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         Differential Equations Activities:     more detail
  1. Epileptiform Activity in Differential Equation Models of Neuronal Networks (Berichte Aus Der Physik) by Christian Hauptmann, 2000-10-12
  2. Inverse Problems: Activities for Undergraduates (Classroom Resource Materials) by Charles W. Groetsch, 1999-12-02
  3. Computing the Electrical Activity in the Heart (Monographs in Computational Science and Engineering) by Joakim Sundnes, Glenn Terje Lines, et all 2010-11-02
  4. Computer Science Research Activities In Asia: Software Technology And Patents, Cim, Scientific Computation And Differential Equations, Computer And Mathmatics Modelling, And System Simulation by David K. Kahaner, 1993-09-30
  5. Stochastic estimation in combined arms Lanchester modeling of warfare (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  6. Methodology for stochastic modeling (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  7. Ready-To-Use Vocabulary, Word Attack & Comprehension Activities: Fifth Grade Reading Level (Reading Skills Activities Library) by Henriette L. Allen, Walter B. Barbe, et all 1999-09

81. Framed
Through some of its research activities, the Centre is strengthening its long establishedlinks with other Irish differential equations experts, the European
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82. Fields Institute - Scientific Programs 00-01 Partial Differential Equations
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND activities. March 20, 2003. Partial DifferentialEquations in Mathematical Physics April 1621, 2001.
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/00-01/differential_equations/
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
April 7, 2003 Home About Us Mathematics Education Calendar of Events ... Search
Partial Differential Equations in Mathematical Physics
April 16-21, 2001
Schedule Speaker Abstracts Participants Visitor Information Organizing Committee:
Walter Craig (McMaster University)
Catherine Sulem (University of Toronto) Overview:
This workshop will be focused on the theory of PDE and their applications to problems in mathematical physics and applied mathematics. The analysis of PDEs and their applications has grown to be an enormous and many-faceted discipline. It furthermore has had a direct impact on theoretical areas of other physical sciences, as well as engendering advances in fields of engineering and technological areas of industry. Our purpose is to provide for modes of cross-fertilization between a number of fields of PDE. This workshop is intended to bring together a prominent group of researchers in analysis, mathematical physics and applied mathematics, to present current work in their particular area of PDE, and to communicate the most important theoretical and applications oriented developments. The broad scope of the areas within PDE that are represented among the proposed participants and speakers is intended to create a spirit of exchange of information and ideas between specialized areas.

83. Stochastic Partial Differential Equations
Stochastic partial differential equations. September 27 October 02,2003. Organizers Martin Barlow (UBC), Krzysztof Burdzy (Univ.
http://www.pims.math.ca/birs/workshops/2003/03w5079/
Stochastic partial differential equations
September 27 - October 02, 2003
Organizers: Martin Barlow (UBC), Krzysztof Burdzy (Univ. Washington), Robert Dalang (Ecole Polytechnique Federale CH), Edwin Perkins (UBC)
Objectives
Confirmed Participants About BIRS Activities 2003 For Visitors ... Banff International Research Station
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84. Differential Invariants And Invariant Differential Equations
differential invariants and invariant differential equations. Kamran, N., Tenenblat,K., On differential equations describing pseudospherical surfaces, J. Diff.
http://www.pims.math.ca/birs/workshops/2003/03w5100/
Differential invariants and invariant differential equations
July 19 - 24, 2003
Organizers: Niky Kamran (McGill Univ.), Peter J. Olver (Univ. Minnesota)
Objectives
Our objective in this workshop is to bring together a selected group of geometers, group theorists and analysts who are currently active in the field of differential invariants and invariant differential equations, as well as some researchers more directly involved in applications, so as to create a unique opportunity for the exchange of ideas on open problems which are central in the field. On the geometric side, the timeliness of the proposed workshop is underscored by a newly established foundation for the method of moving frames, due to Fels and Olver ( see the references below ), which is a far-reaching and extraordinarily powerful generalization of the classical theory of Elie Cartan. This recent advance was inspired, on the one hand, by contemporary attempts to rigorize Cartan's methods, and, on the other, by the promise of significant applications in computer vision. It has made it possible to tackle important open problems such as the classification of differential invariants and invariant differential equations for a number of group actions of fundamental importance. The resulting theory and attendant computational algorithms go far beyond the geometrical contexts considered to date. Alvarez, L., Lions, P.L., Morel, J.M., Image selective smoothing and edge detection by nonlinear diffusion, SIAM J. Numer. Anal., 29 (1992) 845866

