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Journal of Computational Dynamics (JCD)
 

ISSN 2158-2491 (print)
ISSN 2158-2505 (online)

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JCD is focused on the intersection of computation with deterministic and stochastic dynamics. The mission of the journal is to publish papers that explore new computational methods for analyzing dynamic problems or use novel dynamical methods to improve computation. The subject matter of JCD includes both fundamental mathematical contributions and applications to problems from science and engineering. A non-exhaustive list of topics includes

1. Computation of phase-space structures and bifurcations
2. Multi-time-scale methods
3. Structure-preserving integration
4. Nonlinear and stochastic model reduction
5. Set-valued numerical techniques
6. Network and distributed dynamics

JCD includes both original research and survey papers that give a detailed and illuminating treatment of an important area of current interest.

The editorial board of JCD consists of world-leading researchers from mathematics, engineering, and science, all of whom are experts in both computational methods and the theory of dynamical systems.

JCD is a publication of the American Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

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TOP 10 Most Read Articles in JCD, December 2016

1

Global invariant manifolds near a Shilnikov homoclinic bifurcation
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 1 - 38,  2014

Pablo Aguirre, Bernd Krauskopf and Hinke M. Osinga

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Continuation and collapse of homoclinic tangles
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 71 - 109,  2014

Wolf-Jürgen Beyn and Thorsten Hüls

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Modularity revisited: A novel dynamics-based concept for decomposing complex networks
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 191 - 212,  2014

Marco Sarich, Natasa Djurdjevac Conrad, Sharon Bruckner, Tim O. F. Conrad and Christof Schütte

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Global optimal feedbacks for stochastic quantized nonlinear event systems
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 163 - 176,  2014

Stefan Jerg, Oliver Junge and Marcus Post

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A closing scheme for finding almost-invariant sets in open dynamical systems
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 135 - 162,  2014

Gary Froyland, Philip K. Pollett and Robyn M. Stuart

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The computation of convex invariant sets via Newton's method
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 39 - 69,  2014

R. Baier, M. Dellnitz, M. Hessel-von Molo, S. Sertl and I. G. Kevrekidis

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An equation-free approach to coarse-graining the dynamics of networks
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 111 - 134,  2014

Katherine A. Bold, Karthikeyan Rajendran, Balázs Ráth and Ioannis G. Kevrekidis

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On the consistency of ensemble transform filter formulations
Volume 1, Number 1,  Pages: 177 - 189,  2014

Sebastian Reich and Seoleun Shin

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Numerical event-based ISS controller design via a dynamic game approach
Volume 2, Number 1,  Pages: 65 - 81,  2015

Lars Grüne and Manuela Sigurani

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Attraction-based computation of hyperbolic Lagrangian coherent structures
Volume 2, Number 1,  Pages: 83 - 93,  2015

Daniel Karrasch, Mohammad Farazmand and George Haller

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