The Resource Linear integral equations : theory & technique, Ram P. Kanwal
Linear integral equations : theory & technique, Ram P. Kanwal
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 Summary
 Many physical problems that are usually solved by differential equation methods can be solved more effectively by integral equation methods. Such problems abound in applied mathematics, theoretical mechanics, and mathematical physics. This uncorrected softcover reprint of the second edition places the emphasis on applications and presents a variety of techniques with extensive examples. Originally published in 1971, Linear Integral Equations is ideal as a text for a beginning graduate level course. Its treatment of boundary value problems also makes the book useful to researchers in many applied fields
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Professional Development Programs for Teaching with Visualizations
 Libby Gerard, Ou Lydia Liu, Stephanie Corliss, Keisha Varma and Michele Spitulnik, et al.
 Introduction to Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective
 Chrystalla Mouza and Nancy C. Lavigne
 Part 1.
 Technologies that Support Learning to Understand and Create
 Curricular Activity Systems Supporting the Use of Dynamic Representations to Foster Students' Deep Understanding of Mathematics
 Phil Vahey, Jennifer Knudsen, Kenneth Rafanan and Teresa LaraMeloy
 Dynabooks: Supporting Teachers to Engage All Learners in Key Literacies
 Jeremy Roschelle, Susan Courey, Charles Patton and Elizabeth Murray
 Teaching Engineering Design with Digital Fabrication: Imagining, Creating, and Refining Ideas
 Jennifer L. Chiu, Glen Bull, Robert Q. Berry III and William R. Kjellstrom
 Like, Comment, Share: Collaboration and Civic Engagement Within Social Network Sites
 Christine Greenhow and Jiahang Li
 Part 2.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Collaboration
 Networked Technologies for Fostering Novel Forms of Student Interaction in High School Mathematics Classrooms
 Tobin White
 Supporting Collaborative Knowledge Construction with Web 2.0 Technologies
 James D. Slotta and Hedieh Najafi
 Networked Technologies to Foster Students' Collaboration and Reflection
 Eleni A. Kyza
 Mobile Media Learning: Ubiquitous Computing Environments for the Mobile Generation
 Kurt D. Squire
 Part 3.
 Technologies that Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 The Role of OnetoOne Computing in the Education of atRisk HighSchool Students
 Chrystalla Mouza and Albert Cavalier
 Virtual Middle School Courses to Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 Cathy Cavanaugh and Feng Liu
 The Potential of Mobile Technologies to Connect Teaching and Learning Inside and Outside of the Classroom
 Mark van't Hooft
 Imagining, Creating, Playing, Sharing, Reflecting: How Online Community Supports Young People as Designers of Interactive Media
 Karen Brennan and Mitchel Resnick
 Epilogue: Designing and Integrating Emerging Technologies for Learning, Collaboration, Reflection, and Creativity
 Nancy C. Lavigne and Chrystalla Mouza.s
 Part 4.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Gaming
 Design Principles for Creating Educational Virtual Worlds
 Brian C. Nelson, Diane Jass Ketelhut, Younsu Kim, Cecile Foshee and Kent Slack
 NarrativeCentered Learning Environments: A StoryCentric Approach to Educational Games
 James C. Lester, Jonathan P. Rowe and Bradford W. Mott
 Creative Play in Virtual Worlds: Avatar Designs, Language Play, and Cheats
 Deborah A. Fields and Yasmin B. Kafai
 Applications to mixed boundary value problems
 Integral equation perturbation methods
 Integral equations with separable kernels
 Method of successive approximations
 Classical fredholm theory
 Applications to ordinary differential equations
 Applications to partial differential equations
 Symmetric kernels
 Singular integral equations
 Integral transform methods
 Isbn
 9781461460121
 Label
 Linear integral equations : theory & technique
 Title
 Linear integral equations
 Title remainder
 theory & technique
 Statement of responsibility
 Ram P. Kanwal
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Many physical problems that are usually solved by differential equation methods can be solved more effectively by integral equation methods. Such problems abound in applied mathematics, theoretical mechanics, and mathematical physics. This uncorrected softcover reprint of the second edition places the emphasis on applications and presents a variety of techniques with extensive examples. Originally published in 1971, Linear Integral Equations is ideal as a text for a beginning graduate level course. Its treatment of boundary value problems also makes the book useful to researchers in many applied fields
 Cataloging source
 GW5XE
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Kanwal, Ram P
 Dewey number
 515.45
 Index
 index present
 Language note
 English
 LC call number
 QA431
 LC item number
 .K36 2013
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 NLM call number
 Online Book
 Series statement
 Modern Birkhäuser classics
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Integral equations
 Integral equations
 Label
 Linear integral equations : theory & technique, Ram P. Kanwal
 Antecedent source
 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Professional Development Programs for Teaching with Visualizations
 Libby Gerard, Ou Lydia Liu, Stephanie Corliss, Keisha Varma and Michele Spitulnik, et al.
 Introduction to Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective
 Chrystalla Mouza and Nancy C. Lavigne
 Part 1.
 Technologies that Support Learning to Understand and Create
 Curricular Activity Systems Supporting the Use of Dynamic Representations to Foster Students' Deep Understanding of Mathematics
 Phil Vahey, Jennifer Knudsen, Kenneth Rafanan and Teresa LaraMeloy
 Dynabooks: Supporting Teachers to Engage All Learners in Key Literacies
 Jeremy Roschelle, Susan Courey, Charles Patton and Elizabeth Murray
 Teaching Engineering Design with Digital Fabrication: Imagining, Creating, and Refining Ideas
 Jennifer L. Chiu, Glen Bull, Robert Q. Berry III and William R. Kjellstrom
 Like, Comment, Share: Collaboration and Civic Engagement Within Social Network Sites
 Christine Greenhow and Jiahang Li
 Part 2.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Collaboration
 Networked Technologies for Fostering Novel Forms of Student Interaction in High School Mathematics Classrooms
 Tobin White
 Supporting Collaborative Knowledge Construction with Web 2.0 Technologies
 James D. Slotta and Hedieh Najafi
 Networked Technologies to Foster Students' Collaboration and Reflection
 Eleni A. Kyza
 Mobile Media Learning: Ubiquitous Computing Environments for the Mobile Generation
 Kurt D. Squire
 Part 3.
