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The process of representing a continuum space with a finite set of points/elements
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a Python-based ecosystem of open-source software for mathematics, science, and engineering.
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Questions relating to graphing and displaying numerical data
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Questions about the theory and numerical algorithms for optimizing (minimizing or maximizing) nonlinear functions, possibly subject to equality and/or inequality constraints.
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High Performance Computing generally uses large arrays of computers connected in clusters or grids.
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Referring to optimization problems that consist only of linear constraints and a linear objective function.
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Also called numerical integration, quadrature refers to the approximation of an integral made by evaluating the integrand at a finite number of points.
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a general purpose programming language. Originally intended for implementing system software, C and its close relatives are the principle languages used in most modern operating systems. Due to i…
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a set of numerical methods for ordinary differential equations for the approximation of their solutions.
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Method for finding successively better approximations to the roots (or zeroes) of a real-valued function
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A method of representing numbers by a fixed number of significant digits, and the exponent of some base number. They are characterized in the form ${(significant digits)}*base^{exponent}$. Typi…
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a commonly used library of subroutines for numerical linear algebra tasks, including solutions of linear sets of equations, linear least squares, eigenvalue problems…
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Questions about solution methods of the Navier-Stokes equations, related physical constants and non-dimensional number. Also special methods to solve the equations including the assumptions and their …
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the fundamental package for scientific computing with Python.
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Hyperbolic partial differential equations describe wave behavior.
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The generation of a set of interconnected geometric objects that approximate a desired domain or region in euclidean space.
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Questions on Monte Carlo methods, methods that require the repeated generation of (pseudo-, quasi-)random numbers for computing their results.
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A collection of related programming functions implementing a set of abstract data types, mathematical functions, or other higher level analysis algorithms so that they may be used, and reused, by othe…
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Questions on the computational aspects of Fourier analysis, including the various applications of the fast Fourier transform (FFT).
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Referring to a time independent partial differential equation of the form $\nabla^2u=f$
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Machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, is the science of getting computer systems to meaningfully act without being explicitly programmed by human.
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Numerical methods and problems involving the solution of the Schrodinger equation and related subatomic models.
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The study of collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data.
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Message Passing Interface - a standard and highly portable parallel programming interface for distributed memory systems.
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Molecular dynamics simulations aim at solving the equations of motion of the atoms belonging to a molecular system using explicit time propagation and taking into account the effect of temperature on …
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Questions about the finite element method software FEniCS and its subpackages (Dolfin, UFL, FFC).
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Questions about analysis, implementation or application of Galerkin methods for partial differential equations using piecewise functions that are not globally continuous (and hence require surface ter…
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For questions regarding design and implementation of preconditioners for solving linear systems.
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Relating to the level of difficulty of a calculation or the asymptotic running time of an algorithm.