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 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2008.
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 Biophysics Manifesto for the future of Physics and Biology / Y. Oono
 Single Molecule Force Measurement for Protein Synthesis on the Ribosome / S. Uemura
 A Rod Probe Reveals Gait of Myosin / K. Shiroguchi
 Mechanism of Spontaneous Oscillation Emerging from Collective Molecular Motors / Y. Shimamoto and S. Ishiwata
 Simulated Rotational Diffusion of F₀ Molecular Motor / H. Yamasaki and M. Takano
 Thermodynamic Time Asymmetry and Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics / P. Gaspard
 A MeasurementBased Purification Scheme and Decoherence / H. Nakazato
 Quantum Fluctuation Theorem in the Existence of the Tunneling and the Thermal Activation / T. Monnai
 Statistical Properties of the Interoccurrence Times in the Twodimensional Stickslip Model of Earthquakes / T. Hasumi and Y. Aizawa
 Second Harmonic Generation and Polarization Microscope Observations of Quantum Relaxor Lithium Doped Potasium [sic] Tantalate / H. Yokota and Y. Uesu
 Thermoelectric Properties of Nidoped LaRhO₃ / S. Shibasaki, Y. Takahashi and I. Terasaki
 Collective Precession of Chiral Liquid Crystals under Transmembrane Mass Flow / G. Watanabe, S. Ishizuka and Y. Tabe
 Interplay of Excitons with Free Carriers in Carrier Tunneling Dynamics / S. Lu, A. Tackeuchi and S. Muto
 New View on Quantum Gravity: MicroStructure of Spacetime and Origin of the Universe / B.L. Hu
 Colliding Branes and Its Application to String Cosmology / Y. Takamizu
 OneLoop Corrections to Scalar and Tensor Perturbations during Inflation / Y. Urakawa and K. Maeda
 Variational Calculation for the Equation of State of Nuclear Matter toward Supernova Simulations / H. Kanzawa, K. Oyamatsu, K. Sumiyoshi and M. Takano
 Two Strong Radio Bursts at High and Medium Galactic Latitude / S. Kida and T. Daishido
 Effects of QCD Phase Transition on the Ejected Elements from the Envelopes of Compact Stars / Y. Yasutake, S. Yamada, T. Noda, M. Hashimoto and K. Kotake.
 75th Jubilee Conference on Helium4 (1983 : Saint Andrews, Scotland)
 Singapore : World Scientific, c1983.
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 A. M., active 17th century.
 London : Printed by W.G. and are to be sold by Moses Pitt, 1670.
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 Dissertatio meteorologica. 1733
 A Ripa, Ludovicus, 16981746.
 Venetiis : Apud Sebastianum Coleti, MDCCXXXIII [1733]
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5. Apparatus for teaching physics [1972]
 AAPT Committee on Apparatus for Educational Institutions.
 Washington, D. C., 1972.
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 Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, c2001.
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 Book — xx, 436 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Introductory Lectures: Backlund transformations of the higher order Painleve equations by V. I. Gromak Dressing method and Backlund and Darboux transformations by D. Levi and O. Ragnisco The classical geometry of Backlund transformations. Introduction to applications in soliton theory by C. Rogers and W. K. Schief An introduction to integrable difference and differential geometries: Affine spheres, their natural generalization and discretization by W. K. Schief Original Contributions: On Bianchi and Backlund transformations of two dimensional surfaces in four dimensional Euclidean space by Yu. Aminov and A. Sym Group invariant solutions without transversality and the principle of symmetric criticality by I. M. Anderson, M. E. Fels, and C. G. Torre Multicomponent matrix KP hierarchies as symmetryenhanced scalar KP hierarchies and their DarbouxBacklund solutions by H. Aratyn, E. Nissimov, and S. Pacheva The DarbouxBacklund transformation and Clifford algebras by J. L. Cieslinski On discrete Painleve equations as Backlund transformations by P. A. Clarkson, E. L. Mansfield, and H. N. Webster A Backlund transformation for timelike surfaces of constant mean curvature in $\mathbb R^{1,2}$ by J. N. Clelland On Ribaucour transformations by A. V. Corro, W. Ferreira, and K. Tenenblat The Ribaucour congruences of spheres within Lie sphere geometry by A. Doliwa Backlund transformations for the reduced MaxwellBloch equations by N. M. Ercolani Transformations of quasilinear systems originating from the projective theory of congruences by E. V. Ferapontov Backlund links