T. Barth, M. Griebel, D. Keyes, R. Niemienen, D. Roose, and T. Schlick,
Springer Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
Springer Verlag, 1998-.
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This series covers monographs, lecture course material, graduate and undergraduate textbooks, and high-quality proceedings on topics from all subspecialities described by the term computational science and engineering. This includes theoretical aspects of scientific computing such as mathematical modeling, optimization methods, discretization techniques, multiscale approaches, fast solution algorithms, parallelization, and visualization methods as well as the application of these approaches throughout the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, earth sciences, and economics.