Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2002

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Andris Buikis, Raimondas Ciegis, Alistair D. Fitt
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 17, 2013 - Mathematics - 409 pages
This volume contains the proceedings of the twelfth conference of the Euro pean Consortium for Mathematics in Industry. ECMI was founded in 1986 in to foster research and education in Mathematics in Industry in Europe order and these biannual conferences are the show case for ECMI's research. It is a pleasure to see that six of the plenary speakers have submitted papers for this volume. Their contributions illustrate the breadth of applica tions and the variety of mathematical and computational techniques that are embraced by ECMI. ECMI is also committed to the education of students and it is encouraging that a number of the papers are given by students. The Wacker Prize, which is offered for a Masters Level thesis on an industrial problem, always attracts excellent entries and this year's winner, Nicole Marheineke, is no exception. This is the first time that an ECMI conference has been held in Eastern Europe and the ECMI Council is very grateful to Professor Andris Buikis and his colleagues in Latvia and Lithuania for the excellent job they have done. Thanks too go to the European Union which supported 30 delegates at this conference via TMR Contract No ERBFMRXCT 97-0117 'Differential Equations in Industry and Commerce'. The final meeting of this network was held during this conference which provided a platform for network members to describe their work to a wider audience.
 

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Contents

Mathematical Modeling is a Source
3
Full Flux Boundary Conditions
10
Identification of Doping Profiles in Semiconductors
17
References
28
Oil Displacement with an Active Additive Solution
33
References
39
Contribution of IMCS LU in Business Modelling GRADE
46
Modelling Tumour Growth and Progression
53
Reduced Order Modelling Methods and Constraints
205
References
211
Option Pricing Using Stochastic Volatility Models
221
Mathematical Model for Gravitational Cascade Separation
229
Distributed Schur Complement Techniques
236
References
246
A Finite Element Method for Parabolic Equations
252
Reduction of a Mathematical Model
259

Tumour Progression
62
Faraday Waves in Annular Containers
69
Concluding Remarks
75
Model of the Fibres Dynamic
82
Conclusion
89
Numerical Investigation of the Geometrical Factor
93
Phase Plane Analysis of Web Drying
101
Mathematical Model and FiniteDifference Schemes
108
Simulation of Vehicle Dynamics
116
CoSimulation of the Coupled System VehicleGuideway
118
References
131
References
144
Free Boundary Problems Describing TwoDimensional Pulse
146
Numerical Results
161
Splitting Techniques Based on Topological Information
175
Test Problem
189
Asymptotic and Numerical Aspects
265
Modelling the Reservoir Internal Geometry
273
Monte Carlo Filtering and Generalised Likelihood Uncertainty
279
G González A D Fitt 285
286
Modelling Capillary Pressure in a Streamline Reservoir
291
Finite Volume Method for TwoPoint Scheme
304
Shallow Water Equations
317
Invariant Algebraic Characterization of MFT
330
Discussion
345
Probabilistic Analysis of DAX High Frequency Data
346
A Fast Finite Difference Method for Elliptic PDEs
362
A Mathematical Model of the Cardiovascular System
381
Mathematical Modelling
388
COOxidation by Nitrogen Monoxide on Modified Pt100 Surface
396
References
403
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