By Daniela Lupo, Carlo Pagani, Bernhard Ruf
This quantity includes learn articles originating from the Workshop on Nonlinear research and functions held in Bergamo in July 2001. Classical themes of nonlinear research have been thought of, reminiscent of calculus of diversifications, variational inequalities, severe aspect conception and their use in a number of features of the examine of elliptic differential equations and platforms, equations of Hamilton-Jacobi, Schrödinger and Navier-Stokes, and loose boundary difficulties. additionally, numerous versions have been targeted upon: traveling waves in supported beams and plates, vortex condensation in electroweak concept, details thought, non-geometrical optics, and Dirac-Fock versions for heavy atoms.
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Nonlinear equations: Methods, models and applications by Daniela Lupo, Carlo Pagani, Bernhard Ruf