Generalized Collocation Methods : Solutions to Nonlinear Problems
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 Generalized Collocation Methods : Solutions to Nonlinear Problems
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 Solutions to Nonlinear Problems
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 by Nicola Bellomo, Bertrand Lods, Roberto Revelli, Luca Ridolfi
 Subject

 Computer mathematics
 Differential equations
 Engineering mathematics
 Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics
 Mathematical analysis
 Mathematical and Computational Engineering
 Mathematical models
 Ordinary Differential Equations
 Analysis
 Analysis (Mathematics)
 Applications of Mathematics
 Applied mathematics
 Computational Science and Engineering
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 This book examines various mathematical tools—based on generalized collocation methods—to solve nonlinear problems related to partial differential and integrodifferential equations. Covered are specific problems and models related to vehicular traffic flow, population dynamics, wave phenomena, heat convection and diffusion, transport phenomena, and pollution. Based on a unified approach combining modeling, mathematical methods, and scientific computation, each chapter begins with several examples and problems solved by computational methods; full details of the solution techniques used are given. The last section of each chapter provides problems and exercises giving readers the opportunity to practice using the mathematical tools already presented. Rounding out the work is an appendix consisting of scientific programs in which readers may find practical guidelines for the efficient application of the collocation methods used in the book. Although the authors make use of Mathematica®, readers may use other packages such as MATLAB® or MapleTM depending on their specific needs and software preferences. Generalized Collocation Methods is written for an interdisciplinary audience of graduate students, engineers, scientists, and applied mathematicians with an interest in modeling realworld systems by differential or operator equations. The work may be used as a supplementary textbook in graduate courses on modeling and nonlinear differential equations, or as a selfstudy handbook for researchers and practitioners wishing to expand their knowledge of practical solution techniques for nonlinear problems
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 515
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 English
 LC call number
 QA299.6433
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