## e-books in Calculus of Variations category

**Lectures on the Calculus of Variations**

by

**Harris Hancock**-

**Cincinnati University Press**,

**1904**

Instead of giving separate accounts of Legendre's and Jacobi's works introductory to the general treatment, I have produced their discoveries in the proper places in the text, and avoided confusion which otherwise might be experienced by students...

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**Lectures on the Calculus of Variations**

by

**Oskar Bolza**-

**The University of Chicago press**,

**1904**

The emphasis lies entirely on the theoretical side: I have endeavored to give clear definitions of the fundamental concepts, sharp formulations of the problems, and rigorous demonstrations. Difficult points have received special attention.

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**Variational Analysis**

by

**R. Tyrrell Rockafellar, Roger J-B Wets**-

**Springer**,

**2009**

This book provides a detailed exposition of variational geometry and subdifferential calculus in their current forms beyond classical and convex analysis. Also covered are set-convergence, set-valued mappings, epi-convergence, duality, etc.

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**Calculus of Variations**

by

**Erich Miersemann**-

**Leipzig University**,

**2012**

These notes are intended as a straightforward introduction to the calculus of variations which can serve as a textbook for undergraduate and beginning graduate students. The text covers functions of n variables and ordinary differential equations.

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**Selected Chapters in the Calculus of Variations**

by

**Jürgen Moser**-

**Birkhäuser**,

**2003**

These notes describe the Aubry-Mather-Theory within the calculus of variations. The text consists of the original lectures of Juergen Moser and a bibliographic appendix with comments on the current state of the art in this field of interest.

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**A History of the Progress of the Calculus of Variations during the Nineteenth Century**

by

**Isaac Todhunter**-

**Adamant Media Corporation**,

**2005**

The book traces the progress of the Calculus of Variations during the nineteenth century: Lagrange and and Lacroix, Dirksen and Ohm, Gauss, Poisson, Ostrogradsky, Delaunay, Sarrus, Cauchy, Legendre, Brunacci, and Jacobi.

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