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### Lobachevsky Geometry and Modern Nonlinear Problems

This monograph presents the basic concepts of hyperbolic Lobachevsky geometry and their possible applications to modern nonlinear applied problems in mathematics and physics, summarizing the findings of roughly the last hundred years. The central sections cover the classical building blocks of hyperbolic Lobachevsky geometry, pseudo spherical surfaces theory, net geometrical investigative techniques of nonlinear differential equations in partial derivatives, and their applications to the analysis of the physical models. As the sine-Gordon equation appears to have profound “geometrical roots” and numerous applications to modern nonlinear problems, it is treated as a universal “object” of investigation, connecting many of the problems discussed. The aim of this book is to form a general geometrical view on the different problems of modern mathematics, physics and natural science in general in the context of non-Euclidean hyperbolic geometry.

### Differential Geometry and Related Topics

The International Conference on Modern Mathematics and the International Symposium on Differential Geometry, in honor of Professor Su Buchin on the centenary of his birth, were held in September 2001 at Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Around 100 mathematicians from China, France, Japan, Singapore and the United States participated. The proceedings cover a broad spectrum of advanced topics in mathematics, especially in differential geometry, such as some problems of common interest in harmonic maps, submanifolds, the Yang-Mills field and the geometric theory of solitons. Contents:Asymptotic Behavior of Yang–Mills Flow in Higher Dimensions (Y M Chen et al.)Complete Submanifolds in Euclidean Spaces with Constant Scalar Curvature (Q M Cheng)On Mathematical Ship Lofting (G C Dong et al.)On the Nirenberg Problem (M Ji)Almost Complex Manifolds and a Differential Geometric Criterion for Hyperbolicity (S Kobayashi)Harmonic Maps Between Carnot Spaces (S Nishikawa)A Survey of Complete Manifolds with Bounded Radial Curvature Function (K Shiohama)On the Hensel Lift of a Polynomial (Z X Wan)A Note on Locally Real Hyperbolic Space with Finite Volume (Y H Yang)and other papers Readership: Researchers and graduate students in mathematics. Keywords:Differential Geometry;Harmonic Map;Submanifold;Yang-Mills Field;Geometric Theory of Solitons;Cohomology

### Contact Geometry and Nonlinear Differential Equations

Shows novel and modern ways of solving differential equations using methods from contact and symplectic geometry.

### Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Hyperbolic Wave Phenomena

This volume presents the state of the art in several directions of research conducted by renowned mathematicians who participated in the research program on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations at the Centre for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, Norway, during the academic year 2008-09. The main theme of the volume is nonlinear partial differential equations that model a wide variety of wave phenomena. Topics discussed include systems of conservation laws, compressible Navier-Stokes equations, Navier-Stokes-Korteweg type systems in models for phase transitions, nonlinear evolution equations, degenerate/mixed type equations in fluid mechanics and differential geometry, nonlinear dispersive wave equations (Korteweg-de Vries, Camassa-Holm type, etc.), and Poisson interface problems and level set formulations.

