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1.1 Modeling and Derivation of PDE:
1.2. THE WAVE EQUATION:
1.2 The Wave Equation:
1.3 The Drunkard’s Walk - The Heat Equation:
Lecture 2 - Preliminaries
2.1 Sequences and Series of Numbers:
2.2 Absolute and Conditional Convergence:
2.3. POWER SERIES:
2.3 Power Series:
3.1 First Order ODE:
3.2 Another Method - Series Solution:
3.3 Second Order Constant Coeﬃcient Linear Equa-
3.4 Euler/Equidimensional Equations:
4.2 A Singular Point:
4.3 The Airy equation:
4.4. THE HERMITE EQUATION:
4.4 The Hermite Equation:
Lecture 6 - Singular points
5.1 Radius of Convergence and Nearest Singular
5.2. SINGULAR POINTS:
5.2 Singular Points:
5.3 Regular Singular Points:
5.4 More General Deﬁnition of a Regular Singular
6.1 Series Expansion Summary:
Bessel’s Equation
7.2 Bessel’s Function of Order ν = 0 - repeated
7.3 Bessel’s Function of Order ν = 1
7.4 Example - the roots diﬀer by an integer
Separation of Variables
8.1 Types of Boundary Value Problems:
8.2 Separation of Variables - Fourier sine Series:
8.3 Heat Eq on a Circular Ring - Full Fourier Se-
Lecture 13 - Fourier Series
9.2. COMPLEX FORM OF FOURIER SERIES
9.2 Complex Form of Fourier Series
10.1 Integrals of Even and Odd Functions
10.2 Consequences of Even/Odd Property for Fourier
10.3 Half-Range Expansions
11.1 Convergence of Fourier Series
11.2. ILLUSTRATION OF THE GIBBS PHENOMENON
11.2 Illustration of the Gibbs Phenomenon
11.3 Now consider the sum of the ﬁrst N terms
12.1 Geometric Interpretation of Parseval’s For-
13.2 Heat Equation solution by Finite Diﬀerences
14.1 Finite Diﬀerence approximation
14.2. SOLVING THE SYSTEM OF EQUATIONS BY JACOBI ITERATION
14.2 Solving the System of Equations by Jacobi
eigenfunction expansions
19.1 Guitar String
20.1 Characteristics
20.2 Region of Inﬂuence
20.3 Domain of Dependence
21.1 Notes
21.2. NOW WE CAN USE THE TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES
21.2 Now we can use the trigonometric identities
22.1 Summary
22.2 Laplace’s Equation
22.3 Rectangular Domains
22.4 Solution to Problem (1A) by Separation of
23.1 Solution to Problem (1B) by Separation of
23.2 Rectangular domains with mixed BC
23.3 Semi-inﬁnite strip problems
24.1 Neumann Problem on a rectangle
24.3 R Equation:
24.4. Θ EQUATION:
24.4 Θ Equation:
24.5 For Diﬀerent Boundary Conditions:
24.5.1 Notes:
Lecture 29 Wedge Problems
26.2 Poisson’s Integral Formula:
27.1 Boundary value problems and Sturm-Liouville
27.2 The regular Sturm-Liouville problem:
27.3 Properties of SL Problems
28.1 Expansion in Robin Eigenfunctions
28.2 Solving the Heat Equation with Robin BC
29.1 Cases:
30.1 Properties of SL Problems:
30.2 Lagrange’s Identity:
30.3 Proofs to selected properties:
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