Modern Mathematics and Mechanics: Fundamentals, Problems and Challenges
In this book, international expert authors provide solutions for modern fundamental problems including the complexity of computing of critical points for set-valued mappings, the behavior of solutions of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and difference equations, or the development of an abstract theory of global attractors for multi-valued impulsive dynamical systems. These abstract mathematical approaches are applied to problem-solving in solid mechanics, hydro- and aerodynamics, optimization, decision-making theory, and control theory. This volume is therefore relevant to mathematicians as well as engineers working at the interface of these fields.
George Tillmann is a retired Booz, Allen Hamilton partner; a former programmer, analyst, management consultant; and CIO who managed Booz Allen’s global IT organization. He brings more than 30 years of experience as a database administrator, database consultant, and database product designer. He has written two books, was a Computerworld columnist, and has articles published in CIO, Infoworld, Techworld, Data Base, The Standard, Database Programming & Design and is a former member of the ANSI/X3/SPARC Data Base Systems Study Group.