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What does BVP stand for?

BVP stands for Boundary Value Problems

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He covers basic equations of continuous media, the basics of the theory of finite-difference schemes, methods for solving systems of algebraic equations, methods for solving boundary value problems for systems of equations, wave propagation problems, finite-difference splitting methods for solving dynamic problems, solving elastoplastic dynamic and quasi-static problems with finite deformations, and modeling damage and fracture in inelastic materials and structures.
1 Introduction Over the last thirty years, boundary value problems have attracted extensive attentions due to their wide range of applications in applied mathematics, physics, biology and engineering (see, for example, [6-8, 12-18] and references therein for more details).
Among the topics are the complexity of a kind of special shift map, positive solutions for some three-point boundary value problems, bifurcation analysis for a predator-prey system with prey refuge and diffusion, similar-short periodicity analysis and application in image compression encryption, the adaptive synchronization of the incommensurate fractional-order chaotic systems with fully unknown parameters, and applying a fractal approach to processing geochemical exploration data of the Baiyin area of Gansu Province.