### Frontiers in Differential Geometry, Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics

This book is a collection of papers in memory of Gu Chaohao on the subjects of Differential Geometry, Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics that Gu Chaohao made great contributions to with all his intelligence during his lifetime. All contributors to this book are close friends, colleagues and students of Gu Chaohao. They are all excellent experts among whom there are 9 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Therefore this book will provide some important information on the frontiers of the related subjects. Contents:A Profile of the Late Professor Gu Chaohao (Tatsien Li)List of Publications of Gu ChaohaoIn Memory of Professor Gu Chaohao (Xiaqi Ding)In Memory of Professor Gu Chaohao (Gongqing Zhang (Kung-Ching Chang))Stability of E-H Mach Configuration in Pseudo-Steady Compressible Flow (Shuxing Chen)Incompressible Viscous Fluid Flows with Slip Boundary Conditions and Their Numerical Simulations (Ben-yu Guo)Global Existence and Uniqueness of the Solution for the Generalized Schrödinger-KdV System (Boling Guo, Bolin Ma & Jingjun Zhang)Anomaly Cancellation and Modularity (Fei Han, Kefeng Liu & Weiping Zhang)On Interior Estimates for Mean Curvature of Convex Surfaces in R3 and Its Applications (Jiaxing Hong)Geometric Invariant Theory of the Space — A Modern Approach to Solid Geometry (Wu-Yi Hsiang)Optimal Convergence Rate of the Binomial Tree Scheme for American Options and Their Free Boundaries (Lishang Jiang & Jin Liang)Rademacher Φ Function, Jacobi Symbols, Quantum and Classical Invariants of Lens Spaces (Bang-He Li & Tian-Jun Li)Historical Review on the Roles of Mathematics in the Study of Aerodynamics (Jiachun Li)Toward Chern–Simons Theory of Complexes on Calabi–Yau Threefolds (Jun Li)Exact Boundary Synchronization for a Coupled System of Wave Equations (Tatsien Li)Scaling Limit for Compressible Viscoelastic Fluids (Xianpeng Hu & Fang-Hua Lin)Uniqueness Modulo Reduction of Bergman Meromorphic Compactifications of Canonically Embeddable Bergman Manifolds (Ngaiming Mok)The Application of Conditional Nonlinear Optimal Perturbation to Targeted Observations for Tropical Cyclone Prediction (Mu Mu, Feifan Zhou, Xiaohao Qin & Boyu Chen)Isometric Immersions in Minkowski Spaces (Yi-Bing Shen)Remarks on Volume Growth for Minimal Graphs in Higher Codimension (Yuanlong Xin)Separation of Variables for the Lax Pair of the Bogomolny Equation in 2+1 Dimensional Anti-de Sitter Space-Time (Zi-Xiang Zhou) Readership: Mathematicians and advanced graduate students in mathematics. Key Features:In memory of the highly distinguished mathematician Gu ChaohaoThe contributors are excellent experts, including 9 members of the CASProvides some important information on Differential Geometry, Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics, etcKeywords:Differential Geometry;Partial Differential Equations;Mathematical Physics

### Handbook of Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Problems

Handbook of Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Problems explores the changes that have taken place in the past few decades regarding literature in the design, analysis and application of various numerical algorithms for solving hyperbolic equations. This volume provides concise summaries from experts in different types of algorithms, so that readers can find a variety of algorithms under different situations and readily understand their relative advantages and limitations. Provides detailed, cutting-edge background explanations of existing algorithms and their analysis Ideal for readers working on the theoretical aspects of algorithm development and its numerical analysis Presents a method of different algorithms for specific applications and the relative advantages and limitations of different algorithms for engineers or readers involved in applications Written by leading subject experts in each field who provide breadth and depth of content coverage

### Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics, Applications

The International Conference on "Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Nu merics and Applications" was held in CalTech on March 25-30, 2002. The Hyp2002 conference was the ninth meeting in the bi-annual international se ries which became one of the highest quality and most successful conference series in Applied Mathematics. This series originated in 1986 at Saint-Etienne, with an earlier focus on the theoretical aspects of hyperbolic conservation laws. As computers became more powerful in the late eighties, and as the interplay between new models, theory and modern numerical algorithms has gained considerable impact dur ing the nineties, the scope of the Hyperbolic conference series was expanded to its present format. This trend is demonstrated, for example, by many effective numerical methods developed originally in the context of Computational Fluid Dynam ics, which in recent years have found new applications outside their traditional areas. Consequently, in addition to its traditional areas, the Hyp2002 has added new focal points. These included multiscale modeling and simulations, e.g., in deriving and simulating meso- and nano-scale material properties in micro devices, geophysical applications such as wave propagation in ran dom media, and coarsening of multi-phase flows through porous media, and free boundary problems arising from materials science and multi-component fluid dynamics, including thin films, crystal growth, multi-fluid interfaces, solid/liquid interfaces."

