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Principles of Differential Equations

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Principles of Differential Equations

Principles of Differential Equations

Nelson G. Markley

340 pages, parution le 18/08/2004


An accessible, practical introduction to the principles of differential equations

The field of differential equations is a keystone of scientific knowledge today, with broad applications in mathematics, engineering, physics, and other scientific fields. Encompassing both basic concepts and advanced results, Principles of Differential Equations is the definitive, hands-on introduction professionals and students need in order to gain a strong knowledge base applicable to the many different subfields of differential equations and dynamical systems.

Nelson Markley includes essential background from analysis and linear algebra, in a unified approach to ordinary differential equations that underscores how key theoretical ingredients interconnect. Opening with basic existence and uniqueness results, Principles of Differential Equations systematically illuminates the theory, progressing through linear systems to stable manifolds and bifurcation theory. Other vital topics covered include:

  • Basic dynamical systems concepts
  • Constant coefficients
  • Stability
  • The Poincaré return map
  • Smooth vector fields

As a comprehensive resource with complete proofs and more than 200 exercises, Principles of Differential Equations is the ideal self-study reference for professionals, and an effective introduction and tutorial for students.

L'auteur - Nelson G. Markley

Nelson G. Markley, PhD, was a faculty member in the Mathematics Department at the University of Maryland before moving to Lehigh University where he served as Provost and then Senior Vice President. He has published numerous research papers including recent work in the Journal of Differential Equations, and is the author of an elementary text on probability used by thousands of university students over some twenty years. He received his doctoral degree from Yale University.


  • Fundamental Theorems
  • Classical Themes
  • Linear Differential Equations
  • Constant Coefficients
  • Stability
  • The Poincare Return Map
  • Smooth Vector Fields
  • Hyperbolic Phenomenon
  • Bifurcations
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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Nelson G. Markley
Parution 18/08/2004
Nb. de pages 340
Format 16 x 24
Couverture Relié
Poids 635g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780471649564


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