by H. B. Phillips
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1922
Number of pages: 84
With the formal exercise in solving the types of ordinary differential equations that usually occur it is the object of this text to combine a thorough drill in the solution of problems in which the student sets up and integrates his own differential equation.
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by Jeffrey R. Chasnov - BookBoon
This book, together with the linked YouTube videos, reviews a first course on differential equations. The purpose is to help students prepare for their exams. Theory is summarized, and the solutions of questions are demonstrated in YouTube videos.
by Michael F. Singer - arXiv
The author's goal was to give the audience an introduction to the algebraic, analytic and algorithmic aspects of the Galois theory of linear differential equations by focusing on some of the main ideas and philosophies and on examples.
by George A. Osborne - Boston, Ginn & Company
This work has been prepared to meet a want in a course on the subject, arranged for advanced students in Physics. It could be used in connection with lectures on the theory of Differential Equations and the derivation of the methods of solution.
by Norbert Euler - Bookboon
The book consists of lecture notes intended for engineering and science students who are reading a first course in ordinary differential equations and who have already read a course on linear algebra, general vector spaces and integral calculus.