The Laplace transform [electronic resource] / Richard E. Bellman, Robert S. Roth.
 Publication:
 Singapore : World Scientific, c1984.
 Format/Description:
 Book
1 online resource (175 p.)  Series:
 Modern Applied Mathematics S.
Series in modern applied mathematics ; v. 3  Status/Location:

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 Subjects:
 Laplace transformation.
Transformations (Mathematics).  Form/Genre:
 Electronic books.
 Language:
 English
 Summary:
 The classical theory of the Laplace Transform can open many new avenues when viewed from a modern, semiclassical point of view. In this book, the author reexamines the Laplace Transform and presents a study of many of the applications to differential equations, differentialdifference equations and the renewal equation.
 Contents:
 PREFACE; CONTENTS; Chapter 1 THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Functions of a Bounded Variation; 1.3 The Stieltjes Integral; 1.4 Improper Stieltjes Integral; 1.5 The Laplace Transform; 1.6 Existence and Convergence; 1.7 Properties of the Laplace Transform; 1.8 The Inversion of the Laplace Transform; 1.9 The Convolution Theorem; 1.10 Instability of the Inverse of the Laplace Transform; 1.11 The Laplace Transform and Differential Equations; 1.12 Transient Solutions; 1.13 Generating Functions; Problems; Chapter 2 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 2.1 Introduction
2.2 Linear Differential Equations With Constant Coefficients2.3 The Laplace Transform Solution; 2.4 Systems of Linear Differential Equations; 2.5 Mismatched Solutions; 2.6 Behavior Of The Higher Derivatives; 2.7 An Example; Problems; Chapter 3 DIFFERENTIALDIFFERENCE EQUATIONS; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Examples; 3.3 Types of DifferentialDifference Equations; 3.4 Existence and Uniqueness; 3.5 Exponential Solutions; 3.6 LaplaceTransform Solutions; 3.7 Order Of Growth Of Solutions; 3.8 The Characteristic Roots; 3.9 Asymptotic Behavior of the Solution; 3.10 The Shift Theorem
3.11 Equations of the Neutral and Advanced Types3.12 Linear Systems Of DifferentialDifference Equations; 3.13 A Limiting Case For DifferentialDifference Equations; Problems; Chapter 4 PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equation; 4.3 The Parabolic Partial Differential Equation; 4.4 The Elliptic Partial Differential Equation; Chapter 5 THE RENEWAL EQUATION; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Formal Laplace Transform Solution; 5.3 Exponential Bounds on u(t); 5.4 A Convolution Theorem; 5.5 Use of the Contour Integral Representation
5.6 Some Important Results5.7 Systems of Renewal Equations; 5.8 Branching Processes; Problems; Chapter 6 NUMERICAL INVERSION OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 The Complex Laplace Transform; 6.3 Numerical Quadrature; 6.4 The Legendre Polynomials; 6.5 Numerical Inversion of the Laplace Transform; 6.6 Explicit Inversion Formula; 6.7 Instability of the Inverse of the Laplace Transform; 6.8 Tychonov Regularization; 6.9 Obtaining the Initial Approximation; 6.10 Change of the Time Scale; Problems; SUBJECT INDEX  Notes:
 Includes index.
 Contributor:
 Roth, Robert, 1930
 ISBN:
 1283971372
9814415154  OCLC:
 827210219