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This series is a companion to the Journal of Computational Dynamics. It publishes high quality monographs at the research, survey or graduate text book levels on random and stochastic dynamical systems, numerical dynamics and computational dynamics, broadly interpreted. Clarity of exposition and a systematic presentation are emphasized. In particular, research monographs should contain sufficient background material to make them more widely accessible. Read More
Editors: Peter Kloeden, Wolf-Juergen Beyn, Hans Crauel, Lars Gruene, Peter Imkeller, Marian Mrozek, Reinout Quispel
This books series features high quality monographs covering topics in mathematical analysis or at the interface between mathematics and other disciplines such as continuum physics, biology, and economics. Ideally, a contribution will be usable as a textbook for a topical course at graduate level. It should provide readers with a comfortable amount of background material, a comprehensive presentation of the key results, and an overview of current research directions. In the evaluation of manuscripts, a systematic presentation and the clarity of exposition will be emphasized. Extended surveys of a research area which has experienced major recent advances or important new applications are also welcome. Read More
Editors: Benedetto Piccoli, J. Carrillo, A. Figalli, K. Karlsen, J. Keener, T. Zariphopoulou
The aim of this book series is to report current progress and to review past success that points to future directions in the broad areas of differential equations and dynamical systems. The series will consist of monographs and high level textbooks at the graduate level. Read More
Editors: Jianhong Wu, J. L. Bona, H. G. Othmer, J. Webb, M. Efendiev, Y. Chitour
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