Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences


Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences  
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Discipline Mathematics
Language English
Edited by Nicola Bellomo, Franco Brezzi
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Publisher World Scientific (Singapore)
Publication history 1991-present
Impact factor
(2008)
2.333
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ISSN 0218-2025 (print)
1793-6314 (web)
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Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences is a journal founded in 1991 and published by World Scientific. It covers: mathematical modelling of systems in the applied sciences(physics, mathematical physics, natural, and technological sciences); qualitative and quantitative analysis of mathematical physics and technological sciences; and numerical and computer treatment of mathematical models or real systems.

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