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The SIAM series on Mathematical Modeling and Computation covers analytical and computational techniques, describes significant mathematical developments, and introduces modern scientific and engineering applications. The series will publish lecture notes and texts for advanced undergraduate- or graduate-level courses in physical applied mathematics, biomathematics, and mathematical modeling, and volumes of interest to a wide segment of the community of applied mathematicians, computational scientists, and engineers.

The books feature a lively tutorial style, focus on topics of current interest, and present clear exposition. Appropriate subject areas for future books in the series include fluids, dynamical systems and chaos, mathematical biology, neuroscience, mathematical physiology, epidemiology, morphogenesis, biomedical engineering, reaction-diffusion in chemistry, nonlinear science, interfacial problems, solidification, combustion, transport theory, solid mechanics, nonlinear vibrations, electromagnetic theory, nonlinear optics, wave propagation, coherent structures, scattering theory, earth science, solid-state physics, and plasma physics.

Editor-in-ChiefRichard Haberman Southern Methodist University |
Acquisitions EditorElizabeth Greenspan |

**Editorial Board**

Alejandro Aceves Southern Methodist University |
Rachel Kuske University of British Columbia |

Andrea Bertozzi University of California, Los Angeles |
Bernie Matkowsky Northwestern University |

Bard Ermentrout University of Pittsburgh |
Robert M. Miura New Jersey Institute of Technology |

Thomas Erneux Université Libre de Brussels |
Michael Tabor University of Arizona |

Paul Glendinning University of Manchester |