Theory of Partial Differential Equations (MAGIC058)
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This course is part of the MAGIC core.
Introduction to the theory of pdes for applied mathematics.
Spring 2012 (Monday, January 16 to Friday, March 23)
Undergraduate courses on real analysis and partial differential equations(methods courses) will be assumed without explicit mention. Functionalanalysis is more problematic (as applied mathematics students may not havetaken such options) but time constraints prevent assuming no priorknowledge. Probably the best way forward is to present some necessaryfunctional analysis briefly during the lectures and to provide ädditional"notes online and together with careful page references to books covering thematerial in the hope that students who have little or no functional analysiswill wish to learn more in ßelf-study" as a means to coming to a deeperunderstanding of the "theory" of PDEs.
No bibliography has been specified for this course.
There are two assessments. They are equally weighted. Assessment 1 was due April 9th. Assessment 2 is due May 30th.
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