Alexander Vladimirsky, Cornell University

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Professor Ithaca, New York vlad@math.cornell.edu vladimirsky@cornell.edu Office: (607) 255-9871

Bio/Research

I study the effects of anisotropy and inhomogeneity on analytic properties of differential equations and the computational efficiency of numerical methods. I am interested in a variety of discrete and continuous nonlinear problems that have some causal properties defining the direction of “inform...

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Bio/Research

I study the effects of anisotropy and inhomogeneity on analytic properties of differential equations and the computational efficiency of numerical methods. I am interested in a variety of discrete and continuous nonlinear problems that have some causal properties defining the direction of “information flow.” Much of my work also exploits the often underutilized connections between computer science/operations research and “continuous” numerical analysis.

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