Lectures in Applied Mathematics and Informatics
A collection of selected lectures in applied mathematics, delivered by visiting professors within the Research Doctorate Programme in Applied Mathematics and Informatics at the University of Naples. Each lecture is a self-contained chapter focusing on the latest issues in applied mathematics and informatics. Emphasis is placed on computational aspects but very recent findings are discussed without excessive technical jargon.
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Rational and recognizable languages Jean Enric Pin
On generalized entropies with applications
On the spatial distributions of dispersing animals
Diffusion processes and firstpassagetime problems
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