# Mathematical Engineering

### Description

Today, the development of high-tech systems is unthinkable without mathematical modeling and analysis of system behavior. As such, many fields in the modern engineering sciences (e.g. control engineering, communications engineering, mechanical engineering, and robotics) call for sophisticated mathematical methods in order to solve the tasks at hand.

The series Mathematical Engineering presents new or heretofore little-known methods to support engineers in finding suitable answers to their questions, presenting those methods in such manner as to make them ideally comprehensible and applicable in practice.

Therefore, the primary focus is—without neglecting mathematical accuracy—on comprehensibility and real-world applicability.

To submit a proposal or request further information, please use the PDF Proposal Form or contact directly: Dr. Thomas Ditzinger (thomas.ditzinger@springer.com)

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