Catastrophe Theory

Catastrophe Theory Book Details:

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN-13 : 9783540548119

Page : 174 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 119 voters

The new edition of this non-mathematical review of catastrophe theory contains updated results and many new or expanded topics including delayed loss of stability, shock waves, and interior scattering. Three new sections offer the history of singularity and its applications from da Vinci to today, a discussion of perestroika in terms of the theory of metamorphosis, and a list of 93 problems touching on most of the subject matter in the book.

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