Math 419/519 Spring 2010. Applied Analytical Methods
Instructor: Dr. G. Lugo
Office Hours: Br 224. MWF 1:002:00 P.M. or by appointment
Textbooks: A First Course in Partial Differential Equations by H. F. Weinberger
Syllabus: 
Chapter VI 
Problems in Higher Dimensions (Cont) 


Chapter VII 
Sturm Liouville Theory 


Chapter VIII 
Analytic Functions of a Complex Variable 


Chapter IX 
Evaluation of Integrals by Complex Methods 


Chapter X 
The Fourier Transform 


Chapter XII 
Approximation Methods 



Grading: 
The grade will be based on the cumulative distribution of your scores on the following: 


Homework 
100 points 

Midterm Exam 
100 points 

Final/Project 
200 points. 

Efforts will be made to device exams which will result on a ten point grading scale. 
Makeups: There will be no makeups, no early exams. No exceptions!
Honor Code: Complete academic honesty is expected from all students. Please, read section I of the
Disabilities: If you feel that you should qualify for disability testing or accommodations during this course, contact the Office if Disability Services in Westside Hall or call ext. 3746.
Attendance: Do not miss any classes, but most important, do not miss any exams!
Goals: a) To complete the basic training in PDE’s for scientists and engineers
b) To understand Fourier Series and its applications
c) To learn the theory and applications of orthogonal functions.
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Gabriel G. Lugo.
lugo@uncw.edu
Last updated
05/21/2011