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Computational Interval Methods for Engineering Applications
Author : Snehashish Chakraverty,Nisha Rani Mahato
Publisher : Academic Press
Release Date : 2020-11-01
ISBN 10 : 0128178590
Pages : 220 pages

Computational Interval Methods for Engineering Applications explains how to use classical and advanced interval arithmetic to solve differential equations for a wide range of scientific and engineering problems. In mathematical models where there are variables and parameters of uncertain value, interval methods can be used as an efficient tool for handling this uncertainty. In addition, it can produce rigorous enclosures of solutions of practical problems governed by mathematical equations. Other topics discussed in the book include linear differential equations in areas such as robotics, control theory, and structural dynamics, and in nonlinear oscillators, such as Duffing and Van der Pol. The chaotic behavior of the enclosure of oscillators is also covered, as are static and dynamic analysis of engineering problems using the interval system of linear equations and eigenvalue problems, thus making this a comprehensive resource. Explains how interval arithmetic can be used to solve problems in a range of engineering disciplines, including structural and control Gives unique, comprehensive coverage of traditional and innovative interval techniques, with examples addressing both linear and nonlinear differential equations Provides full mathematical details of the governing differential equations used to solve a wide range of problems

Computational Methods in Engineering and Science
Author : Shoichiro Nakamura
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1977
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 457 pages

Complex Interval Arithmetic and Its Applications
Author : Miodrag Petkovic,Miodrag Petković,Miodrag S. Petkovic,Ljiljana Petković
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 1998
ISBN 10 : 9783527401345
Pages : 284 pages

The aim of this book is to present formulas and methods developed using complex interval arithmetic. While most of numerical methods described in the literature deal with real intervals and real vectors, there is no systematic study of methods in complex interval arithmetic. The book fills this gap. Several main subjects are considered: outer estimates for the range of complex functions, especially complex centered forms, the best approximations of elementary complex functions by disks, iterative methods for the inclusion by polynomial zeros including their implementation on parallel computers, the analysis of numerical stability of iterative methods by using complex interval arithmetic and numerical computation of curvilinear integrals with error bounds. Mainly new methods are presented developed over the last years, including a lot of very recent results by the authors some of which have not been published before.

Computational Intelligence in Emerging Technologies for Engineering Applications
Author : Orestes Llanes Santiago,Carlos Cruz Corona,Antônio José Silva Neto,José Luis Verdegay
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release Date : 2020-02-14
ISBN 10 : 3030344096
Pages : 291 pages

This book explores applications of computational intelligence in key and emerging fields of engineering, especially with regard to condition monitoring and fault diagnosis, inverse problems, decision support systems and optimization. These applications can be beneficial in a broad range of contexts, including: water distribution networks, manufacturing systems, production and storage of electrical energy, heat transfer, acoustic levitation, uncertainty and robustness of infinite-dimensional objects, fatigue failure prediction, autonomous navigation, nanotechnology, and the analysis of technological development indexes. All applications, mathematical and computational tools, and original results are presented using rigorous mathematical procedures. Further, the book gathers contributions by respected experts from 22 different research centers and eight countries: Brazil, Cuba, France, Hungary, India, Japan, Romania and Spain. The book is intended for use in graduate courses on applied computation, applied mathematics, and engineering, where tools like computational intelligence and numerical methods are applied to the solution of real-world problems in emerging areas of engineering.

Computational Methods in Engineering
Author : S.P. Venkateshan,Prasanna Swaminathan
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2013-12-09
ISBN 10 : 0124167039
Pages : 692 pages

Computational Methods in Engineering brings to light the numerous uses of numerical methods in engineering. It clearly explains the application of these methods mathematically and practically, emphasizing programming aspects when appropriate. By approaching the cross-disciplinary topic of numerical methods with a flexible approach, Computational Methods in Engineering encourages a well-rounded understanding of the subject. This book's teaching goes beyond the text—detailed exercises (with solutions), real examples of numerical methods in real engineering practices, flowcharts, and MATLAB codes all help you learn the methods directly in the medium that suits you best. Balanced discussion of mathematical principles and engineering applications Detailed step-by-step exercises and practical engineering examples to help engineering students and other readers fully grasp the concepts Concepts are explained through flowcharts and simple MATLAB codes to help you develop additional programming skills

