Semi Lagrangian Advection Methods and Their Applications in Geoscience

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  • Author : Steven J. Fletcher
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 624 pages
  • ISBN : 0128172231
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Semi Lagrangian Advection Methods and Their Applications in Geoscience

Semi Lagrangian Advection Methods and Their Applications in Geoscience
  • Author : Steven J. Fletcher
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 18 November 2019
GET THIS BOOK Semi Lagrangian Advection Methods and Their Applications in Geoscience

Semi-Lagrangian Advection Methods and Their Applications in Geoscience provides a much-needed resource on semi-Lagrangian theory, methods, and applications. Covering a variety of applications, the book brings together developments of the semi-Lagrangian in one place and offers a comparison of semi-Lagrangian methods with Eulerian-based approaches. It also includes a chapter dedicated to difficulties of dealing with the adjoint of semi-Lagrangian methods and illustrates the behavior of different schemes for different applications. This allows for a better understanding of which schemes are

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