by Mihir Sen, Joseph M. Powers
Publisher: University of Notre Dame 2010
Number of pages: 432
Multidimensional calculus, linear analysis, linear operators, vector algebra, ordinary differential equations. The course is directed at first year graduate students in engineering. It is open to undergraduates who wish to become better prepared for graduate studies or become more proficient in the techniques of applied mathematics.
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