By Eric Carlen, Evans M. Harrel, Michael Loss
This quantity comprises chosen contributions from the ""Georgia Institute of Technology-UAB foreign convention on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics"". The booklet deals a mix of convinced rising issues and significant examine advances during this energetic quarter. the subjects variety commonly and comprise magnetic Schrodinger operators, the Boltzmann equations, nonlinear variational difficulties, and noncommutative likelihood idea. a few articles have been incorporated for his or her aesthetic worth and others to give an outline. All articles have been reviewed for clinical content material and clarity. The textual content is appropriate for graduate and complex graduate classes and seminars at the subject
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