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bestsellers mathematical analysis differential integral equations applied analysis functions of several real variables by john k hunter bruno nachtergaele university of california davis by martin moskowitz city university of new york usa fotios paliogiannis st francis college usa â€œthe presentation is clear and proofs for most of the results used are given the book is accessible to students from a wide variety of backgrounds and has as prerequisites only basic calculus linear algebra and ordinary differential equations.â€ mathematical reviews this book provides an introduction to those parts of analysis that are most useful in applications for graduate students the material is selected for use in applied problems and is presented clearly and simply but without sacrificing mathematical rigor 456pp 978-981-02-4191-9 978-981-270-543-3pbk mar 2001 us$125 us$70 Â£104 Â£58 second order parabolic differential equations by g m lieberman iowa state university this book is an

bestsellers mathematical analysis differential integral equations special functions a friendly approach to functional analysis by z x wang d r guo peking university by amol sasane london school of economics uk â€œon many occasions in the later years i had consulted the book for various things such as the hypergeometric series and the elliptic functions the book is systematic clear and to the point as one would expect from professor wangâ€™s style and personality.â€ foreword by c n yang nobel laureate â€œthis is a nice and modern introduction to the topic if the reader is a student who wants to be become proficient in the subject then solving the exercises or as many as possible is an excellent way to acquire the necessary skills the flexible possibilities provided â€” the text can be used as lecture notes for a course or as a tool for self study and even as a handbook to look up some definitions or theorems.â€ european mathematical society â€œthis

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