The SIAM Review consists of five sections, all containing articles of broad
interest. Survey and Review features papers with a deliberately integrative and
up-to-date perspective on a major topic in applied or computational mathematics
or scientific computing. Problems and Techniques contains focused, specialized
papers about interesting problems, techniques, and tools, including descriptions
of mathematical formulations, solution methods, and open questions. SIGEST
highlights a recent paper from one of SIAM's nine specialized research journals,
chosen on the basis of exceptional interest to the entire SIAM community and
revised and condensed as needed for greater accessibility. Education consists
primarily of individual modules that are self-contained presentations of
specific topics in applied mathematics, scientific computation, or their
applications; each module provides the primary material needed to teach a given
topic as well as supplementary material. The Book Reviews section contains a
featured review that provides an overview of several books in a subject area.
Shorter reviews of individual books are also included.