CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE
STUDY PLANS
2024/2025

# Ordinary Differential Equations

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2012018 KZ 3 2P+1C Czech
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Department of Technical Mathematics
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The course expect the understanding of the subjects of previous study on „Alpha“ level.

Outline of concepts and technics of solving differential equations of first order. Autonomous systems. Geometrical aspects of phase plane. Stability of solution.

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Syllabus of lectures:

• The overview of methods for solving ODE of the first order. Separation of variables, Bernouli's method, variation of parameters, integral factor method.

• Existence and uniqueness of the solution of the Cauchy problem.

• Specific applications of differential equations (move of a body, population models, changes in concentration of substances ...).

• Systems of differential equations. From equation of higher other to the system of equations of first order. Existence and uniqueness of solution. Properties of solution. Methods for solving (Euler's meth., var. of parameters).

• Stability of equilibrium solution of differential equation.

• Stability of linear and nonlinear systems. Criterion of stability. Attractors.

• Stability and linearization.

• Stability and Ljapunov functions.

• Extension to calculus (sequences of numbers, Cauchy sequence, sequences of functions, uniform convergence, linear space, scalar product, Hilbert space).

• Generalized Fourier's series. Bessel's inequality. Parceval's equality. Applications in differential equations.

• Basic introduction to Laplace transform and its use for differential equations.

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Study materials:

• Burda, P.: Mathematics III, Ordinary Differential Equations and Infinite Series, CTU Publishing House, Prague, 1998.

• W.A.Adkins, M.G.Davidson: Ordinary differential equations. 2004.

• Stanley J. Farlow: An introduction to differential equations and their applications. McGraw Hill, Inc., New York

• J.Polking, A.Boggess, D.Arnold: Differential Equations. Prentice Hall 2001

• R.K.Nagle, E.B.Saff: Fundamentals of Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems. Addison W.Publ.Co.1993

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