These conference proceedings cover the Boundary Element Method (BEM), now a well established technique for the numerical analysis of engineering and scientific problems. Recent developments in the BEM have been successful in dealing with non-linear and time-dependent problems. The success of applying BEM to different engineering and scientific problems has resulted in its continuing to be an area of very active research, aimed at the development of further algorithms and applications to a wide range of problems.
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