85. Mathematically Interesting Web Sites
Page; DiffEq Resource Center; IDEA Internet differential equationsActivities; Electronic Journal of differential equations; Electronic
http://math.boisestate.edu/~hausrath/math-sites.html
Mathematically Interesting Web Locations
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86. Differential Equations (Differentsial'nye Uravneniya). Äèôôåðåíöèàë
DIFFERENTSIAL'NYE URAVNENIYA (differential equations). Audience Mathematicians, Scientistsand Engineers dealing with differential equations in research work.
http://www.ac.by/publications/difur/
THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF BELARUS
The Academy's Publications: Scientific Journals
DIFFERENTSIAL'NYE URAVNENIYA
(Differential Equations)
Founders: Department of Mathematics and Department of Informatics, Computer Equipment and Automatization of the Russian Academy of Sciences Published with assistance of the Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Vladimir A. IL'IN Publishing monthly
Articles in Russian. Abstracts in Russian ISSN
Commenced publication January 1965 Associate Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Sergei K. KOROVIN
Associate Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Stanislav I. POKHOZHAYEV
Associate Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Tamara K. SHEMYAKINA (Ms.), Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Editorial Board: Vyatcheslav N. ABRASHIN Ivan V. GAISHUN , V.A. GALAKTIONOV, A.V. GULIN, Stanislav V. EMELJANOV , N.Kh. IBRAGIMOV, Nikolai A. IZOBOV , S.P. KURDYUMOV, Vladimir F. LAZUTKIN Ivan K. LIFANOV , Evgeny I. MOISEEV, Olga A. OLEINIK, Yurii S. OSIPOV

87. Student Expectations For Mat 271 ~ Ordinary Differential Equations
The instructor directs students through the activities, posting announcements, deliveringlecture materials, responding to questions, and grading assignments
http://learn.wisconsin.edu/colleges/mat271/page.asp?page=expectations

88. V. I. Burenkov: Research Activities
Applications of the theory of function spaces to partial differentialequations. hypoelliptic equations estimates of the derivatives
http://www.cf.ac.uk/maths/people/burresearch.html
Outline of research of Professor V. I. Burenkov
Main research interests in pure mathematics are connected with real analysis (functions of several variables), partial differential equations and integral equations. The main direction is theory of function spaces (Sobolev spaces, spaces with fractional order of smoothness and more general spaces of differentiable functions of several real variables) with applications to partial differential equations and integral equations. In applied mathematics investigations were carried out related to some problems in radiolocation, geophysics (in particular, oil search), acoustics (aimed to constructing medical equipment, e.g., litotripters), pattern recognition (aimed to applications to medicine) and quantum mechanics.
Pure Mathematics
Theory of function spaces
  • approximation by different classes of infinitely differentiable functions
    • method of approximation by mollifiers with variable step is worked out for arbitrary open set necessary and sufficient conditions are found for l times continuously differentiable function or a function from Sobolev space to be approximated with arbitrarily small error by infinitely differentiable functions with compact support it is proved that for every function f , defined on arbitrary open set, from a wide class of function spaces it is possible to construct an approximating sequence, consisting of infinitely differentiable functions which in some sense have the same boundary values as f for Sobolev spaces, in addition, the best possible estimates of growth of higher derivatives of approximating functions, when approaching to the boundary, are given
  • 89. CATHODE - 7213
    computerised toolkit (CATHODE) for analytically studying ordinary differential equationsthat scientists The activities of the group will provide an essential
    http://www.newcastle.research.ec.org/esp-syn/text/7213.html
    Computer Algebra Tools for Handling Ordinary Differential Equations
    CATHODE - 7213
    Work Area: Symbolic Computation Keywords computer algebra, ordinary differential equations, integrated set of tools Start Date: 1 September 92 / Duration: 36 months / Status: running participants contact Abstract CATHODE is studying the specification of fundamental descriptions of solutions of equations and primitive functions to develop, for the first time, an integrated set of tools, using computer algebra, for handling ordinary differential equations.
    Aims
    The objectives of the CATHODE Working Group are the study of the specification of a fundamental description of solutions of differential equations and the development, for the first time, of an integrated set of tools for handling ordinary differential equations (including a large library of programs) using computer algebra. The eventual aim of the partners is to develop computer algebra software that accepts a single ordinary differential equation or a system of such equations, and returns all analytic and quantitative information on its solutions which is available, utilising the complete existing literature of the last two centuries. Within this framework, a number of particular topics will be studied and new methods developed, in the areas of: the closed form solution of single linear and non-linear equations; the normal forms of systems of linear and non-linear equations; methods for studying bifurcation and other qualitative properties; the equivalance of apparently different equations and systems under transfrmations of variables; numerical evaluation; and graphical representation of the solutions.

