The continuous fields associated to the corpuscular systems

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The continuous fields associated to the corpuscular systems

Original title (in Romanian)

Campurile continue asociate sistemelor corpusculare

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C. Vamos
Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis, Romanian Academy

Contents

Ch. I  Derivation of Balance Equations
1. Continuous fields
2. Corpuscular systems
3. The derivation of the balance equations
4. Coarse-grained averages
5. The derivation of the Liouville equation

II. Applications of Balance Equations
6. The numerical modeling of diffusion
7. Granular flows
8. The continuous model of the lipidic bilayer
9. Financial hydrodynamics
10. The monotone trend estimation

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C. Vamos, The continuous fields associated to the corpuscular systems, Risoprint, 2007, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

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Continuous fields associated to corpuscular systems,

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Editura Risoprint, Cluj-Napoca

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ISBN 978-973-751-557-5

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