Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization

Written By William E. Schiesser
Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization
  • Publsiher : Academic Press
  • Release : 14 June 2019
  • ISBN : 0128184531
  • Pages : 144 pages
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Download or read book entitled Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization by author: William E. Schiesser which was release on 14 June 2019 and published by Academic Press with total page 144 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization Mathematical Model Computer Implementation in R provides a methodology for the analysis of neovascularization (formation of blood capillaries) in the retina. It describes the starting point—a system of three partial differential equations (PDEs)—that define the evolution of (1) capillary tip density, (2) blood capillary density and (3) concentration of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in the retina as a function of space (distance along the retina), x, and time, t, the three PDE dependent variables for (1), (2) and (3), and designated as u1(x, t), u2(x, t), u3(x, t), amongst other topics. Includes PDE routines based on the method of lines (MOL) for computer-based implementation of PDE models Offers transportable computer source codes for readers in R, with line-by-line code descriptions as it relates to the mathematical model and algorithms Authored by a leading researcher and educator in PDE models

Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization

Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization
  • Author : William E. Schiesser
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2019-06-14
  • Total pages : 144
  • ISBN : 0128184531
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Summary : Numerical PDE Analysis of Retinal Neovascularization Mathematical Model Computer Implementation in R provides a methodology for the analysis of neovascularization (formation of blood capillaries) in the retina. It describes the starting point—a system of three partial differential equations (PDEs)—that define the evolution of (1) capillary tip density, (2) blood capillary ...