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 "Preface Many problems in the physical world can be modeled by partial differential equations, from applications as diverse as the flow of heat, the vibration of a ball, the propagation of sound waves, the diffusion of ink in a glass of water, electric and magnetic fields, the spread of algae along the ocean's surface, the fluctuation in the price of a stock option, and the quantum mechanical behavior of a hydrogen atom. However, as with any area of applied mathematics, the field of PDEs is interesting not only because of its applications, but because it has taken on a mathematical life of its own. The author has written this book with both ideas in mind, in the hope that the student will appreciate the usefulness of the subject and, at the same time, get a glimpse into the beauty of some of the underlying mathematics. This text is suitable for a twosemester introduction to partial differential equations and Fourier series for students who have had basic courses in multivariable calculus (through Stokes's and the Divergence Theorems) and ordinary differential equations. Over the years, the author has taught much of the material to undergraduate mathematics, physics and engineering students at Penn State and Fairfield Universities, as well as to engineering graduate students at Penn State and mathematics and engineering graduate students at Fairfield. It is assumed that the student has not had a course in real analysis. Thus, we treat pointwise convergence of Fourier series and do not talk about meansquare convergence until Chapter 8 (and, there, in terms of the Riemann, and not the Lebesgue, integral). Further, we feel that it is not appropriate to introduce so subtle an idea as uniform convergence in this setting, so we discuss it only in the Appendices"
 Language
 eng
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Extent
 xiv, 669 pages
 Isbn
 9781439898499
 Label
 An introduction to partial differential equations with MATLAB
 Title
 An introduction to partial differential equations with MATLAB
 Statement of responsibility
 Matthew P. Coleman
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 "Preface Many problems in the physical world can be modeled by partial differential equations, from applications as diverse as the flow of heat, the vibration of a ball, the propagation of sound waves, the diffusion of ink in a glass of water, electric and magnetic fields, the spread of algae along the ocean's surface, the fluctuation in the price of a stock option, and the quantum mechanical behavior of a hydrogen atom. However, as with any area of applied mathematics, the field of PDEs is interesting not only because of its applications, but because it has taken on a mathematical life of its own. The author has written this book with both ideas in mind, in the hope that the student will appreciate the usefulness of the subject and, at the same time, get a glimpse into the beauty of some of the underlying mathematics. This text is suitable for a twosemester introduction to partial differential equations and Fourier series for students who have had basic courses in multivariable calculus (through Stokes's and the Divergence Theorems) and ordinary differential equations. Over the years, the author has taught much of the material to undergraduate mathematics, physics and engineering students at Penn State and Fairfield Universities, as well as to engineering graduate students at Penn State and mathematics and engineering graduate students at Fairfield. It is assumed that the student has not had a course in real analysis. Thus, we treat pointwise convergence of Fourier series and do not talk about meansquare convergence until Chapter 8 (and, there, in terms of the Riemann, and not the Lebesgue, integral). Further, we feel that it is not appropriate to introduce so subtle an idea as uniform convergence in this setting, so we discuss it only in the Appendices"
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 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Coleman, Matthew P
 Dewey number
 515/.353028553
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA371.35
 LC item number
 .C66 2013
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 bibliography
 programmed texts
 Series statement
 Chapman & Hall/CRC applied mathematics and nonlinear science series
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Differential equations, Partial
 MATHEMATICS / Applied
 MATHEMATICS / Differential Equations
 Partielle Differentialgleichung
 MATLAB
 Label
 An introduction to partial differential equations with MATLAB, Matthew P. Coleman
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 647654) and index
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Dimensions
 25 cm.
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Extent
 xiv, 669 pages
 Isbn
 9781439898499
 Isbn Type
 (ebook)
 Lccn
 2012050932
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Other physical details
 illustrations
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 422753901okla_normanlaw
 (SIRSI)4227539
 (Sirsi) i9781439898468
 Label
 An introduction to partial differential equations with MATLAB, Matthew P. Coleman
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 647654) and index
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Dimensions
 25 cm.
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Extent
 xiv, 669 pages
 Isbn
 9781439898499
 Isbn Type
 (ebook)
 Lccn
 2012050932
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 422753901okla_normanlaw
 (SIRSI)4227539
 (Sirsi) i9781439898468
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