    90. DFG Graduate College "Nonlinear Differential Equations"
    Graduate College. Nonlinear differential EquationsModelling, Theory, Numerics, Visualisation.
    http://www.mathematik.uni-freiburg.de/GRADKOLL/gradkoll_e.html
    Graduate College
    Nonlinear Differential Equations: Modelling, Theory, Numerics, Visualisation
    Overview:
    Non-linear differential equations play a fundamental role in the modelling of physical, chemical, and ecological processes and in the understanding of fundamental mathematical problems. The type and form of the differential equations which appear in the modelling of the above mentioned processes are often the same or similar. Modelling, theory and visualisation of such processes are tackled within the group using interdisciplinary techniques. Theoretical investigation of existence, uniqueness and the formation of singularities can give indications of an adequate or inadequate model. On the other hand, numerical simulations of theoretically justified models can give the theorist a graphical representation of the process, and so lead to new insights into the problem and possible directions that may be taken in analysing the model. From a practical point of view, a theoretically sound numerical simulation can often replace expensive experiments. A Doctor student in the graduate programme should obtain a solid training in theoretical models of physical processes, theoretical and numerical analysis of the model, and visualisation of the results procured through this analysis. The group receives regular visits from experts in their fields, who hold short courses during their stay. Travel expenses are available to members of the group who wish to visit other groups or persons for research purposes.

    91. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
    Make qualitative predictions on the behavior of some types of nonlineardifferential equations. VI. Instructional Methods and activities.
    http://www.tamucc.edu/~maa0176/s03/math5336/syll03.htm
    Division of Computing and Mathematical Sciences MATH 5336-001 Advanced Differential Equations
    Spring 2003
    I. Course Information
    TR 5:30-6:45pm CS 112
    Professor: Mufid Abudiab
    Office Phone:
    Office Address: CI 307 E-mail Address: maa0176@falcon.tamucc.edu Homepage: www.tamucc.edu/~maa0176 Office Hours: TR 10:45am-12pm, 2:15-3:30pm (Others by appointment) II. Course Description Differential Equations are used as models in different areas like Dynamics, Electric Circuits, Electromagnetic, Chemistry, Biology, and other areas. In this class, we will see the blind of linear algebra, calculus, and analysis. Also, we will explore the following topics: linear systems of differential equations, linear operators, non-linear systems (local and global) of differential equations, bifurcation theory, concepts necessary for non-linear differential equations like stability, Pioncare-Bendixon thereom, etc…, and variety of applications in different fields of study. III. Prerequisites for the Course MATH 3311(linear algebra), MATH 3315(differential equations) or Instructor’s Consent. IV. Text and Other Supplies Required

    92. Computer Algebra Tools For Handling Ordinary Differential Equations
    Computer Algebra Tools for Handling Ordinary differential equations.Abstract CATHODE is studying the specification of fundamental
    http://www-lmc.imag.fr/CATHODE/
    Computer Algebra Tools for Handling Ordinary Differential Equations
    Abstract:
    CATHODE is studying the specification of fundamental descriptions of solutions of equations and primitive functions to develop, for the first time, an integrated set of tools, using computer algebra, for handling ordinary differential equations. Evelyne.Tournier@imag.fr

    93. NVTB: Computing, Mathematics & Statistics Links
    Reports and Courses Online. differential equations (SOS Mathematics);SOS Mathematics A site for students and educators; MathPages
    http://www.bio.vu.nl/nvtb/Mathematics.html
    Computing, Mathematics, and Statistics
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    94. FMA012 Mathematics, Basic Course
    , Part 1 Functions. Limits. Differentialcalculus. Extreme. Optimisation. Complex numbers. Algebraic equations....... with later professional activities.
    http://www.ka.lth.se/kursplaner/english/CourseInfo.cfm?Code=FMA012

