Welcome - Applied Analysis MATH 4540   Applied Analysis
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course is an introduction to the methods of modern applied analysis. This course is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. The topics include classification of planar dynamical systems, nonlinear dynamics, and equilibria, global nonlinear techniques, closed orbits and limit cycles. Calculus of Variations: first and second variations, symmetries, conservation laws and Noether's theorem, Hamiltonian formalism. Time permitting, other topics in Applied Analysis such as tensor calculus will be covered.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: (MATH 3120.03 or MATH 3260.03) and MATH 3501.03, or consent of instructor
CROSS-LISTING: MATH 5540.03