Subject: Subject Sylbus: Asymptotic Methods - 198000 (Current)

Asymptotic Methods - 198000
Credit
Points
4.0
 
Given In
Semester
b
 
  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, Fourier-Type Integrals, Stationary Phase, Steepest Descant, Nonlocal Contributions,Matched Asymptotic Expansions: Boundary Layers, Weak Advections, Multiple Scales: Wkb, Turning Points, Poincare-Lindstedt, Resonance.

Learning Outcomes
The Student Will Be Able to Obtain Systematic Approximations.


Timetable to semester 02/2021 2021/2022 Spring Semester
RoomBuildingHourdayLecturerExercise
Lecture
no.Registering
Group
  10:30-12:30WednesdayProf. Yariv EhudLecture1010
  10:30-12:30Thursday


Textbooks
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
1991cambridge university presse.j.hinchperturbation methods
1978mcgraw-hillc.m.bender and s.a.orszagadvanced mathematical methods for scientists and engineers
1968blaisdellj.d.coleperturbation methods in applied mathematics

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