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Mathematical Modeling of Wave Phenomena: Proceedings.


Mathematical modeling of wave phenomena; proceedings.

International Conference on Mathematical Modeling of Wave Phenomena (2d: 2005: Vaxjo, Sweden) Ed. by B. Nilsson and L. Fishman.

American Institute of Physics


378 pages



AIP conference proceedings; v.834


In these proceedings of the conference of August 2005, participants describe their work in the relationship between various types of waves, with primary focus on classical wave modeling of acoustic waves in solids and fluids, electromagnetic waves, and elastic wave modeling in both direct and inverse problems. Classical linear wave propagation modeling, analysis and computation topics include electromagnetic applications, the acoustics of fluids and the acoustics of solids; those on classical nonlinear wave propagation included cubically nonlinear media and resonant excitation of nonlinear waves; inverse scattering modeling included wood and seismic imaging. The remaining papers over quantum and statistical mechanics and signaling processing and analysis.

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