By Mohammad A. Rajabi, J. A. Rod Blais (auth.), Vassil N. Alexandrov, Jack J. Dongarra, Benjoe A. Juliano, René S. Renner, C. J. Kenneth Tan (eds.)
LNCS volumes 2073 and 2074 include the court cases of the foreign convention on Computational technological know-how, ICCS 2001, held in San Francisco, California, may perhaps 27-31, 2001. the 2 volumes encompass greater than 230 contributed and invited papers that mirror the goals of the convention to collect researchers and scientists from arithmetic and laptop technological know-how as uncomplicated computing disciplines, researchers from a number of software parts who're pioneering complicated software of computational how you can sciences resembling physics, chemistry, lifestyles sciences, and engineering, arts and humanitarian fields, in addition to software program builders and owners, to debate difficulties and strategies within the quarter, to spot new concerns, and to form destiny instructions for study, in addition to to aid commercial clients practice a number of complex computational techniques.
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Computational Science - ICCS 2001: International Conference San Francisco, CA, USA, May 28—30, 2001 Proceedings, Part II by Mohammad A. Rajabi, J. A. Rod Blais (auth.), Vassil N. Alexandrov, Jack J. Dongarra, Benjoe A. Juliano, René S. Renner, C. J. Kenneth Tan (eds.)