Evolution Inclusions and Variation Inequalities for Earth Data Processing II

Differential-Operator Inclusions and Evolution Variation Inequalities for Earth Data Processing
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ISBN-13:
9783642265433
Einband:
Previously published in hardcover
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.12.2012
Seiten:
300
Autor:
Pavlo O. Kasyanov
Gewicht:
456 g
Format:
235x155x16 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Providing a toolbox for mathematical equations, this volume presents various approaches to the analysis of nonlinear models. Topics include phase changes, diffusion of electromagnetic, acoustic and seismoacoustic waves, as well as quantum mechanical effects.
A unique mathematical toolbox for solving problems in geophysics and earth sciencesIntroduces new concepts
Written by experts
Auxiliary Statements.- Differential-Operator Inclusions with W-Lambda-pseudomonotone Maps.-Evolution Variation Inequalities.- Vortical Flow Pattern Past a Square Prism: Numerical Model and Control Algorithms.
Here, the authors present modern mathematical methods to solve problems of differential-operator inclusions and evolution variation inequalities which may occur in fields such as geophysics, aerohydrodynamics, or fluid dynamics. For the first time, they describe the detailed generalization of various approaches to the analysis of fundamentally nonlinear models and provide a toolbox of mathematical equations. These new mathematical methods can be applied to a broad spectrum of problems. Examples of these are phase changes, diffusion of electromagnetic, acoustic, vibro-, hydro- and seismoacoustic waves, or quantum mechanical effects. This is the second of two volumes dealing with the subject. Here, the authors present modern mathematical methods to solve problems of differential-operator inclusions and evolution variation inequalities which may occur in fields such as geophysics, aerohydrodynamics, or fluid dynamics. For the first time, they describe the detailed generalization of various approaches to the analysis of fundamentally nonlinear models and provide a toolbox of mathematical equations. These new mathematical methods can be applied to a broad spectrum of problems. Examples of these are phase changes, diffusion of electromagnetic, acoustic, vibro-, hydro- and seismoacoustic waves, or quantum mechanical effects.
This is the second of two volumes dealing with the subject.