Basics of mathematical modeling for science & engineering numerical data analysis: A non–mathematician’s perspective

Basics of mathematical modeling for science & engineering numerical data analysis: A non–mathematician’s perspective

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Mathematical modeling is an integral part of science and engineering to interpret the concepts or to simulate the processes through the principles of mathematics. It plays a vital role, from research and development to industrial process optimization, from basic to advanced fields of science, engineering and technology. Numerical data analysis refers the mathematical analysis of number based available experimental data points, for further interpretation as well as interpolation. This book outlines a basic introduction to mathematical modeling for numerical data analysis with a nona€“mathematiciana€™s viewpoint. It is presented in a simple style through example based approach without using advanced mathematical concepts in order to understand by the novices, who are not having enough mathematical background. It is a beginnera€™s guide for practicing scientists, engineers, bioa€“technologists, research scholars, medical professionals, statisticians, technical analysts, environmentalists and for those who are practicing the mathematical modeling for numerical data analysis. About the Author Dr. M Kanagasabapathy is having the current affiliation as Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Rajusa€™ College, affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University, Rajapalayam (TN) India. He had pursued the PhD from Central Electrochemical Research Institute, India. His area of research interests are applied numerical analysis as well as mathematical modeling for electrochemical processes and electrochemical biosensors. He is pursuing electrochemical simulation research works in association with National as well as International Research Institutes and Universities. He has written a technical book on batteries entitled, a€˜Electrochemical basics of rechargeable batteriesa€™. He is also the technical consultant for two electrochemical industries. Till date, he had published 17 research papers, in peera€“reviewed research journals and designed 21 computer simulation programs in MATLAB, Visual Studio and C languages for industrial process optimization. His computer programs were published as well as cross referenced in peer-reviewed research journals and indexed by renowned software publishers and international Universitiesa€™ web data bases.His area of research interests are applied numerical analysis as well as mathematical modeling for electrochemical processes and ... He has written a technical book on batteries entitled, a#39;Electrochemical basics of rechargeable batteriesa#39;. He is also the ... Till date, he had published 17 research papers, in peera€”reviewed research journals and designed 21 computer simulation programs in MATLAB, Visual Studio and C ... Pre ace Mathematical modeling is an integral part of science W ...


Title:Basics of mathematical modeling for science & engineering numerical data analysis: A non–mathematician’s perspective
Author: Dr. M Kanagasabapathy
Publisher:Tech-center, CreateSpace, USA - 2013-11-26
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