This series, comprising of a diverse collection of textbooks, references, and handbooks, brings together a wide range of topics across numerical analysis and scientific computing. The books contained in this series will appeal to an academic audience, both in mathematics and computer science, and naturally find applications in engineering and the physical sciences.

Forthcoming

By **Terry E. Moschandreou, Keith Afas, Khoa Nguyen**

January 25, 2024

Theoretical and Computational Fluid Mechanics: Existence, Blow-up, and Discrete Exterior Calculus Algorithms centralizes the main and current topics in theoretical and applied fluid dynamics at the intersection of a mathematical and non-mathematical environment. The book is accessible to anyone ...

By **Philipp Birken**

July 24, 2023

Numerical Methods for Unsteady Compressible Flow Problems is written to give both mathematicians and engineers an overview of the state of the art in the field, as well as of new developments. The focus is on methods for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations, the solutions of which can exhibit ...

By **Abdelwahab Kharab, Ronald Guenther**

June 13, 2023

An Introduction to Numerical Methods: A MATLAB® Approach, Fifth Edition continues to offer readers an accessible and practical introduction to numerical analysis. It presents a wide range of useful and important algorithms for scientific and engineering applications, using MATLAB to illustrate each...

By **Alfio Borzì**

May 26, 2023

The sequential quadratic hamiltonian (SQH) method is a novel numerical optimization procedure for solving optimal control problems governed by differential models. It is based on the characterisation of optimal controls in the framework of the Pontryagin maximum principle (PMP).The SQH method is a ...

By **Timothy Bower**

September 28, 2022

Introduction to Computational Engineering with MATLAB® aims to teach readers how to use MATLAB programming to solve numerical engineering problems. The book focuses on computational engineering with the objective of helping engineering students improve their numerical problem-solving skills. The ...

By **Dan Stanescu, Long Lee**

May 02, 2022

This book intends to serve a very broad audience of college students across a variety of disciplines. It exposes its readers to some of the basic tools and techniques used in computational science, with a view to helping them understand what happens ‘behind the scenes’ when simple tools ...

By **Alfio Borzì**

April 07, 2020

Modelling with Ordinary Differential Equations: A Comprehensive Approach aims to provide a broad and self-contained introduction to the mathematical tools necessary to investigate and apply ODE models. The book starts by establishing the existence of solutions in various settings and analysing ...

Edited
By **Raymond Flood, Tony Mann, Mary Croarken**

November 01, 2019

Greenwich has been a centre for scientific computing since the foundation of the Royal Observatory in 1675. Early Astronomers Royal gathered astronomical data with the purpose of enabling navigators to compute their longitude at sea. Nevil Maskelyne in the 18th century organised ...

By **Frederic Magoules, Jie Pan, Kiat-An Tan, Abhinit Kumar**

October 23, 2019

A Thorough Overview of the Next Generation in ComputingPoised to follow in the footsteps of the Internet, grid computing is on the verge of becoming more robust and accessible to the public in the near future. Focusing on this novel, yet already powerful, technology, Introduction to Grid Computing ...

By **Jacques Bahi, Christophe Guyeux**

September 23, 2019

For computer scientists, especially those in the security field, the use of chaos has been limited to the computation of a small collection of famous but unsuitable maps that offer no explanation of why chaos is relevant in the considered contexts. Discrete Dynamical Systems and Chaotic Machines: ...

By **Juergen Geiser**

September 19, 2019

Efficient Methods to Solve Complex Coupled SystemsCoupled Systems: Theory, Models, and Applications in Engineering explains how to solve complicated coupled models in engineering using analytical and numerical methods. It presents splitting multiscale methods to solve multiscale and multiphysics ...

By **Jun Sun, Choi-Hong Lai, Xiao-Jun Wu**

September 19, 2019

Although the particle swarm optimisation (PSO) algorithm requires relatively few parameters and is computationally simple and easy to implement, it is not a globally convergent algorithm. In Particle Swarm Optimisation: Classical and Quantum Perspectives, the authors introduce their concept of ...