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The purpose of this mathematically oriented presentation is to show a specific series of settings in materials science, and more precisely multi-scale materials science, where mathematics plays a role in the modeling and thus in the understanding and numerical approximation of defects.
This article is about a class of special functions that cannot be expressed in terms of classical elementary functions. Nevertheless, they arise in a wide range of applications and have surprisingly rich mathematical properties. In this article, we describe some of these properties.
In this paper our goal is to provide a characterization of telecom systems with respect to reliability and to present a few case studies to illustrate the types of mathematical modeling and analyses that are done in an industrial setting in the process of building a reliable telecom system.
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AMS President Jill Pipher to Congress: "No Longer Secure: Cryptography in the Quantum Era"
Probabilistic Inference for Trust
"Creative Mathematician" Transforms Student Errors into "Sartorial Celebration"
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