| J. L. Synge - Mathematics - 2012 - 440 pages
This 1957 book was written to help physicists and engineers solve partial differential equations subject to boundary conditions. The complexities of calculation are illuminated ... | |
| David Kay - Mathematics - 1988 - 228 pages
This lucid introduction for undergraduates and graduates proves fundamental for pactitioners of theoretical physics and certain areas of engineering, like aerodynamics and ... | |
| J. L. Synge - Mathematics - 2011 - 178 pages
This 1954 book focuses on the application of Hamilton's optical method to variational principles in space-time. Professor J. L. Synge here uses this method to generate a ... | |
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