'Les fleurs du mal': an adaptive wavelet-based method of arbitrary lines for problems with thin layers and moving fronts

Ren, X. and Xanthis, L. 2003. 'Les fleurs du mal': an adaptive wavelet-based method of arbitrary lines for problems with thin layers and moving fronts. HERMIS: the International Journal of Computer Mathematics and its Applications. 4.

Title'Les fleurs du mal': an adaptive wavelet-based method of arbitrary lines for problems with thin layers and moving fronts
AuthorsRen, X. and Xanthis, L.
JournalHERMIS: the International Journal of Computer Mathematics and its Applications
Journal citation4
ISSN1108-7609
Year2003
Publication dates
Published2003

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