It was porkmaking by machinery, porkmaking by applied mathematics
. And yet somehow the most matter-of-fact person could not help thinking of the hogs; they were so innocent, they came so very trustingly; and they were so very human in their protests--and so perfectly within their rights!
Mokhtari, "Solving the generalized regularized long wave equation on the basis of a reproducing kernel space," Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Radon series on computational and applied mathematics
Sparsity has become an important concept in applied mathematics
in such areas as mathematical signaling and image processing, in the numerical treatment of partial differential equations, and in inverse problems.
PLANS: Major in applied mathematics
at the University of Connecticut.
Among the theoretical methods for solving many problems of applied mathematics
, physics, and technology, asymptotic methods often provide results that lead to obtaining more effective algorithms of numerical evaluation.
Author Abrahamson has a degree in applied mathematics
, but his forte is in unearthing and sharing wacky, authentic research and technical accomplishment.
(Sylvania, OH) is undergoing a major expansion with the launch of five new Journals, including Applied Mathematics
Research eXpress with an issue in late 2003, and Advances in Difference Equations, EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, International Mathematics Research Surveys and Fixed Point Theory and Applications with issues in early 2004.
This year the Campus had a 100 per cent record in many subjects including physics, human biology, pure mathematics, applied mathematics
, electronics and environment science.
The disciplines were: (1) Social/Behavioral Sciences; (2) Business; (3) Physical Sciences; and (4) Applied Mathematics
. A number of distinctive characteristics were found for each course.
has played a visible role at NBS/NIST since the Math Tables project in the 1930s, and formal mathematical and statistical organizations have been part of NBS/NIST since the establishment of the National Applied Mathematics
Laboratory in 1947.
Prof Stephen Hawking, of the Department of Applied Mathematics
and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University, said genetic engineering on humans was almost bound to happen.