 Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences

Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences Discipline Mathematics Language English Edited by Nicola Bellomo, Franco Brezzi Publication details Publisher World Scientific (Singapore) Publication history 1991present Impact factor
(2008)2.333 Indexing ISSN 02182025 (print)
17936314 (web)Links 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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