2 edition of **Green"s function methods in probability theory** found in the catalog.

Green"s function methods in probability theory

Julian Keilson

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Published
**1965** by Charles Griffin & Co. in London .

Written in English

- Probabilities.,
- Green"s functions.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 199-204.

Statement | Julian Keilson. |

Series | Griffin"s statistical monographs & courses -- no. 17., Griffin"s statistical monographs & courses -- no. 17. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | viii, 220 p. : |

Number of Pages | 220 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14217230M |

The conditions under which this method is valid require careful examination. However, the theory of Green's functions obtains a more complete and regular form over the theory of distributions, or generalized functions. As will be seen, the theory of Green's functions provides an extremely elegant procedure of solving differential equations. The primary topics include: theory of analytic functions, integral transforms, generalized functions, eigenfunction expansions, Green functions, and boundary-value problems. The course is designed to prepare students for advanced treatments of electromagnetic theory and quantum mechanics, but the methods and applications are more general. MATH Probability and Statistics - Syllabus Fall Semester Instructor: Lei, Yue (ofﬁce: S&E , e-mail: [email protected]) Lectures: Lectures concentrate on introducing new concepts and discussing essential aspects of the theory. Ex-amples are chosen based on their relevance to illustrate the concepts. Lecture time: MWF – am in room COB

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Green's function methods in probability theory. London: Charles Griffin & Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Julian Keilson.

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