 Technologies that Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 The Role of OnetoOne Computing in the Education of atRisk HighSchool Students
 Chrystalla Mouza and Albert Cavalier
 Virtual Middle School Courses to Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 Cathy Cavanaugh and Feng Liu
 The Potential of Mobile Technologies to Connect Teaching and Learning Inside and Outside of the Classroom
 Mark van't Hooft
 Imagining, Creating, Playing, Sharing, Reflecting: How Online Community Supports Young People as Designers of Interactive Media
 Karen Brennan and Mitchel Resnick
 Epilogue: Designing and Integrating Emerging Technologies for Learning, Collaboration, Reflection, and Creativity
 Nancy C. Lavigne and Chrystalla Mouza.s
 Part 4.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Gaming
 Design Principles for Creating Educational Virtual Worlds
 Brian C. Nelson, Diane Jass Ketelhut, Younsu Kim, Cecile Foshee and Kent Slack
 NarrativeCentered Learning Environments: A StoryCentric Approach to Educational Games
 James C. Lester, Jonathan P. Rowe and Bradford W. Mott
 Creative Play in Virtual Worlds: Avatar Designs, Language Play, and Cheats
 Deborah A. Fields and Yasmin B. Kafai
 Applications to mixed boundary value problems
 Integral equation perturbation methods
 Integral equations with separable kernels
 Method of successive approximations
 Classical fredholm theory
 Applications to ordinary differential equations
 Applications to partial differential equations
 Symmetric kernels
 Singular integral equations
 Integral transform methods
 Control code
 820204662
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781461460121
 Level of compression
 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9781461460121
 Quality assurance targets
 not applicable
 Reformatting quality
 unknown
 Sound
 unknown sound
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)820204662
 Label
 Linear integral equations : theory & technique, Ram P. Kanwal
 Antecedent source
 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Professional Development Programs for Teaching with Visualizations
 Libby Gerard, Ou Lydia Liu, Stephanie Corliss, Keisha Varma and Michele Spitulnik, et al.
 Introduction to Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective
 Chrystalla Mouza and Nancy C. Lavigne
 Part 1.
 Technologies that Support Learning to Understand and Create
 Curricular Activity Systems Supporting the Use of Dynamic Representations to Foster Students' Deep Understanding of Mathematics
 Phil Vahey, Jennifer Knudsen, Kenneth Rafanan and Teresa LaraMeloy
 Dynabooks: Supporting Teachers to Engage All Learners in Key Literacies
 Jeremy Roschelle, Susan Courey, Charles Patton and Elizabeth Murray
 Teaching Engineering Design with Digital Fabrication: Imagining, Creating, and Refining Ideas
 Jennifer L. Chiu, Glen Bull, Robert Q. Berry III and William R. Kjellstrom
 Like, Comment, Share: Collaboration and Civic Engagement Within Social Network Sites
 Christine Greenhow and Jiahang Li
 Part 2.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Collaboration
 Networked Technologies for Fostering Novel Forms of Student Interaction in High School Mathematics Classrooms
 Tobin White
 Supporting Collaborative Knowledge Construction with Web 2.0 Technologies
 James D. Slotta and Hedieh Najafi
 Networked Technologies to Foster Students' Collaboration and Reflection
 Eleni A. Kyza
 Mobile Media Learning: Ubiquitous Computing Environments for the Mobile Generation
 Kurt D. Squire
 Part 3.
 Technologies that Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 The Role of OnetoOne Computing in the Education of atRisk HighSchool Students
 Chrystalla Mouza and Albert Cavalier
 Virtual Middle School Courses to Support Anytime, Anyplace Learning
 Cathy Cavanaugh and Feng Liu
 The Potential of Mobile Technologies to Connect Teaching and Learning Inside and Outside of the Classroom
 Mark van't Hooft
 Imagining, Creating, Playing, Sharing, Reflecting: How Online Community Supports Young People as Designers of Interactive Media
 Karen Brennan and Mitchel Resnick
 Epilogue: Designing and Integrating Emerging Technologies for Learning, Collaboration, Reflection, and Creativity
 Nancy C. Lavigne and Chrystalla Mouza.s
 Part 4.
 Technologies that Support Learning by Gaming
 Design Principles for Creating Educational Virtual Worlds
 Brian C. Nelson, Diane Jass Ketelhut, Younsu Kim, Cecile Foshee and Kent Slack
 NarrativeCentered Learning Environments: A StoryCentric Approach to Educational Games
 James C. Lester, Jonathan P. Rowe and Bradford W. Mott
 Creative Play in Virtual Worlds: Avatar Designs, Language Play, and Cheats
 Deborah A. Fields and Yasmin B. Kafai
 Applications to mixed boundary value problems
 Integral equation perturbation methods
 Integral equations with separable kernels
 Method of successive approximations
 Classical fredholm theory
 Applications to ordinary differential equations
 Applications to partial differential equations
 Symmetric kernels
 Singular integral equations
 Integral transform methods
 Control code
 820204662
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781461460121
 Level of compression
 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9781461460121
 Quality assurance targets
 not applicable
 Reformatting quality
 unknown
 Sound
 unknown sound
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)820204662
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