Network Science, Nonlinear Science and Infrastructure Systems
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There is much interest in infrastructural problems these days, including the complexities of transportation, the Internet, supply chains, and many other infrastructural networks. This interest has generated mathematical modeling of physical and virtual infrastructure that emphasizes the nonlinear and dynamic nature of flow phenomena on infrastructure networks
Will attract considerable attention among researchers in many areas, such as: network flows, network optimization, dynamical systems, OR/MS, information technology, computer science, and regional science
Reviewer's comment: "The book emphasizes the overall issue of modeling infrastructural networks arising in different, but related, domains. In particular, it seeks to focus on one of the main similarities between these, namely the nonlinear nature of the problems"
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Part of the International Series in Operations Research & Management Science book series (ISOR, volume 102)