Lectures on Partial Differential Equations

Lectures on Partial Differential Equations

Lectures on Partial Differential Equations
by G.B. Folland

Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1983
ISBN/ASIN: 354012280X
Number of pages: 145

Description:
The purpose of the course was to introduce the students in the Programme in Application of Mathematics to the applications of Fourier analysis -- by which I mean the study of convolution operators as well as the Fourier transform itself -- to partial differential equations.

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