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0521720087
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Malcolm A. H. MacCallum,Alexander V. Mikhailov
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Malcolm A. H. MacCallum, Alexander V. Mikhailov

Malcolm A. Mikhailov. Integration of differential equations is a central problem in mathematics and several approaches have been developed by studying analytic, algebraic, and algorithmic aspects of the subject. One of these is Differential Galois Theory, developed by Kolchin and his school, and another originates from the Soliton Theory and Inverse Spectral Transform method, which was born in the works of Kruskal, Zabusky, Gardner, Green and Miura. Many other approaches have also been developed, but there has so far been no intersection between them.

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ISBN-13: 978-0521720083 A useful book that serves as an introduction to both the Galois theory of (linear) differential equations and several other algebraic approaches to such equations. Libraries will definitely want to have a copy. These selected contributions reflect different approaches to the integration of differential equations, originating from Differential Galois Theory, Symmetry, Integrability and Soliton Theory.

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General Note: "This book presents lectures given during a school and workshop organized at Heriot-Watt University in July and August" Preface. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: MacCallum, M. A. Personal Name: Mikhailov, Alexander . 1953-. Corporate Name: London Mathematical Society. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 35. They deal with other algebraic approaches to differential equations, such as the theory of D-modules, nicely rounding out the book.

London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 357. Price: 8. 0. The theory my student and I tried to learn that semester is covered in the first chapter, by Michael F. Singer. The result is a useful book that serves as an introduction to both the Galois theory of (linear) differential equations and several other algebraic approaches to such equations.

Malcolm A. MacCallum and Alexander V. Mikhailov (ed., Algebraic theory of differential equations, London . Algebraic theory of differential equations, London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, vol. 357, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2009

Malcolm A., Algebraic theory of differential equations, London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, vol. 357, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2009. Lectures from the workshop held at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, July 31–August 11, 2006. MR 2499776 (2009j:00005).

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London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series. 361, Cambridge University Press, 2009.

The last chapter of the book describes results on verbal ellipticity of algebraic groups (a result due to Ju. Merzlyakov ), p-adic analytic groups, and in some profinite groups associated with them. London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series.

Integration of differential equations is a central problem in mathematics and several approaches have been developed by studying analytic, algebraic, and algorithmic aspects of the subject. One of these is Differential Galois Theory, developed by Kolchin and his school, and another originates from the Soliton Theory and Inverse Spectral Transform method, which was born in the works of Kruskal, Zabusky, Gardner, Green and Miura. Many other approaches have also been developed, but there has so far been no intersection between them. This unique introduction to the subject finally brings them together, with the aim of initiating interaction and collaboration between these various mathematical communities. The collection includes a LMS Invited Lecture Course by Michael F. Singer, together with some shorter lecture courses and review articles, all based upon a mini-program held at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) in Edinburgh.