Электронная книга: Marcin Kaminski «The Stochastic Perturbation Method for Computational Mechanics»
Probabilistic analysis is increasing in popularity and importance within engineering and the applied sciences. However, the stochastic perturbation technique is a fairly recent development and therefore remains as yet unknown to many students, researchers and engineers. Fields in which the methodology can be applied are widespread, including various branches of engineering, heat transfer and statistical mechanics, reliability assessment and also financial investments or economical prognosis in analytical and computational contexts. Stochastic Perturbation Method in Applied Sciences and Engineering is devoted to the theoretical aspects and computational implementation of the generalized stochastic perturbation technique. It is based on any order Taylor expansions of random variables and enables for determination of up to fourth order probabilistic moments and characteristics of the physical system response. Key features: Provides a grounding in the basic elements of statistics and probability and reliability engineering Describes the Stochastic Finite, Boundary Element and Finite Difference Methods, formulated according to the perturbation method Demonstrates dual computational implementation of the perturbation method with the use of Direct Differentiation Method and the Response Function Method Accompanied by a website (www.wiley.com/go/kaminski) with supporting stochastic numerical software Covers the computational implementation of the homogenization method for periodic composites with random and stochastic material properties Features case studies, numerical examples and practical applications Stochastic Perturbation Method in Applied Sciences and Engineering is a comprehensive reference for researchers and engineers, and is an ideal introduction to the subject for postgraduate and graduate students. Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"
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Marcin Kamiński
Personal information  

Full name  Marcin Kamiński  
Date of birth  January 15, 1992  
Place of birth  Konin, Poland  
Height  1.89 m (6 ft 2^{ 1}⁄_{2} in)  
Playing position  Centre back  
Club information  
Current club  Lech Poznań  
Number  35  
Youth career  
Aluminium Konin  
Lech Poznań  
Senior career*  
Years  Team  Apps^{†}  (Gls)^{†} 
2009–  Lech Poznań  5  (0) 
National team  
2009–  Poland U19  
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 29 July 2011. † Appearances (Goals). 
Marcin Kamiński (born January 15, 1992 in Konin) is a Polish footballer who plays for Lech Poznań as a centre back.
Career
He also plays for the Polish under19 national team.
External links
 Player stats at 90minut.pl (Polish)

 1992 births
 Living people
 People from Konin
 Polish footballers
 Association football midfielders
 Lech Poznań players
 Ekstraklasa players
 Polish football biography stubs
Источник: Marcin Kamiński
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