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  1. Stochastic Control of Hereditary Systems and Applications (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) by Mou-Hsiung Chang, 2008-01-23
  2. A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling by Jon Holt, 2005-09-26
  3. Optimization Modelling: A Practical Approach by Ruhul Amin Sarker, Charles S. Newton, 2007-10-15
  4. Stochastic Ordinary and Stochastic Partial Differential Equations: Transition from Microscopic to Macroscopic Equations (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) by Peter Kotelenez, 2007-12-17
  5. Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger (Modelling Manuals)
  6. Business Processes : Modelling and Analysis for Re-Engineering and Improvement by Martyn A. Ould, 1995-06
  7. Mastering Risk Modelling: A Practical Guide to Modelling Uncertainty with Excel by Alastair Day, 2004-01-08
  8. Modelling Panzer Crewmen of the Heer (Osprey Modelling) by Mark Bannerman, 2006-09-26
  9. Modelling Ships in Bottles by Jack Needham, 1985-02-18
  10. System Dynamics Modelling: A Practical Approach by R.G. Coyle, 1996-05-01
  11. Cottage Modelling for Pendon by Chris Pilton, 1987-12-31
  12. Modelling Binary Data, Second Edition (Texts in Statistical Science Series) by David Collett, 2002-09-25
  13. Empirical Finance: Modelling and Analysis of Emerging Financial and Stock Markets (Contributions to Economics) by Sardar M.N. Islam, Sethapong Watanapalachaikul, 2004-10-15
  14. Molecular Modelling for Beginners by Alan Hinchliffe, 2003-09-26

121. Russian Journal Of Numerical Analysis And Mathematical Modelling
Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical modelling. From Volume 18 (2003) available online! Editorin-Chief GI Marchuk.
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Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling
From Volume 18 (2003) available online! Editor-in-Chief:
G.I. Marchuk Managing Editor:

Yu.A. Kuznetsov
Associate Editors:
V.I. Agoshkov, N.S. Bakhvalov, V.P. Dymnikov, G.M. Kobelkov, V.I. Lebedev, G.A. Mikhailov, S.I. Repin, V.V. Shaidurov, Yu.I. Shokin, V.V. Voevodin The journal, published bimonthly, provides English translations of selected new original Russian papers on the theoretical aspects of numerical analysis and the application of mathematical methods to simulation and modelling. The editorial board, consisting of the most prominent Russian scientists in numerical analysis and mathematical modelling, select papers on the basis of their high scientific standard, innovative approach and topical interest. Papers are published in the following areas: Numerical Analysis
  • numerical linear algebra
  • numerical interpolation and smoothing
  • numerical integration
  • finite difference and finite element methods
  • iterative processes for partial differential problems
  • Monte-Carlo methods
Mathematical Modelling (sphere of application)
  • geophysical hydrodynamics
  • immunology and medicine
  • electromagnetic fields
  • quantum mechanics
  • elasticity and plasticity.

122. Coastal Environment 2002 - Conference On Environmental Problems In Coastal Regio
Coastal Environment 2002 will address the subjects of monitoring, analysis, and modelling of coastal regions including, air and ground phenomena. Organised by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK.
Wessex Institute of Technology - Linking Academia with Industry Post Conference Report Conferences Home Coastal Environment 2002 Fourth International Conference on Environmental Problems in Coastal Regions
16 - 18 September 2002
Rhodes, Greece

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Next meeting Coastal Environment 2004
Organised by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK, Sponsored by ASCE UK International Group The fourth International Conference on Environmental Problems in Coastal Regions was recently held in Rhodes, Greece, organised by the Wessex Institute of Technology. The Meeting was opened by the Chairman, Professor Carlos Brebbia, who is also Editor of the Conference book. Carlos started by pointing out that many coastal regions suffer severe contamination problems associated with the over exploitation of their natural resources. Typical among them are air and water pollution, as well as contamination of the soil and deterioration of the underground water resources. Problems unique to those regions are erosion and drift which, in many cases, are changing the local morphology and have serious consequences in terms of business and leisure activities.

