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Guest Editors' Introduction: Stochastic Modeling of Complex Systems

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2 Author(s)
Daniel M. Tartakovsky ; Univ. of California ; Dongbin Xiu

This special issue of CiSE highlights various aspects of and outstanding problems in stochastic modeling of complex systems. The techniques covered include stochastic spectral methods, the information-theoretic approach, and sensitivity analysis for uncertainty quantification. Two application articles-one in the field of ecology and the other in the field of manufacturing design-emphasize the diversity of research disciplines in which the ability to handle uncertainty is crucial to obtaining reliable science-based predictions

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )