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Beginning partial differential equations

Author: Peter V O'Neil
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, ©2008.
Series: Pure and applied mathematics (John Wiley & Sons : Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Beginning Partial Differential Equations, Second Edition provides a comprehensive introduction to partial differential equations (PDEs) with a special focus on the significance of characteristics, solutions by Fourier series, integrals and transforms, properties and physical interpretations of solutions, and a transition to the modern function space approach to PDEs. With its breadth of coverage, this new edition  Read more...
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O'Neil, Peter V.
Beginning partial differential equations.
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, ©2008
(OCoLC)682187315
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter V O'Neil
ISBN: 9780470133903 0470133902
OCLC Number: 173368446
Notes: Includes index.
1. First Order Equations. Notation and Terminology. The Linear First Order Equation. The Significance of Characteristics. The Quasi-Linear Equation. 2. Linear Second Order Equations. Classification. The Hyperbolic Canonical Form. The Parabolic Canonical Form. The Elliptic Canonical Form. Some Equations of Mathematical Physics. The Second Order Cauchy Problem. Characteristics and the Cauchy Problem. Characteristics As Carriers of Discontinuities. 3. Elements of Fourier Analysis. Why Fourier Series?The Fourier Series of a Function. Convergence of Fourier Series. Sine and Cosine Expansions. The Fourier Integral. The Fourier Transform. Convolution. Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms. 4. The Wave Equation. The Cauchy Problem and d'Alembert's Solution.d'Alembert's Solution As a Sum of Waves. The Characteristic Triangle. The Wave Equation on a Half-Line. A Problem on a Half-Line With Moving End. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on the Real Line. A General Problem on a Closed Interval. Fourier Series Solutions on a Closed Interval. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on a Closed Interval. The Cauchy Problem by Fourier Integral. A Wave Equation in Two Space Dimensions. The Kirchhoff/Poisson Solution. Hadamard's Method of Descent. 5. The Heat Equation. The Cauchy Problem and Initial Conditions. The Weak Maximum Principle. Solutions on Bounded Intervals. The Heat Equation on the Real Line. The Heat Equation on the Half-Line. The Debate Over the Age of the Earth. The Nonhomogeneous Heat Equation. The Heat Equation In Several Space Variables. 6. Dirichlet and Neumann Problems. The Setting of the Problems. Some Harmonic Functions. Representation Theorems. Two Properties of Harmonic Functions. Is the Dirichlet Problem Well-Posed?Dirichlet Problem for a Rectangle. 7. Existence Theorems. A Classical Existence Theorem. A Hilbert Space Approach. Distributions and an Existence Theorem. 8. Additional Topics. Solutions by Eigenfunction Expansions. Numerical Approximations of Solutions. Burger's Equation. The Telegraph Equation. Poisson's Equation. 9. End Materials. Historical Notes. Glossary. Answers to Selected Exercises. 1. First Order Equations. Notation and Terminology. The Linear First Order Equation. The Significance of Characteristics. The Quasi-Linear Equation. 2. Linear Second Order Equations. Classification. The Hyperbolic Canonical Form. The Parabolic Canonical Form. The Elliptic Canonical Form. Some Equations of Mathematical Physics. The Second Order Cauchy Problem. Characteristics and the Cauchy Problem. Characteristics As Carriers of Discontinuities. 3. Elements of Fourier Analysis. Why Fourier Series?The Fourier Series of a Function. Convergence of Fourier Series. Sine and Cosine Expansions. The Fourier Integral. The Fourier Transform. Convolution. Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms. 4. The Wave Equation. The Cauchy Problem and d'Alembert's Solution.d'Alembert's Solution As a Sum of Waves. The Characteristic Triangle. The Wave Equation on a Half-Line. A Problem on a Half-Line With Moving End. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on the Real Line. A General Problem on a Closed Interval. Fourier Series Solutions on a Closed Interval. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on a Closed Interval. The Cauchy Problem by Fourier Integral. A Wave Equation in Two Space Dimensions. The Kirchhoff/Poisson Solution. Hadamard's Method of Descent. 5. The Heat Equation. The Cauchy Problem and Initial Conditions. The Weak Maximum Principle. Solutions on Bounded Intervals. The Heat Equation on the Real Line. The Heat Equation on the Half-Line. The Debate Over the Age of the Earth. The Nonhomogeneous Heat Equation. The Heat Equation In Several Space Variables. 6. Dirichlet and Neumann Problems. The Setting of the Problems. Some Harmonic Functions. Representation Theorems. Two Properties of Harmonic Functions. Is the Dirichlet Problem Well-Posed?Dirichlet Problem for a Rectangle. 7. Existence Theorems. A Classical Existence Theorem. A Hilbert Space Approach. Distributions and an Existence Theorem. 8. Additional Topics. Solutions by Eigenfunction Expansions. Numerical Approximations of Solutions. Burger's Equation. The Telegraph Equation. Poisson's Equation. 9. End Materials. Historical Notes. Glossary. Answers to Selected Exercises.
