Linear Mathematics In Infinite Dimensions
by U. H. Gerlach
Publisher: The Ohio State University 2015
Number of pages: 507
Contents: Infinite Dimensional Vector Spaces; Fourier Theory; Sturm-Liouville Theory; Green's Function Theory; Special Function Theory; Partial Differential Equations; System of Partial Differential Equations: How to Solve Maxwell's Equations Using Linear Algebra...
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