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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Mathematics (MATH)
Applied Mathematics II
Applied Mathematics II
Fall 2017
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MATH 2184 and Math 2233


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Stability and bifurcation, perturbation methods, Sobolev spaces, wave equation, nonlinear partial differential equations. Students must have taken an undergraduate course in real analysis in addition to the specified prerequisites.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: analyze stability and bifurcation properties of non-linear systems of differential equations, compute the asymptotic expansion of solutions to problems that present perturbations due to some small parameters, and analyze existence of possible boundary layer. Students will also be able to master the full their of Sobolev spaces and apply such theory to several partial differential equations, with particular attention to wave equation and certain nonlinear Partial Differential equations.

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