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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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An applied mathematician by training, Fernandez says he strives to be a spokesperson for mathematics and its applications.
Anything that's long and flexible seems to somehow end up knotted," says Andrew Belmonte, an applied mathematician at Pennsylvania State University in University Park.
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in New York City this week to present their answer to a panel of professional applied mathematician judges.
An applied mathematician who specializes in fluids and turbulence (SN: 10/31/98, p.
To convert those pulsations into directional motion, the animals typically exploit transient changes in the friction between their bodies and the underlying surface, restricting propulsion to one direction, says applied mathematician Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan of Harvard University.
Driss graduated as an engineer and applied mathematician from Ecole Centrale de Paris and earned an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau.
introduces both the classical theory of the calculus of variations and the more modern developments of optimal control theory from the perspective of an applied mathematician.
We have revealed through research that having a high-speed Internet connection has made many mothers more efficient and is revolutionizing the way they connect with the world," said Cheryl Persinger, an AT&T Broadband Labs applied mathematician and mother of three.
Incorporating inpainting as part of the deblurring and denoising process is now feasible, says applied mathematician Tony F.
Wright, a computer scientist and applied mathematician, was honored for pioneering research in numerical optimization and for leadership in linking industry, academia, and government.
Rahman is an applied mathematician specializing in wave mechanics and wave loads on offshore structures.
It introduces computational and mathematical problems, their solution methods, and research developments from the perspective of a computer scientist or applied mathematician.
Little co-founded The MathWorks in 1984 along with Steven Bangert and Cleve Moler, a world-class 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.
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