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Algebraic correction methods for two-dimensional eigenvalue problems

Dun, Christopher Robert


Eigenvalue problems, in their many forms, play an important role in many branches of applied mathematics. One of the reasons for this is that eigenvalue problems model vibrating systems, with the eigenvalue determining the frequencies of vibration. The natural approach to the eigenvalue problem is to calculate the eigenvalues from a knowledge of the underlying system. This is known as the forward problem. In many important applications in physics and medicine, the details of the...[Show more]

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Date published: 1995
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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