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Boundary Value Problem of Mathematical Physics Volume 2

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The present book is an outgrowth of a series of courses which i taught, first at Harvard and later at Northwestern, to classes consisting primarily of graduate students in engineering and in the physical sciences. By definition a boundary value problem consists of an ordinary or partial differential equation with associated boundary or initial conditions. Attention will be directed to both analytic and approximate methods for the solution of linear boundary value problems. The principal analytic methods employ either an function expansion or a Green’s function. Their full understanding will require the development of a number of mathematical topics such as the theory of distributions, generalized solutions of differential equations, external principals and the spectral theory of differential and integral operators.

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