the analysis of the peridynanmic nonlocal continuum theory, including mechanical and mathematical analyses. This includes a probabilistic interpretation for the nonlocal diffusion equation, a special case of the peridynamic energy equation; andMarkov chains and statistical analysis on directed graphs; andthe numerical solution of large-scale eigenvalue problems and differential equations. I am a co-author of ARPACK and Anasazi, open source software for computing eigenvalues of large-scale matrices. I have collaborated with scientists to use ARPACK in applications in Quantum physics, CFD, spectral graph theory, structural dynamics and radiation transport.
Lehoucq, Richard Dept. of Scientific Computing The Florida State University 400 Dirac Science Library Tallahassee, FL 32306-4120