By **Robert Deville, J Esterle, V Petkov, A Sebbar, A Yger**

April 30, 1996

Multivariable complex analysis and harmonic analysis provide efficient techniques to study many applied mathematical problems. The main objective of a conference held in Bordeaux in June 1995, in honour of Professor Roger Gay, was to connect these mathematical fields with some of their applications...

By **R. Wiegandt, J.W. Gardner, Shao-Xue Liu**

April 18, 1996

First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

By **A Benkirane, J P Gossez**

April 11, 1996

This book presents a collection of selected contributions on recent results in nonlinear partial differential equations from participants to an international conference held in Fes, Morocco in 1994. The emphasis is on nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems, but there are also papers deveoted ...

By **Andreas E Schroth**

November 03, 1995

This research note presents a complete treatment of the connection between topological circle planes and topological generalized quadrangles. The author uses this connection to provide a better understanding of the relationships between different types of circle planes and to solve a topological ...

By **Nigel J Cutland, Vitor Neves, A F Oliveira, Jose Sousa-Pinto**

November 01, 1995

This book contains expository papers and articles reporting on recent research by leading world experts in nonstandard mathematics, arising from the International Colloquium on Nonstandard Mathematics held at the University of Aveiro, Portugal in July 1994. Nonstandard mathematics originated with ...

By **Bernard Lani-Wayda**

October 27, 1995

This text gives a self-contained and detailed treatment of presently known results, and new theorems on hyperbolicity, shadowing, complicated motion, and robustness. The book is intended to provide a dependable reference for researchers wishing to apply such results. This book will be of ...

By **A Doelman, A Van Harten**

October 27, 1995

This Research Note aims to provide an insight into recent developments in the theory of pattern formation. In the last decade there has been considerable progress in this field, both from a theoretical and a practical point of view. Recent mathematical developments concern the study of the ...

By **J A Riestra**

June 20, 1995

The classical Taylor's formula of advanced calculus is generalized, extending the notion of the differentiability class Cm, with applications to maxima and minima and to sufficiency of jets....

By **R Raghavan, E Ozkan**

May 15, 1995

Self-contained and concise, this Research Note provides a basis to study unsteady flow in saturated porous media. It provides for the development of algorithms that examine three-dimensional flows subject to complicated boundary conditions that are a natural consequence of flow in geological ...

By **Are Magnus Bruaset**

May 05, 1995

The problem of solving large, sparse, linear systems of algebraic equations is vital in scientific computing, even for applications originating from quite different fields. A Survey of Preconditioned Iterative Methods presents an up to date overview of iterative methods for numerical solution of ...

By **C Bandle, Michel Chipot, J Saint Jean Paulin, Josef Bemelmans, I Shafrir**

April 26, 1995

This research presents some important domains of partial differential equations and applied mathematics including calculus of variations, control theory, modelling, numerical analysis and various applications in physics, mechanics and engineering. These topics are now part of many areas of science ...

By **Martin Hanke**

April 26, 1995

The conjugate gradient method is a powerful tool for the iterative solution of self-adjoint operator equations in Hilbert space.This volume summarizes and extends the developments of the past decade concerning the applicability of the conjugate gradient method (and some of its variants) to ill ...