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By Constantin Bacuta, James H. Bramble (auth.), Tony F. Chan, Yunqing Huang, Tao Tang, Jinchao Xu, Long-An Ying (eds.)

The ebook discusses a few key clinical and technological advancements in computational and utilized partial differential equations. It covers many parts of medical computing, together with multigrid equipment, photo processing, finite aspect research and adaptive computations. It additionally covers software program expertise, algorithms and applications.

Most papers are of analysis point, and are contributed by way of a few recognized mathematicians and desktop scientists. The booklet might be invaluable to engineers, computational scientists and graduate scholars.

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Bennett and R. Sharpley. Interpolation of Operators. Academic Press, New- York, 1988. [4] N. B1eistein and R. Handelsman. Asymptotic expansions of integrals. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1975. 26 RECENT PROGRESS IN COMPUTATIONAL AND APPLIED PDES [5) S. R. Scott. 111e Mathematical TheOl)" of Finite Element Methods. SpringerVerlag, New York, 1994. [6) P. G. Ciarlet. The Finite Element Methodfor Elliptic Problems. North Holland, Amsterdam, 1978. [7) M. Dauge. Elliptic BOllndary Vallie Problems 011 Comer Domains.

Sur une c1asse d'espaces d'interpolation. lnstitltt des Halites Etudes Scientifique. , 19:5-68, 1964. (17) S. A. Nazarov and B. A. Plamenevsky. Elliptic Problems in Domains with Piecewise Smooth Boundaries. Expositions in Mathematics, vol. 13, de Gruyter, New York, 1994. [18) 1. Necas . Les Methodes Directes ell Theorie des Equations Elliptiques. Academia, Prague, 1967. [19] F. W. Olver. Asymptotics and Special Functions. Academic Press, New York, 1974. edu Peter A. at Abstract In this note we review the time-splitting spectral method, recently studied by the authors, for linear [2] and nonlinear [3] Schrodinger equations (NLS) in the semiclassical regimes, where the Planck constant E: is small.

This case is a mathematical idealization of a situation with a very large number of measurements. For full data, the identification problem has many analogies to the important field of impedance tomography (cf. [6, 11]). • Parameterized data set: in this case U is a special function class that can be parametrized using parameters Sj E (-3,3), j = 1, ... ,m, with some 3 E R+. Of particular importance is the case where U is piecewise constant on some disjoint sets r j c anD, which represent different ohmic contacts.

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