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Author:Peter Olver
Description: Publications, seminar and conference talks, and more resources from the Head of the University of Minnesota's School of Mathematics. Download notes of Olver's lectures on applied mathematics, numerical analysis, orthogonal bases and the QR algorithm, symmetry and moving frames. Movies include first order partial differential equations, one-dimensional heat equation, one-dimensional wave equation, evolution equations, linear dispersion on a periodic domain, and nonlinear dispersion on a periodic domain. Olver also offers Matlab programs for image processing; Maple routines for computing the symmetries of binary forms; Mathematica routines for computing symmetries, variational derivatives, and implementations of the Cartan equivalence method; and Mathematica programs for heat equation in rectangles and disks, wave equations (on disks or in three dimensions, with a localized or interacting pulse, hammer blow, plucked string, Dirichlet boundary conditions), spherical harmonics, transport equations, and more. His OTeX collection of plain TeX macros does automatic referencing, equation and theorem numbering, figures, and indexing among other handy typesetting tasks.

Levels: College, Research
Languages: English
Resource Types: Course Notes, Articles, Documents/Sketches/Galleries, Editors/Typesetting, Maple, Mathematica
Math Topics: Modern Algebra, Differential Equations, Geometry, Physics

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