between different analytic descriptions of constant mean curvature surfaces by E. V. Ferapontov and A. M. Grundland On the integrability of Weingarten surfaces by F. Finkel A new immersion formula for surfaces on Lie algebras and integrable equations by F. Finkel and A. S. Fokas Difficulties with the SDiff(2) Toda equation by J. D. Finley III Superposition formulas based on nonprimitive group action by M. Havlicek, S. Posta, and P. Winternitz Symmetries of differential difference equations and Lie algebra contractions by R. H. Heredero, D. Levi, M. A. Rodriguez, and P. Winternitz Backlund transformations from the bilinear viewpoint by J. Hietarinta Towards the Lax formulation of SU(2) principal models with nonconstant metric by L. Hlavaty Transcendental solutions of the sineGordon equation by C. A. Hoenselaers and S. Micciche Three dimensional skyrmions and harmonic maps by T. Ioannidou, B. Piette, and W. J. Zakrzewski Induced surfaces and their integrable deformations by B. G. Konopelchenko and G. Landolfi Properties of a class of slowly decaying oscillatory solutions of KdV by M. Kovalyov Blending two discrete integrability criteria: Singularity confinement and algebraic entropy by S. Lafortune, A. Ramani, B. Grammaticos, Y. Ohta, and K. M. Tamizhmani Backlund transformations of soliton systems from symmetry constraints by W.X. Ma and X. Geng Open problems for the super KdV equations by P. Mathieu Combinatorial aspects of the Darboux transformation by R. Milson Backlund transformation and nonlinear superposition formula of the KaupKupershmidt and Tzitzeica equations by M. Musette, R. Conte, and C. Verhoeven Classification of symmetryintegrable evolution equations by P. J. Olver, J. A. Sanders, and J. P. Wang Integrability of evolution equations and pseudospherical surfaces by E. G. Reyes Infinitesimal Backlund transformations of $K$nets. The 2 + 1  dimensional SinhGordon system by C. Rogers and W. K. Schief Isothermic surfaces and the Calapso equation: The full Monty by W. K. Schief Backlund transformations induced by symmetries. Application: Discrete mKdV by R. Schmid Darboux transformation for a spectral problem quadratic in the spectral parameter by H. Steudel Separation of variables and Darboux transformations by Z. Thomova and P. Winternitz Backlund transformations as nonlinear ordinary differential, or difference equations with superposition formulas by P. Winternitz.
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7. Quantum computing since Democritus [2013]
 Aaronson, Scott, author.
 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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 1. Atoms and the void
 2. Sets
 3. Goedel, Turing, and friends
 4. Minds and machines
 5. Paleocomplexity
 6. P, NP, and friends
 7. Randomness
 8. Crypto
 9. Quantum
 10. Quantum computing
 11. Penrose
 12. Decoherence and hidden variables
 13. Proofs
 14. How big are quantum states?
 15. Skepticism of quantum computing
 16. Learning
 17. Interactive proofs and more
 18. Fun with the Anthropic Principle
 19. Free will
 20. Time travel
 21. Cosmology and complexity
 22. Ask me anything.
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8. Quantum computing since Democritus [2013]
 Aaronson, Scott.
 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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 Book — xxx, 370 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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 1. Atoms and the void
 2. Sets
 3. Goedel, Turing, and friends
 4. Minds and machines
 5. Paleocomplexity
 6. P, NP, and friends
 7. Randomness
 8. Crypto
 9. Quantum
 10. Quantum computing
 11. Penrose
 12. Decoherence and hidden variables
 13. Proofs
 14. How big are quantum states?
 15. Skepticism of quantum computing
 16. Learning
 17. Interactive proofs and more
 18. Fun with the Anthropic Principle
 19. Free will
 20. Time travel
 21. Cosmology and complexity
 22. Ask me anything.
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 Aaserud, Finn.
 1st ed.  Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press, 2013.
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 PART 1. NIELS BOHR'S PRIVATE SPHERE  AS REVEALED THROUGH UNPUBLISHED FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE
 PART 2. NASCENT SCIENCE  THE SCIENTIFIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BACKGROUND TO BOHR'S TRILOGY
 PART 3. THE TRILOGY.
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 Aaserud, Finn, author.
