Dahlard L. Lukes - Differential Equations Classical to Controlled


This book deals with the classical theory of differential equations, showing some of the impact that computers and control theory are having on the subject. It is based on notes that I developed in recent years while teaching an advanced-undergraduate beginning-graduate course aimed at applied mathematics and engineering students. These notes succeeded better than the numerous textbooks that I tried in dealing with the somewhat heterogeneous background of my students. All had studied calculus and beginning differential equations and had some familiarity with matrix manipulations. Additional courses in advanced calculus or analysis proved helpful but were not crucial. The book provides a basis for a onesemester course for such students. To complete the text, say in a secondsemester course, the students should first have acquired some knowledge of analysis, linear algebra, and topology.

Год издания: 1982

Издательство: ACADEMIC PRESS

Формат: PDF

Страниц: 337

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