Math 642-600 Analysis for Applications II

Spring 2009

BLOC 624

10:20-11:10 MWF


Text: "Principles of Applied Mathematics: Transformation and Approximation", by James P. Keener, Westview Press

Catalog Description: Distributions and differential operators; transform theory; spectral theory for unbounded self-adjoint operators; applications to partial differential equations; asymptotics and perturbation theory. Prerequisite: Math 641

Course Content: The course will cover selected sections from chapters 4-8 and 10.

Instructor: J. D. Ward, MILNER 305 (Office), 979-845-1169 (phone)


URL: office hours: 3:30-5 WF or by appt.

Grading Policy:

90-100% A
80-89% B
70-79% C
60-69% D
below 60% no guarantees

Note: Q-drop deadline is April 6

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