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21 Sagaut, Pierre Large Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows I11081 2001 eBook  
22 Enns, Richard Computer Algebra Recipes I11043 2001 eBook  
23 Peyret, Roger Advanced Turbulent Flow Computations I11003 2000 eBook  
24 Martinis, J.A.C Friction and Instabilities I10830 2002 eBook  
25 Hahn, Hubert Rigid Body Dynamics of Mechanisms 2 I10746 2003 eBook  
26 Sagaut, P Large Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows I10725 2002 eBook  
27 Iordache, Octavian Modeling Multi-Level Systems I08404 2011 eBook  
28 Hoekstra, Alfons G Simulating Complex Systems by Cellular Automata I07835 2010 eBook  
29 Kocarev, Ljupco Consensus and Synchronization in Complex Networks I07723 2013 eBook  
30 Korsch, Hans J??rgen Chaos I07563 2008 eBook  
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TitleLarge Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows : An Introduction
Author(s)Sagaut, Pierre
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.
DescriptionXV, 319 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe book is unique in that it is the only one of its kind devoted entirely to the subject of (large-eddy simulation). It presents a comprehensive account of the available knowledge in this field, and also the first unified view of the various existing approaches. Large-eddy simulation is the only efficient technique for approaching high Reynolds numbers when simulating industrial, natural or experimental configurations. The author concentrates on incompressible fluids. The book gives a complete account of this young but very rich discipline. The topics are well chosen and both the mathematical ideas and the applicatons are presented with care. The book addresses researchers as well as graduate students and engineers
ISBN,Price9783662044162
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. Computational Intelligence 4. Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis 5. Computer mathematics 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 9. FLUIDS 10. Mathematical Methods in Physics 11. Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation 12. Observations, Astronomical 13. PHYSICS
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TitleComputer Algebra Recipes : A Gourmet???s Guide to the Mathematical Models of Science
Author(s)Enns, Richard;McGuire, George C
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 2001.
DescriptionXIV, 778 p : online resource
Abstract NoteComputer algebra systems have the potential to revolutionize the teaching of and learning of science. Not only can students work thorough mathematical models much more efficiently and with fewer errors than with pencil and paper, they can also work with much more complex and computationally intensive models. Thus, for example, in studying the flight of a golf ball, students can begin with the simple parabolic trajectory, but then add the effects of lift and drag, of winds, and of spin. Not only can the program provide analytic solutions in some cases, it can also produce numerical solutions and graphic displays. Aimed at undergraduates in their second or third year, this book is filled with examples from a wide variety of disciplines, including biology, economics, medicine, engineering, game theory, physics, chemistry. The text is organized along a spiral, revisiting general topics such as graphics, symbolic computation, and numerical simulation in greater detail and more depth at each turn of the spiral. The heart of the text is a large number of computer algebra recipes. These have been designed not only to provide tools for problem solving, but also to stimulate the reader's imagination. Associated with each recipe is a scientific model or method and a story that leads the reader through steps of the recipe.??Each section of recipes is followed by a set of problems that readers can use to check their understanding or to develop the topic further
ISBN,Price9781461301714
Keyword(s)1. ALGEBRA 2. Applications of Mathematics 3. APPLIED MATHEMATICS 4. Computational Intelligence 5. Computer science???Mathematics 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 9. Mathematical and Computational Engineering 10. PHYSICS 11. Physics, general 12. Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation
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TitleAdvanced Turbulent Flow Computations
Author(s)Peyret, Roger;Krause, Egon
PublicationVienna, Springer Vienna, 2000.
DescriptionVII, 315 p. 49 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book collects the lecture notes concerning the IUTAM School on Advanced Turbulent Flow Computations held at CISM in Udine September 7???11, 1998. The course was intended for scientists, engineers and post-graduate students interested in the application of advanced numerical techniques for simulating turbulent flows. The topic comprises two closely connected main subjects: modelling and computation, mesh pionts necessary to simulate complex turbulent flow
ISBN,Price9783709125908
Keyword(s)1. Computational Intelligence 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 5. FLUIDS 6. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 7. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleFriction and Instabilities
Author(s)Martinis, J.A.C;Raous, M
PublicationVienna, Springer Vienna, 2002.
