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1. Math 6410
Course notes by Klaus Schmitt at the University of Utah.
http://www.math.utah.edu/~schmitt/math6410.html

2. An Introduction To Differential Equations
Let s start with a definition of a differential equation. A differential equation is an equation that defines a relationship between a function and one or
http://www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~physedu/mapletutorial/tutorials/diff_eqs/intr

Extractions: An Introduction to Differential Equations First-Order Homogeneous Linear Diff Eqs Tutorial Index First-Order Nonhomogeneous Linear Diff Eqs Maple Index ... Problem Set Index Let's start with a definition of a differential equation. A differential equation is an equation that defines a relationship between a function and one or more derivatives of that function. Let y be some function of the independent variable t . Then following are some differential equations relating y to one or more of its derivatives. The equation states that the first derivative of the function y equals the product of and the function y itself. An additional, implicit statement in this differential equation is that the stated relationship holds only for all t for which both the function and its first derivative are defined. Some other differential equations: The typical real world situation that involves modeling with differential equations is one in which a quantity that changes in time, y(t) , is related to the rate at which it changes, , and/or the acceleration of the change, . Usually these relationships can be stated in equations such as those above without knowing the exact function y(t) that satisfies the relationship. To solve a differential equation means to find a

3. Mathlets: Differential Equations And Initial Value Problems
The particular solution function y(x) to the differential equation satisfying the given initial values will be graphed in blue.
http://cs.jsu.edu/mcis/faculty/leathrum/Mathlets/diffeq.html

Extractions: This can be done either of two ways: To erase the graph and all input fields, click the " Clear " button The text input field marked " y f x y )=" can accept a wide variety of expressions to represent functions, and the buttons under the graph allow various manipulations of the graph coordinates. The text input fields marked " x =" and " y =" can accept any decimal numbers. Examples The particular solution function y x ) to the differential equation satisfying the given initial values will be graphed in blue The particular solution function y x ) is graphed by determining a numerical approximation to the function using the classical (order four) Runge-Kutta Method (which, in the case where the function

4. Visual Differential Equation Solver Applet
This java applet displays solutions to some common differential equations. At the top of the applet you will see a graph showing a differential equation

5. Wiley InterScience :: JOURNALS :: Numerical Methods For Partial Differential Equ
www.interscience.wiley.com/jpages/0749159X/ - Similar pages International Press Dynamics of Partial differential equationsDynamics of Partial differential equations publishes novel results in the areas of partial differential equations and dynamical systems in general,
http://www.interscience.wiley.com/jpages/0749-159X/

6. Differential Equations And Nonlinear Mechanics — An Open Access Journal
differential equations play a central role in describing natural phenomena as well as the complex processes that arise from science and technology.
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/denm/

Extractions: Advanced search Hindawi Publishing Corporation About this Journal ... Table of Contents Journal Menu Abstracting and Indexing Aims and Scope Article Processing Charges Author Guidelines ... in Editorship Differential equations play a central role in describing natural phenomena as well as the complex processes that arise from science and technology. Differential Equations and Nonlinear Mechanics is a forum for the modeling and analysis of nonlinear phenomena. One of the principal aims of the journal is to promote cross-fertilization between the various sub-disciplines of the sciences: physics, chemistry, and biology, as well as various branches of engineering and the medical sciences. Differential Equations and Nonlinear Mechanics publishes original research papers and review articles that are devoted to modeling, analysis, computational techniques, and various aspects of ordinary and partial differential equations and their applications to sciences, engineering, and medicine.

