Differential equations relate functions of several variables to derivatives of the functions. Such equations are often used in the sciences to relate a quantity to its rate of change.
Lectures on Analytic Differential Equations by Sergei Yakovenko at the Weizmann Institute.
PDEs section of the mathematics e-print arXiv.
Online course material
Consortium of ODE Experiments at Harvey Mudd College. Newsletter, graphics, links.
Various lecture notes by C. McMullen
School of Computing, University of Leeds. Research details, publications, software and resources.
A brief but technical overview of methods of finding Green's functions. By Evans M. Harrell II and James V. Herod.
A scientific software environment for the numerical solution of integro-differential equations, open to the coupling of physical problems (electromagnetic, acoustic, thermal, mechanical, ...) as well as of numerical methods (finite element methods, boundary element and integral methods, ...).
Collection of Green's function solutions to canonical differential equations.
Kevin Brown's compilation of postings including many topics in differential equations.
Information related to multigrid, multilevel, multiscale, aggregation, defect correction, and domain decomposition methods.
Explicit solutions provided for this particular type of equation and their relations to the heat equation, Burger's equation, and Euler's equation.
The site describes research activities of the differential equations group in the mathematics department at the university of Glasgow, UK, and provides some resources of a general nature.
"PDE Primer" by Ralph Showalter at Oregon State.
Maple lessons for an undergraduate course in Differential Equations by Jim Herod.
Lecture notes on Analysis and PDEs by Bruce Driver at UCSD.
An overview of partial differential equations and their physical applications.
Products by Rapid Integrated Detailed Engineering. An application of PDEs in engineering design.
This page includes an extensive table of Laplace transforms. Laplace transforms are used to solve certain differential equations.
This demonstration illustrates the behaviour of solutions of the telegraph equation
An article covering n-dimensional time-dependent linear Hamiltonian systems. By Jorge Rezende from the University of Lisbon.
Gives solutions to different types of ordinary differential equations, including linear and nonlinear functions. Many pages use PDF.
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