Integral Methods in Science and Engineering, Volume 2

Computational Aspects

  • Christian Constanda
  • M.E. Pérez

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. M. Ahues, F. D. d’Almeida, R. Fernandes
    Pages 1-10
  3. L. J. Alvarez-Vázquez, F. J. Fernández, R. Muñoz-Sola
    Pages 21-31
  4. J. Casado-Díaz, J. Couce-Calvo, M. Luna-Laynez, J. D. Martín-Gómez
    Pages 55-63
  5. C. Castro, F. Palacios, E. Zuazua
    Pages 65-90
  6. M. J. Castro Díaz, E. D. Fernández-Nieto, J. M. González-Vida, A. Mangeney, C. Parés
    Pages 91-101
  7. I. Chudinovich, C. Constanda, D. Doty, A. Koshchii
    Pages 113-120
  8. A. Cordero, J. R. Torregrosa
    Pages 121-130
  9. A. Correia, J. Matias, P. Mestre, C. Serôdio
    Pages 131-140
  10. C. P. Costa, M. T. Vilhena, T. Tirabassi
    Pages 141-150
  11. T. Diogo, M. Kolk, P. Lima, A. Pedas
    Pages 151-160
  12. A. V. Gusarov, I. Smurov
    Pages 183-192
  13. P. J. Harris, C. Hardwidge
    Pages 193-201
  14. J. Kemppainen, K. Ruotsalainen
    Pages 213-222
  15. V. Kotila, S. Lahdelma, K. Ruotsalainen
    Pages 233-242
  16. M. Perel, M. Sidorenko, E. Gorodnitskiy
    Pages 291-300
  17. C. Z. Petersen, M. T. Vilhena, D. Moreira, R. C. Barros
    Pages 301-309
  18. R. P. Souto, H. F. de Campos Velho, F. F. Paes, S. Stephany, P. O. A. Navaux, A. S. Charão et al.
    Pages 327-337
  19. P. B. Vasconcelos, O. Marques, J. E. Roman
    Pages 351-360
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 369-372

About this book


Mathematical models—including those based on ordinary, partial differential, integral, and integro-differential equations—are indispensable tools for studying the physical world and its natural manifestations. Because of the usefulness of these models, it is critical for practitioners to be able to find their solutions by analytic and/or computational means. This two-volume set is a collection of up-to-date research results that illustrate how a very important class of mathematical tools can be manipulated and applied to the study of real-life phenomena and processes occurring in specific problems of science and engineering.

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. Among the topics covered are deformable structures, traffic flow, acoustic wave propagation, spectral procedures, eutrophication of bodies of water, pollutant dispersion, spinal cord movement, submarine avalanches, and many others with an interdisciplinary flavor.

Integral Methods in Science and Engineering, Volumes 1 and 2 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.

Volume 1: ISBN 978-0-8176-4898-5

Volume 2: ISBN 978-0-8176-4896-1


Analysis Integral equation Wavelet model operator optimization wave equation

Editors and affiliations

  • Christian Constanda
    • 1
  • M.E. Pérez
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Mathematical University of TulsaTulsaU.S.A.
  2. 2.Departamento de Matematica AplicadaUniversidad CantabriaSantanderSpain

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