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F. M. Arscott 
Periodic differential equations: An Introduction to Mathieu, Lame, and Allied 
026264 
1964 
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Richard Bronson 
Schaum's outline of differential equations 
025972 
2014 
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L. V. Ovsyannikov 
Lectures on the theory of group properties of differential equations 
025025 
2013 
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Paul Blanchard 
Differential equations 
024714 
2011 
Book 

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Peter B. Gilkey 
Invariance theory: The heat equation and the AtiyahSinger index theorem 
022459 
1994 
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Boros, George 
Irresistible integrals : Symbolics, analysis and experiments in the evaluation of integrals 
019907 
2004 
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Kells, Lyman M 
Elementary differential equations 
019598 
1954 
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A.R. Forsyth 
Solutions of the examples in a treatise on differential equations 
019489 
1923 
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King, A.C. 
Differential equations: Linear, nonlinear, ordinary, partial 
018230 
2003 
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Zafar Ahsan 
Differential equations and their applications 
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Title  Differential equations 
Author(s)  Paul Blanchard;Robert L. Devaney;Glen R. Hall 
Edition  4th International ed. 
Publication  Canada, Brooks/Cole, 2011. 
Description  xviii, 836p. 
Abstract Note  Incorporating an innovative modeling approach, this text for a onesemester differential equations course emphasizes conceptual understanding to help students relate information taught in the classroom to realworld experiences. Going beyond a traditional emphasis on technique, the authors focus on understanding how differential equations are formulated and interpreting their meaning to applied models from a variety of disciplines. A threepronged qualitative, numeric, and analytic approach stresses visualizing differential equations geometrically, utilizing the latest computational technology to investigate the behavior of solutions, and predicting the behavior of solutions as they apply to models. The presentation weaves various points of view together so students become adept at moving between different representations to solve nonlinear differential equations equally well as traditional linear equations. Certain models reappear throughout the text as running themes to synthesize different concepts from multiple angles, and a dynamical systems focus emphasizes predicting the longterm behavior of these recurring models. Students will discover how to identify and harness the mathematics they will use in their careers, and apply it effectively outside the classroom. 
ISBN,Price  978133110590 : US $94.00(PB) 
Classification  517.9

Keyword(s)  1. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
2. LAPLACE TRANSFORMATION
3. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS
4. NUMERICAL METHODS

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