Modeling is one of the most appealing areas in engineering and applied sciences. Engineers need to build models to solve real life problems. The aim of a model consists of reproducing the reality as faithfully as possible, trying to understand how the real world behaves, and obtaining the expected responses to given actions or inputs. Many types of models are used in practice, such as differential equations models, function equation models, finite difference and finite element models, mathematical programming models, etc.
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Author Biography - Enrique Castillo
ENRIQUE CASTILLO, PhD, is Full Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Cantabria in Santander, Spain. ANTONIO J. CONEJO, PhD, is Full Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain. PABLO PEDREGAL, PhD, is Full Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Cantabria. RICARDO GARCIA is a mathematician in the fields of optimization and operation research. NATALIA ALGUACIL, PhD, researches optimization by decomposition techniques.