Nicholas L. Armstrong-Crews

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Waves are everywhere; countless natural phenomena are composed of waves or interact with waves in some way. Light, sound, earthquakes, oceanic waves – all are examples of waves. Since waves are so ubiquitous, it is of great importance for scientists and engineers to study and model them. For example, a seismologist might want to model an earthquake's(More)
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