## Mathematical Methods for Industrial Problems: Proceedings of the International Workshop Held in Technopolis, Bari, Italy, September 3-5, 1988The design of more and more powerful computers, robots, flexible machine systems, etc. has increased the role of mathematicians in the field of high technology. To explore this role an International Workshop on the Mathematical Methods for Industrial Problems was held in Bari, Italy, 3--5 September 1988. The scope of the workshop was to exchange ideas and discuss problems encountered in the formulation, analysis and computer simulation of mathematical models of industrial processes. Problems of validation of models vs experimental data were also considered. This Proceedings volume contains the invited talks by lectures from universities and research centers involved in university--industry collaboration in the mathematical sciences. Also included are papers from experts from industries on mathematical problems arising in industry and the methods employed to solve them. |

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### Contents

Mathematical modelling and asymptotics in engineering acoustics | 17 |

Pattern recognition and a mathematical model for a railroad company | 35 |

Industrial mathematics and a contest in modeling | 49 |

Collaborating with industry a mathematicians viewpoint | 67 |

S McKee 67 | 83 |

Study group with industry | 99 |

Some experience with mathematics and industry at INRIA | 131 |

Modelling and optimizing fuel consumption and pollutant emissions | 153 |

The use of mathematical methods in production management | 195 |

Mathematics as a fundamental tool in the analysis design and simulation | 217 |

Simulation programs in chemical engineering The choice of Eniricerche | 245 |

Dynamic modelling of industrial manipulators | 257 |

An approach to computer simulation | 271 |

Some examples on the utilization of mathematical tools for the design | 285 |

The experience at TECNARS of using mathematical modelling | 301 |

A simulation experience of a SMD automatic assembly line | 319 |

The role of SI AM in promoting industrial mathematics | 165 |

Mathematical simulation and optimization of chemical plants | 171 |

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