Theories of Interval Arithmetic
Author : Hend Dawood
Publisher : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Release Date : 2011-10-07
ISBN 10 : 3846501549
Pages : 128 pages

Scientists are, all the time, in a struggle with uncertainty which is always a threat to a trustworthy scientific knowledge. A very simple and natural idea, to defeat uncertainty, is that of enclosing uncertain measured values in real closed intervals. On the basis of this idea, interval arithmetic is constructed. The idea of calculating with intervals is not completely new in mathematics: the concept has been known since Archimedes, who used guaranteed lower and upper bounds to compute his constant Pi. Interval arithmetic is now a broad field in which rigorous mathematics is associated with scientific computing. This connection makes it possible to solve uncertainty problems that cannot be efficiently solved by floating-point arithmetic. Today, application areas of interval methods include electrical engineering, control theory, remote sensing, experimental and computational physics, chaotic systems, celestial mechanics, signal processing, computer graphics, robotics, and computer-assisted proofs. The purpose of this book is to be a concise but informative introduction to the theories of interval arithmetic as well as to some of their computational and scientific applications. Editorial Reviews "This new book by Hend Dawood is a fresh introduction to some of the basics of interval computation. It stops short of discussing the more complicated subdivision methods for converging to ranges of values, however it provides a bit of perspective about complex interval arithmetic, constraint intervals, and modal intervals, and it does go into the design of hardware operations for interval arithmetic, which is something still to be done by computer manufacturers." - Ramon E. Moore, (The Founder of Interval Computations) Professor Emeritus of Computer and Information Science, Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, U.S.A. "A popular math-oriented introduction to interval computations and its applications. This short book contains an explanation of the need for interval computations, a brief history of interval computations, and main interval computation techniques. It also provides an impressive list of main practical applications of interval techniques." - Vladik Kreinovich, (International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems) Professor of Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas, U.S.A. "I am delighted to see one more Egyptian citizen re-entering the field of interval mathematics invented in this very country thousands years ago." - Marek W. Gutowski, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland

Computational Complexity and Feasibility of Data Processing and Interval Computations
Author : V. Kreinovich,A.V. Lakeyev,J. Rohn,P.T. Kahl
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-06-29
ISBN 10 : 1475727933
Pages : 459 pages

Targeted audience • Specialists in numerical computations, especially in numerical optimiza tion, who are interested in designing algorithms with automatie result ver ification, and who would therefore be interested in knowing how general their algorithms caIi in principle be. • Mathematicians and computer scientists who are interested in the theory 0/ computing and computational complexity, especially computational com plexity of numerical computations. • Students in applied mathematics and computer science who are interested in computational complexity of different numerical methods and in learning general techniques for estimating this computational complexity. The book is written with all explanations and definitions added, so that it can be used as a graduate level textbook. What this book .is about Data processing. In many real-life situations, we are interested in the value of a physical quantity y that is diflicult (or even impossible) to measure directly. For example, it is impossible to directly measure the amount of oil in an oil field or a distance to a star. Since we cannot measure such quantities directly, we measure them indirectly, by measuring some other quantities Xi and using the known relation between y and Xi'S to reconstruct y. The algorithm that transforms the results Xi of measuring Xi into an estimate fj for y is called data processing.

Scientific Computing, Validated Numerics, Interval Methods
Author : Walter Krämer,Jürgen Wolff von Gudenberg
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-04-17
ISBN 10 : 1475764847
Pages : 398 pages

Scan 2000, the GAMM - IMACS International Symposium on Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics and Interval 2000, the International Conference on Interval Methods in Science and Engineering were jointly held in Karlsruhe, September 19-22, 2000. The joint conference continued the series of 7 previous Scan-symposia under the joint sponsorship of GAMM and IMACS. These conferences have traditionally covered the numerical and algorithmic aspects of scientific computing, with a strong emphasis on validation and verification of computed results as well as on arithmetic, programming, and algorithmic tools for this purpose. The conference further continued the series of 4 former Interval conferences focusing on interval methods and their application in science and engineering. The objectives are to propagate current applications and research as well as to promote a greater understanding and increased awareness of the subject matters. The symposium was held in Karlsruhe the European cradle of interval arithmetic and self-validating numerics and attracted 193 researchers from 33 countries. 12 invited and 153 contributed talks were given. But not only the quantity was overwhelming we were deeply impressed by the emerging maturity of our discipline. There were many talks discussing a wide variety of serious applications stretching all parts of mathematical modelling. New efficient, publicly available or even commercial tools were proposed or presented, and also foundations of the theory of intervals and reliable computations were considerably strengthened.

