19.575 new publications in mathematics

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 08:56:02 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 575.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

         Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 08:48:05 +0000
         From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
         Subject: new publications in mathematics

During the twentieth century mathematics has gained a decisive role in
almost all the sciences, and a globalization of the mathematical
language and method has taken place. Mathematicians have applied
numerical simulation more and more systematically, developing a way to
emulate and sometimes even replace real experiments with a much more
flexible framework using computer power. In this context, mathematicians
as well as scientists from other fields have worked increasingly close

Against this background, the Lecture Notes in Mathematics welcome texts
on the numerical simulation of any natural or artificial phenomenon,
texts on the formalization and numerical analysis of complex systems, of
composite materials, of queues, genes, proteins, neurons, cells, images,
sounds, perception, etc.

Mathematicians working with formalization and simulation are eagerly
invited to submit manuscripts in which they explain their methods,
numerical and mathematical results and their scientific challenges to
their peers and students.

To provide you with a better idea of applied titles within the Lecture
Notes in Mathematics, Springer now grants free electronic access to a
selected number of LNM volumes for 2 months. Please choose as many
volumes as you are interested in from the following list:

Ambrosio, L., Caffarelli, L.A., Brenier, Y., Buttazzo, G., Villani, C.,
Caffarelli, Luis A.; Salsa, Sandro (Eds.) Optimal Transportation and
Vol. 1813

Anile, A.M., Allegretto, W., Ringhofer, C. (Ed.)
Mathematical Problems in Semiconductor Physics
Vol. 1823

Back, K., Bielecki, T.R., Hipp, C., Peng, S., Schachermayer, W.,
Frittelli, M; Runggaldier, W (Eds.) Stochastic Methods in Finance
Vol. 1856

Benettin, Giancarlo, Henrard, Jacques, Kuksin, Sergei, Giorgilli, Antonio (Ed.)
Hamiltonian Dynamics -- Theory and Applications
Vol. 1861

Bielecki, T.R., Björk, T., Jeanblanc, M., Rutkowski, M., Scheinkman,
J.A., Xiong, W. , Carmona, R.A.; Cinlar, E.; Ekeland, I.; Jouini, E.;
Scheinkman, J.A.; Touzi, N. (Eds.) Paris-Princeton Lectures on
Mathematical Finance 2003
Vol. 1847

Borisyuk, A., Ermentrout, G.B., Friedman, A., Terman, D.
Tutorials in Mathematical Biosciences I
Mathematical Neuroscience
Vol. 1860

Bramble, James H., Cohen, Albert, Dahmen, Wolfgang, Canuto, Claudio (Ed.)
Multiscale Problems and Methods in Numerical Simulations
Vol. 1825

Cao, Frédéric
Geometric Curve Evolution and Image Processing
Vol. 1805

Ganesh, Ayalvadi, O'Connell, Neil, Wischik, Damon
Big Queues
Vol. 1838

Jiang Da-Quan, Qian, Min, Qian, Ming-Ping
Mathematical Theory of Nonequilibrium Steady States
Vol. 1833

Reichel, Wolfgang
Uniqueness Theorems for Variational Problems by the Method of
Transformation Groups Vol. 1841

Sneyd, James (Ed.)
Tutorials in Mathematical Biosciences II
Mathematical Modeling of Calcium Dynamics and Signal Transduction
Vol. 1867

Teufel, Stefan
Adiabatic Perturbation Theory in Quantum Dynamics
Vol. 1821

Wolf-Gladrow, Dieter A.
Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata and Lattice Boltzmann Models. An
Introduction Vol. 1725

Zhidkov, Peter E.
Korteweg-de Vries and Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations: Qualitative Theory
Vol. 1756

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In addition to the volumes available online, applied LNM titles can be
found in print editions. Examples are:
Applebaum, D., Bhat, B.V.R., Kustermans, J.,
Lindsay, J.M., Schuermann, Michael; Franz, Uwe (Eds.)
Quantum Independent Increment Processes I. From
Classical Probability to Quantum Stochastic Calculus
Vol. 1865

Burkard, R., Deuflhard, P., Jameson, A., Lions,
J.-L., Strang, G. , Capasso, V.; Engl, H.W.; Periaux, J. (Eds.)
Computational Mathematics Driven by Industrial Problems
Vol. 1739

Diekmann, O., Durrett, R., Hadeler, K.-P., Maini,
P., Smith, H.L. , Capasso, V.; Diekmann, O. (Eds.)
Mathematics Inspired by Biology
Vol. 1714

Espedal, M.S., Fasano, A., Mikelic, A., Fasano, A. (Ed.)
Filtration in Porous Media and Industrial Application
Vol. 1734

Fuchs, Martin, Seregin, Gregory
Variational Methods for Problems from Plasticity
Theory and for Generalized Newtonian Fluids
Vol. 1749

Ma, Jin, Yong, Jiongmin
Forward-Backward Stochastic Differential Equations and Their Applications
Vol. 1702

Pytlak, Radoslaw
Numerical Methods for Optimal Control Problems with State Constraints
Vol. 1707

Ritter, Klaus
Average-Case Analysis of Numerical Problems
Vol. 1733

Ruzicka, Michael
Electrorheological Fluids: Modeling and Mathematical Theory
Vol. 1748

Your library surely has these books on its
shelves — a good opportunity to browse them at the next occasion.


Danielle Falanga
Product Manager, Mathematics

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