Computational Acoustics: Ocean-acoustic Models and Supercomputing 2nd, v. 1: Symposium Proceedings

 
9780444887207: Computational Acoustics: Ocean-acoustic Models and Supercomputing 2nd, v. 1: Symposium Proceedings
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This 3-volume set contains contributions from different areas of Computational Acoustics. Covered are: - computational methods to solve acoustics problems (including aero-acoustics, seismo-acoustics, and ocean-acoustics) and, in general, wave propagation problems - computational aspects of the interface between aero-, seismo- and ocean-acoustics - new solution techniques that have been made possible with the advent of new computer architectures such as parallel computers, super (pipeline) computers, hypercubes, etc.

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