Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering

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R. Glowinski, A. Lichnewsky
SIAM, 1990 - Science - 446 pages
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The papers presented at this conference covered: methods for large linear and nonlinear systems and optimization problems, wavelet approximations, computational fluid dynamics and turbulence, computational chemistry and physics, parallel computers, and supercomputers and transputers.
 

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Contents

Adaptive Polynomial Preconditioning for HPD Linear Systems
3
Theory Algorithms and Applications
24
An Introduction to the Structure of Large Scale Nonlinear Optimization
42
Wavelet Solutions of Linear and Nonlinear Elliptic Parabolic
55
Computational Aspects of Fast Particle Simulations
123
Extrapolation Procedures at Outflow Boundaries for
136
Wavy TaylorVortex Flows
152
Hypersonic Flow Simulations Using DSMC Direct Simulation
160
Numerical Simulation of Transition to Turbulence in FreeShear Layers
273
Localized Basis Functions and Other Computational Improvements
291
Semiconductor Modelling Via the Boltzmann Equation
313
The Periodic Boltzmann Semiconductor Equation
325
NEC Supercomputer SX3 Series Architecture and Software
353
Compiler Optimizations for Superscalar Computers
360
Software Environments for the Parallel Solution of Partial
378
Concepts of Multitasking
393

New Developments in Adaptive Methods for Computational
180
Domain Decomposition Methods for Unsteady
211
Unsteady Incompressible Flow Computations with
228
Recent Progress in Reactive Flow Computations
249
Parallel Execution of Fortran Programs on the EWS Workstation
413
Improving a Parallel Ray Tracing Algorithm on an IPSC2 by Emulating
424
Achievement and Perspective
436
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