Prospects for a Central Theory of Partial Differential Equations

Neuberger, John W.
June 2005
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer2005, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p47
Academic Journal
Presents information on the central theory of partial differential equations (PDE). Illustration of the modern point of view on the existence of zeros (fundamental theorem of algebra) and the practical computation of them numerically; Efforts in finding "closed form" solutions to systems of ordinary differential equations; Requirements for the central theory of PDE.


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