Applications of mathematics in engineering and economics '33: 33rd international conference, Sozopol, Bulgaria, 8-14 June 2007
American Institute of Physics, Oct 23, 2007 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
All papers have been peer-reviewed. The main goal of this series of Conferences is to bring together experts and young talented scientists from Bulgaria and abroad to discuss modern trends, and to ensure exchange of views in various applications of mathematics in the fields of engineering, physics, economics, biology, etc. Keeping the main topics of the previous AMEE conferences, the 33rd issue was subject to the motto "Nonlinear phenomena - mathematical theory and environmental reality". The Organizing Committee encouraged students and postgraduates to take part in the sessions of the Conference. The invited speakers organized special sessions. An integral part of the Conference is the publishing and distribution the proceedings among mathematical and related societies who have an interest in the topics of applied mathematics. Topics discussed include: Mathematical modeling in engineering, physics, astrophysics, heat conductivity, hydrodynamics, queuing, numerical methods and simulations, computational techniques and algorithms, spectral methods, optimal control, and scientific computing.
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