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A treatise on the calculus of variations: arranged with the purpose of introducing, as well as illustrating, its principles to the reader by means of problems, and designed to present in all important particulars a complete view of the present state of the science

Lewis Buffett Carll

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Author
Lewis Buffett Carll

Publication information
New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1881
xvii, 568 p

Dates
Publication date: 1881
First available in Project Euclid: 10 April 2015

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ISBN:
1-4297-0022-X

Subjects
Calculus of variations

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Lewis Buffett Carll, A treatise on the calculus of variations: arranged with the purpose of introducing, as well as illustrating, its principles to the reader by means of problems, and designed to present in all important particulars a complete view of the present state of the science (New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1881)

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Chapter I: Maxima and minima of single integrals involving one dependent variable

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Chapter II: Maxima and minima of single integrals involving two or more dependent variables

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Chapter III: Maxima and minima of multiple integrals

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Chapter IV: Application of the calculus of variations to determining the conditions which will render a function integrable one or more times

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