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Transactions of the Army Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computing (4th) Held in Ithaca, New York on 27-31 May 1986
ARMY RESEARCH LAB RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK NC ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE
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The Fourth Army Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computing was held 27-30 May 1986 at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. It coincided with the formal opening of the recently established Mathematical Sciences Institute MSI. This meetings seven invited speakers addressed the vital areas of combustion, computational fluid dynamics, parallel computation, stochastic analysis, multiple bifurcation, numerical solutions of partial differential equations and problems in many scales of length and time in modern computing environments. There were two special sessions that dealt with Stochastic Algorithms and Computational Vison, and Probabilistic Methods in Solid Mechanics. The one hundred and eight contributed technical papers covered nearly the entire spectrum of basic research. During the course of the meeting several synergetic relationships developed, and the feedback from the Army scientists was very positive. As in previous meetings, this meeting provided its attendees a chance to see the many scientific developments taking place in the various Army laboratories. Through these meetings, techniques developed at one installation are brought to the attention of scientists at other places, this reducing duplication of effort. Another important phase of these meetings is presenting the members of the audience an opportunity to hear nationally known scientists discuss recent developments of their own fields.
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