123. Modelling Planets
modelling fake planets. Written by Paul Bourke October 2000. The following describes a method of creating realistic looking planetary models.
Modelling fake planets
Written by Paul Bourke October 2000 The following describes a method of creating realistic looking planetary models. The technique has been known for some time and is both an elegant and non-intuitive way of creating such fractal surfaces. The exact approach chosen here was to enable the models to be used in a variety of rendering packages, as such it is based upon facet approximations to a sphere. The same approach can readily be modified to deal with other data structures. The basic approach is as follows: start is a sphere, on each iteration choose a random vector, let this define a plane passing through the center of the sphere, increase the elevation of all points on one side by some small amount, decrease the elevation of all points on the other side by the same small amount, .... , repeat lots of times. In terms of the implementation, the test for whether a point on the surface is on one side of the plane or the other just involves a dot product between the unit vector to the point on the surface and the unit normal. Note also that since the vector to the points on the surface doesn't change, the heights can be accumulated and the actual points transformed at the end of the iterative process. The sequence is illustrated below.

124. BBNB Home Page
Canadian store specializing in AFV model accessories and parts, as well as stocking a wide selection of other modelling and collectable accessories, scenic items and figurines.
The Barrel Store strives to provide a diverse line of quality aftermarket products to meet all of your 1/35 scale AFV modeling needs... Royal Model, Collectors Brass, Aber, Modelkasten, AFV Club, HKCW, RHPS, Tank Workshop, Ultracast, Moskit, Real Models, Karaya, Archer Transfers, Verlinden, Warriors, Pro Art Models, Eduard, Armo, Friulmodel, Armour Track Models, Legend Productions, Aires, CMK, Model Point, Brass Barrels, Barrel Depot, Model Victoria, Atak Zimmerit, Alpha Image, Blast, Armo, Brach, and MIG Productions. The 'Chute Shop strives to provide a diverse line of quality aftermarket products to meet all of your 1/48 scale Aircraft modeling needs... Ultracast, Moskit, Model Point, Verlinden, Part, Legend Productions, Aires, and CMK . COMING SOON The Image Depot strives to provide a diverse line of quality military and non-military prints from well known and lesser known illustrators/artists/designers. All prices are listed in Canadian Dollars.

125. Centre For Polar Observation & Modelling (CPOM)
Based in London, Bristol and Cambridge, the Centre researches and studies processes at the Earth's

126. Climate And Global Dynamics Division Home Page
The National Center for Atmospheric Research's division devoted to climate modelling. Provide newsletters and an overview of their research.
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Geophysical Statistics Project
Climate Dynamics and Predictability
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Oceanography The CCSM is a fully-coupled, global climate model. Provides CGD's computing technologies. Climate-related data sets: CAS Data Catalog CCSM VEMAP , and ACACIA A consolidated listing of software resources throughout CGD. Annual Scientific Reports compiled for NSF, including publications from Division members. 1998 Strategic Plan CGD Seminar Series, Biogeochemistry Series, NCAR Summer Colloquia and more! For scientific visitors. Information about lodging, maps and transportation. What's new at CGD: CGD Safety Page Access restricted:. ARG guidelines; newsletters, and more

127. LMSC&LPAI Web Pages - Welcome!
Laboratory of modelling, Simulation and Control Laboratory of Process Automation and Informatisation.
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128. Zhu, Song Chun
Vision and graphics, statistical modelling and computing, neural computation.

