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An introduction to phase-integral methods
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Mathematical methods in science and engineering
Description: An innovative treatment of mathematical methods for a multidisciplinary audience Clearly and elegantly presented, Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering provides a coherent
The Stokes phenomenon and certain nth-order differential equations
In papers I(1) and II(2), the author has investigated the Stokes phenomenon associated with the arbitrary constants that occur in the asymptotic expressions of solutions of the n th-order
The Value of π and the Old Testament
MANY recent authors of texts containing an account of the historical development of the numerical value of π write under the misapprehension that in the Old Testament its apparent value is 3.
Theorem relating to the development of a reflection coefficient in terms of a small parameter
The reflection coefficient R produced by an isotropic medium is expressed in terms of the reflection coefficient r produced by a second isotropic medium known as the 'carrier' medium. At the same