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Nonlinear dynamic systems and Carleman linearization

by Kowalski, Krysztof L.

Language: English Publisher: London World Scientific 1991Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.355 KOW/N] (1).
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Ordinary differential equations

by Tenenbaum, Morris | Pollard, Harry.

Language: English Publisher: New York Dover Publications 1986Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 515.35 TEN/O] (4). Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.35 TEN/O] (1).
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Partial differential equations: an introduction

by Strauss, Walter A.

Edition: 2nd ed. Language: English Publisher: New York John Wiley & Sons 2008Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 STR/P] (1). Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 STR/P] (1).
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An elementary course in partial differential equations

by Amaranath, T.

Edition: 2nd ed. Language: English Publisher: New Delhi Narosa Publishing House 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 AMA/E] (1).
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Elementary differential equations and boundary value problems

by Boyce, W. E | DiPrima, Richard C.

Edition: 9th ed. Language: English Publisher: New Delhi Wiley 2009Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 515.35 BOY/E] (4). Checked out (1).
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Elliptic partial differential equations of second order

by Gilbarg, David | Trudinger, Neil S.

Language: English Publisher: Berlin Springer-Verlag 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.3533] (1).
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Nonlinear parabolic and elliptic equations

by Pao, C. V.

Edition: 1st ed. Language: English Publisher: New York Springer 1992Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.3533 PAO/N] (1).
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Nonlinear analysis and semilinear elliptic problems, Vol.104

by Ambrosetti, Antonio | Malchiodi, Andrea.

Language: English Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2007Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.3533 AMB/N] (1).
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Mathematical methods for physicists: a comprehensive guide

by Arfken, George B | Weber, Hans J | Harris, Frank E.

Edition: 7th ed. Language: English Publisher: Waltham Academic Press 2013Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 530.15 ARF/M] (3). Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 530.15 ARF/M] (1).
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Nonlinear systems analysis, Vol.42

by Vidyasagar, M.

Edition: 2nd ed. Language: English Publisher: Philadelphia Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics(SIAM) c2002Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 515.355 VID/N] (1). Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.355 VID/N] (1).
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Differential equations, dynamical systems, and an introduction to chaos (eBook)

by Hirsch, Morris W | Smale, Stephen | Devaney, Robert L.

Edition: 3rd ed. Language: English Publisher: Oxford Elsevier c2013Online access: Click here to access online Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library (1).
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Partial differential equations: an accessible route through theory and applications

by Vasy, Andras.

Language: English Publisher: Providence American Mathematical Society 2015Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 VAS/P] (1). Checked out (1).
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A basic course in partial differential equations

by Han, Qing.

Language: English Publisher: Providence American Mathematical Society 2011Availability: Items available for reference: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 HAN/B] (1). Checked out (1).
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Partial differential equations

by Evans, Lawrence C.

Edition: 2nd ed. Language: English Publisher: Hyderabad American Mathematical Society 2014Availability: Items available for loan: Central Library [Call number: 515.353 EVA/P] (9). Checked out (1).

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