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An introduction to the mathematical theory of waves

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American Mathematical Society, Institute for Advanced Study , Providence, R.I
Wave motion, Theo
StatementRoger Knobel.
SeriesStudent mathematical library -- v. 3. -- IAS/Park City mathematical subseries, Student mathematical library -- v. 3., Student mathematical library
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA927 .K693 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 196 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13569061M
ISBN 100821820397
LC Control Number99039055
OCLC/WorldCa41967027

This book is based on an undergraduate course taught at the IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute (Utah) on linear and nonlinear waves. The first part of the text overviews the concept of a wave, describes one-dimensional waves using functions of two variables, provides an introduction to partial differential equations, and discusses computer-aided visualization Cited by:   This book is based on an undergraduate course taught at the IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute (Utah) on linear and nonlinear waves.

The first part of the text overviews the concept of a wave, describes one-dimensional waves using functions of two variables, provides an introduction to partial differential equations, and discusses computer-aided.

Linear and nonlinear waves are a central part of the theory of PDEs. This book begins with a description of one-dimensional waves and their visualization through computer-aided techniques. Next, traveling waves are covered, such as solitary waves.

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