Finite Difference Equations
Comprehensive study focuses on use of calculus of finite differences as an approximation method for solving troublesome differential equations. Elementary difference operations; interpolation and extrapolation; modes of expansion of the solutions of nonlinear equations, applications of difference equations, difference equations associated with functions of two variables, more. Exercises with answers. 1961 edition.
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INTERPOLATION AND EXTRAPOLATION
THE DETERMINATION OF DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
LINEAR DIFFERENCE AND FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONS WITH
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