Emerging Frontiers in Nonlinear Science (Nonlinear Systems and Complexity #32) (Hardcover)

Emerging Frontiers in Nonlinear Science (Nonlinear Systems and Complexity #32) By Panayotis G. Kevrekidis (Editor), Jesús Cuevas-Maraver (Editor), Avadh Saxena (Editor) Cover Image
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This is book number 32 in the Nonlinear Systems and Complexity series.


This book explores the impact of nonlinearity on a broad range of areas, including time-honored fields such as biology, geometry, and topology, but also modern ones such as quantum mechanics, networks, metamaterials and artificial intelligence. The concept of nonlinearity is a universal feature in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, and is used to characterize systems whose behavior does not amount to a superposition of simple building blocks, but rather features complex and often chaotic patterns and phenomena. Each chapter of the book features a synopsis that not only recaps the recent progress in each field but also charts the challenges that lie ahead.

This interdisciplinary book presents contributions from a diverse group of experts from various fields to provide an overview of each field's past, present and future. It will appeal to both beginners and seasoned researchers in nonlinear science, numerous areas of physics (optics, quantum physics, biophysics), and applied mathematics (ODEs, PDEs, dynamical systems, machine learning) as well as engineering.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783030449919
ISBN-10: 3030449912
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: May 30th, 2020
Pages: 373
Language: English
Series: Nonlinear Systems and Complexity