## About Book

Differential Equations with Applications to Mathematical Physics written by WF Ames, EM Harrell, JV Herod . Since the days of Newton, Leibniz, Euler and Laplace, mathematical physics has been inseparably bound to differential equations. Physical and engineering problems continue to provide very important models for mathematicians studying differential equations, as well as valuable intuition as to the solutions and properties. In recent years, advances in computation and in nonlinear functional analysis have brought rigorous theory closer to realistic applications, and a mathematical physicist must now be quite knowledgeable in these areas. In this volume the authors have selected several articles on the forefront of research in differential equations and mathematical physics. Authors have made an effort to ensure that the articles are readable as well as topical, and have been fortunate to include as contributions many luminaries of the field as well as several young mathematicians doing creative and important work. Some of the articles are closely tied to work presented at the International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, a large conference which the editors organized in March, 1992, with the support and sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, the Georgia Tech Foundation, and IMACS.

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