Asymptotic Methods  198000





Lecture 
Exercise 
Laboratory 
Project or Seminar 
House Work 
Weekly Hours 
4 





Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and the submission of the final thesis
Prerequisites:
    Complex Function Theory 1 
104122
 

or
   Complex Functions a 
104215
 

or
   Complex Functions and Integral Transform 
104221
 

Overlapping Courses:
    Asymptotic Methods 1 
198001
 
    Asymptotic Methods 2 
198002
 
Asymptotic Expansions, Stokes Phenomenon, Regular and Singular Perturbations of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations, Dominant Balance, Local Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations, Integrals : Watson'S Lemma, Laplace Method, FourierType Integrals, Stationary Phase, Steepest Descant, Nonlocal Contributions,Matched Asymptotic Expansions: Boundary Layers, Weak Advections, Multiple Scales: Wkb, Turning Points, PoincareLindstedt, Resonance.
Learning Outcomes
The Student Will Be Able to Obtain Systematic Approximations.
Timetable to semester 02/2021
2021/2022 Spring Semester
Room  Building  Hour  day  Lecturer  Exercise Lecture  no.  Registering Group 

  10:3012:30  Wednesday  Prof. Yariv Ehud  Lecture  10  10 
  10:3012:30  Thursday 
TextbooksPublished  Publisher  Authors  Book 

1991  cambridge university press  e.j.hinch  perturbation methods 
1978  mcgrawhill  c.m.bender and s.a.orszag  advanced mathematical methods for scientists and engineers 
1968  blaisdell  j.d.cole  perturbation methods in applied mathematics 
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