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 =20 = NEW EDITION!<= /P>=20 Part= ial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems with Maple, 2e=20 =20 George A. = Articolo Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Now av= ailable, Paperback, 732 pp. ISBN: 978-0-12-374732-7 List Price: \$ 69.95 =20 "<= /strong>Last year I used a text that did not have Maple exampl= es and the students struggled. Consequently, I am going to use Articolo'= s book because of the Maple examples." – Ralph E. White, PhD, Profe= ssor and Distinguished Scientist, Department of Chemical Engineering, Un= iversity of South Carolina Abo= ut: Partial Differential Equations an= d Boundary Value Problems with Maple 2e  focuses on t= he natural union between the course material and the powerful computatio= nal software, while presenting all of the material normally covered in a= standard course on partial differential equations. Its unique approach = allows students to learn the mathematics first, and then use Maple graph= ics capabilities to visualize both static and animated behavior of the s= olution. The Maple commands are so intuitive and easy to learn, students= can absorb what they need to know about the software in a matter of hou= rs; an investment that provides substantial returns. The text provides m= any example problems using commands that render two- or three-dimensiona= l animated graphics of the solutions of partial differential equations.<= /SPAN> Features: =20 Ne= w to this Edition: =20 Updated from Maple v.4 to Maple v.12=20 More of the macro commands in Maple incorporated to check solutions = Extensive chapter example problem sets and an exceptionally large ar= ray of exercises =20 Ha= llmark features: =20 Concepts = presented in a clear manner and Maple is used to illustrate the traditio= nal, fundamental, mathematical development of the solutions =20 Assumes n= o previous knowledge of Maple, providing a concise overview of the softw= are with simple commands needed to get started =20 Review ma= terial on linear algebra and ordinary differential equations, covering t= heir contribution in solving partial differential equations =20 Companion= Website and enclosed CD-ROM with Maple files and code available for dow= nload =20 Contents: =20 Preface Chapter   0:      Basic Review Chapter   1:      Ordinary Linear Dif= ferential Equations Chapter   2:      Sturm-Liouville Eig= envalue Problems and Generalized Fourier Series Chapter   3:      The Diffusion or He= at Partial Differential Equation Chapter   4:      The Wave Partial Di= fferential Equation Chapter   5:      The Laplace Partial= Differential Equation Chapter   6:      The Diffusion Equat= ion in Two Spatial Dimensions Chapter   7:      The Wave Equation i= n Two Spatial Dimensions Chapter   8:      Non-homogeneous Par= tial Differential Equations Chapter   9:      Infinite and Semi-i= nfinite Spatial Domains Chapter 10:      Laplace Transform Methods= for Partial Differential Equations References Index=20 Register t= o request your exam copy TODAY @ , or for more information about th= is and other mathematics and statistics textbooks, visit our website @ <= /STRONG>elsevierdirect.com/math
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