## Ergodic simulations of diffusion in random velocity fields

AbstractErgodic simulations aim at estimating ensemble average characteristics of diffusion in random fields from space averages. The traditional approach, based…

AbstractErgodic simulations aim at estimating ensemble average characteristics of diffusion in random fields from space averages. The traditional approach, based…

AbstractLong term Atlantic tropical storm activity is described by the time series of the yearly Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) Index…

AbstractTransport processes in heterogeneous media such as ionized plasmas, natural porous media, and turbulent atmosphere are often modeled as diffusion…

AbstractThe paper considers two static problems from capillarity. The first one consists in the determination of the surface of a…

AbstractFor transport in statistically homogeneous random velocity fields with properties that are routinely assumed in stochastic groundwater models, the one‐particle…

AbstractThe log returns of financial time series are usually modeled by means of the stationary GARCH(1,1) stochastic process or its…

AbstractA preliminary essential procedure in time series analysis is the separation of the deterministic component from the random one. If…

C. Vamoş, D. Vamoş, Eminescu. Viaţa unui om singular, Risoprint, Cluj-Napoca, 2008, 361 pp, ISBN 978-973-751-759-3 (in Romanian; English title: Eminescu. Life and…

Book summaryA self-consistent theory of stochastic modeling of groundwater systems is presented. Mathematical theory is illustrated and complemented by numerical methods and simulation codes. doi: http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15081-5 book on publisher website…

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Book summaryLocal convergence results on Newton-type methods for nonlinear systems of equations are studied. Solving of large linear systems by Krylov methods (GMRES, GMBACK, MINPERT) are also dealt with, as…

Read More AbstractBased on fixed point index, the paper develops a theory of existence, localization and multiplicity of solutions to first-order differential systems subject to linear nonlocal conditions. The main features concern…

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