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Colton, Partial Differential Equations in the Complex Domain, Pitman, 1976. R. Courant and D. Hilbert, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Vo., Wiley, 1962. A. Friedman, Partial. It is wroth to note that formulation (. ) also arises in the modeling of acoustic wave equation with absorbing boundary condition, in which physical quantities are allowed to be discontinuous at the interface (c.Finite Element Methods for Maxwell-Cattaneo Equation with Discontinuous Coefficients.
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A complex differential equation is a differential equation whose solutions are functions of a complex variable. Constructing integrals involves choice of what path to take, which means singularities and branch points of the equation need to be studied. Existence and uniqueness theorems involve the use of majorants and minorants.
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Einar Hille’s book on ordinary differential equations in the complex plane is one of the few introductory treatments of the .
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Author: D.L. Colton
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