**Partial Differential Equations with Maple**

by Robert Piche, Keijo Ruohonen

**Publisher**: Tampere University of Technology 1997**Number of pages**: 131

**Description**:

The course presents the basic theory and solution techniques for the partial differential equation problems most commonly encountered in science and engineering. The student is assumed to know something about linear algebra and ordinary differential equations.

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