The Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications: Highlights 1993
J. R. Whiteman
Wiley, Sep 6, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 438 pages
World leaders in diverse disciplines, whose common interest is finite element methods, address the latest developments in the field. Mathematical theory, engineering and scientific applications, computational techniques, large scale analysis and implementation of related methods are among the subjects discussed.
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