A Method of Matching of Interior and Exterior Asymptotics in Boundary-Value Problems of Mathematical Physics
We describe applications of asymptotic methods to problems of mathematical physics and mechanics, primarily, to the solution of nonlinear singularly perturbed problems in local domains. We also discuss applications of Padé approximations for transformation of asymptotic expansions to rational or quasi-fractional functions.
Keywords and phrasesasymptotic methods Padé approximation boundary-value problem of mathematical physics boundary layer
AMS Subject Classification35Q35 41A21
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