Covers mathematical techniques and developments topical for engineering and natural science, and introduces applied mathematicians to modern scientific and engineering applications, with the goal of fostering interaction among the various groups. Both analytic and computational techniques are covered. Books are accessible to readers versed in mathematics or science and engineering, and will feature a short, lively tutorial style, a focus on topics of current interest, and present clear exposition of broad appeal.
Senior Editor: Richard Haberman, Southern Methodist University, Texas
Editorial Board: Alejandro Aceves, University of New Mexico; Andrea Bertozzi, University of California, Los Angeles; Bard Ermentrout, University of Pittsburgh; Thomas Erneux, Université Libre de Brussels; Bernie Matkowsky, Northwestern University, Illinois; Robert M. Miura, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Michael Tabor, University of Arizona
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