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Differential and Integral Calculus (Volumes 1 & 2) – Piskunov
In this post, we will see the much awaited two volume set Differential and Integral Calculus by N. Piskunov. About the book Text book by the late professor Nikolai Piskunov DSs (Physics and Maths) is devoted to the most … Continue reading
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Tagged Applications of Differential Calculus to Solid Geometry, Certain Theorems on Differentiable Functions, complex numbers, Continuity of a Function, Derivative and Differential, differential equations, Elements of the Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, fourier series, function, Functions of Several Variables, Limit, Line and Surface Integrals, mathematics, matrices, Mechanical Applications of the Definite Integral, mir publishers, multiple integrals, Number, Operational Calculus and Certain of its Applications, polynomials, series, soviet, The Curvature of a Curve, The Definite Integral, The Equations of Mathematical Physics, The Indefinite Integral, Variable
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A Collection Of Problems (Higher Mathematics) – Bugrov, Nikolsky
In this post we will see the problem book A Collection Of Problems ( Higher Mathematics) by Ya. S. Bugrov; S. M. Nikolsky. About the book This collection of about 1200 problems has been compiled for the following three textbooks … Continue reading
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Tagged analytical geometry, complex variables, differential calculus, differential equations, Fourier integral, fourier series, functions, integral calculus, linear algebra, mathematical analysis, mathematics, mir pbulishers, multiple integrals, operational calculus, problem books, series, vector analysis
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Mathematical Analysis – A Brief Course For Engineering Students – Bermant, Aramanovich
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Analysis – A Brief Course For Engineering Students by A.F . Bermant; I. G. Aramanovich. About the book This course is designed as a textbook for engineering students. It embraces the … Continue reading
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Tagged applications, behavior of functions, continuity, derivative, differential calculus, differentials, double and triple integrals, fourier integrals, fourier series, functions, integral calculus, limits, line integrals, mathematical analysis, mathematics, mir publishers, series, surface integrals
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Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics – Sobolev
In this post, we will see the book Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics – S. L. Sobolev. About the book The classical partial differential equations of mathematical physics, formulated and intensively studied by the great mathematicians of the nineteenth … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary value problems, d’Alembert's Method, differential equations, dirichlet problem, equation of heat conduction, fourier series, fouriers method, green's formula, hadamard's example, integral equations, laplace's equation, lebesgue integration, mathematical physics, method of separation of variables, Ostrogradski’s Formula, physics, poisson's equation, potential problems, riemann's method, soviet, spherical functions, vibrations
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A Course of Mathematical Analysis (Vols 1 and 2) – Nikolsky
In this post we will see the two volume Course in Mathematical Analysis by S. M. Nikolsky. About the book The major part of this twovolume textbook stems from the course in mathematical analysis given by the author for many … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, definite integral, differentiable manifolds, differential forms, field theory, Fourier integral, fourier series, Functions of One Variable, Functions of Several Variables, Fundamentals of Mathematical Analysis, indefinite integral, lebesgue integral, Limit of Function, mathematics, mir publishers, multiple integrals, Real Numbers Limit of Sequence, series, Some Applications of Integrals, soviet, vector field
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Eight Lectures on Mathematical Analysis – Khinchin
In this post, we will see the book Eight Lectures On Mathematical Analysis by A. Ya. Khinchin. About the book Eight Lectures on Mathematical Analysis is a translation and adaptation of a book by the outstanding Russian mathematician A. Ya. … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, continuum, derivative, differential equations, discontinuities, expansion of series, fourier series, functions, fundamental ideas, implicit functions, integrals, lagrange's theorem, limits, mathematics, minima and maxima, partial derivatices, series, series convergence, solutions of differential equations, soviet, taylor's formula, trigonometric series
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Mathematical Analysis for Engineers – Krasnov, Kiselev, Makarenko, Shikin
In this post, we will see the two volume set of books titled Mathematical Analysis For Engineers Volumes 1 & 2 by M. Krasnov, A. Kiselev, G. Makarenko, E. Shikin . About the book This twovolume book was written for … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, anlytic geometry, complex variables, curves of second order, definite integral, determinants, differential calculus, double integrals, elliptic equations, engineering mathematics, fourier series, fourier transform, functional series, hyperbolic equations, improper integrals, indefinite integral, integral calculus, integral transforms, line integrals, linear operators, linear spaces, lines, matrices, mir publishers, multiple integrals, number series, ordinary differential equations, parabolic equations, partial differential equations, stability theory, surfaces of second order, Systems of Differential Equations, systems of linear equations, vector algebra
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Introductory Mathematics for Engineers – Myškis
In this post, we will see the book Introductory Mathematics for Engineers: Lectures in Higher Mathematics by A. D. Myškis. The book is around 800 pages and is very exhaustive in the number of topics it deals in. Starting from functions and … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic geometry, complex numbers, continuity, definite integral, Derivatives, determinants, differential equations, differentials, euler's equation, fourier series, fourier transformation, functions, graphs, higher, hilbert space, indefinite integral, interpolation, limits, linear operators, mathematics, matrices, mir books, multiple integrals, partial derivatives, probability, random variables, roots of equations, scalars, series, several variables, solid analytic geometry, systems of linear algebraic equations, triple product, variables, vectors
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Measure, Lebesgue Integrals and Hilbert Space – Kolmogorov and Fomin
In this post, we will see the book Measure, Lebesgue Integrals and Hilbert Space by A. N. Kolmogorov and S. V. Fomin. About the book: This publication is the second book. of the “Elements of the Theory of Functions and Functional Analysis,” … Continue reading
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Tagged fourier series, fubini's theorem, hilbert space, integral equations, jordan measure, L2 space, lebesgue integral, linear functions, mathematics, measurable functions, measure theory, orthogonal functions, rieszfisher theorem, selfadjoint operators, semirings
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