Differential Equations: Their Solution Using Symmetries

Differential Equations: Their Solution Using Symmetries
Cambridge University Press | January 26, 1990 | ISBN-10: 0521355311 | 272 pages | DJVU | 1.91 mb

In many branches of physics, mathematics, and engineering, solving a problem means solving a set of ordinary or partial differential equations. Nearly all methods of constructing closed form solutions rely on symmetries. The emphasis in this text is on how to find and use the symmetries; this is supported by many examples and more than 100 exercises. This book will form an introduction accessible to beginning graduate students in physics, applied mathematics, and engineering. Advanced graduate students and researchers in these disciplines will find the book a valuable reference.

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