9 edition of The numerical solution of systems of polynomials arising in engineering and science found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 379-395) and index.
|Statement||by Andrew J. Sommese and Charles W. Wampler, II.|
|Contributions||Wampler, Charles Weldon, II.|
|LC Classifications||QA161.P59 S65 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 401 p. :|
|Number of Pages||401|
|LC Control Number||2005296564|
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As pioneers of the field of numerical algebraic geometry, the authors have provided a comprehensive summary of ideas, methods, problems of numerical algebraic geometry and applications to solving Manufacturer: Andrew J Sommese.
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of systems of nonlinear differential equations. This work involves the numerical solution of polynomial systems and the numerical manipulation of the solution sets.
A major focus of this work is the solution of systems of polynomials arising in engineering and science, and in particular the theory of. This paper deals with the numerical solutions of a class of fractional mathematical models arising in engineering sciences governed by time-fractional advection-diffusion-reaction (TF–ADR) equations, involving the Caputo derivative.
In particular, we are interested in the models that link chemical and hydrodynamic processes. Errata to Numerical Solution of Polynomial Systems Arising The numerical solution of systems of polynomials arising in engineering and science book Engineering and Science Andrew Sommese and Charles Wampler Octo We would like to thank all the people who have found the below mistakes.
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Recent developments in numerical continuation have led to algorithms that compute all solutions to polynomial systems of moderate size. Despite the immediate relevance of these methods, they are unfamiliar to most kinematicians.
This paper attempts to bridge that gap by presenting a tutorial on the main ideas of polynomial continuation along. Introduces the fundamentals of numerical mathematics and illustrates its applications to a wide variety of disciplines in physics and engineering Applying numerical mathematics to solve scientific problems, this book helps readers understand the mathematical and algorithmic elements that lie beneath numerical and computational methodologies in order to determine the suitability of certain.
The primary computational method used in numerical algebraic geometry is homotopy continuation, in which a homotopy is formed between two polynomial systems, and the isolated solutions (points) of one are continued to the other. This is a specification of the more general method of numerical continuation.
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