7. DIE
Advances in differential equations will publish carefully selected, longer research papers on mathematical aspects of differential equations and on

Extractions: Advances in Differential Equations Editorial Board Volume 13 (2008) Volume 12 (2007) Volume 11 (2006) Volume 10 (2005) Volume 9 (2004) Volume 8 (2003) Volume 7 (2002) Volume 6 (2001) Volume 5 (2000) Volume 4 (1999) Volume 3 (1998) Volume 2 (1997) Volume 1 (1996) Khayyam Publishing, P.O. Box 429, Athens, Ohio 45701, USA Phone (740) 593-8318 email: khayyam@aftabi.com Advances in Differential Equations will publish carefully selected, longer research papers on mathematical aspects of differential equations and on applications of the mathematical theory to issues arising in the sciences and in engineering. Papers submitted to this journal should be correct, new and non-trivial. Emphasis will be placed on papers that are judged to be specially timely , and of interest to a substantial number of mathematicians working in this area. Each paper requires a brief abstract not exceeding 150 words summarizing the techniques and main conclusions. AMS subject classifications must accompany all articles. They must be placed at the bottom of page 1 before any other footnotes. Each paper requires a separate page containing an abbreviated version of the title for the running head no more than 40 characters long, and the name and mailing address of the author to whom proofs should be sent. Equations should be centered with the number of the equation placed in parentheses at the right margin. Each figure is to be drafted in high contrast on a separate piece of white paper in a form suitable for photographic reproduction and reduction.

8. IDEA - Internet Differential Equations Activities
IDEA. Internet differential equations Activities. What is IDEA? Who is IDEA? Current Projects Software. Animated IDEA Graphic. Helpful Links
http://www.sci.wsu.edu/idea/

Extractions: IDEA is Internet Differential Equations Activities, an interdisciplinary effort to provide students and teachers around the world with computer based activities for differential equations in a wide variety of disciplines. IDEA is sponsored by the National Science Foundation with a grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education. As with every site on the Web, IDEA is evolving. IDEA contains a database of computer activities illustrating both mathematical concepts and the application of these concepts in a wide variety of disciplines. The aim is to show differential equations where they live, rather than in a purely mathematical setting. In addition to the exercises, it provides a variety of software for solving and describing differential equations. These packages include DynaSys , a package for Microsoft operating system that can be used in a very flexible way to create displays of solutions of differential equations;

9. Electronic Journal Of Qualitative Theory Of Differential Equations
Free research papers on differential equations.
http://www.math.u-szeged.hu/ejqtde/

Extractions: ISSN: HU ISSN 1417-3875 Editors in Chief: Managing Editor: If the connection is slow then try one of our mirror sites or use e-mail to access the paper on our server. General information: Current volumes of the journal: Proceedings of the Colloquiums on the Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations: Viewing the papers: If you have comments or suggestions on these WWW pages, then please feel free to contact us at the e-mail address ejqtde@server.math.u-szeged.hu

10. Interactive Learning In Calculus And Differential Equations With Applications
A classroom learning environment based on Mathematics notebooks.
http://www.ma.iup.edu/projects/CalcDEMma/Summary.html

Extractions: Click on this picture for a description of how it was generated. The Mathematics Department at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) established a computerized learning environment, consisting of a classroom with 31 Macintosh Centris 650s and a laboratory with 12 Macintosh LCs, all equipped with Mathematica . Mathematica's notebook feature enables science students to actively learn calculus and differential equations with guided discovery and exploration. The project was funded through a National Science Foundation Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement grant, number DUE-9351896. IUP's project has several significant attributes. The Mathematics Department is fully implementing this curriculum in all sections of its science calculus sequence and in the two-semester differential equations sequence. Eleven faculty, comprising approximately one third of IUP's mathematics faculty, are coinvestigators. The curricular revisions are being coordinated with the science departments at IUP, who are also integrating active learning and technology in their courses. This collaboration, based on common pedagogical goals and software, will bring more scientific applications into mathematics courses and strengthen the use of mathematics in science courses. All students in the Mathematics Department are involved. Mathematics and Applied Mathematics majors are required to take Differential Equations, and Mathematics Education majors have a unit devoted to the project in the teacher preparation course, Computers and Calculators in Secondary Mathematics.

