Special Issue on Novel Difference and Hybrid
Methods for Differential and Integro-Differential Equations
It has been evident that many important mathematical
modeling equations at the quantum level are accomplished through
combinations of physical models from discrete-atomistic to
continuum-macroscopic responses. On the other hand, new theories and
methods provide powerful tools for the analysis of the combined
modeling systems and computational applications. Novel finite
difference and adaptive-hybrid schemes have been developed for
solving the complex equations established via highly flexible
approximation strategies. The aim of this special issue is to
highlight the new developments in the area. It will contain articles
presenting the latest trends and research results in topics
including, but not limited to:
hybrid and dynamic mathematical modeling and
adaptive and novel difference approaches for solving nonlinear differential
or integro-differential equations
stability and convergence analysis of the multi-level schemes
iterative or adaptive methods in scientific and engineering
numerical strategies in multi-level or parallel
computations for differential equations with applications
Research papers are solicited for this special issue. Each
submitted paper should be between 10 and 20 pages and will be
refereed according to NPSC policies; see URL at
Submit a PDF or PS version of the complete paper to either
of the Guest Editors:
Deadline for submission of full papers: May 30, 2008.
Notification of acceptance: August 30, 2008.
Expected publication: Fall, 2008.
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