05579nmm a2200349 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002000139245012200159250001700281260006300298300003000361505098100391505007601372505095001448505096902398653002603367653001303393653003503406653002703441653003503468710003403503041001903537989003803556490010603594856007203700082000803772520144903780EB000668446EBX0100000000000000052152800000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97836426498511 aBergman, Stefan00aIntegral Operators in the Theory of Linear Partial Differential EquationshElektronische Ressourcecby Stefan Bergman a1st ed. 1961 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc1961, 1961 aX, 148 pbonline resource0 a§ 6. Another type of integral representations of harmonic functions -- § 7. The behavior in the large of functions of the class S (E, ?0, ?1) with a rational associate f (?) -- III. Differential equations in three variables -- § 1. An integral operator generating solutions of the equation ?3? + A (r2) X · ? ? + C (r2) ? = 0 -- § 2. A series expansion for solutions of the equation ?3? + A (r2) X · ? ? + C (r2) ? = 0 -- § 3. An integral operator generating solutions of the equation ?3? + F (y, z) ? = 0 -- § 4. A second integral operator generating solutions of the equation ?3? + F (y, z) ? = 0 -- § 5. An integral operator generating solutions of the equation ?x + ?yy + ?zz + F (y, z) ? = 0 -- § 6. An integral operator generating solutions of the equation g???????+h????+k? = 0 -- IV. Systems of differential equations -- § 1. Harmonic vectors of three variables. Preliminaries -- § 2. Harmonic vectors in the large and their representation as integrals -- 0 a§ 8. An integral operator for equations with non-analytic coefficients0 a§ 3. Integrals of harmonic vectors -- § 4. Relations between integrals of algebraic harmonic vectors in three variables and integrals of algebraic functions of a complex variable -- § 5. Generalization of the residue theorems to the case of the equation ?3? + F (r2) ? = 0 -- § 6. An operator generating solutions of a system of partial differential equations -- V. Equations of mixed type and elliptic equations with singular and non-analytic -- § 1. Introduction. The simplified case of equations of mixed type -- § 2. A generalization of the representation (1.12) of solutions of the equation (1.6) -- § 3. The operator (1.11b) in the general case -- § 4. Generating functions analogous to solutions of the hypergeometric equation -- § 5. On the solution of the initial value problem in the large -- § 6. Generalized Cauchy-Riemann equations -- § 7. The differential equation ?2? + N(x)? = 0 with a new type of singularity of N -- 0 aI. Differential equations in two variables with entire coefficients -- § 1. A representation of solutions of partial differential equations -- § 2. The integral operator of the first kind -- § 3. Further representations of integral operators -- § 4. A representation of the operator of the first kind in terms of integrals -- § 5. Properties of the integral operator of the first kind -- § 6. Some further properties of the integral operator of the first kind -- § 7. The differential equation ?2V + F(r2) V = 0 -- § 8. Integral operators of exponential type -- § 9. The differential equation ?2? + N (x) ? = 0 -- § 10. Differential equations of higher order -- II. Harmonic functions in three variables -- § 1. Preliminaries -- § 2. Characteristic space ?3 -- § 3. Harmonic functions with rational B3-associates -- § 4. Period functions -- § 5. Relations between coefficients of a series development of a harmonic function and its singularities -- aMathematical analysis aAnalysis aPartial Differential Equations aAnalysis (Mathematics) aPartial differential equations2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aErgebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete. 2. Folge, A Series of Modern Surveys in Mathematics uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-64985-1?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a515 aThe present book deals with the construction of solutions of linear partial differential equations by means of integral operators which transform analytic functions of a complex variable into such solutions. The theory of analytic functions has achieved a high degree of deve lopment and simplicity, and the operator method permits us to exploit this theory in the study of differential equations. Although the study of existence and uniqueness of solutions has been highly developed, much less attention has been paid to the investigation of function theo retical properties and to the explicit construction of regular and singular solutions using a unified general procedure. This book attempts to fill in the gap in this direction. Integral operators of various types have been used for a long time in the mathematical literature. In this connection one needs only to mention Euler and Laplace. The author has not attempted to give a complete account of all known operators, but rather has aimed at developing a unified approach. For this purpose he uses special operators which preserve various function theoretical properties of analytic functions, such as domains of regularity, validity of series development, connection between the coefficients of these developments and location and character of singularities, etc. However, all efforts were made to give a complete bibliography to help the reader to find more detailed information