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Synonyms for applied mathematics

the branches of mathematics that are involved in the study of the physical or biological or sociological world

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De Witt Sumners, an applied mathematician at Florida State University in Tallahassee, says he was not surprised that knots would form in a box.
It introduces computational and mathematical problems, their solution methods, and research developments from the perspective of a computer scientist or applied mathematician.
An applied mathematician at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, he had also studied sea ice on three previous Antarctic outings.
The field of computer chess got its start in 1950 with the ideas of applied mathematician Claude E.
The current or eddy field acts like an optical lens to focus the wave action, says applied mathematician Bengt Fornberg of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
The rules completely guarantee the final shell shape," says applied mathematician Bonnie A.
Applied mathematician Joan and John (emeritus, mechanical engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.
A Russian native in the US since 1990, applied mathematician Mitlin shares insights he has acquired working in high-technology companies, most importantly that fine-tuning digital communications systems requires a balance between analytical methods and simulations.
This seems to be very different from the way we teach science and engineering, especially to undergraduates, but this is not so different from the way we do research," says applied mathematician Philip J.
This explanation has enormous appeal in the mathematical and scientific community," observes applied mathematician P.
Without a visual display such as a rugged fitness landscape; its difficult to intuit why some mutations are more adaptive than others, adds applied mathematician Alan S.
He writes for numerical analysts, applied mathematicians, and computational scientists and engineers, and because he provides complete proofs in most cases, the book could serve as a textbook for a course on the acceleration of the convergence of iterative vector processes, for example.
Tenders are invited for this biological and environmental research/advanced scientific computing research (ber-ascr) scientific discovery thru advanced computing (scidac) partnership foa will enable scientists to conduct complex scientific and engineering computations at a level of fidelity needed to simulate real-world climate conditions, by supporting deep, necessary, and productive collaborations between climate scientists on the one hand and applied mathematicians and computer scientists on the other, that overcome the barriers between these disciplines and consequently fully exploit the capabilities of department of energy (doe) high performance computing (hpc) systems in order to accelerate advances in climate science.
In other words mathematicians even applied mathematicians do not apply mathematics; the engineers or scientists do it.
of York, Britain), and attributes that to its being considered classical, so old fashion, and because it was generally developed by engineers and applied mathematicians, so grew up on the wrong side of the academic tracks.
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