 First edition.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
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 Book — viii, 284 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
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 PART 1. NIELS BOHR'S PRIVATE SPHERE  AS REVEALED THROUGH UNPUBLISHED FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE
 PART 2. NASCENT SCIENCE  THE SCIENTIFIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BACKGROUND TO BOHR'S TRILOGY
 PART 3. THE TRILOGY.
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 Aaserud, Finn.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1990.
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 Book — xiii, 356 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Introduction
 Prologue: the Copenhagen spirit
 1. Science policy and fund raising until 1934
 2. The Copenhagen spirit at work, late 1920s to mid 1930s
 3. The refugee problem, 1933 to 1935
 4. Experimental biology, late 1920s to 1935
 5. Consolidation of the transition, 1935 to 1940
 Conclusion
 Notes
 Index.
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 Abad, Enrique.
 Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
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 eneral Introduction
 Theoretical Foundation
 Further Developments in IDIS Model
 The IDIS Model at the Molecular Limit
 Results for Various Interfaces: C60, Benzene, TTF, TCNQ and Pentacene over Au(111)
 General Conclusions and Future Work.
 Abaimov, Sergey G., author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2015]
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 Preface
 Fractals
 Stastistical Physics, Ensemble Theory, Free Energy Potential
 The Ising Model
 The Theory of Percolation
 Damage Phenomena
 Correlations, Susceptibility, and the FluctuationDissipation Theorem
 The Renormalization Group
 Scaling, the FiniteSize Effect, CrossOver Effects.
 Machine generated contents note: 1.1. Concepts of Scale Invariance and SelfSimilarity
 1.2. Measure Versus Dimensionality
 1.3. SelfSimilarity (Scale Invariance) as the Origin of the Fractal Dimension
 1.4. Fractal Trees
 1.5. SelfAffine Fractals
 1.6. Geometrical Support of Multifractals
 1.7. Multifractals, Examples
 1.7.1. Definitions
 1.7.2. General Case of the Cantor Set
 1.7.3. Dimensions of the Subsets
 1.7.4. Lengths of the Subsets
 1.7.5. Measures of the Subsets
 1.7.6. Analogy with Statistical Physics
 1.7.7. Subsets η Versus Subsets α
 1.7.8. Summary
 1.8. General Formalism of Multifractals
 1.9. Moments of the Measure Distribution
 References
 2.1. Basic Definitions
 2.2. Energy Spectrum
 2.3. Microcanonical Ensemble
 2.4. MCE: Fluctuations as Nonequilibrium Probability Distributions
 2.5. Free Energy Potential of the MCE
 2.6. MCE: Free Energy Minimization Principle (Entropy Maximization Principle)
 2.7. Canonical Ensemble
 2.8. Nonequilibrium Fluctuations of the Canonical Ensemble
 2.9. Properties of the Probability Distribution of Energy Fluctuations
 2.10. Method of Steepest Descent
 2.11. Entropy of the CE. The Equivalence of the MCE and CE
 2.12. Free Energy Potential of the CE
 2.13. Free Energy Minimization Principle
 2.14. Other Ensembles
 2.15. Fluctuations as the Investigator's Tool
 2.16. Action of the Free Energy
 References
 3.1. Definition of the Model
 3.2. Microstates, MCE, CE, Order Parameter
 3.3. TwoLevel System Without Pair Spins Interactions
 3.4. OneDimensional Nonideal System with ShortRange Pair Spin Interactions: The Exact Solution
 3.5. Nonideal System with Pair Spin Interactions: The MeanField Approach
 3.6. Landau Theory
 3.6.1. Equation of State
 3.6.2. Minimization of Free Energy
 3.6.3. Stable, Metastable, Unstable States, and Maxwell's Rule
 3.6.4. Susceptibility
 3.6.5. Heat Capacity
 3.6.6. Equilibrium Free Energy
 3.6.7. Classification of Phase Transitions
 3.6.8. Critical and Spinodal Slowing Down
 3.6.9. Heterogeneous System
 3.7. MeanField Approach
 3.8. Antiferromagnets
 3.9. Antiferromagnet on a Triangular Lattice. Frustration
 3.10. Mixed FerromagnetAntiferromagnet
 References
 4.1. Model of Percolation
 4.2. OneDimensional Percolation
