Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications. Subject Index, Volume 1, 2012

Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications (2012)

  • Volume: 1, page 188-188
  • ISSN: 2299-3290

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Bayesian statistical modeling, 172–186 BG method, 80–92 CdSe nanostructures, 172–186 Coulomb effects, 23–37 Digital ferromagnetic heterostructure, 1–22 Disease diagnosis and medicine, 143–171 Effective thermal conductivity, 112–142 Electronic structure, 58–79 Fast algorithms, 48–57 Generalized linear models, 172–186 Half metals, 1–22 Hole doping, 1–22 Inverse problems, 80–92 Ion channel biosensors, 143–171 Jacobi-Davidson method, 58–79 Markov Chain Monte Carlo, 172–186 Memristance, 48–57 Molecular adhesion, 80–92 Molecular Dynamics, 143–171 Multinomial, 172–186 Nanoelectronics, 48–57 Nanoindentation, 80–92 Nanomechanics, 80–92 Nanosystems, 112–142 Nanosystems cooling, 38–47 Nanowires, 23–37 Non-Fourier theory, 38–47 Nonlinear eigenproblems, 58–79 Nonlinear eigenvalue problems, 48–57 Nonlocal effects, 38–47 Nonlocal heat transport, 112–142 Numerical optimization, 93–111 Optimal control theory, 93–111 Phonon hydrodynamics, 112–142 Phonon-wall collisions, 112–142 Poisson-Nernst-Planck, 143–171 Predictive analysis and control, 172–186 Quantum dots, 58–79 Quantum models, 58–79 Quantum systems, 93–111 Schrödinger equation, 93–111 Soft polymers and biological materials, 80–92 Spin currents, 23–37 Spin-orbit interaction, 23–37 Spintronics, 1–22 Stochastic dynamics, 143–171 Trilayers, 1–22

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"Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications. Subject Index, Volume 1, 2012." Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications 1 (2012): 188-188. <http://eudml.org/doc/266891>.

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