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By David Wollkind, Bonni J. Dichone
November 17, 2021
Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats: Using Mathematical Modeling in the Material, Biophysical, Fluid Mechanical, and Chemical Sciences focuses on those assumptions made during applied mathematical modeling in which the phenomenological data and the model predictions are self-consistent. This ...