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Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problems (2nd Edition)
Practical uses of DEs today are not single equations but rather looking at several DEs using a computer. The text is platform-neutral.
Includes revised coverage of exact first order equations Ch. The most geometric text available. Differential Equations and Solutions.
Solutions to Separable Equations. Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions.
Dependence of Solutions on Initial Conditions. Autonomous Equations and Stability. Models and the Real World. Second-Order Equations and Systems. Linear, Homogeneous Equations with Constant Coefficients. Inhomogeneous Equations; the Method of Undetermined Coefficients. The Definition of the Laplace Transform.
Basic Properties of the Laplace Transform The Inverse Polkinb Transform. Practical Use of Solvers. Solving Systems of Equations. Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Systems. Bases of a subspace. An Introduction to Systems.
Geometric Interpretation of Solutions. Properties of Linear Systems. Linear Systems with Constant Coefficients. Overview of the Technique. The Exponential of a Matrix. Qualitative Analysis of Linear Systems. The Linearization of a Nonlinear System. Long-Term Behavior of Solutions. Invariant Sets and the Use of Nullclines.
The Method of Lyapunov.
Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problems, 2nd Edition
Series Solutions to Differential Equations. Review of Power Series. Series Solutions Near Ordinary Points. Computation of Fourier Series. Convergence of Fourier Series.
Fourier Cosine and Sine Series. The Complex Form of a Fourier Series. Derivation of the Heat Equation. Separation of Variables for the Heat Equation. Orthogonality and Generalized Fourier Series. Temperature in a Ball—Legendre Polynomials. Domains with Circular Symmetry—Bessel Functions.
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Complex Numbers and Matrices. Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.
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