Mathematical Models in Science and Engineering

  title={Mathematical Models in Science and Engineering},
  author={Alfio Quarteroni},
M athematical modeling aims to describe the differentaspectsof the real world, their interaction, and their dynamics through mathematics. It constitutes the third pillar of science and engineering, achieving the fulfillment of the two more traditional disciplines, which are theoretical analysis and experimentation. Nowadays, mathematical modeling has a key role also in fields such as the environment and industry, while its potential contribution in many other areas is becoming more and more… CONTINUE READING


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