Description: ix, 477 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. First Order Equations. Notation and Terminology. The Linear First Order Equation. The Significance of Characteristics. The Quasi-Linear Equation. 2. Linear Second Order Equations. Classification. The Hyperbolic Canonical Form. The Parabolic Canonical Form. The Elliptic Canonical Form. Some Equations of Mathematical Physics. The Second Order Cauchy Problem. Characteristics and the Cauchy Problem. Characteristics As Carriers of Discontinuities. 3. Elements of Fourier Analysis. Why Fourier Series?The Fourier Series of a Function. Convergence of Fourier Series. Sine and Cosine Expansions. The Fourier Integral. The Fourier Transform. Convolution. Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms. 4. The Wave Equation. The Cauchy Problem and d'Alembert's Solution.d'Alembert's Solution As a Sum of Waves. The Characteristic Triangle. The Wave Equation on a Half-Line. A Problem on a Half-Line With Moving End. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on the Real Line. A General Problem on a Closed Interval. Fourier Series Solutions on a Closed Interval. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on a Closed Interval. The Cauchy Problem by Fourier Integral. A Wave Equation in Two Space Dimensions. The Kirchhoff/Poisson Solution. Hadamard's Method of Descent. 5. The Heat Equation. The Cauchy Problem and Initial Conditions. The Weak Maximum Principle. Solutions on Bounded Intervals. The Heat Equation on the Real Line. The Heat Equation on the Half-Line. The Debate Over the Age of the Earth. The Nonhomogeneous Heat Equation. The Heat Equation In Several Space Variables. 6. Dirichlet and Neumann Problems. The Setting of the Problems. Some Harmonic Functions. Representation Theorems. Two Properties of Harmonic Functions. Is the Dirichlet Problem Well-Posed?Dirichlet Problem for a Rectangle. 7. Existence Theorems. A Classical Existence Theorem. A Hilbert Space Approach. Distributions and an Existence Theorem. 8. Additional Topics. Solutions by Eigenfunction Expansions. Numerical Approximations of Solutions. Burger's Equation. The Telegraph Equation. Poisson's Equation. 9. End Materials. Historical Notes. Glossary. Answers to Selected Exercises. 1. First Order Equations. Notation and Terminology. The Linear First Order Equation. The Significance of Characteristics. The Quasi-Linear Equation. 2. Linear Second Order Equations. Classification. The Hyperbolic Canonical Form. The Parabolic Canonical Form. The Elliptic Canonical Form. Some Equations of Mathematical Physics. The Second Order Cauchy Problem. Characteristics and the Cauchy Problem. Characteristics As Carriers of Discontinuities. 3. Elements of Fourier Analysis. Why Fourier Series?The Fourier Series of a Function. Convergence of Fourier Series. Sine and Cosine Expansions. The Fourier Integral. The Fourier Transform. Convolution. Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms. 4. The Wave Equation. The Cauchy Problem and d'Alembert's Solution.d'Alembert's Solution As a Sum of Waves. The Characteristic Triangle. The Wave Equation on a Half-Line. A Problem on a Half-Line With Moving End. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on the Real Line. A General Problem on a Closed Interval. Fourier Series Solutions on a Closed Interval. A Nonhomogeneous Problem on a Closed Interval. The Cauchy Problem by Fourier Integral. A Wave Equation in Two Space Dimensions. The Kirchhoff/Poisson Solution. Hadamard's Method of Descent. 5. The Heat Equation. The Cauchy Problem and Initial Conditions. The Weak Maximum Principle. Solutions on Bounded Intervals. The Heat Equation on the Real Line. The Heat Equation on the Half-Line. The Debate Over the Age of the Earth. The Nonhomogeneous Heat Equation. The Heat Equation In Several Space Variables. 6. Dirichlet and Neumann Problems. The Setting of the Problems. Some Harmonic Functions. Representation Theorems. Two Properties of Harmonic Functions. Is the Dirichlet Problem Well-Posed?Dirichlet Problem for a Rectangle. 7. Existence Theorems. A Classical Existence Theorem. A Hilbert Space Approach. Distributions and an Existence Theorem. 8. Additional Topics. Solutions by Eigenfunction Expansions. Numerical Approximations of Solutions. Burger's Equation. The Telegraph Equation. Poisson's Equation. 9. End Materials. Historical Notes. Glossary. Answers to Selected Exercises.
Series Title: Pure and applied mathematics (John Wiley & Sons : Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Peter V. O'Neil.
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