Nonlinearity: Problems, Solutions and Applications. Volume 2

Ludmila A. Uvarova, Ph.D., Alexey B. Nadykto, Ph.D. and Anatoly V. Latyshev, Ph.D. (Editors)
Moscow State University of Technology, Moscow, Russian Federation

Series: Theoretical and Applied Mathematics
BISAC: MAT017000

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This book has two volumes and consists of forty-four chapters, which are divided into five sections: (i) Mathematical treatment of non-linear problems, including the differential equations, numerical methods, algorithms and solutions; (ii) theoretical and computational studies dedicated to the physics and chemistry of advanced materials, nanostructured and fractal systems; (iii) articles dedicated to non-linear processes in complex biological processes, systems and objects; (iv) theoretical and modeling studies of kinetics, dynamics and thermochemistry of micro-, meso- and macro-scale systems; and (v) multidisciplinary research focused on forecasting, control and management problems. (Imprint: Nova)

Section I. Advanced Materials, Nanostructured and Fractal Systems

Chapter 1. Methods of Calculation of Inner Electromagnetic Field of Small Disperse Particles With Composite Geometry
K.A. Budnyi (Department of Applied Mathematics, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 2. The Flow of Atoms from Slot-Hole Systems with a Random Slope Angle of the System Walls
L.V. Pletnev and G.M. Suslov (Department Of Mathematics Tver State Technical University, Tver, Russia)

Chapter 3. Postulate gThe Topology Maximum at the Energy Minimumh For Textural and Fractal-And-Scaling Processing Of Multidimensional Super Weak Signals Against a Background of Noises
A.A. Potapov (Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 4. Advances in Radiation Transfer Theory and the Dynamic Earth's Climate System
T. A. Sushkevich, S. A. Strelkov, S. V. Maksakova (Keldysh Institute Of Alied Mathematics Of Russian Academy Of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 5. Interaction of Nanoobjects with Nonlinear Systems and a Weak Electromagnetic Field
L.Yu. Vasilfeva, L.A. Uvarova, E.Yu. Romanova (Moscow State Academy of Water Transport, Moscow, Russian Federation)

Section II. Complex Biological Processes, Systems and Objects

Chapter 6. Sensitivity Analysis of a Mathematical Model of the ƒ 1-Adrenergic Signaling System in Mouse Ventricular Myocytes
M. Grinshpon and V.E. Bondarenko (Department of Mathematics and Statistics and Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA)

Chapter 7. Simulation of Air-Methane Mixture Ignition and Combustion in the Micro-Burner with a Preheated Dividing Wall
A. Krainov, Leonid L. Minkov and K. Moiseeva (Faculty Of Physics And Engineering, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia)

Chapter 8. PH Regulation of the Hydrogen-Generating Microalgae Photosynthetic Chain: Kinetic and Multiparticle Brownian Models
G.Yu. Riznichenko, T.Yu. Plyusnina, A.N. Diakonova, I.B. Kovalenko, S.S. Khruschev and A.B. Rubin (Biophysics Department, Faculty Of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)

Section III. Forecasting, Control And Management Problems

Chapter 9. Synthesis, Stability Analysis and Computer Research of a Nondeterministic Population Model with Competition and Mutualism
A. Demidova, O. Druzhinina and O. Masina (Federal Research Center (Computer Science and Control) of Russian Academy Of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 10. The Process of Engineering, Technological Tasks Performance Modeling and Restructuring
O.V. Novoselova, G.D. Volkova and Y.M. Solomentsev (Department, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 11. Markov Models for Free-Rider Problem Analyses
O.E.Pyrkina and A.Yu. Udanov (Department Of Data Analyses, Decision Making and Finance Technologies, Financial University under the Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 12. Role of Information in Functioning of Self-Organizing Systems
E.Yu. Romanova (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education, Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver, Russian Federation)

Chapter 13. Modelling of Life Cycle Processes of Automated Systems
T.B. Tyurbeeva, G.D. Volkova and O.G. Grigoriev (Department of Information Technologies and Computing Systems, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 14. Financial Modeling with Pair-Copula Constructions
E. Shchetinin (Applied Mathematics Department, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 15. Cognitive Technologies for the Creation of Automated Systems
G.D. Volkova and Y.M. Solomentsev (Department of Information Technologies and Computing Systems, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 16. A Performance and Efficiency Prediction Method for Multiprocessor Environment
S.A. Stepanenko (Federal State Unitary Enterprise, Russian Federal Nuclear Center, All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics Nizhny Novgorod Region, Sarov, Russia)

Chapter 17. Structural Decomposition of Hybrid Processor Elements and Computation Balancing
S.A. Stepanenko (Federal State Unitary Enterprise, Russian Federal Nuclear Center, All-Russian Research Institute Of Experimental Physics Nizhny Novgorod Region, Sarov, Russia)

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