DescriptionVII, 291 p. 109 illus., 16 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteThe book addresses instability and bifurcation phenomena in frictional contact problems. The treatment of this subject has its roots in previous studies of instability and bifurcation in elastic, thermoelastic or elastic-plastic bodies, and in previous mathematical, mechanical and computational studies of unilateral problems. The salient feature of this book is to put together and develop concepts and tools for stability and bifurcation studies in mechanics, taking into account the inherent non-smoothness and non-associativity (non-symmetry) of unilateral frictional contact laws. The mechanical foundations, the mathematical theory and the computational algorithms for such studies are developed along six chapters written by the lecturers of a CISM course. Those concepts and tools are illustrated not only with enlightening academic examples but also with some demanding industrial applications, related, namely, to the automotive industry
ISBN,Price9783709125342
Keyword(s)1. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 2. Computational Intelligence 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. GEOPHYSICS 6. Geophysics/Geodesy 7. MECHANICS 8. Mechanics, Applied 9. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 10. Solid Mechanics 11. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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TitleRigid Body Dynamics of Mechanisms 2 : Applications
Author(s)Hahn, Hubert
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.
DescriptionXVII, 665 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe second volume of Rigid Body Dynamics of Mechanisms covers applications via a systematic method for deriving model equations of planar and spatial mechanisms. The necessary theoretical foundations have been laid in the first volume that introduces the theoretical mechanical aspects of mechatronic systems. Here the focus is on the application of the modeling methodology to various examples of rigid-body mechanisms, simple planar ones as well as more challenging spatial problems. A rich variety of joint models, active constraints, plus active and passive force elements is treated. The book is intended for self-study by working engineers and students concerned with the control of mechanical systems, i.e. robotics, mechatronics, vehicles, and machine tools. The examples included are a likely source from which to choose models for university lectures
ISBN,Price9783662097694
Keyword(s)1. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 2. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 3. Computational Intelligence 4. Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis 5. Computer mathematics 6. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 7. EBOOK 8. EBOOK - SPRINGER 9. MECHANICS 10. Mechanics, Applied 11. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 12. Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems 13. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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TitleLarge Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows : An Introduction
Author(s)Sagaut, P
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002.
DescriptionXXII, 426 p. 41 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThe book is the only one of its kind devoted entirely to the subject of Large Eddy Simulation. It presents a comprehensive account and a unified view of this young but very rich discipline. LES is the only efficient technique for approaching high Reynolds numbers when simulating industrial, natural or experimental configurations. The author concentrates on incompressible fluids. The topics are well chosen and both the mathematical ideas and the applicatons are presented with care. The book addresses researchers as well as graduate students and engineers. This second edition is a greatly enriched version motivated both by the increasing theoretical interest on LES and the increasing numbers of applications. Two entirely new chapters are devoted to the coupling of LES with multiresolution multidomain techniques and to the new hybrid approaches that relate the LES procedures to the classical statistical methods based on the Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes equations
ISBN,Price9783662046951
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. Computational Intelligence 4. Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis 5. Computer mathematics 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 9. FLUIDS 10. Mathematical Methods in Physics 11. Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation 12. Observations, Astronomical 13. PHYSICS
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TitleModeling Multi-Level Systems
Author(s)Iordache, Octavian
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011.
DescriptionXV, 232 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book is devoted to modeling of multi-level complex systems, a challenging domain for engineers, researchers and entrepreneurs, confronted with the transition from learning and adaptability to evolvability and autonomy for technologies, devices and problem solving methods. Chapter 1 introduces the multi-scale and multi-level systems and highlights their presence in different domains of science and technology. Methodologies as, random systems, non-Archimedean analysis, category theory and specific techniques as model categorification and integrative closure, are presented in chapter 2. Chapters 3 and 4 describe polystochastic models, PSM, and their developments. Categorical formulation of integrative closure offers the general PSM framework which serves as a flexible guideline for a large variety of multi-level modeling problems. Focusing on chemical engineering, pharmaceutical and environmental case studies, the chapters 5 to 8 analyze mixing, turbulent dispersion and entropy production for multi-scale systems. Taking inspiration from systems sciences, chapters 9 to 11 highlight multi-level modeling potentialities in formal concept analysis, existential graphs and evolvable designs of experiments. Case studies refer to separation flow-sheets, pharmaceutical pipeline, drug design and development, reliability management systems, security and failure analysis. Perspectives and integrative points of view are discussed in chapter 12. Autonomous and viable systems, multi-agents, organic and autonomic computing, multi-level informational systems, are revealed as promising domains for future applications. Written for: engineers, researchers, entrepreneurs and students in chemical, pharmaceutical, environmental and systems sciences engineering, and for applied mathematicians
ISBN,Price9783642179464
Keyword(s)1. Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory 2. COMPLEXITY 3. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 4. Computational Intelligence 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. STATISTICAL PHYSICS
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TitleSimulating Complex Systems by Cellular Automata
Author(s)Hoekstra, Alfons G;Kroc, Jiri;Sloot, Peter M.A
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.
