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Multiple Solutions of Boundary Value Problems : A Variational Approach (Hardcover) (John R. Graef)
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Variational methods and their generalizations have been verified to be useful tools in proving the existence of solutions to a variety of boundary value problems for ordinary, impulsive, and partial differential equations as well as for difference equations. In this monograph, we look at how variational methods can be used in all these settings. In our first chapter, we gather the basic notions and fundamental theorems that will be applied in the remainder of this monograph. While many of these items are easily available in the literature, we gather them here both for the convenience of the reader and for the purpose of making this volume somewhat self-contained. Subsequent chapters deal with the Sturm–Liouville problems, multi-point boundary value problems, problems with impulses, partial differential equations, and difference equations. An extensive bibliography is also included.
Number of Pages: 279
Sub-Genre: Mathematical Analysis, Applied, Research
Series Title: Trends in Abstract and Applied Analysis
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Author: John R. Graef
Street Date: October 28, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 248-05-1332
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