The Calculus Of Finite Differences
by L. M. Milne Thomson
Publisher: Macmillan and co 1933
Number of pages: 590
The object of this book is to provide a simple and connected account of the subject of Finite Differences and to present the theory in a form which can be readily applied -- not only the useful material of Boole, but also the more modern developments of the finite calculus. The book is suitable for a first course as well as for more advanced reading. Operational and symbolic methods have been freely used throughout the book.
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