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From the Publisher"These proceedings contain invited and contributed papers presented on [the] occasion of [a] 2002 meeting in Saint Étienue, France. The contributions tackle quite naturally very diverse field and can[not] possibly be described in content in a few words. Let us therefore just mention the contents of three contributions. – P.A. Martin discusses fundamental solutions of various partial differential equations in connection with functionally graded materials, in the case that the material properties vary exponentially in one direction. In another paper, M.-C. Rivara and N. Hitschfeld discuss mesh generation algorithms, which automatically refine and improve the triangulation. Finally, B. Rutily discusses some aspects of multiple scattering theory, in particular methods under development applicable especially in problems of stellar atmospheres."
—Monatshefte für Mathematik