DescriptionXXII, 384 p : online resource
Abstract NoteDeeply rooted in fundamental research in Mathematics and Computer Science, Cellular Automata (CA) are recognized as an intuitive modeling paradigm for Complex Systems. Already very basic CA, with extremely simple micro dynamics such as the Game of Life, show an almost endless display of complex emergent behavior. Conversely, CA can also be designed to produce a desired emergent behavior, using either theoretical methodologies or evolutionary techniques. Meanwhile, beyond the original realm of applications - Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics ??? CA have also become work horses in very different disciplines such as epidemiology, immunology, sociology, and finance. In this context of fast and impressive progress, spurred further by the enormous attraction these topics have on students, this book emerges as a welcome overview of the field for its practitioners, as well as a good starting point for detailed study on the graduate and post-graduate level. The book contains three parts, two major parts on theory and applications, and a smaller part on software. The theory part contains fundamental chapters on how to design and/or apply CA for many different areas. In the applications part a number of representative examples of really using CA in a broad range of disciplines is provided - this part will give the reader a good idea of the real strength of this kind of modeling as well as the incentive to apply CA in their own field of study
ISBN,Price9783642122033
Keyword(s)1. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 2. Computational Intelligence 3. Computational Science and Engineering 4. Computer mathematics 5. COMPUTER SIMULATION 6. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 7. EBOOK 8. EBOOK - SPRINGER 9. Simulation and Modeling 10. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 11. Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems
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TitleConsensus and Synchronization in Complex Networks
Author(s)Kocarev, Ljupco
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013.
DescriptionIX, 275 p : online resource
Abstract NoteSynchronization in complex networks is one of the most captivating cooperative phenomena in nature and has been shown to be of fundamental importance in such varied circumstances as the continued existence of species, the functioning of heart pacemaker cells, epileptic seizures, neuronal firing in the feline visual cortex and cognitive tasks in humans. E.g. coupled visual and acoustic interactions make fireflies flash, crickets chirp, and an audience clap in unison. On the other hand, in distributed systems and networks, it is often necessary for some or all of the nodes to calculate some function of certain parameters, e.g. sink nodes in sensor networks being tasked with calculating the average measurement value of all the sensors or multi-agent systems in which all agents are required to coordinate their speed and direction. When all nodes calculate the same function of the initial values in the system, they are said to reach consensus. Such concepts - sometimes also called state agreement, rendezvous, and observer design in control theory - have recently received considerable attention in the computational science and engineering communities. Quite generally, consensus formation among a small group of expert models of an objective process is challenging because the separate models have already been optimized in their own parameter spaces. ?? The mathematical framework for describing synchronization and consensus in natural and technical sciences is similar and the aim of this book is to provide the first comprehensive work in which synchronization and consensus are presented jointly, thereby allowing the reader to learn about the similarities and differences of the two concepts in both a systematic and application-oriented fashion. The ten chapters have been carefully selected so as to reflect the current state-of-the-art of synchronization and consensus in networked systems; in particular two chapters dealing with a novel application of synchronization concepts in machine learning have been included. ?? The book is aimed at all scientists and engineers, graduate students and practitioners, working in the fields of synchronization and related phenomena
ISBN,Price9783642333590
Keyword(s)1. Applications of Graph Theory and Complex Networks 2. COMPLEXITY 3. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 4. Computational Intelligence 5. COMPUTER SIMULATION 6. Control and Systems Theory 7. Control engineering 8. EBOOK 9. EBOOK - SPRINGER 10. PHYSICS 11. Simulation and Modeling
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TitleChaos : A Program Collection for the PC
Author(s)Korsch, Hans J??rgen;Jodl, Hans-J??rg;Hartmann, Timo
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2008.
DescriptionXV, 341 p. With many Numerical Experiments : online resource
Abstract NoteThis new edition strives yet again to provide readers with a working knowledge of chaos theory and dynamical systems through parallel introductory explanations in the book and interaction with carefully-selected programs supplied on the accompanying diskette. The programs enable readers, especially advanced-undergraduate students in physics, engineering, and math, to tackle relevant physical systems quickly on their PCs, without distraction from algorithmic details. For the third edition of Chaos: A Program Collection for the PC, each of the previous twelve programs is polished and rewritten in C++ (both Windows and Linux versions are included). A new program treats kicked systems, an important class of two-dimensional problems, which is introduced in Chapter 13. Each chapter follows the structure: theoretical background; numerical techniques; interaction with the program; computer experiments; real experiments and empirical evidence; reference. Interacting with the many numerical experiments have proven to help readers to become familiar with this fascinating topic and even to enjoy the experience
ISBN,Price9783540748670
Keyword(s)1. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 2. Computational Intelligence 3. Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis 4. Computer mathematics 5. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. Mathematical Methods in Physics 9. PHYSICS 10. QUANTUM COMPUTERS 11. Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics 12. QUANTUM PHYSICS 13. SPINTRONICS 14. STATISTICAL PHYSICS
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