Acta Numerica 1996:

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Cambridge University Press, Jul 25, 1996 - Mathematics - 395 pages
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Contents

Hierarchical bases and the finite element method
1
applications and computation
45
Automatic grid generation
121
Eigenvalue optimization
149
On the computation of crystalline microstructure
191
Iterative solution of systems of linear differential equations
259
Theory algorithms and applications of level set methods
309
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About the author (1996)

Arieh Iserles is a Professor in Numerical Analysis of Differential Equations in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge. He has been awarded the Onsager medal and served as a chair of the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics. He is also Managing Editor of Acta Numerica, Editor in Chief of Foundations of Computational Mathematics, and an editor of numerous other publications.

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