### Analysis of Systems of Conservation Laws

Systems of partial differential equations reflecting conservation laws hold significant relevance to a variety of theoretical and practical applications, including compressible fluid flow, electromagnetism, elasticity theory, and other areas of continuum mechanics. This field of nonlinear analysis is currently experiencing a marked increase in successful research activity. The EU-TMR network "Hyperbolic Systems of Conservation Laws held a summer program offering short courses on the Analysis of Systems of Conservation Laws. This book contains five of the self-contained short courses presented during this program by experts of international reputation. These courses, which address solutions to hyperbolic systems by the front tracking method, non-strictly hyperbolic conservation laws, hyperbolic-elliptic coupled systems, hyperbolic relaxation problems, the stability of nonlinear waves in viscous media and numerics, and more, represent the state of the art of most central aspects of the field.

### Algebraic and Geometric Aspects of Integrable Systems and Random Matrices

This volume contains the proceedings of the AMS Special Session on Algebraic and Geometric Aspects of Integrable Systems and Random Matrices, held from January 6-7, 2012, in Boston, MA. The very wide range of topics represented in this volume illustrates

### The Porous Medium Equation

The Heat Equation is one of the three classical linear partial differential equations of second order that form the basis of any elementary introduction to the area of PDEs, and only recently has it come to be fairly well understood. In this monograph, aimed at research students and academics in mathematics and engineering, as well as engineering specialists, Professor Vazquez provides a systematic and comprehensive presentation of the mathematical theory of the nonlinear heat equation usually called the Porous Medium Equation (PME). This equation appears in a number of physical applications, such as to describe processes involving fluid flow, heat transfer or diffusion. Other applications have been proposed in mathematical biology, lubrication, boundary layer theory, and other fields. Each chapter contains a detailed introduction and is supplied with a section of notes, providing comments, historical notes or recommended reading, and exercises for the reader.

### Contributions to modern calculus of variations

### Nonlinear Problems in Geometry

### Transport Equations and Multi-D Hyperbolic Conservation Laws

The theory of nonlinear hyperbolic equations in several space dimensions has recently obtained remarkable achievements. This volume provides an up-to-date overview of the status and perspectives of two areas of research in PDEs, related to hyperbolic conservation laws. The captivating volume contains surveys of recent deep results and provides an overview of further developments and related open problems. Readers should have basic knowledge of PDE and measure theory.

### Geometry Revealed

Both classical geometry and modern differential geometry have been active subjects of research throughout the 20th century and lie at the heart of many recent advances in mathematics and physics. The underlying motivating concept for the present book is that it offers readers the elements of a modern geometric culture by means of a whole series of visually appealing unsolved (or recently solved) problems that require the creation of concepts and tools of varying abstraction. Starting with such natural, classical objects as lines, planes, circles, spheres, polygons, polyhedra, curves, surfaces, convex sets, etc., crucial ideas and above all abstract concepts needed for attaining the results are elucidated. These are conceptual notions, each built "above" the preceding and permitting an increase in abstraction, represented metaphorically by Jacob's ladder with its rungs: the 'ladder' in the Old Testament, that angels ascended and descended... In all this, the aim of the book is to demonstrate to readers the unceasingly renewed spirit of geometry and that even so-called "elementary" geometry is very much alive and at the very heart of the work of numerous contemporary mathematicians. It is also shown that there are innumerable paths yet to be explored and concepts to be created. The book is visually rich and inviting, so that readers may open it at random places and find much pleasure throughout according their own intuitions and inclinations. Marcel Berger is t he author of numerous successful books on geometry, this book once again is addressed to all students and teachers of mathematics with an affinity for geometry.

