ISBN 9788131202333,Difference Equations

Difference Equations

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ISBN 9788131202333
Publisher

Elsevier India

Publication Year 2009
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788131202333

ISBN-10 813120233X
Binding

Hard Back

Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 414 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Reference Work

Key Features
Phase Plane Analysis For Systems Of Two Linear Equations
Use Of Equations Of Variation To Approximate Solutions
Fundamental Matrices And Floquet Theory For Periodic Systems
Lasalle Invariance Theorem
Additional Applications: Secant Line Method, Bison Problem, Juvenile-Adult Population Model, Probability Theory
Appendix On The Use Of Mathematica For Analyzing Difference Equaitons
Exponential Generating Functions
Many New Examples And Exercises
Description
Difference Equations, Second Edition , Presents A Practical Introduction To This Important Field Of Solutions For Engineering And The Physical Sciences. Topic Coverage Includes Numerical Analysis, Numerical Methods, Differential Equations, Combinatorics And Discrete Modeling. A Hallmark Of This Revision Is The Diverse Application To Many Subfields Of Mathematics.

Readership
Intended For Courses On Difference Equations, Algorithms, Discrete Math, And Differential Equations.
Quotes
@Qu:"The First Edition Of This Book Has Been The Best Introduction To Difference Equations Available; The Second Edition Improves This Even Further."
@Source:--Martin Bohner, University Of Missouri-Rolla
@Qu:"The Authors Have Their Finger On The Current Trends In Difference Equations. This Is A Well-Written Textbook By Authors Who Are Known As Teachers And Expositors."
@Source:--Johnny Henderson, Auburn University
Author Information
By Walter G. Kelley , University Of Oklahoma, Norman, U.S.A.; And Allan C. Peterson , University Of Nebraska, Lincoln, U.S.A.

Table Of Contents
Introduction.
The Difference Calculus.
Linear Difference Equations.
Stability Theory.
Asymptotic Methods.
The Self-Adjoint Second Order Linear Equation.
The Sturm-Liouville Problem.
Discrete Calculus Of Variations.
Boundary Value Problems For Nonlinear Equations.
Partial Difference Equations.
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