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APPLIED COMPUTING, MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS GROUP Division of Applied Management and Computing Solute Dispersion in Porous Flow with a Constant Velocity Gradient

By Don Kulasiri, R Esearch and Er Port

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Management and Computing Division at Lincoln University whose research and teaching interests are in computing and quantitative disciplines. Previously this group was the academic section of the Centre for Computing and Biometrics at Lincoln University. The group teaches subjects leading to a Bachelor of Applied Computing degree and a computing major in the Bachelor of Commerce and Management. In addition, it contributes computing, statistics and mathematics subjects to a wide range of other Lincoln University degrees. In particular students can take a computing and mathematics major in the BSc. The ACMS group is strongly involved in postgraduate teaching leading to honours, masters and PhD degrees. Research interests are in modelling and simulation, applied statistics, end user computing, computer assisted learning, aspects of computer networking, geometric modelling and visualisation. Research Reports Every paper appearing in this series has undergone editorial review within the ACMS group. The editorial panel is selected by an editor who is appointed by the Chair of the Applied Management and Computing Division Research Committee. The views expressed in this paper are not necessarily the same as those held by members of the editorial panel. The accuracy of the information presented in this paper is the sole responsibility of the authors. This series is a continuation of the series "Centre for Computing and Biometrics Research Report " ISSN 1173-8405. Copyright Copyright remains with the authors. Unless otherwise stated permission to copy for research or teaching purposes is granted on the condition that the authors and the series are given due acknowledgement. Reproduction in any form for purposes other than research or teaching is forbidden unless prior written permission has been obtained from the authors

Year: 2002
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