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## Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Martha L. Abell,James P. Braselton
Release Date : 2016-09-08
Category :
Total pages :900

"Differential Equations with Mathematica, Fourth Edition" is a supplementing reference which uses the fundamental concepts of the popular platform to solve (analytically, numerically, and/or graphically) differential equations of interest to students, instructors, and scientists. Mathematica s diversity makes it particularly well suited to performing calculations encountered when solving many ordinary and partial differential equations. In some cases, Mathematica s built-in functions can immediately solve a differential equation by providing an explicit, implicit, or numerical solution. In other cases, mathematica can be used to perform the calculations encountered when solving a differential equation. Because one goal of elementary differential equations courses is to introduce students to basic methods and algorithms so that they gain proficiency in them, nearly every topic covered this book introduces basic commands, also including typical examples of their application. A study of differential equations relies on concepts from calculus and linear algebra, so this text also includes discussions of relevant commands useful in those areas. In many cases, seeing a solution graphically is most meaningful, so the book relies heavily on Mathematica s outstanding graphics capabilities. Demonstrates how to take advantage of the advanced features of Mathematica 10Introduces the fundamental theory of ordinary and partial differential equations using Mathematica to solve typical problems of interest to students, instructors, scientists, and practitioners in many fieldsShowcases practical applications and case studies drawn from biology, physics, and engineering"

## Symmetry Analysis of Differential Equations with Mathematica®

Author : Gerd Baumann
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2014-01-20
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :521

The first book to explicitly use Mathematica so as to allow researchers and students to more easily compute and solve almost any kind of differential equation using Lie's theory. Previously time-consuming and cumbersome calculations are now much more easily and quickly performed using the Mathematica computer algebra software. The material in this book, and on the accompanying CD-ROM, will be of interest to a broad group of scientists, mathematicians and engineers involved in dealing with symmetry analysis of differential equations. Each section of the book starts with a theoretical discussion of the material, then shows the application in connection with Mathematica. The cross-platform CD-ROM contains Mathematica (version 3.0) notebooks which allow users to directly interact with the code presented within the book. In addition, the author's proprietary "MathLie" software is included, so users can readily learn to use this powerful tool in regard to performing algebraic computations.

## Partial Differential Equations and Mathematica

Author : Prem K. Kythe,Michael R. Schäferkotter,Pratap Puri
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2002-11-12
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :440

Early training in the elementary techniques of partial differential equations is invaluable to students in engineering and the sciences as well as mathematics. However, to be effective, an undergraduate introduction must be carefully designed to be challenging, yet still reasonable in its demands. Judging from the first edition's popularity, instructors and students agree that despite the subject's complexity, it can be made fairly easy to understand. Revised and updated to reflect the latest version of Mathematica, Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems with Mathematica, Second Edition meets the needs of mathematics, science, and engineering students even better. While retaining systematic coverage of theory and applications, the authors have made extensive changes that improve the text's accessibility, thoroughness, and practicality. New in this edition: Upgraded and expanded Mathematica sections that include more exercises An entire chapter on boundary value problems More on inverse operators, Legendre functions, and Bessel functions Simplified treatment of Green's functions that make it more accessible to undergraduates A section on the numerical computation of Green's functions Mathemcatica codes for solving most of the problems discussed Boundary value problems from continuum mechanics, particularly on boundary layers and fluctuating flows Wave propagation and dispersion With its emphasis firmly on solution methods, this book is ideal for any mathematics curricula. It succeeds not only in preparing readers to meet the challenge of PDEs, but also in imparting the inherent beauty and applicability of the subject.

## Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Alfred Gray,Michael Mezzino,Mark A. Pinsky
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 1997-06-20
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :890

These materials - developed and thoroughly class tested over many years by the authors -are for use in courses at the sophomore/junior level. A prerequisite is the calculus of one variable, although calculus of several variables, and linear algebra are recommended. The text covers the standard topics in first and second order equations, power series solutions, first order systems, Laplace transforms, numerical methods and stability of non-linear systems. Liberal use is made of programs in Mathematica, both for symbolic computations and graphical displays. The programs are described in separate sections, as well as in the accompanying Mathematica notebooks. However, the book has been designed so that it can be read with or without Mathematica and no previous knowledge of Mathematica is required. The CD-ROM contains the Mathematica solution of worked examples, a selection of various Mathematica notebooks, Mathematica movies and sample labs for students. Mathematica programs and additional problem/example files will be available online through the TELOS Web site and the authors dedicated web site.

## Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Martha L. L. Abell,James P. Braselton
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2004-02-23
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :890

The Third Edition of the Differential Equations with Mathematica integrates new applications from a variety of fields,especially biology, physics, and engineering. The new handbook is also completely compatible with recent versions of Mathematica and is a perfect introduction for Mathematica beginners. * Focuses on the most often used features of Mathematica for the beginning Mathematica user * New applications from a variety of fields, including engineering, biology, and physics * All applications were completed using recent versions of Mathematica

## VisualDSolve

Author : Dan Schwalbe,Stan Wagon
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2011-09-17
Category : Computers
Total pages :271

This title presents new ideas on the visualization of differential equations with user-configurable tools. The authors use the widely-used computer algebra system, Mathematica, to provide an integrated environment for programming, visualizing graphics, and running commentary for learning and working with differential equations.

## Differential Equations with Mathematica, Revised for Mathematica 3.0

Author : Kevin R. Coombes,Brian R. Hunt,Ronald L. Lipsman
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Release Date : 1998-01-05
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :240

This book changes the emphasis in the traditional ordinary differential equations (ODE) course by using a mathematical software system to introduce numerical methods, geometric interpretation, symbolic computation, and qualitative analysis into the course in a basic way. Includes concise instructions for using Mathematica on three popular computer platforms: Windows, Macintosh, and the X Window System. It focuses on the specific features of Mathematica that are useful for analyzing differential equations, and it also describes the features of the Mathematica "Notebook" interface that are necessary for creating a finished document.

## Calculus and Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Pramote Dechaumphai
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2016
Category : Calculus
Total pages :428

## Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Kevin Robert Coombes
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Release Date : 1995
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :218

## Symmetry Analysis of Differential Equations with Mathematica®

Author : Gerd Baumann
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2000-04-20
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :521

The first book to explicitly use Mathematica so as to allow researchers and students to more easily compute and solve almost any kind of differential equation using Lie's theory. Previously time-consuming and cumbersome calculations are now much more easily and quickly performed using the Mathematica computer algebra software. The material in this book, and on the accompanying CD-ROM, will be of interest to a broad group of scientists, mathematicians and engineers involved in dealing with symmetry analysis of differential equations. Each section of the book starts with a theoretical discussion of the material, then shows the application in connection with Mathematica. The cross-platform CD-ROM contains Mathematica (version 3.0) notebooks which allow users to directly interact with the code presented within the book. In addition, the author's proprietary "MathLie" software is included, so users can readily learn to use this powerful tool in regard to performing algebraic computations.

## Partial Differential Equations and Mathematica

Author : Prem K. Kythe,Michael R. Schäferkotter,Pratap Puri
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2018-10-03
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :440

Early training in the elementary techniques of partial differential equations is invaluable to students in engineering and the sciences as well as mathematics. However, to be effective, an undergraduate introduction must be carefully designed to be challenging, yet still reasonable in its demands. Judging from the first edition's popularity, instructors and students agree that despite the subject's complexity, it can be made fairly easy to understand. Revised and updated to reflect the latest version of Mathematica, Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems with Mathematica, Second Edition meets the needs of mathematics, science, and engineering students even better. While retaining systematic coverage of theory and applications, the authors have made extensive changes that improve the text's accessibility, thoroughness, and practicality. New in this edition: Upgraded and expanded Mathematica sections that include more exercises An entire chapter on boundary value problems More on inverse operators, Legendre functions, and Bessel functions Simplified treatment of Green's functions that make it more accessible to undergraduates A section on the numerical computation of Green's functions Mathemcatica codes for solving most of the problems discussed Boundary value problems from continuum mechanics, particularly on boundary layers and fluctuating flows Wave propagation and dispersion With its emphasis firmly on solution methods, this book is ideal for any mathematics curricula. It succeeds not only in preparing readers to meet the challenge of PDEs, but also in imparting the inherent beauty and applicability of the subject.

## Integral Calculus and Differential Equations Using Mathematica

Author : Cesar Perez Lopez
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date : 2016-01-16
Category :
Total pages :166

