Hospitals and clinics currently use two types of computed tomography (CT) scanners: conventional CT and cone beam CT.
Following SIAM’s recent elections, we are pleased to announce our new Officers and Board and Council Members.
The SIAM Education Committee has been working to relaunch and revitalize the SIAM Visiting Lecturer (VLP) Program.
This Dear Colleague letter from the Department of Energy's Office of Science recognizes the importance of quantum...
Richard H. Burkhart reviews The Money Formula by Paul Wilmott and David Orrell.
Pests and diseases can have a disastrous effect on plants and the surrounding ecosystem of which they are a part.
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One of the foundational tools for unsupervised analysis and data reduction is principal component analysis.
Stay connected with the applied math and computational science research communities.
In this month's column, Mark Levi describes a “hydrostatic” calculator of roots—at least of positive real ones—of a polynomial of any degree.
Implicit associations are natural, but become problematic when they are misapplied or biased by socialization.
The 2017 Germund Dahlquist Prize was awarded to Per-Gunnar Martinsson at SciCADE2017.