# Category:Applied mathematics

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**Applied mathematics** is a branch of mathematics that concerns itself with the application of mathematical knowledge to other domains. Such applications include numerical analysis, mathematics of engineering, linear programming, optimization and operations research, continuous modelling, mathematical biology and bioinformatics, information theory, game theory, probability and statistics, financial mathematics, actuarial science, cryptography and hence combinatorics and even finite geometry to some extent, graph theory as applied to network analysis, and a great deal of what is called computer science.

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This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.

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## Pages in category "Applied mathematics"

The following 98 pages are in this category, out of 98 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

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- Manley–Rowe relations
- Map algebra
- Mathematical geophysics
- Mathematical Magick
- Mathematical methods in electronics
- Mathematical model
- Mathematical psychology
- Mathematical sciences
- Mathematical sociology
- Mathematics and art
- Menu dependence
- Mohr–Coulomb theory
- Multi-time-step integration
- Multiparty communication complexity
- Multivalued treatment

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- Scale analysis (mathematics)
- Scarborough criterion
- Self-consistent mean field (biology)
- Seminar for Applied Mathematics
- Signed distance function
- Simulation governance
- Social choice theory
- Spectral signal-to-noise ratio
- Vera W. de Spinadel
- Spirangle
- Statistical stability
- Stiffness matrix
- Strichartz estimate
- Structural complexity (applied mathematics)
- A Symbolic Analysis of Relay and Switching Circuits
- System equivalence
- System size expansion