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a condition of stability of numerical discretization scheme for a time dependent PDE
a branch of mathematics that studies the discrete objects, the set (a combination, permutation, deployment and transfer of elements) and the relationship to t…
the process of transforming source code written by a programmer into an object code, generally into a binary form which is understandable to a machine.
Relating to the level of difficulty of a calculation or the asymptotic running time of an algorithm.
The branch of chemistry dealing with the use of mathematical models to solve problems in chemistry.
The study of efficient algorithms and data structures to solve various problems involving point sets, line segments, polygons, polyhedra, simplices, etc.
the study and implementation of numerical algorithms to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists.
an automatic extraction of information out of images. It includes methods for acquiring, processing, analyzing, and understanding images and high-dimensional data from t…
a finite element analysis software package for various engineering and physics applications, with special emphasis on coupled phenomena (multiphysics).
A popular krylov subspace method for solving linear systems of equations, particularly those that exhibit symmetric positive definiteness.
Questions about optimization problems subject to additional constraints.
Questions related to whether the sequence of iterates generated by an iterative method has one or more limit points, and if those limit points have the correct properties.
the outer boundary of the smallest convex set that encloses the point set entirely.
a special case of mathematical optimization where the feasible region is convex and the objective is to either minimize a convex function or maximize a concave function.
a parallel computing platform and programming model invented by NVIDIA. It enables dramatic increases in computing performance by harnessing the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU).