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Boundary and Eigenvalue Problems in Mathematical Physics. Hardcover – Import, 1961
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Its contents are: Hamilton's principle and the theory of the first variation, representation of some physical phenomena by partial differential equations, theorems related to partial differential equations and their solutions, fourier series, self-adjoint boundary value problems, Legendre polynomials and Bessel functions, characterization of eigenvalues by a variational principle, spherical harmonics, the nonhomogeneous boundary value problem.
Includes excercises for most sections and references for each chapter. Suitable for third year undergraduates and on.