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Graduate Record 2007-2008 
Graduate Record 2007-2008 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

MAE 642 - Engineering Mathematics II

Further and deeper understanding of partial differential equations that govern physical phenomena in science and engineering. Solution of linear partial differential equations by eigenfunction expansion techniques. Green’s functions for time-independent and time-dependant boundary value problems. Fourier transform methods, and Laplace transform methods. Solution of variety of initial-value, boundary-value problems. Various physical applications. Study of complex variable theory. Functions of complex variable, the complex integral calculus, Taylor series, Laurent series, and the residue theorem, and various applications. Serious work and efforts in the further development of analytical skills and response. Cross-listed as APMA 642. (Y)

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: Graduate standing and APMA/MAE 641 or equivalent.

Credits: 3