Dynamics deals with phenomena that varies over time. Dynamical systems are found in many areas of science, ranging from Engineering to Life Sciences. These systems can, in a great variety of cases, be described by Difference Equations or (Ordinary or Partial) Differential Equations. Analytical and numerical methods are essential tools in the analysis of dynamical systems. Application is understood to include modeling, simulation of realistic systems, and corroboration of theory with emphasis on demonstrated practicality.Read more about Special issue “On Dynamics, Control and Applications to Engineering and Life Science”
MESA is a transdisciplinary international journal which will publish technical and more informal communications directed to a large readership, as well as papers that demonstrate mathematical interaction between various disciplines on engineering, aerospace and all areas of sciences.
Research papers, expository and survey papers of high quality are considered from any discipline. In submitting the papers, authors must guarantee that the papers have not been submitted simultaneously to other journals/publications.
Editors in Chief: S. Sivasundaram, Stefan Balint
ISSN: 2041-3165 (print) 2041-3173 (online)
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