 4.3. Square Lattice
 4.4. Bethe Lattice
 4.5. Arbitrary Lattice
 4.6. Moments of the ClusterSize Distribution
 References
 5.1. Parameter of Damage
 5.2. FiberBundle Model with Quenched Disorder
 5.3. Ensemble of Constant Strain
 5.4. Stresses of Fibers
 5.5. Ensemble of Constant Stress
 5.6. Spinodal Slowing Down
 5.7. FBM with Annealed Disorder
 References
 6.1. Correlations: The OneDimensional Ising Model with ShortRange Interactions
 6.2. Correlations: The MeanField Approach for the Ising Model in Higher Dimensions
 6.3. Magnetic Systems: The FluctuationDissipation Theorem
 6.4. Magnetic Systems: The Ginzburg Criterion
 6.5. Magnetic Systems: Heat Capacity as Susceptibility
 6.6. Percolation: The Correlation Length
 6.7. Percolation: FluctuationDissipation Theorem
 6.8. Percolation: The Hyperscaling Relation and the Scaling of the Order Parameter
 6.9. Why Percolation Differs from Magnetic Systems
 6.10. Percolation: The Ensemble of Clusters
 6.11. FBM: The FluctuationDissipation Theorem
 6.12. Ising Model
 6.13. FBM: The epsilonEnsemble
 6.14. FBM: The σEnsemble
 References
 7.1. Scaling
 7.2. RG Approach of a Single Survivor: OneDimensional Magnetic Systems
 7.3. RG Approach of a Single Survivor: TwoDimensional Magnetic Systems
 7.4. RG Approach of Representation: TwoDimensional Magnetic Systems in the Absence of Magnetic Field
 7.5. RG Approach of Representation: TwoDimensional Magnetic Systems in the Presence of Magnetic Field
 7.6. Percolation
 7.7. Damage Phenomena
 7.8. Why does the RG Transformation Return only Approximate Results References
 8.1. Percolation: Why Is the ClusterSize Distribution Hypothesis Wrong 8.2. Percolation: The FiniteSize Effect
 8.3. Magnetic Systems: The Scaling of Landau Theory
 8.4. Magnetic Systems: Scaling Hypotheses
 8.5. Magnetic Systems: Superseding Correction
 8.6. Crossover Effect of Magnetic Field
 8.7. Magnetic Systems: Crossover Phenomena
 8.8. Magnetic Systems: The FiniteSize Effect
 8.9. Illusory Asymmetry of the Temperature
 8.10. Formalism of General Homogeneous Functions
 8.11. Renormalization Group as the Source of Scaling
 8.12. Magnetic Systems: Spinodal Scaling
 References.
14. Nonradiative recombination in semiconductors [1991]
 Abakumov, V. N., 1936
 Amsterdam ; New York : NorthHolland ; New York, NY, USA : Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1991.
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 Book — xvi, 320 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Preface to the series. Preface. Introduction. Chapters
 1. Phenomenological theory of recombination.
 2. Impurity centers.
 3. Cascade capture by isolated attractive centers.
 4. Onequantum transitions.
 5. Experimental data on capture by attractive centers in Ge and Si.
 6. Reciprocal influence of impurity centers.
 7. Capture limited by diffusion.
 8. Capture by repulsive centers.
 9. Multiphonon capture and thermal emission.
 10. Thermal emission and capture in an electric field.
 11. Auger recombination.
 12. Impurity Auger processes. Appendices. References. Author index. Subject index. Materials index. Cumulative index.
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 Abarbanel, H. D. I.
 Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, 1993.
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 Abarbanel, H. D. I., author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2022.
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 1. Prologue: linking 'The Future' with the present
 2. A data assimilation reminder
 3. Remembrance of things path
 4. SDA variational principles
 EulerLagrange equations and Hamiltonian formulation
 5. Using waveform information
 6. Annealing in the model precision Rf
 7. Discrete time integration in data assimilation variational principles
 Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations
 8. Monte Carlo methods
 9. Machine learning and its equivalence to statistical data assimilation
 10. Two examples of the practical use of data assimilation
 11. Unfinished business
 Bibliography
 Index.
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 Abbas, Syed Afsar, 1946 author.
 Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2017]
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 1. Basic symmetry concepts
 2. Group theory
 3. Unitary symmetry
 4. Permutation symmetry
 5. Young diagram
 6. Quantum chromodynamics
 7. Quark model
 8. Bag models
 9. Hadron physics
 10. GlashowSalamWeinberg model
 11. Symmetry in nuclei
 12. Quarks in nuclei
 13. Quark gluon plasma (QGP)
 14. Topology for hadrons
 A Chapman and Hall Bookcover
 Abbas, Syed Afsar, 1946 author.
 Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2016]
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 Basic Symmetry Concepts. Group Theory. Unitary Symmetry. Permutation Symmetry. Young Diagrams. ElectroWeak Interaction Symmetries. Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). Quark Model. MIT Bag Model. Hadron Physics. Symmetries in Nuclei. Quarks in Nuclei. QuarkGluon Plasma (QGP). Topology for Hadrons and Nuclei. Matrices. Linear Vector Space. Representation Theory. Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics. Symmetry and the SpaceTime Structure. Lorentz and Poincare Groups. Introduction to Topology. Solution of Problems.
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19. Ozone hole : past, present, future [2017]
 Abbasi, S. A. (Shahid A.), author.
 New York, NY : Springer, 2017.
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 Ozone in the Atmosphere. The Ozone Hole. Factors Accelerating Ozone Depletion. Impacts of Ozone Hole. The Global OzoneDepletion Trends. Strategies to contain the ozone hole. Monitoring Ozone Loss and its Consequences: Past, Present, and Future.
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 Abbasov, Iftikhar Balakishi ogly, author.
 Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2018.
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 Preface vii
 Introduction ix
 1 Equations of Hydrodynamics 1
 1.1 Features of the Problems in the Formulation of Mathematical Physics 1
 1.2 Classification of Linear Differential Equations with Partial Derivatives of the Second Order 3
 1.3 Nonlinear Equations of Fluid Dynamics 5
 1.4 Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations 9
 1.5 The Basic Laws of Hydrodynamics of an Ideal Fluid 11
 1.6 Linear Equations of Hydrodynamic Waves 16
 Conclusions 20
 2 Modeling of Wave Phenomena on the Shallow Water Surface 23
 2.1 Waves on the Sea Surface 23
 2.2 Review of Research on Surface Gravity Waves 26
 2.3 Investigation of Surface Gravity Waves 39
 2.4 Spatial modeling of Wave Phenomena on Shallow Water Surface 50
 2.5 Actual Observations of Wave Phenomena on the Surface of Shallow Water 57
 2.6 Ship Waves. Reactive Ducks of the Alexander Garden 58
 Conclusions 64
 3 Modeling of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves in Shallow Water 65
 3.1 Overview of Studies on Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves in Shallow Water 65
 3.2 Nonlinear Models of Surface Gravity Waves in Shallow Water 74
 3.3 Solution of the Nonlinear Shallow Water Equation by the Method of Successive Approximations 81
 3.4 Modeling the Propagation of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves in Shallow Water 86
 3.5 Modeling the Refraction of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves 99
 3.6 Modeling of Propagation and Refraction of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves Under Shallow Water Conditions with Account of Dispersion 109
 Conclusions 117
 4 Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves in Shallow Water 119
 4.1 Review of Studies on Computational Modeling of Surface Waves 119
 4.2 Statement of the Problem 132
 4.3 The Research of a Discrete Model 138
 4.4 Results of Numerical Modeling based on Shallow Water Equations 139
 4.5 Discussion and Comparison of Results 148
 Conclusions 152
 5 TwoDimensional Numerical Simulation of the RunUp of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves 155
 5.1 Statement of the Problem 155
 5.2 Construction of a Discrete FiniteVolume Model 160
 5.3 Discrete Model Research 169
 5.4 Results of TwoDimensional Numerical Modeling and Their Analysis 171
 5.5 Discussion and Comparison of Results 185
 Conclusions 188
 6 ThreeDimensional Numerical Modeling of the Runup of Nonlinear Surface Gravity Waves 191
 6.1 Statement of the Problem. Boundary and Initial Conditions 191
 6.2 Construction of a Discrete Model 195
 6.3 The Construction of a Discrete FiniteVolume Model 206
 6.4 Discrete Model Research 229
 6.5 Results of ThreeDimensional Numerical Modeling and Their Analysis 230
 6.6 Discussion and Comparison of Results 241
 Conclusions 242
 Conclusion 245
 References 24.
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