Transformations, Transmutations, and Kernel Functions, Volume I
A broad ranging collection of recent results in the subject covering areas from plane elasticity to second and higher order elliptic equations. The chapters may be read individually, providing a more accessible forum for the applications.
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Analytic Methods in the Theory of Elasticity
Boundary Value Problems
The Schwarz Function and Hele Shaw Flows
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