**Second-order Ordinary Differential Equations**

by R.S. Johnson

**Publisher**: Bookboon 2012**ISBN-13**: 9788776819729**Number of pages**: 181

**Description**:

This text provides an introduction to all the relevant material normally encountered at university level: series solution, special functions (Bessel, etc.), Sturm-Liouville theory (involving the appearance of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions) and the definition, properties and use of various integral transforms (Fourier, Laplace, etc.). Numerous worked examples are provided throughout.

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