karaivanova; Monte-Carlo evaluation of multivariate normal integrals and sensitivity to variate ordering, D. Elston et al; parallel approximation with self-similar functions, B.L. Sendov; a two-level stabilizing framework for interface domain decomposition preconditioners, O. Axelsson and P. Vassilevski; mixed finite element methods over quadrilaterals, T. Mathew and J. Wang; parallel processing of communication protocols, C. Engel and O. Spaniol; Monte-Carlo modelling of quantum electron transport in semiconductor structures, C. Jacoboni and M. Nedjalkov; a bounding numerical approach to seismic interaction between adjacent buildings, A.A. Liolios. (Part contents).

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  • ISBN13: 9789810219260
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 440
  • ID: 9789810219260
  • ISBN10: 9810219261

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