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Turkish
Kısmi Türevli Dif Denkl
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Partial Differential Equations
Course Code
MAT 331
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4


Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
İrma Hacınlıyan
Course Objectives
1. To develop a basic understanding of occurrence of the partial differential equations and related problems; such as, initial value, boundary value and initialboundary value problems in the real world.
2. To develop a basic understanding of the theory and methods of solutions for these problems.
Course Description
The single first order equations; general solutions of linear and quasilinear equations and Cauchy problem, nonlinear equations. Second order linear equations in two independent variables; Cauchy problem and classification, canonical forms. One dimensional wave equation; Cauchy problem, D’Alembert’s solution, Inhomogeneous wave equation. Elliptic equations; Laplace equation, maxmin principle, boundary value problems and Green’s functions. Parabolic equations; initial and boundary value problems, fundamental solutions and Green's functions. Analytical methods of solution; separation of variables and integral transform techniques.
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