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Nonlinear hyperbolic differential equations in microelectronics

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Abstract

Nonlinear hyperbolic differential equations have been a subject of intense research in the field of gas dynamics due to many engineering problems associated with high-speed airplanes, missiles, materials processing, etc. Recently, phenomena known from gas dynamics are found to occur also in the microeletronic devices such as MOSFET. Here a few interesting mathematical problems are presented along with future areas of research.

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Lee, H. Nonlinear hyperbolic differential equations in microelectronics. Korean J. CAM 2, 3–9 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03008952

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1991 AMS Mathematical Subject Classification

  • 35L60
  • 35Q80