Posted by **tot167** at Nov. 15, 2007

World Scientific Publishing Company; 1st edition (March 15, 2002) | ISBN:9810246706 | 300 pages | Djvu | 1,3 Mb

Posted by **insetes** at Oct. 25, 2017

2015 | 124 Pages | ISBN: 3319201271 | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **arundhati** at June 25, 2017

2017 | ISBN-10: 0198743041 | 272 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Jan. 28, 2017

Published: 2015-06-25 | ISBN: 3319201271 | PDF | 116 pages | 1.83 MB

Posted by **bookwyrm** at Dec. 3, 2015

2015 | 124 Pages | ISBN: 3319201271 | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at May 12, 2015

Published: 2007-12-17 | ISBN: 0521876761 | PDF | 508 pages | 1.88 MB

Posted by **harrry** at June 20, 2009

Springer | 2004/7/12 | ISBN: 3540219447 | 128 pages | PDF | ~ 1 mb

New variational methods by Aubry, Mather, and Mane, discovered in the last twenty years, gave deep insight into the dynamics of convex Lagrangian systems. This book shows how this Principle of Least Action appears in a variety of settings (billiards, length spectrum, Hofer geometry, modern symplectic geometry). Thus, topics from modern dynamical systems and modern symplectic geometry are linked in a new and sometimes surprising way. The central object is Matherâ€™s minimal action functional. The level is for graduate students onwards, but also for researchers in any of the subjects touched in the book.

Posted by **hill0** at Jan. 20, 2017

English | 21 Feb. 2017 | ISBN: 9811034516 | 198 Pages | PDF | 3.48 MB

This book collects the theoretical derivation of a recently presented general variational macroscopic continuum theory of multiphase poroelasticity (VMTPM), together with its applications to consolidation and stress partitioning problems of interest in several applicative engineering contexts, such as in geomechanics and biomechanics.

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at Feb. 19, 2015

Springer | Robotics & Automation, Applied & Pure Mathematics, Calculus | Feb. 5 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319147552 | 135 pages | pdf | 3.01 mb

This brief presents a general unifying perspective on the fractional calculus. It brings together results of several recent approaches in generalizing the least action principle and the Eulerâ€“Lagrange equations to include fractional derivatives.

Posted by **Pulitzer** at Dec. 14, 2017