Differential Equations with Applications to Mathematical Physics

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W. F. Ames
Academic Press, Mar 5, 1993 - Computers - 351 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1 An Elementary Model of Dynamical Tunneling
1
Chapter 2 Discrete Schrödinger Operators with Potentials Generated by Substitutions
13
Chapter 3 Wave Packets Localized on Closed Classical Trajectories
25
Chapter 4 Lower Bounds on Eigenfunctions and the First Eigenvalue Gap
33
Chapter 5 Nonlinear Volterra Integral Equations and The Apéry Identities
51
Chapter 6 Connections Between Quantum Dynamics and Spectral Properties of TimeEvolution Operators
59
Chapter 7 Quasilinear Reaction Diffusion Models for Exothermic Reaction
69
Chapter 8 A Maximum Principle for Linear Cooperative Elliptic Systems
79
Chapter 16 On Unique Continuation Theorem for Uniformly Elliptic Equations with Strongly Singular Potentials
201
Chapter 17 Topics in the Spectral Methods in Numerical Computation Product Formulas
213
Chapter 18 Atoms in the Magnetic Field of a Neutron Star
221
Chapter 19 Algebraic Riccati Equations Arising in Game Theory and in HControl Problems for a Class of Abstract Systems
239
Chapter 20 Symmetries and Symbolic Computation
249
Chapter 21 On Stabilizing IllPosed Cauchy Problems for the NavierS tokes Equations
261
Chapter 22 Evans Functions Melnikovs Integral and Solitary Wave Instabilities
273
Chapter 23 Ground States of Degenerate Quasilinear Equations
287

Chapter 9 Exact Solutions to Flows in Fluid Filled Elastic Tubes
87
Chapter 10 Spectral Deformations and Soliton Equations
101
Chapter 11 Nuclear Cusps Magnetic Fields and the Lavrentiev Phenomenon in ThomasFermi Theory
141
Chapter 12 On Schrödinger Equation in Large Dimension and Connected Problems in Statistical Mechanics
153
Chapter 13 Regularity of Solutions for Singular Schrödinger Equations
167
Chapter 14 Linearization of Ordinary Differential Equations
177
Chapter 15 Expansion of Continuous Spectrum Operators in Terms of Eigenprojections
189
Chapter 24 Gradient Estimates Rearrangements and Symmetries
307
Chapter 25 Purely Nonlinear Norm Spectra and Multidimensional Solitary Waves
313
Chapter 26 On GelfandDickey Systems and Inelastic Solitons
325
Chapter 27 Inertial Manifolds and Stabilization in Nonlinear Elastic Systems with Structural Damping
335
Index
347
Mathematics in Science and Engineering
351
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