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The presentation in this article focuses on two basic models of obstacle problems. Its purpose is to give a bird’s-eye view of the topic, and of the new mathematical tools and ideas whose developments it has fostered.
With the increase of computational power and further advances in mathematical theories, computational conformal geometry emerges as an interdisciplinary field, bridging mathematics and computer science. This article focuses on the authors’ contributions to the field.
Over the past decade or so, research on modeling sea ice and its role in Earth’s climate system has blossomed, with fundamental contributions from many areas of applied and computational mathematics. This article reports on significant recent advances in sea ice modeling.
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