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We approach these mysteries using a synthesis of computational and analytical mathematics, and in the book we offer new solutions to these mysteries that we believe are more to the point than traditional ones. In many ways the material in this book goes against what is traditionally found in most text books of mathematical fluid dynamics.
This book has its own dedicated homepage where we make movies available from the many computations in the book, which we hope will be entertaining as well as lead to new insights. Since our approach is new, and may also be considered controversal by some, at the homepage of the book we open for a free debate on these very important questions that are fundamental for both mathematics and fluid dynamics.
The new book Dreams of Calculus - Perspectives on Mathematics Education is now available in postscript and pdf format. Publisher page In Brief In this book we argue that the development of the computer and the rapid increase in available computational power constitutes a paradigm shift in mathematics, with dramatic new possibilities of computational mathematical modeling in our society. We further argue that this paradigm shift must lead to a corresponding paradigm shift in mathematics education on all levels.
Roughly speaking, the book contains a synthesis of calculus and linear algebra including computational methods and a variety of applications. The idea is thus that making the student comfortable with both advanced mathematical concepts and modern computational techniques, will open a wealth of possibilities of applying mathematics to problems of real interest.
This is in contrast to the traditional education where the emphasis is usually put on a set of analytical techniques within a conceptual framework of more limited scope. We also teach the student some tricks to that purpose, but our over-all goal is different. Computational Thermodynamics: Vol. This book presents a unified approach to computational mathematical modelling based on differential equations combining aspects of mathematics, computation and application.
The backbone of the book is a general methodology for the numerical solution of differential equations based on Galerkin's method using piecewise polynomial approximation. It begins with a constructive proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus that illustrates the close connection between integration and numerical quadrature and introduces basic issues in the numerical solution of differential equations including piecewise polynomial approximation and adaptive error control.
After preparatory material on linear algebra and polynomial approximation, the computational methodology is developed starting with model problems taking the form of scalar linear ordinary differential equations, then proceeding through systems of linear ordinary differential equations to linear partial differential equations including the Poisson equation, the heat equation, the wave equation and convection-diffusion-absorption equations. The book includes background material on the derivation of the differential equations as mathematical models of physical phenomena and mathematical results on properties of the solutions of differential equations.
The theme of error estimation and adaptive error control is developed consistently. This text is suitable for courses in mathematics, science, and engineering ranging from calculus, linear algebra, differential equations to specialized courses on computational methods for differential equations. The book is written in an accessible style and includes all of the necessary background material from calculus, linear algebra, numerical analysis, mechanics, and physics. As instructional aids, problems are interspersed throughout the text and the book is complemented by the freely available software Femlab that can serve as a laboratory for the student.
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. The program is motivated by the computer revolution opening new possibilities of computational mathematical modeling in mathematics, science and engineering. The authors are leading researchers in Computational Mathematics who have written various successful books. It would of course be ideal to combine the more rigorous aspects of mathematics with the problem solving aspects, including numerical methods.
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But readers will be relieved to hear that this refers specifically to the field of applied mathematics for science and engineering students with no mention of any need to restructure mathematics curricula internationally. The process of reform, initiated by the authors, has its roots in work that began 20 years ago in courses in computational mathematical modelling CMM , and they say that their philosophy has "permeated through their system of basic maths education in calculus and linear algebra". The overall aim is to develop a complete programme for mathematics education in science and engineering up to graduate level.
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The new book Dreams of Calculus - Perspectives on Mathematics Education is now available in postscript and pdf format. Roughly speaking, the book contains a synthesis of calculus and linear algebra including computational methods and a variety of applications. The idea is thus that making the student comfortable with both advanced mathematical concepts and modern computational techniques, will open a wealth of possibilities of applying mathematics to problems of real interest. This is in contrast to the traditional education where the emphasis is usually put on a set of analytical techniques within a conceptual framework of more limited scope. We also teach the student some tricks to that purpose, but our over-all goal is different. This book presents a unified approach to computational mathematical modelling based on differential equations combining aspects of mathematics, computation and application.
Category theory appears as a secondary topic whenever it is relevant to the main issue, and its treatment is by no means systematic. The word problem in combinatorial group and semigroup theory Lecture given to the New Zealand Mathematical Colloquium Received June 1.
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We approach these mysteries using a synthesis of computational and analytical mathematics, and in the book we offer new solutions to these mysteries that we believe are more to the point than traditional ones.
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ReplyThe project is realized through a series of books: Applied Mathematics: Body and Soul. Computational Turbulent Incompressible Flow (Vol. 4 in the Body and The new book Dreams of Calculus - Perspectives on Mathematics Education is now available in postscript and pdf format. Publisher Cover 1, Cover 2, Cover 3.