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Computational Ocean Acoustics

Jensen, F.B., Kuperman, W.A., Porter, M.B., Schmidt, H.

First edition originally published by the American Institute of Physics, 1994

2nd ed. 2011, XVIII, 794p. 299 illus., 217 illus. in color.

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From the reviews of the second edition:

“Book concisely sums up the progress made in computational ocean acoustics over the last thirty years, emphasizing the latest modern numerical techniques for solving the wave equation in heterogeneous fluid-solid media. The authors discuss in detail various computational schemes, highlighting the importance of theoretical foundations that lead directly to numerical implementations for real ocean environments. The book provides various numerical methods and theoretical foundations for solving wave equations in 2D and even 3D varying environments that the reader may find useful as a reference tool.” (Qian Zuwen, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1234, 2012)

 

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