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Book DetailsAMS Chelsea PublishingVolume: 295; 1977; 205 ppMSC: Primary 45; 34; 35
From the Preface: “The aim of this book is to offer a discussion of the fundamental concepts in the theory of differential and integral equations, with a view toward preparing the reader for graduatelevel courses on advanced topics. This book can also serve a graduatelevel course for nonmathematics majors. Students of various disciplines have found an increasing need to study such topics as control theory and systems theory, which are mainly based on differential equations, integral operators, and related concepts. The material included in this text will provide sufficient basis for understanding these areas of investigation. The prerequisites are a good course in advanced calculus ... some preparation in linear algebra, and a reasonable acquaintance with elementary complex analysis ... [T]he book can be used as a first course in differential and integral equations by any reader possessing knowledge of the abovementioned fields.”

Table of Contents

Front Cover

Title Page

Preface

Contents

Introduction

1. Some Elementary Methods

2. Existence Theory for Differential Equations

3. Some Global Problems for Ordinary Differential Equations

4. Some Special Classes of Differential Systems and Equations

5. Stability Theory of Ordinary Differential Systems

6. Volterra Integral Equations

7. Fredholm Theory of Linear Integral Equations

8. Theory of SelfAdjoint Integral Equations and Some Applications

9. Miscellanea (Nice Things)

References

Index

Back Cover


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From the Preface: “The aim of this book is to offer a discussion of the fundamental concepts in the theory of differential and integral equations, with a view toward preparing the reader for graduatelevel courses on advanced topics. This book can also serve a graduatelevel course for nonmathematics majors. Students of various disciplines have found an increasing need to study such topics as control theory and systems theory, which are mainly based on differential equations, integral operators, and related concepts. The material included in this text will provide sufficient basis for understanding these areas of investigation. The prerequisites are a good course in advanced calculus ... some preparation in linear algebra, and a reasonable acquaintance with elementary complex analysis ... [T]he book can be used as a first course in differential and integral equations by any reader possessing knowledge of the abovementioned fields.”

Front Cover

Title Page

Preface

Contents

Introduction

1. Some Elementary Methods

2. Existence Theory for Differential Equations

3. Some Global Problems for Ordinary Differential Equations

4. Some Special Classes of Differential Systems and Equations

5. Stability Theory of Ordinary Differential Systems

6. Volterra Integral Equations

7. Fredholm Theory of Linear Integral Equations

8. Theory of SelfAdjoint Integral Equations and Some Applications

9. Miscellanea (Nice Things)

References

Index

Back Cover