Cambridge University Press по журналам "European Journal of Applied Mathematics"
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(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20101001)Decades of research demonstrate that crime is concentrated at a range of spatial scales. Such findings have clear implications for crime forecasting and police resource allocation models. More recent work has also shown ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20101001)Decades of research demonstrate that crime is concentrated at a range of spatial scales. Such findings have clear implications for crime forecasting and police resource allocation models. More recent work has also shown ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20101001)We review the Short model of urban residential burglary derived from taking the continuum limit of two difference equations – one of which models the attractiveness of individual houses to burglary, and the other of which ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20101001)We review the Short model of urban residential burglary derived from taking the continuum limit of two difference equations – one of which models the attractiveness of individual houses to burglary, and the other of which ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19951201)Ovsiannikov's method of partially invariant solutions of differential equations can be considered to be a special case of the method of differential constraints introduced by Yanenko and by Olver and Rosenau. Differential ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19950601)A onedimensional free boundary problem arising in the modelling of internal oxidation of binary alloys is studied in this paper. The free boundary of this problem is determined by the equation u = 0, where u is the solution ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19930301)We consider the behaviour of the interface (free boundary) between fresh and salt water in a porous medium (a reservoir). The salt water is below the interface (with respect to the direction of gravity) and is stagnant. ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20070801)We generalise the notion of fractal interpolation functions (FIFs) to allow data sets of the form $$\{(x_{1,i_1},x_{2,i_2},\ldots,x_{n,i_n},z_{i_1,i_2,\ldots,i_n}); i_k=0,1,\ldots,N_k,\;k=1,2,\ldots,n\} \subset I\times\R,$$ where ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19930601)Linear Fredholm operators (J, k) of the form u(x, t) = (J, k) v (x, t) ≡ J(t) v (x, t)+ k(t, s) v (x, s)ds can be found which map solutions v of the linear matrix system of n partial differential equations ∂u/∂t = DLv + ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19950401)A model for superconductors coexisting with normal materials is presented. The model, which applies to such situations as superconductors containing normal impurities and superconductor/normal material junctions, is based ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19911201)We present several algorithms, executable in a finite number of steps, which have been implemented in the symbolic language maple. The standard form algorithm reduces a system of PDEs to a simplified standard form which ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19931201)A mathematical model for the hydrodynamic flow and fibre deflections in a wetspinning process is presented. The model is characterized by two parameters: α which is a characteristic ratio of the hydrodynamic force to the ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19941201)A mathematical model is presented for the washing of a band, or tow, of fibres which is pulled past a submerged obstacle. A lubrication flow between the obstacle and the tow is coupled to a flow through the tow, which is ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19950201)In Part I of this paper (Terrill & ByattSmith, 1993) the problem of the flow between an obstacle in the form of a wedge and a porous flexible tow was modelled using lubrication theory. In the region close to the wedge ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100601)A mathematical model of the development of an oil and gas field is presented. The field development process is treated as sequential in nature. Completion of a well and its production are considered to be random processes. ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100601)A mathematical model of the development of an oil and gas field is presented. The field development process is treated as sequential in nature. Completion of a well and its production are considered to be random processes. ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19930901)It is shown that the influence of microstructure in the damage accumulation process leads to a nonlinear diffusion effect, with a strongly stressdependent diffusion coefficient. A nonlinear parabolic equation with a source ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 19960401)A meanfield model for the motion of rectilinear vortices in the mixed state of a typeII superconductor is formulated. Steadystate solutions for some simple geometries are examined, and a local existence result is proved ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110401)In this paper we study the probability density function solutions to a secondorder pantograph equation with a linear dispersion term. The functional equation comes from a cell growth model based on the Fokker–Planck ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110401)In this paper we study the probability density function solutions to a secondorder pantograph equation with a linear dispersion term. The functional equation comes from a cell growth model based on the Fokker–Planck ...
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