### Multidimensional Hyperbolic Problems and Computations

This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications MULTIDIMENSIONAL HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS AND COMPUTATIONS is based on the proceedings of a workshop which was an integral part ofthe 1988-89 IMA program on NONLINEAR WAVES. We are grateful to the Scientific Commit tee: James Glimm, Daniel Joseph, Barbara Keyfitz, Andrew Majda, Alan Newell, Peter Olver, David Sattinger and David Schaeffer for planning and implementing an exciting and stimulating year-long program. We especially thank the Work shop Organizers, Andrew Majda and James Glimm, for bringing together many of the major figures in a variety of research fields connected with multidimensional hyperbolic problems. A vner Friedman Willard Miller PREFACE A primary goal of the IMA workshop on Multidimensional Hyperbolic Problems and Computations from April 3-14, 1989 was to emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary research in this field involving the combination of ideas from the theory of nonlinear partial differential equations, asymptotic methods, numerical computation, and experiments. The twenty-six papers in this volume span a wide cross-section of this research including some papers on the kinetic theory of gases and vortex sheets for incompressible flow in addition to many papers on systems of hyperbolic conservation laws. This volume includes several papers on asymptotic methods such as nonlinear geometric optics, a number of articles applying numerical algorithms such as higher order Godunov methods and front tracking to physical problems along with comparison to experimental data, and also several interesting papers on the rigorous mathematical theory of shock waves.

### Boundary Control of Quasi-Linear Hyperbolic Initial Boundary-Value Problem

The thesis presents different control design approaches for stabilizing networks of quasi-linear hyperbolic partial differential equations. These equations are usually conservative, which gives them interesting properties to design stabilizing control laws. Two main design approaches are developed: a methodology based on entropies and Lyapunov functions and a methodology based on the Riemann invariants. The stability theorems are illustrated using numerical simulations. Two practical applications of these methodologies are presented. Network of navigation channels are modelled using the Saint-Venant equation (also known as the Shallow Water Equations). The stabilization problem of such system has an industrial importance in order to satisfy the navigation constraints and to optimize the production of electricity in hydroelectric plants, usually located at each hydraulic gate. A second application deals with the regulation of water waves in moving tanks. This problem is also modelled by a modified version of the shallow water equations and appears in a number industrial fields which deal with liquid moving parts.

### Recent Progress and Modern Challenges in Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science

This volume is an excellent resource for professionals in various areas of applications of mathematics, modeling, and computational science. It focuses on recent progress and modern challenges in these areas. The volume provides a balance between fundamental theoretical and applied developments, emphasizing the interdisciplinary nature of modern trends and detailing state-of-the-art achievements in Applied Mathematics, Modeling, and Computational Science. The chapters have been authored by international experts in their respective fields, making this book ideal for researchers in academia, practitioners, and graduate students. It can also serve as a reference in the diverse selected areas of applied mathematics, modelling, and computational sciences, and is ideal for interdisciplinary collaborations.

### Dynamics, Ergodic Theory and Geometry

Based on the subjects from the Clay Mathematics Institute/Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Workshop titled 'Recent Progress in Dynamics' in September and October 2004, this volume contains surveys and research articles by leading experts in several areas of dynamical systems that have experienced substantial progress. One of the major surveys is on symplectic geometry, which is closely related to classical mechanics and an exciting addition to modern geometry. The survey on local rigidity of group actions gives a broad and up-to-date account of another flourishing subject. Other papers cover hyperbolic, parabolic, and symbolic dynamics as well as ergodic theory. Students and researchers in dynamical systems, geometry, and related areas will find this book fascinating. The book also includes a fifty-page commented problem list that takes the reader beyond the areas covered by the surveys, to inspire and guide further research.

### Mathematical Reviews

### Applied Partial Differential Equations

Partial differential equations are used in mathematical models of a huge range of real-world phenomena, from electromagnetism to financial markets. This revised edition of Applied Partial Differential Equations contains many new sections and exercises including transform methods, free surface flows, linear elasticity and complex characteristics.

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