By Shijun Liao
In contrast to different analytic options, the Homotopy research procedure (HAM) is self sufficient of small/large actual parameters. in addition to, it offers nice freedom to decide on equation style and answer expression of similar linear high-order approximation equations. The HAM offers an easy method to warrantly the convergence of resolution sequence. Such area of expertise differentiates the HAM from all different analytic approximation tools. furthermore, the HAM could be utilized to unravel a few demanding issues of excessive nonlinearity.
This booklet, edited by means of the pioneer and founding father of the HAM, describes the present advances of this strong analytic approximation approach for hugely nonlinear difficulties. Coming from diversified international locations and fields of study, the authors of every bankruptcy are most sensible specialists within the HAM and its functions.
Readership: Graduate scholars and researchers in utilized arithmetic, physics, nonlinear mechanics, engineering and finance.
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