Jöran Bergh

Professor Emeritus at Mathematical Sciences

Research interests: mainly analysis and various applications of mathematics to science and technology. Personal webpage at this URL - http://www.math.chalmers.se/~bergh .

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Showing 7 publications

2019

Siciak's homogeneous extremal functions, holomorphic extension and a generalization of Helgason's support theorem

Jöran Bergh, Ragnar Sigurdsson
Annales Polonici Mathematici. Vol. 123 (1), p. 61-70
Journal article
2004

A wavelet add-on code for new-generation N-body simulations and data de-noising (JOFILUREN)

Alessandro Romeo, Cathy Horellou, Jöran Bergh
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 354 (4), p. 1208-1222
Journal article
2003

N-body simulations with two-orders-of-magnitude higher performance using wavelets

Alessandro Romeo, Cathy Horellou, Jöran Bergh
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 342 (2), p. 337-344
Journal article
2002

An analytical asymptotic solution to a conjugate heat transfer problem

Carl Fredrik Stein, Peter Johansson, Jöran Bergh et al
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. Vol. 45 (12), p. 2485-2500
Journal article
2000

On the Calculation of Streamwise Derivatives from Single Point Measurements

Carl Fredrik Stein, Andrey Bakchinov, Jöran Bergh et al
8th European Turbulence Conference, Barcelona, June 27-30.
Paper in proceedings
1994

Measurement of the Enstrophy and the Vorticity Vector in a Plane Cylinder Wake using a Spectral Method

Lennart Löfdahl, Bert Johansson, Jöran Bergh
Fifth European Turbulence Conference in Siena, Italy, July 5-8 1994.
Paper in proceedings
1993

Determination of Derivative Moments using Two Slanted Hot-Wires and a Spectral method

Lennart Löfdahl, Bert Johansson, Jöran Bergh et al
Experiments in Fluids. Vol. 15, p. 393-400
Journal article

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