129. UGAMP - UK Universities Global Atmospheric Modelling Programme
Access to the old UGAMP website is available here while the new website is being developed. UGAMP director Prof. Julia Slingo NCAS
UGAMP services UGAMP affiliated centres Annual newsletter Annual Conference, Oxford, Sept 2004 Research forum Modelling advice and support: CGAM ACMSU Model training Access to data ... AOPP Access to the old UGAMP website is available here while the new website is being developed. UGAMP Coordinator: Prof. Julia Slingo
NCAS/CGAM University of Reading
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130. London South Bank University - Faculty Of Business, Computing & Information Mana
School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics. Research groups and centres Centre for Applied Formal Methods (CAFM); Centre for Concurrent Systems and Very Large Scale Integration (CCSV); Centre for Information and Organisation Studies (CIOS); Centre for Interactive Systems Engineering (CISE); Centre for Multimedia (CFM); Centre for Systems and Software Engineering (CSSE); Evolutionary Computing Group; Human Memory Group; Information Management and modelling Group (IMMaGe); KnowledgeBased Systems Centre (KBSC); Natural Language Processing Group; Social and Human Aspects of Information Systems Management (SHAISM); Visualisation and Graphics Research Group.
University League Tables 2004
This year we were ranked...
33rd out of 109 in Computer Science The Guardian.
What BCIM researchers get up to in the summer months...
DTI highlights the activities of BCIM researchers... BCIM Professor is recognised as international research leader... More news stories... Search for:

131. British Nn3 Modelling
About This Site. Basic Information. Special Features. A warm welcome to both new and previous visitors. If you have any comments, contributions
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A warm welcome to both new and previous visitors. If you have any comments, contributions, questions or criticisms, then please send me an e-mail or view/post a comment Mark Fielder To do a keyword search on this site, enter your search text here:

132. Ko³o Naukowe Modelowania Finansowego
AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland. Monthly meetings in cooperation with the PRMIA Chapter in Crakow.
Ko³o Naukowe Modelowania Finansowego
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Students' Society of Financial Modelling
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133. Knowledge Modelling

134. Silisosige Entertainments
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135. Advanced Computational Modelling Centre (ACMC)
Advanced Computational modelling Centre. The Advanced Computational modelling Centre (ACMC) located at the University of Queensland
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Advanced Computational Modelling Centre

The Advanced Computational Modelling Centre (ACMC) located at the University of Queensland has been created to foster interaction between science and industry in the use of advanced technologies such as high performance computers (HPC), scientific visualisation of complex data sets, advanced informatics, computer simulation and modelling, and parallel numerical algorithms. ACMC Home About ACMC People Research ... Feedback Advanced Computational Modelling Centre
The University of Queensland
Brisbane, Queensland 4072 Australia
Phone: +61 (7) 3365 6127
Fax: +61 (7) 3365 6136
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Authorised by: Director of ACMC
Modified: 14 April 2000

136. Musket Miniatures
Carries a wide range of 10 to 54mm miniatures, both for the wargamer and the collector, along with accessories, scenic pieces and modelling tools.

137. Meaning Modelling Lab

138. IWSM Web Information
The International Workshop on Statistical modelling (IWSM) aims to bring together researchers and all those interested in the development and applications of generalised linear models and, moreover, statistical modelling in its widest sense. Odense, Denmark; 26 July 2001.
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139. ERCIM Working Group Environmental Modelling
ERCIM Working Group Environmental modelling. 1 June 1999 Start of DECAIR, the joint project of the ERCIM Working Group Environmental modelling;
ERCIM Working Group Environmental Modelling
The Working Group Environmental Modelling has been established to promote the cooperation and the research activities of groups working in the field of environmental modelling and simulation at ERCIM institutes.

140. Landscape Ecology Research Group - Home
In School of Resource and Environmental Management. Research topics include forest ecology (disturbances, modelling), landscape ecology (ecotone, edge detection, fragmentation, scalingup, wildlife-habitat relationship), and spatial statistics.
The Landscape Ecology Laboratory has moved. Please visit OUR NEW WEB PAGE
Le Laboratoire d'Écologie du Paysage a déménagé. Veuillez visiter NOTRE NOUVELLE PAGE WEB
This site was last revised: August 27th, 2001
Original implementation by Daniel Ricard
Maintain by Mathieu Philibert

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