Our objective in putting together this volume has been to develop a supplementary text for an elective upper-division undergraduate or graduate course/seminar that might be offered within the scope of a pure or applied mathematics curriculum. A quite unexpected treatment is delivered herein on two subjects that one might hardly have anticipated considering together in a single book. This makes the book an original and unique read, and a good choice for those who are open to challenges and welcome the unexpected.
KeywordsElementary Function Laplace Equation Infinite Series Partial Product Regular Part
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