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Mathematics
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49
Citations
8,557
249
World Ranking
847
National Ranking
423

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Partial differential equation

Edward W. Larsen mainly focuses on Mathematical analysis, Boundary value problem, Neutron transport, Applied mathematics and Scattering. His work on Truncation error is typically connected to Transport theory as part of general Mathematical analysis study, connecting several disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Initial value problem, Variational analysis, Diffusion equation, Radiative transfer and Acceleration.

While the research belongs to areas of Neutron transport, Edward W. Larsen spends his time largely on the problem of Numerical analysis, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Discretization. His Applied mathematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Monte Carlo integration, Iterative method, Mathematical optimization, Statistical physics and Fourier analysis. His Scattering research incorporates elements of Boltzmann equation, Classical mechanics, Spectrum, Elastic collision and Anisotropy.

- A method for incorporating organ motion due to breathing into 3D dose calculations (446 citations)
- Fast iterative methods for discrete-ordinates particle transport calculations (364 citations)
- Asymptotic solution of neutron transport problems for small mean free paths (317 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical analysis, Statistical physics, Monte Carlo method, Neutron transport and Applied mathematics. His Mathematical analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scattering, Diffusion equation and Anisotropy. His Statistical physics study incorporates themes from Radiative transfer, Particle transport and Boltzmann equation.

The Neutron transport study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. His Applied mathematics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Iterative method, Mathematical optimization, Nonlinear system, Discretization and Fourier analysis. The concepts of his Iterative method study are interwoven with issues in Acceleration and Acceleration.

- Mathematical analysis (32.59%)
- Statistical physics (25.56%)
- Monte Carlo method (18.52%)

- Mathematical analysis (32.59%)
- Neutron transport (18.15%)
- Applied mathematics (17.04%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical analysis, Neutron transport, Applied mathematics, Diffusion equation and Statistical physics. His Mathematical analysis research includes themes of Neutron flux, Cross section and Coupling. Edward W. Larsen combines subjects such as Mechanics, Limit, Discretization, Fourier analysis and Software engineering with his study of Neutron transport.

The various areas that Edward W. Larsen examines in his Applied mathematics study include Iterative method, Finite difference and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. His study in Diffusion equation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Convection–diffusion equation and Variational analysis. Edward W. Larsen has researched Statistical physics in several fields, including Anisotropic diffusion, Anisotropy, Boltzmann equation, Path length and Heavy traffic approximation.

- Stability and accuracy of 3D neutron transport simulations using the 2D/1D method in MPACT (61 citations)
- An optimally diffusive Coarse Mesh Finite Difference method to accelerate neutron transport calculations (41 citations)
- Non-classical particle transport with angular-dependent path-length distributions. I: Theory (23 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Partial differential equation

His primary areas of investigation include Applied mathematics, Diffusion equation, Mathematical analysis, Convection–diffusion equation and Statistical physics. Mathematical analysis and Radiation are frequently intertwined in his study. His Convection–diffusion equation study which covers Differential equation that intersects with Partial differential equation.

His Statistical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Path length, Boltzmann equation and Anisotropy. His studies deal with areas such as Monte Carlo method and Neutron transport as well as Boltzmann equation. His Neutron transport research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Iterative method and Independent equation.

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Fast iterative methods for discrete-ordinates particle transport calculations

Marvin L. Adams;Edward W. Larsen.

Progress in Nuclear Energy **(2002)**

659 Citations

Fast iterative methods for discrete-ordinates particle transport calculations

Marvin L. Adams;Edward W. Larsen.

Progress in Nuclear Energy **(2002)**

659 Citations

A method for incorporating organ motion due to breathing into 3D dose calculations

Anthony E. Lujan;Edward W. Larsen;James M. Balter;Randall K. Ten Haken.

Medical Physics **(1999)**

638 Citations

A method for incorporating organ motion due to breathing into 3D dose calculations

Anthony E. Lujan;Edward W. Larsen;James M. Balter;Randall K. Ten Haken.

Medical Physics **(1999)**

638 Citations

Asymptotic solution of neutron transport problems for small mean free paths

Edward W. Larsen;Joseph B. Keller.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1974)**

482 Citations

Asymptotic solution of neutron transport problems for small mean free paths

Edward W. Larsen;Joseph B. Keller.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1974)**

482 Citations

Asymptotic solutions of numerical transport problems in optically thick, diffusive regimes II

Edward W larsen;J. E. Morel.

Journal of Computational Physics **(1989)**

360 Citations

Asymptotic solutions of numerical transport problems in optically thick, diffusive regimes II

Edward W larsen;J. E. Morel.

Journal of Computational Physics **(1989)**

360 Citations

Light transport in biological tissue based on the simplified spherical harmonics equations

Alexander D. Klose;Edward W. Larsen.

Journal of Computational Physics **(2006)**

331 Citations

Light transport in biological tissue based on the simplified spherical harmonics equations

Alexander D. Klose;Edward W. Larsen.

Journal of Computational Physics **(2006)**

331 Citations

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