About this book series

The mathematization of all sciences, the fading of traditional scientific boundaries, the impact of computer technology, the growing importance of computer modelling and the necessity of scientific planning all create the need both in education and research for books that are introductory to and abreast of these developments. The aim of this series is to provide such textbooks in applied mathematics for the student scientist. Books should be well illustrated and have clear exposition and sound pedagogy. Large number of examples and exercises at varying levels are recommended. TAM publishes textbooks suitable for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate courses, and complements the Applied Mathematical Sciences (AMS) series, which focuses on advanced textbooks and research-level monographs.

Electronic ISSN
2196-9949
Print ISSN
0939-2475
Editor-in-Chief
  • A. Bloch,
  • Charles L. Epstein,
  • Alain Goriely,
  • L. Greengard
Series Editor
  • J. Bell,
  • R. Kohn,
  • P. Newton,
  • Charles Peskin,
  • R. Pego,
  • L. Ryzhik,
  • Amit Singer,
  • Angela Stevens,
  • A. Stuart,
  • T. Witelski,
  • S. Wright

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. zbMATH