Handbook of Differential Equations:Stationary Partial Differential EquationsEdited by
- Michel Chipot, University of Zurich, Switzerland
- Pavol Quittner, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia.
A collection of self contained, state-of-the-art surveys. The authors have made an effort to achieve readability for mathematicians and scientists from other fields, for this series of handbooks to be a new reference for research, learning and teaching.
Partial differential equations represent one of the most rapidly developing topics in mathematics. This is due to their numerous applications in science and engineering on the one hand and to the challenge and beauty of associated mathematical problems on the other.
Key features:- Self-contained volume in series covering one of the most rapid developing topics in mathematics.
- 7 Chapters, enriched with numerous figures originating from numerical simulations.
- Written by well known experts in the field.
Graduate students and academics.
Hardbound, 624 Pages
Published: August 2005
- 1. T. Bartsch, Zhi-Qiang Wang, M. Willem: The Dirichlet problem for superlinear elliptic equations.
2. B. Dacorogna: Non convex problems of the calculus of variations and differential inclusions.
3. Y. Du: Bifurcation and related topics in elliptic problems.
4. J. López-Gómez: Metasolutions.
5. J. D. Rossi: Elliptic problems with nonlinear boundary conditions and the Sobolev trace theorem.
6. G. Rozenblum, M. Melgaard: Schrödinger operators with singular potentials.
7. S. Solimini: Multiplicity techniques for problems without compactness.