Differential Equations From The Algebraic Standpoint
by Joseph Fels Ritt
Publisher: The American Mathematical Society 1932
Number of pages: 201
We shall be concerned, in this monograph, with systems of differential equations, ordinary or partial, which are algebraic in the unknowns and their derivatives. The algebraic side of the theory of such systems seems to have remained, up to the present, in an undeveloped state.
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