Computational Intelligence for Multimedia Big Data on the Cloud with Engineering Applications
Author : Arun Kumar Sangaiah,Zhiyong Zhang,Michael Sheng
Publisher : Academic Press
Release Date : 2018-08-21
ISBN 10 : 0128133279
Pages : 362 pages

Computational Intelligence for Multimedia Big Data on the Cloud with Engineering Applications covers timely topics, including the neural network (NN), particle swarm optimization (PSO), evolutionary algorithm (GA), fuzzy sets (FS) and rough sets (RS), etc. Furthermore, the book highlights recent research on representative techniques to elaborate how a data-centric system formed a powerful platform for the processing of cloud hosted multimedia big data and how it could be analyzed, processed and characterized by CI. The book also provides a view on how techniques in CI can offer solutions in modeling, relationship pattern recognition, clustering and other problems in bioengineering. It is written for domain experts and developers who want to understand and explore the application of computational intelligence aspects (opportunities and challenges) for design and development of a data-centric system in the context of multimedia cloud, big data era and its related applications, such as smarter healthcare, homeland security, traffic control trading analysis and telecom, etc. Researchers and PhD students exploring the significance of data centric systems in the next paradigm of computing will find this book extremely useful. Presents a brief overview of computational intelligence paradigms and its significant role in application domains Illustrates the state-of-the-art and recent developments in the new theories and applications of CI approaches Familiarizes the reader with computational intelligence concepts and technologies that are successfully used in the implementation of cloud-centric multimedia services in massive data processing Provides new advances in the fields of CI for bio-engineering application

Numerical Methods in Engineering with MATLAB®
Author : Jaan Kiusalaas
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2005-08
ISBN 10 : 9780521852883
Pages : 426 pages

Numerical Methods in Engineering with MATLAB®, a student text, and a reference for practicing engineers.

Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2003
Author : T E Simos
Publisher : World Scientific
Release Date : 2003-08-26
ISBN 10 : 9814485098
Pages : 716 pages

In the past few decades, many significant insights have been gained into several areas of computational methods in sciences and engineering. New problems and methodologies have appeared in some areas of sciences and engineering. There is always a need in these fields for the advancement of information exchange. The aim of this book is to facilitate the sharing of ideas, problems and methodologies between computational scientists and engineers in several disciplines. Extended abstracts of papers on the recent advances regarding computational methods in sciences and engineering are provided. The book briefly describes new methods in numerical analysis, computational mathematics, computational and theoretical physics, computational and theoretical chemistry, computational biology, computational mechanics, computational engineering, computational medicine, high performance computing, etc. Contents:Components for Time Series Receiver Clock Offset in GPS Solutions (P Abad)Some Numerical Methods for Stiff Problems (J C Butcher)Bifurcation Phenomena in Molecular Vibrational Spectroscopy (S C Farantos)Simulations of Spart in Random Fields (D T Hristopoulos)Electric Properties of Substituted Diacetylenes (P Karamanis & G Maroulis)Data Mining and Cryptology (E C Laskari et al.)A Finite Element Approach for the Dirac Radial Equation (L A A Nikolopoulos)Constraint Based Web Mining (I Petrounias et al.)Axisymmetric Rigid Bodies in Creeping Flow (J Roumeliotis)The Impact of Graphics Calculator on Mathematics Education in Asia (C-Y Suen)On the Systematic Construction of Molecular Basis Sets (S Wilson)and other papers Readership: Researchers and graduate students in any discipline involving scientific computation. Keywords:Numerical Analysis;Computational Mathematics;Computational and Theoretical Physics;Computational Chemistry;Computational Biology;Computational Mechanics;Computational Engineering, Computational Medicine;High Performance Computing

Engineering Design Reliability Handbook
Author : Efstratios Nikolaidis,Dan M. Ghiocel,Suren Singhal
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2004-12-22
ISBN 10 : 0203483936
Pages : 1216 pages

Researchers in the engineering industry and academia are making important advances on reliability-based design and modeling of uncertainty when data is limited. Non deterministic approaches have enabled industries to save billions by reducing design and warranty costs and by improving quality. Considering the lack of comprehensive and defini