What is it about?
Using a mathematical tool, Wiener Chaos Expansions, to describe the statistical behavior of ocean waves.
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Why is it important?
Applied mathematicians and scientists are trying to find ways to represent water waves' violent (non-linear) behaviors seen in reality like rogue waves. Usually supercomputing is used to derive the nonlinear behaviors seen in nature. The present method leads to a cheaper way of doing that - without supercomputing. I performed all the computations described in the present work on a regular desktop PC.
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This page is a summary of: Wiener chaos expansions of ocean waves, AIP Advances, March 2021, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/5.0043930.
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