Vrushali A Bokil
Vrushali A Bokil
Department of Mathematics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA
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Coupled transport and reaction kinetics control the nitrate source‐sink function of hyporheic zones
JP Zarnetske, R Haggerty, SM Wondzell, VA Bokil, R González‐Pinzón
Water Resources Research 48 (11), 2012
Occupation and local times for skew Brownian motion with applications to dispersion across an interface
T Appuhamillage, V Bokil, E Thomann, E Waymire, B Wood
Analysis of stability and dispersion in a finite element method for Debye and Lorentz dispersive media
HT Banks, VA Bokil, NL Gibson
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 25 (4), 885-917, 2009
Indirect effects and facilitation among native and non‐native species promote invasion success along an environmental stress gradient
PL Zarnetske, TC Gouhier, SD Hacker, EW Seabloom, VA Bokil
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 905-915, 2013
Homogenization of periodically varying coefficients in electromagnetic materials
HT Banks, VA Bokil, D Cioranescu, NL Gibson, G Griso, B Miara
Journal of Scientific Computing 28, 191-221, 2006
Modeling virus coinfection to inform management of maize lethal necrosis in Kenya
FM Hilker, LJS Allen, VA Bokil, CJ Briggs, Z Feng, KA Garrett, LJ Gross, ...
Phytopathology 107 (10), 1095-1108, 2017
Analysis of spatial high-order finite difference methods for Maxwell's equations in dispersive media
VA Bokil, NL Gibson
IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis 32 (3), 926-956, 2012
Solute transport across an interface: A Fickian theory for skewness in breakthrough curves
TA Appuhamillage, VA Bokil, E Thomann, E Waymire, BD Wood
Water Resources Research 46 (7), 2010
Optimal control of a vectored plant disease model for a crop with continuous replanting
VA Bokil, LJS Allen, MJ Jeger, S Lenhart
Journal of Biological Dynamics 13 (sup1), 325-353, 2019
Energy stable discontinuous Galerkin methods for Maxwell's equations in nonlinear optical media
VA Bokil, Y Cheng, Y Jiang, F Li
Journal of Computational Physics 350, 420-452, 2017
Coinfections by noninteracting pathogens are not independent and require new tests of interaction
FM Hamelin, LJS Allen, VA Bokil, LJ Gross, FM Hilker, MJ Jeger, ...
PLoS biology 17 (12), e3000551, 2019
Modeling shrimp biomass and viral infection for production of biological countermeasures
HT Banks, V Bokil, S Hu, AK Dhar, RA Bullis, CL Browdy, FCT Allnutt
North Carolina State University. Center for Research in Scientific Computation, 2005
Spatiotemporal model of barley and cereal yellow dwarf virus transmission dynamics with seasonality and plant competition
SM Moore, CA Manore, VA Bokil, ET Borer, PR Hosseini
Bulletin of mathematical biology 73, 2707-2730, 2011
Modelling vector transmission and epidemiology of co-infecting plant viruses
LJS Allen, VA Bokil, NJ Cunniffe, FM Hamelin, FM Hilker, MJ Jeger
Viruses 11 (12), 1153, 2019
High spatial order energy stable FDTD methods for Maxwell’s equations in nonlinear optical media in one dimension
VA Bokil, Y Cheng, Y Jiang, F Li, P Sakkaplangkul
Journal of Scientific Computing 77, 330-371, 2018
An operator splitting scheme with a distributed Lagrange multiplier based fictitious domain method for wave propagation problems
VA Bokil, R Glowinski
Journal of Computational Physics 205 (1), 242-268, 2005
Dispersion reducing methods for edge discretizations of the electric vector wave equation
VA Bokil, NL Gibson, V Gyrya, DA McGregor
Journal of Computational Physics 287, 88-109, 2015
Convergence analysis of Yee schemes for Maxwell's equations in Debye and Lorentz dispersive media
VA Bokil, NL Gibson
Optimal control of plant disease epidemics with clean seed usage
FM Hamelin, B Bowen, P Bernhard, VA Bokil
Bulletin of mathematical biology 83, 1-24, 2021
An Euler–Maruyama method for diffusion equations with discontinuous coefficients and a family of interface conditions
VA Bokil, NL Gibson, SL Nguyen, EA Thomann, EC Waymire
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 368, 112545, 2020
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