Chapter 6 is very short. It begins with a little vector analysis and ends with a brief discussion of what it means for a problem to be well posed: existence and uniqueness of solutions together with continuous dependence on the initial conditions. A famous example of Hadamard is presented in problem 5.

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Since one could easily devote a whole course to this material, it is hard to quibble with this decision. Separation of variables for PDEs appears for the first time near the beginning of this chapter. Chapter 8 is on the wave equation and runs to 70 pages.

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It takes a surprisingly long time to come back to Fourier series, but in the last few sections we do, and they appear again in chapter 9, a mere 26 pages on the heat equation. Chapter 10 is on systems of PDEs and is also rather short.

## Introduction to Partial Differential Equations with Applications

In the unlikely event that I were to teach such a course, familiarity and price would make it an attractive option. I might put it a little higher: we were able to reach chapter 9, but we skipped quite a few things. It could also be used at the beginning graduate level, though I think it would work better with physics and engineering students than with budding mathematicians.

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## Lectures on Partial Differential Equations (Dover Books on Mathematics)

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Vibrations of bounded bodies Introduction Uniqueness of the mixed initial and boundary-value problem Continuous dependence of the solution on the initial data The Fourier method for the equation of a vibrating string The general Fourier method introductory considerations General properties of eigenfunctions and eigenvalues Justification of the Fourier method Another justification of the Fourier method Investigation of the vibration of a membrane Supplementary information concerning eigenfunctions Chapter III.

Elliptic equations The minimum-maximum property and its consequences Solution of the Dirichlet problem for a circle Theorems on the fundamental properties of harmonic functions Proof of the existence of a solution of Dirichlet's problem The exterior Dirichlet problem The Neumann problem the second boundary-value problem Potential theory Application of potential theory to the solution of boundary-value problems Approximate solution of the Dirichlet problem by the method of finite differences Survey of the most important results for general elliptic equations Chapter IV.

Parabolic equations Conduction of heat in a bounded strip the first boundary-value problem Conduction of heat in an infinite strip the Cauchy problem Survey of some further investigations of equations of the parabolic type. Show More Show Less. Compare similar products.