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Author: Aleksei A. Dezin,Ralph P. Boas
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Title: Partial Differential Equations: An Introduction to a General Theory of Linear Boundary Value Problems (Springer Series in Soviet Mathematics)
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Partial Differential Equations: An Introduction to a General Theory of Linear Boundary Value Problems (Springer Series in Soviet Mathematics) by Aleksei A. Dezin,Ralph P. Boas



In essence, the book studies boundary value problems for linear partial differ­ ential equations in a finite domain in n-dimensional Euclidean space. Springer Series in Soviet Mathematics. Partial Differential Equations. An Introduction to a General Theory of Linear Boundary Value Problems. Table of contents (9 chapters). Elements of Spectral Theory. Dezin, Aleksei A. Pages 1-23. Pages 24-54. Pages 55-68. Pages 69-80.

boundary value problems, by Aleksei A. Dezin. Translated by Ralph P. Boas. There are many illustrations and examples presented in the text, and some. of the sections have problems. It is to this and related. problems that Dezin addresses his book. He asks if the well-known classes of. partial differential equations are special in any way. Given an arbitrarily. chosen equation, can one find reasonable boundary conditions that will lead. to a well posed problem? What happens when a boundary value problem is. incorrectly posed? Dezin has undertaken a study of these problems for special classes of equa-. He does not give general theorems, but he studies many different exam

2011 Серия: Springer Series in Soviet Mathematics Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 9 cm Основная тема: Mathematics Подзаголовок: An Introduction to a General Theory of Linear Boundary Value Problems Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии.

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Partial Differential Equations : An Introduction to a General Theory of Linear Boundary Value Problems. Let me begin by explaining the meaning of the title of this book. In essence, the book studies boundary value problems for linear partial differ ential equations in a finite domain in n-dimensional Euclidean space.

The book covers important d topics such as solutions of ODEs in form of power series, special functions, Bessel functions, hypergeometric functions, orthogonal functions and polynomials, Legendre, Chebyshev, Hermite, and Laguerre polynomials, theory of Fourier series. Undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics, physics and engineering will benefit from this book. The book assumes familiarity with calculus. Скачать (pdf, . 8 Mb) Читать.

In mathematics, a partial differential equation (PDE) is a differential equation that contains unknown multivariable functions and their partial derivatives. PDEs are used to formulate problems involving functions of several variables, and are either solved by hand, or used to create a computer model. A special case is ordinary differential equations (ODEs), which deal with functions of a single variable and their derivatives.

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Springer, Berlin, 1989. 142 p. DM 25, ISBN 3-540-51830-4. This volume contains the papers presented during a workshop held in July 1988. The fourth chapter is devoted to the study of evolution equations using the theory of semigroups of linear operators on a Banach space. After a brief introduction to the abstract theory, illustrations via some standard partial differential equations are provided. The last chapter provides an introduction to the study of semi-linear elliptic boundary value problems from the point of fixed-point theorems, ap- eroximation methods and variational principles.

Let me begin by explaining the meaning of the title of this book. In essence, the book studies boundary value problems for linear partial differ­ ential equations in a finite domain in n-dimensional Euclidean space. The problem that is investigated is the question of the dependence of the nature of the solvability of a given equation on the way in which the boundary conditions are chosen, i.e. on the supplementary requirements which the solution is to satisfy on specified parts of the boundary. The branch of mathematical analysis dealing with the study of boundary value problems for partial differential equations is often called mathematical physics. Classical courses in this subject usually consider quite restricted classes of equations, for which the problems have an immediate physical context, or generalizations of such problems. With the expanding domain of application of mathematical methods at the present time, there often arise problems connected with the study of partial differential equations that do not belong to any of the classical types. The elucidation of the correct formulation of these problems and the study of the specific properties of the solutions of similar equations are closely related to the study of questions of a general nature.
Reviews: 2
JoldGold
I used this as a supplementary text in my advanced differential equations class. It's brief but the information is great, I try and find a Springer text as a supplement in all my graduate level classes. I've yet to find a textbook by Springer to be bad. I often question why my professors don't just use them instead but I assume they have their reasons.
Qutalan
There appears to be a problem with Amazon's links between two books of the same title ("Partial Differential Equations"), one by Fritz John and another by Jeffrey Rauch, so that both links go to the same place.
Both books cover pretty much the same material, but the levels of difficulty and approaches differ widely. John's book focuses on advanced solutions techniques for the various types of equations, and is suitable for math majors as well as for advanced undergraduates or graduate students in physics or engineering. Rauch's book is much more theoretical and requires more mathematical maturity than John. It is probably of interest only to graduate mathematics students, who would probably find the presentation very interesting regardless of their specialization area.