**Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences II**

by Christoph Kirsch

**Publisher**: University of North Carolina 2011**Number of pages**: 209

**Description**:

Topics covered: Introduction to boundary value problems for the diffusion, Laplace and wave partial differential equations; Bessel functions and Legendre functions; Introduction to complex variables including the calculus of residues.

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