Maths-filter: please recommend some good resources (books, sites, software) for learning about numerical simulations of large (like 20+ dimensional) dynamical systems, especially in continuous time. [more inside]
Help! I need (in a hurry) to put my matlab images into a latex document. I'm exporting them as eps files, but when I put them in the latex file, all the text (legends and axis labels) have vanished. I can't find a solution on google. I can't use jpg instead because it looks crap. Why is the text in my eps file not showing up??
Where can I find a proof for the strong order of convergence of the Euler-Maruyama or Milstein schemes used to model stochastic differential equations?
Wolframm's "A New Kind of Science" is a very thick book that would require a significant investment of time to read through. I'm interested in the computational modeling of complex adaptive systems and have heard it recommended as an interesting read. I've also seen it described as a huge load of crap. Is it worth the bother?