Integral Transformations and Operator Calculus
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

11Y2IT  KZ  2  2+0  Czech 
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 Department of Applied Mathematics
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The course is devoted to use of integral transformations and operator calculus for solution of the Cauchy problem for ordinary and partial differential equations. Firstly we briefly define the generalized function and their integral transformations. Especially we shall deal with their Fourier and Laplace transformation, but we mention about discrete transformations, too. This course provides the students with mathematical methods used for solution differential and difference equations known from other courses.
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Differential and integral calculus of the functions of several variables, functions of complex variables, differential and difference equations.
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Knowledge of the use of integral transformations for the solution of some types of differential and difference equations.
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Schwartz L.: Matematické modely ve fyzice, Praha, SNTL, 1972, Vladimirov V.S.: Uravnenija matematičeskoj fiziky, Moskva, Nauka, 1976, Vladimirov V.S.: Oboščenyje funkcii, Moskva, Nauka, 1982, Martyněnko V.S.: Operatornoje isčislenije, Kijev, 1973.
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