Interconnected Challenges and New Perspectives in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Part of the
Fields Institute Communications
book series (FIC, volume 66)
More and more disciplines increasingly rely in their progress on the development of mathematical models, methods, and algorithms. Mathematical modeling and computational science are seen as a driving force in scientific discovery and innovative, mathematics-based technologies. They can facilitate new advances in systems-science-based approaches in applications and serve as a decisive factor in sustainable socio-economic development of the society. The chapter provides an overview of these new trends.
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