    95. Education.ti.com - Home
    TI's calculator division and the official site about TI calculators. Includes information about calculat Category Computers Hardware Calculators TI Graphing Calculators...... New ideas, activities, and programs to engage, inspire and motivate your students.professional development. T 3 – Teachers Teaching with Technology™.
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    96. Activities At The Mathematical Institute AS CR
    information activities at the Institute. cz . Scientific seminar on differentialequations Contact person Frantisek Neuman neuman@ipm.cz .
    http://www.math.cas.cz/activity.html
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    of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
    People ] [Activities] [ Research Positions Administration Documents ... Useful information
    Activities at the Institute
    Regular seminars
    Complexity seminar
    Contact person: Jiri Sgall sgall@math.cas.cz Continuation Seminar
    Contact person: Jan Krajicek krajicek@math.cas.cz Current problems in numerical analysis
    Contact person: Michal Krizek krizek@math.cas.cz Logic seminar
    Contact person: Jan Krajicek krajicek@math.cas.cz Mathematical theory of fluid mechanics
    Contact persons: Josef Malek malek@karlin.mff.cuni.cz Eduard Feireisl feireisl@math.cas.cz ... Scientific seminar on differential equations
    Contact person: Frantisek Neuman neuman@ipm.cz Seminar on bifurcations and interpretations in biology
    Contact person: Milan Kucera kucera@math.cas.cz Seminar on functional analysis

    Contact person: Vladimir Muller muller@math.cas.cz Seminar on differential equations and integration theory
    Contact person: Milan Tvrdy tvrdy@math.cas.cz

    97. Editorial Activities, J M Ball
    CURRENT EDITORIAL activities JOHN M BALL. Chief Editor (with RD James),Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis. Executive editor
    http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/~ball/epos.shtml
    CURRENT EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES
    JOHN M BALL
    Chief Editor (with R.D. James), Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis Executive editor Proceedings A, Royal Society of Edinburgh. Member of Editorial Boards of: Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata Interfaces and Free Boundary Problems Journal of Differential Equations Journal of Elasticity ... Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations Editor , Oxford Mathematical Monographs, Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and its Applications ( Oxford University Press Consulting Editor , World Scientific Series in Applied Analysis.
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    98. Yihong Du
    Yihong Du. Professional activities Appl. Diff. Integral Eqns. Advances in DifferentialEquations; Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, Series A; Bull.
    http://turing.une.edu.au/~ydu/prof.html
    Yihong Du
    Professional Activities:
    • Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews (American Mathematical Society).
    • Member of the Australian Math. Soc.
    • Referee for
      • SIAM Journal of Mathematical Analysis
      • Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.
      • Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.
      • Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh
      • Proc. London Math. Soc.
      • J. Math. Anal. Appl.
      • Diff. Integral Eqns.
      • Advances in Differential Equations
      • Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, Series A
      • Bull. Australian Mathematical Society
      • Abstract and Applied Analysis
      • Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
      • Acta Math. Sinica
      • Chinese Ann. Math.
    • Invited Talks and Seminars:

      • July, Tokyo Univ, Japan
        July, Hiroshima Univ, Japan
        July, Waseda Univ, Japan

      • July, The 38th annual conference of the Austr. Math. Soc., Armidale, Australia

      • Jan., Peking Univ, China
        Jan., Academia Sinica, China
        Jan., Beijing Institute of Technology, China

      • March, Macquarie Univ., Australia
        June, Heriot-Watt Univ, UK
        June, The Third Butler Memorial International Conference on Differential Equations and Population Biology, Edmonton, Canada Nov., Univ of Queensland, Australia.

    99. Scientific Fields Of Competences
    theory; control and system theory; stochastics; numerical mathematics and differentialequations; For information on activities in a specific scientific field
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    ERCIM member institutes are active in each of the fields listed below: This information base is still under construction and thus not complete or exhaustive. For information on activities in a specific scientific field within a member institute, follow the links below. For general information on ERCIM member institutes, see ERCIM member organizations ERCIM collaboration is also fostered by the ERCIM Working Groups algebra, analysis and geometry

    100. UT - Department Of Mathematics

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      ASA American Statistical Association. ASAA Austin Chapter of The American Statistical Association AMS American Mathematical Society. AWM Association for Women in Mathematics. CECM Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics. Charles A. Dana Center Promoting equity and excellence in Texas education The Geometry Center The Geometry Center is a mathematics research and education center at the University of Minnesota. IAS/PCMI The Institute for Advanced Study/Park City Mathematics Institute. A unique program which brings together the two components of the larger mathematics community: research and education. Internet Differential Equations Activities IDEA is Internet Differential Equations Activities, an interdisciplinary effort to provide students and teachers around the world with computer based activities for differential equations in a wide variety of disciplines. IDEA is sponsored by the National Science Foundation with a grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education. MAA The Mathematical Association of America.

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