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new bestselling titles in mathematical computation and modeling bestseller calculating catastrophe by gordon woo â€œa fascinating survey of catastrophe science that covers a wide range of natural and man-made risks in an attempt to provide broader knowledge and deeper understanding about the different risks involved the author is defined to be â€˜a catastrophist with risk management solutionsâ€™ and this volume is an updated version of his earlier book the mathematics of natural catastrophes the book is full of challenging material that would benefit from being analysed in greater detail within strategic and/or futures tools and techniques in order to make its contents more managerially accessible.â€ long range planning lrp readership applied mathematicians earth and atmospheric scientists civil engineers geographers economists and general public 368pp 978-1-84816-738-4 978-1-84816-739-1pbk jul 2011 us$98 us$38 geometric mechanics 2nd edition differential equations

dynamical system models in the life sciences and their underlying scientific issues fractional calculus 2nd edition by frederic y m wan uc irvine models and numerical methods key features â€¢ when mathematical techniques new to the readers are introduced and taught in this volume they are initiated and motivated by specific questions on biological phenomena so that readers can see the need for the relevant mathematics in the life sciences â€¢ nearly all mathematical methods introduced to analyze specific models in the volume can be traced back to and explained in terms of basic calculus and/or matrix operations familiar to the readers â€¢ by asking different questions about the same biological phenomenon a familiar model is routinely extended or modified to a different level of complexity to motivate the need for more mathematics readership undergraduates in mathematical biology mathematical modeling of dynamical systems optimization and control viral dynamics infectious

bestsellers elements of stochastic modelling 2nd edition homogenization methods for multiscale mechanics by konstantin borovkov the university of melbourne australia by chiang c mei massachusetts institute of technology usa bogdan vernescu worcester polytechnic institute usa â€œthis is a very well-written brief introduction to stochastic modeling and related topics this is a text that every professional in the field might want to consider adding to his bookshelf for those instructors who like the choice of topics covered it is also a nice candidate for a very advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate course in stochastic processes for students in various fields who have very good mathematical backgrounds and previous courses in probability theory.â€ the american statistician 500pp 978-981-4571-15-9 978-981-4571-16-6pbk aug 2014 us$108 us$58 readership graduate students and researchers in applied mathematics and engineering science Â£90 Â£48 348pp 978-981-4282-44-4

other titles of interest dynamical scale transform in tropical geometry inequalities in analysis and probability 2nd edition by tsuyoshi kato kyoto university japan 978-981-4635-36-3 by odile pons national institute for agronomical research france 978-981-3143-98-2 introductory topology 2nd edition exercises and solutions trigonometry notes problems and exercises by mohammed hichem mortad university of oran 1 algeria 978-981-3148-02-4pbk by roger delbourgo formerly at middlesex university uk 978-981-3203-11-2pbk dynamical and complex systems basic theory of fractional differential equations 2nd edition edited by shaun bullett queen mary university of london uk tom fearn frank smith university college london uk 978-1-78634-102-0 analysis and mathematical physics edited by shaun bullett queen mary university of london uk tom fearn frank smith university college london uk 978-1-78634-098-6 the principles of newtonian and quantum mechanics 2nd edition the need for planckâ€™s