**Editors:** Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University; Weinan E, Princeton University; Jan Karel Lenstra, Eindhoven University; Endre Süli, Oxford University
The *Princeton Series in Applied Mathematics* publishes high quality advanced texts and monographs in all areas of applied mathematics. Books will include those of a theoretical and general nature as well as those dealing with the mathematics of specific applications areas and real-world situations.
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**About the Editors**
**Ingrid Daubechies** is a Professor at the Mathematics Department and the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Princeton University. Her research interests focus on the mathematical aspects of time-frequency analysis, in particular wavelets, as well as applications. In 1994 the American Mathematical Society awarded her a Leroy P. Steele prize for exposition for her book *Ten Lectures on Wavelets* (SIAM, 1992), as well as the 1997 Ruth Lyttle Satter Prize. She is currently a Vice President of the American Mathematical Society.
**Weinan E** is a Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Princeton University and at the Courant Institute of New York University. His wide interests include partial differential equations and mathematics applied to materials science. He was co-editor of *Hyperbolic Equations and Frequency Interactions* (American Mathematical Society, 1998).
**Jan Karel Lenstra** is Professor of Combinatorial Optimization at Eindhoven University of Technology. In addition to many journal publications, he has written or edited more a dozen books, including *The Travelling Salesman Problem: A Guided Tour of Combinatorial Optimization* (with E.L. Lawler, A.H.G. Rinnooy Kan & D.B. Shmoys, Wiley, 1985) and *Local Search in Combinatorial Optimization* (with E.H.L. Aarts, Wiley, 1997). He is a member of the editorial board of a number of journals and is a former Chairman of the Mathematical Programming Society.
**Endre Süli** is Professor of Numerical Analysis at the Computing Laboratory of Oxford University. His main area of research is the numerical analysis of partial differential equations, in particular the analysis of finite element methods. He has published a large number of influential papers and is on the editorial board of the leading numerical analysis journals.
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