Homogenisation: Averaging Processes in Periodic Media: by N.S. Bakhvalov, G. Panasenko

By N.S. Bakhvalov, G. Panasenko

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The theory suggests the possibility of much complementary effort, and some independent parallelism. It is, therefore, a valuable guide and saves much sterile controversy over attempts to give undue importance to the invention of particular items. The narrative chapters are not specifically committed to a particular version of a theory of invention. These chapters demonstrate the complexities of a cumulative process involving long sequences in time and many individual items of novelty. But many details of the formal theory are left open.

Thornthwaite has developed a refinement in the analysis of the temperature and rainfall data by computing the amount of evaporation that may be expected under the various temperature conditions. A coefficient of effective precipitation is developed that presents a more delicate measure of the boundaries of climates. The redefinitions are especially important in the distinctions drawn between the arid and the subhumid climates, and a more accurate picture is given of the effective differences between the warmer and the cooler climates.

Lehfeldt, but without extensive discussion. In the recent literature on trend analysis, it seems to command little interest or enthusiasm. As a basis for curve fitting over relatively short periods of time it offers no special advantage and no clear superiority in the fit secured to the data. The computations involved are more laborious, and as a consequence other curves have been preferred. These severely practical disadvantages are less important if the emphasis is shifted to the general properties of the curve without regard to the details of computed curve fitting.

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