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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leonid Berlyand; A G Kolpakov; A Novikov
|Description:||xiv, 243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Review of mathematical notions used in the analysis of transport problems in dense-packed composite materials --
Background and motivation for introduction of network models --
Network approximation for boundary-value problems with discontinuous coefficients and a finite number of inclusions --
Numerics for percolation and polydispersity via network models --
The network approximation theorem for an infinite number of bodies --
Network method for nonlinear composites --
Network approximation for potentials of bodies --
Application of the method of complex variables.
|Series Title:||Encyclopedia of mathematics and its applications, v. 148.|
|Responsibility:||Leonid Berlyand, Pennsylvania State University, Alexander G. Kolpakov, Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Alexei Novikov, Pennsylvania State University.|
Introduces graduate students to the state of the art in this fast-developing field of applied mathematics.
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