This book provides all the material needed to work on Integral Calculus and Differential Equations using Mathematica. It includes techniques for solving all kinds of integral and its applications for calculating lengths of curves, areas, volumes, surfaces of revolution... With Mathematica is possible solve ordinary and partial differential equations of various kinds, and systems of such equations, either symbolically or using numerical methods (Euler's method,, the Runge-Kutta method,...). It also describes how to implement mathematical tools such as the Laplace transform, orthogonal polynomials, and special functions (Airy and Bessel functions), and find solutions of differential equations in partial derivatives.The main content of the book is as follows:PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICA 1.1 CALCULATION NUMERIC WITH MATHEMATICA 1.2 SYMBOLIC CALCULATION WITH MATHEMATICA 1.3 GRAPHICS WITH MATHEMATICA 1.4 MATHEMATICA AND THE PROGRAMMING INTEGRATION AND APPLICATIONS 2.1 INDEFINITE INTEGRALS 2.1.1 Inmediate integrals 2.2 INTEGRATION BY SUBSTITUTION (OR CHANGE OF VARIABLES) 2.2.1 Exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic and inverse circular functions 2.2.2 Irrational functions, binomial integrals 2.3 INTEGRATION BY PARTS 2.4 INTEGRATION BY REDUCTION AND CYCLIC INTEGRATION DEFINITE INTEGRALS. CURVE ARC LENGTH, AREAS, VOLUMES AND SURFACES OF REVOLUTION. IMPROPER INTEGRALS 3.1 DEFINITE INTEGRALS 3.2 CURVE ARC LENGTH 3.3 THE AREA ENCLOSED BETWEEN CURVES 3.4 SURFACES OF REVOLUTION 3.5 VOLUMES OF REVOLUTION 3.6 CURVILINEAR INTEGRALS 3.7 IMPROPER INTEGRALS 3.8 PARAMETER DEPENDENT INTEGRALS 3.9 THE RIEMANN INTEGRAL INTEGRATION IN SEVERAL VARIABLES AND APPLICATIONS. AREAS AND VOLUMES. DIVERGENCE, STOKES AND GREEN'S THEOREMS 4.1 AREAS AND DOUBLE INTEGRALS 4.2 SURFACE AREA BY DOUBLE INTEGRATION 4.3 VOLUME CALCULATION BY DOUBLE INTEGRALS 4.4 VOLUME CALCULATION AND TRIPLE INTEGRALS 4.5 GREEN'S THEOREM 4.6 THE DIVERGENCE THEOREM 4.7 STOKES' THEOREM FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. SEPARATES VARIABLES, EXACT EQUATIONS, LINEAR AND HOMOGENEOUS EQUATIONS. NUMERIACAL METHODS 5.1 SEPARATION OF VARIABLES 5.2 HOMOGENEOUS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 5.3 EXACT DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 5.4 LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 5.5 NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS TO DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF THE FIRST ORDER HIGH-ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 6.1 ORDINARY HIGH-ORDER EQUATIONS 6.2 HIGHER-ORDER LINEAR HOMOGENEOUS EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS 6.3 NON-HOMOGENEOUS EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS. VARIATION OF PARAMETERS 6.4 NON-HOMOGENEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS WITH VARIABLE COEFFICIENTS. CAUCHY-EULER EQUATIONS 66.5 THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM 6.6 SYSTEMS OF LINEAR HOMOGENEOUS EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS 6.7 SYSTEMS OF LINEAR NON-HOMOGENEOUS EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS HIGHER ORDEN DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND SYSTEMS USING APPROXIMATION METHODS. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN PARTIAL DERIVATIVES 7.1 HIGHER ORDER EQUATIONS AND APPROXIMATION METHODS 7.2 THE EULER METHOD 7.3 THE RUNGE-KUTTA METHOD 7.4 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS SYSTEMS BY APPROXIMATE METHODS 7.5 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN PARTIAL DERIVATIVES 7.6 ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS 7.7 AIRY AND BESSEL FUNCTIONS

## Differential Equations

Author : Clay C. Ross
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-03-09
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :434

The first edition (94301-3) was published in 1995 in TIMS and had 2264 regular US sales, 928 IC, and 679 bulk. This new edition updates the text to Mathematica 5.0 and offers a more extensive treatment of linear algebra. It has been thoroughly revised and corrected throughout.

## Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations with Mathematica®

Author : Alfred Gray,Mike Mezzino,Mark Pinsky
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 1998-06-01
Category : Mathematics
Total pages :530

The purpose of this companion volume to our text is to provide instructors (and eventu ally students) with some additional information to ease the learning process while further documenting the implementations of Mathematica and ODE. In an ideal world this volume would not be necessary, since we have systematically worked to make the text unambiguous and directly useful, by providing in the text worked examples of every technique which is discussed at the theoretical level. However, in our teaching we have found that it is helpful to have further documentation of the various solution techniques introduced in the text. The subject of differential equations is particularly well-suited to self-study, since one can always verify by hand calculation whether or not a given proposed solution is a bona fide solution of the differential equation and initial conditions. Accordingly, we have not reproduced the steps of the verification process in every case, rather content with the illustration of some basic cases of verification in the text. As we state there, students are strongly encouraged to verify that the proposed solution indeed satisfies the requisite equation and supplementary conditions.

## Differential Equations with Mathematica

Author : Martha L Abell,James P. Braselton