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Advanced Mathematical Methods (London School of Economics Mathematics)

by Adam Ostaszewski

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It is more like a compilation of methods rather than an accurate description of them. The Calculus part is particularly good, with tons of exercises to practice. I miss some detail on Fourier transform and in actual applications of this and Laplace transform, for instance. However, as a list of basic concepts that a student may later on further develop, it is an excellent resourse. ( )
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Written in an appealing and informal style, this text is a self-contained second course on mathematical methods in linear algebra and multivariate calculus. The prerequisites are elementary courses in linear algebra and calculus, but the author has maintained a balance between a rigorous theoretical and a "cookbook" approach, so that the material will be accessible to students who have not studied mathematics in depth. Indeed, as much of the material is normally available only in technical textbooks, this book will have wide appeal to students whose interests are in application rather than theory. The book is amply supplied with examples and exercises: complete solutions to a large proportion of these are provided.

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