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This latest volume in the Wavelets Analysis and Its Applications Series provides significant and up-to-date insights into recent developments in the field of wavelet constructions in connection with partial differential equations. Specialists in numerical applications and engineers in a variety of fields will find Multiscale Wavelet for Partial Differential Equations to be a valuable resource. Key Features * Covers important areas of computational mechanics such as elasticity and computational fluid dynamics * Includes a clear study of turbulence modeling * Contains recent research on multiresolution analyses with operator-adapted wavelet discretizations * Presents well-documented numerical experiments connected with the development of algorithms, useful in specific applications
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Wolfgang Dahmen (born 19 October 1949) is a German mathematician working in approximation theory, numerical analysis, and partial differential equations.
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