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Since the days of Newton, Leibniz, Euler and Laplace, mathematical physics has been inseparably bound to differential equations. Physical and engineering problems continue to provide very important models for mathematicians studying differential equations, as well as valuable intuition as to the solutions and properties.
Most textbooks written in our day have a short half-life. Published to meet the demands of a lucrative but volatile market, inspired by the table of contents of some out-of-print classic, garnished with multicolored tables, enhanced by nutshell summaries, enriched by exercises of dubious applicability, they decorate the shelves of college bookstores come September.
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This book deals with the classical theory of differential equations, showing some of the impact that computers and control theory are having on the subject.
Mathematica By Example bridges the gap that exists between the very elementary handbooks available on Mathematica and those reference books written for the advanced Mathematica users.
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