Xiunan Wang and Xiao-Qiang Zhao present a periodic time-delayed model of Lyme disease that incorporates seasonality and climate factors.
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Nick Higham discusses some history of programming and coding, and asserts the benefits of short code.
“Engineering mathematics” has branched out into novel, interdisciplinary realms, offering students a range of new career options.
Observed declines in sea ice amounting to approximately half a million square kilometers per decade are impacting global climate and ecosystems.
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The Dakota software project delivers state-of-the-art research and robust, usable software for optimization and uncertainty quantification.
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The historic focus of research and intensive inputs on maximizing crop yield has obscured the extent and vulnerability of globalized and regionalized food delivery systems.
The SIAM Diversity Advisory Committee assists SIAM in addressing policy issues pertaining to underrepresented groups.