Separation of Variables and Ordinary Differential Equations
Spherical Harmonics and Applications
Bessel Functions and Applications
Normal Mode Eigenvalue Problems
Spherical Bessel Functions and Applications
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Greens Functions and Integral Equations
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Complex Variables Basic Theory
Evaluation of Integrals
Integral Transforms in the Complex Plane
Dielectric and Magnetic Media
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