11. Mathematics Archives - Topics In Mathematics - Partial Differential Equations
KEYWORDS Electronic textbook, Ordinary differential equations Fourier analysis, Finite difference approximations, Accuracy, stability and convergence,
http://archives.math.utk.edu/topics/partialDiffEq.html

12. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND OSCILLATIONS
Many problems in physics are described by differential equations. As a complete discussion of differential equations is beyond the scope of this chapter we
http://www.physics.orst.edu/~rubin/nacphy/ComPhys/DIFFEQ/mydif2/

Extractions: The differential nature of these physical laws in turn may be a reflection of our use of continuous variables like position and probability. (The use of differential equations may also reflect traditionally-trained physicists viewing problems in differential forms). As a complete discussion of differential equations is beyond the scope of this chapter we will deal only with linear first and second order ordinary differential equations. We start with deriving two methods to solve first order differential equations numerically ( Euler and Runge-Kutta ). These methods can be extended to solve second order differential equations which we will do using the harmonic oscillator and the realistic pendulum as examples. First Order Differential Equation Method Numeric, Euler's Algorithm Project Assessment ... First Order Differential Equation

13. Memoirs On Differential Equations And Mathematical Physics
Abstracts and contents of all volumes full text free after twoyear delay.
http://www.jeomj.rmi.acnet.ge/memoirs/

Extractions: Memoirs on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics is an International journal for the publication of high-quality, peer-reviewed original papers with full proofs in ordinary and partial differential equations and their applications. Periodically short communications are published containing main results of talks reported on Tbilisi Seminar of Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations. It is issued three times a year as of 1994. Subscription inquiries and subscription orders should be addressed to the editorial office Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 ... Volume 42 This page makes it possible to look through the contents of the volumes which have already appeared. Moreover, DVI and PostScript files of all papers are available. Editorial Board Submission Information Cumulative Index

www.kluweronline.com/issn/10407294 - Similar pages journal of hyperbolic differential equationswww.worldscinet.com/jhde/jhde.shtml - Similar pages PDF Physically Based Modeling Principles and Practice Differential File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
http://www.kluweronline.com/issn/1040-7294

15. Differential Equations : New Features In Maple 11 : Maplesoft
The enhanced solver for highindex Differential Algebraic Equations (DAEs) problems provides support for large systems arising in engineering modeling.
http://www.maplesoft.com/products/Maple11/new/Pro/Differential_Equations.aspx

Extractions: Exact Solutions Ability to compute elliptic solutions to various classes of nonlinear first and second order ODEs Entirely new set of algorithms for finding exact solutions to PDEs based on symmetries calculations The PDEtools package contains 20 new commands based on the symmetry approach, including some original algorithms

16. Differential Equations And Control Processes - Electronic Journal
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http://www.neva.ru/journal/eng/e_main.htm

17. Ordinary Differential Equations Using Matlab
This is a manual for using MATLAB in a course on Ordinary differential equations. It can be used as a supplement of almost any textbook.
http://math.rice.edu/~polking/odesoft/

Extractions: This is a manual for using MATLAB in a course on Ordinary Differential Equations. It can be used as a supplement of almost any textbook. The manual completely describes two special MATLAB routines. is a very easy to use routine which takes a user defined first order differential equation, and plots its direction field. It also allows the user to plot solution curves. plots vector fields for planar autonomous systems. It allows the user to plot solution curves in the phase plane. It also enables the user to plot these solutions in a variety of plots versus the independent variable. There are a number of advanced features, such as finding equilibrium points, displaying linearizations, and plotting separatrices. The built-in MATLAB commands for solving ODEs are completely described in their most elementary usages, including the new ODE suite in version 5 of MATLAB. There is a treatment of linear algebra using MATLAB that is sufficient for understanding first order systems with constant coefficients. The second edition was published by Prentice Hall in the Summer of 1999. Information about ordering the manual can be obtained from

18. Electronic Journal Of Differential Equations
www.math.ethz.ch/EMIS/journals/ EJDE/Monographs/Monographs/ 2k - Cached - Similar pages SIAM SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial differential equationsSIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial differential equations (PD07). December 10-12, 2007 Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa Mesa, Arizona
http://www.math.ethz.ch/EMIS/journals/EJDE/Monographs/Monographs/

19. Math 55 - Differential Equations