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Computational Science

Kunwar Singh Vaisla

262 pages
Arcler Education Inc
The book describes computational science as a field related to the design, execution and use of arithmetical models to evaluate and solve scientific complications. Generally, the word refers to the application of computers to simulate or numerically analyze scientific systems or processes. This book claims that because of the complexity of mathematics, massive amounts of calculations involved, or both of them, computational science enables people to perform tasks that were difficult to do before. The author claims that although computational models can’t replace the laboratory, they have undoubtedly become a complex part of the entire search for scientific understanding. Computational science also allows researchers to build models for making predictions of what might happen in real life, such as weather pattern predictions.
Author Bio
Dr. Kunwar Singh Vaisla is Ph. D. in Computer Science from Kumaun University, Nainital, MCA from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India and B. Sc. from Raj Rishi College, Alwar, Rajasthan, India. He is currently working as Professor at Department of Computer Science and Engineering at BT Kumaon Institute of Technology, India. He is editorial board member of many reputed international journals such as IJGCA, ITIST, IJIFR, CAIJ, ICACCE, IJWSC.