Peep Miidla

University of Tartu Estonia

Born on June 11, 1951 in Tartu, Estonia. Education, PhD and current employer – University of Tartu. Position: Associate Professor of Differential and Integral Equations at the University of Tartu, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Institute of Mathematics. Administrative and organisational responsibilities: Estonian Operational Research Society, member of the Board; Member of ECMI Educational Committee; member of Estonian Mathematical Society; former vice-dean of the Mathematical Faculty of the University of Tartu; editorial boards of several journals, member of different conferences organizing committees. Scientific interests: Mathematical Modelling, Numerical Methods, Differential Equations, Data Envelopment Analysis, GPS Tomography. Teaching: Differental Equations, Optimization, Models of Industrial Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Modelling of Navigation Systems. Over 70 scientific publications. Current project: „Models of applied mathematics and mechanics“.

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This book demonstrates applications and case studies performed by experts for professionals and students in the field of technology, engineering, materials, decision making management and other industries in which mathematical modelling plays a role. Each chapter discusses an example and these are ranging from well-known standards to novelty applications. Models are developed and analysed in details, authors carefully consider the procedure for constructing a mathematical replacement of phenomenon under consideration. For most of the cases this leads to the partial differential equations, for the solution of which numerical methods are necessary to use. The term Model is mainly understood as an ensemble of equations which describe the variables and interrelations of a physical system or process. Developments in computer technology and related software have provided numerous tools of increasing power for specialists in mathematical modelling. One finds a variety of these used to obtain the numerical results of the book.

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