Lectures on the Calculus of Variations
by Oskar Bolza
Publisher: The University of Chicago press 1904
Number of pages: 304
The emphasis lies entirely on the theoretical side: I have endeavored to give clear definitions of the fundamental concepts, sharp formulations of the problems, and rigorous demonstrations. Difficult points, such as the proof of the existence of a 'field', the details in Hilbert's existence proof, etc., have received special attention.
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