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Textbooks and Papers Related to Methods for ODEs Used in dsolve

 

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This page presents a partial list of textbooks and papers that contain explanations of methods and algorithms for ODEs implemented in Maple's dsolve. The references on this page are listed in order of publication date within each section, with the most recent publication first.

Textbooks

  

For the methods based on classifying the ODE

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Polyanin, A.D., and Zaitsev, V.F. Handbook of Exact Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations. CRC Press, 1995.

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Zwillinger, D. Handbook of Differential Equations. 2nd ed. Academic Press, 1992.

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Murphy, G.M. Ordinary Differential Equations and their Solutions. Princeton: Van Nostrand, 1960.

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Kamke, E. Differentialgleichungen: Loesungsmethoden und Loesungen. New York: Chelsea Publishing Co., 1959.

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Ince, E.L. Ordinary Differential Equations. New York: Dover Publications, 1956.

  

For the Lie's symmetry method

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Bluman, G.W. and Kumei, S., Symmetries and Differential Equations, Applied Mathematical Sciences New York: Springer-Verlag, 1989. Vol. 81.

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Stephani, H. Differential Equations: Their Solution Using Symmetries. Edited by M.A.H. MacCallum.  New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

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Olver, P.J. Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1986.

Papers

  

Related to computational implementations for first order ODEs of Abel type

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S. "A connection between Abel and pFq hypergeometric differential equations." European Journal of Applied Mathematics. Vol. 15. (2004): 1-11.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S., and Roche, A.D. "An Abel ordinary differential equation class generalizing known integrable classes." European Journal of Applied Mathematics. Vol. 14. (2003): 217-229.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S., and Roche, A.D. "Abel ODEs: Equivalence and  integrable classes." Computer Physics Communications. Vol. 130. (2000): 204-231.

  

 

  

Related to computational implementations of Special Function solutions for linear ODEs

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S. and Roche, A.D., "Hypergeometric solutions for third order linear ODEs". Submitted for publication (2008).

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S. "Solutions for the General, Confluent, and Bi-Confluent Heun equations and their connection with Abel equations." Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General. Vol. 37. (2004): 9923-9949.

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Chan, L., and Cheb-Terrab, E.S. "Non-Liouvillian solutions for second order linear ODEs." Proceedings of ISSAC'04, Santander, Spain. ACM Press. (2004): 80-86.

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Burger, R.; Labahn, G.; and van Hoeij, M. "Closed form solutions of linear odes having elliptic functions as coefficients." Proceedings of ISSAC'04, Santander,  Spain. ACM Press. (2004): 58-64.

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Chan, L., supervised by E.S. Cheb-Terrab. "On Solving second order linear ODEs admitting non-Liouvillian solutions." Report for NSERC University research award, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser University (2001).

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von Bulow, K., supervised by E.S. Cheb-Terrab. "Equivalence Methods for Second Order Linear Differential Equations." Master's thesis, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo (2000).

  

Related to the computational implementation of Lie's symmetry method

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S., and Kolokolnikov, T. "First-order ordinary differential equations, symmetries and linear transformations." European Journal of Applied Mathematics. Vol. 14. (2003):231-246.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S. "A Computational Approach for the Exact Solving of Systems of Partial Differential Equations." Submitted to Computer Physics Communications, 2001.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S., and Roche, A.D. "Symmetries and First Order ODE Patterns." Computer Physics Communications. Vol. 113. (1998): 239.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S.; Duarte, L.G.S.; and da Mota, L.A.C.P. "Computer Algebra Solving of Second Order ODEs Using Symmetry Methods." Computer Physics Communications. Vol. 108. (1998): 90.

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S.; Duarte, L.G.S.; and da Mota, L.A.C.P. "Computer Algebra Solving of First Order ODEs Using Symmetry Methods." Computer Physics Communications. Vol. 101. (1997): 254.

  

 

  

Related to the computational implementation of integrating factor methods

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Cheb-Terrab, E.S., and Roche, A.D. "Integrating Factors for Second Order ODEs." Journal of Symbolic Computation. Vol. 27 No. 5. (1999): 501-519.

  

 

  

Related to computational implementations for linear ODEs

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Weil, J.A. "Recent Algorithms for Solving Second-Order Differential Equations." The Algorithm Project. (2002).

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van Hoeij, M. "Factorization of Differential Operators with Rational Functions Coefficients." Journal of Symbolic Computation. Vol. 24. (1997): 537-561.

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Labahn, G. "Solving Linear Differential Equations in Maple." MapleTech. Vol. 2 No. 1. (1995): 20.

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Kamran, N., and Olver, P.J. "Equivalence of Differential Operators." SIAM J. Math. Anal. Vol. 20 No. 5. (1989): 1172.

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Kovacic, J. "An algorithm for solving second order linear homogeneous equations." J. Symb. Comp. Vol. 2. (1986): 3-43.

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Smith, Carolyn J., supervised by K.O. Geddes. "A Discussion and Implementation of Kovacic's Algorithm for Ordinary Differential Equations." Master's thesis, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, 1984.

  

Related to computational implementations of elimination algorithms (singular solutions and triangularization of ODE systems)

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Reid, G.J.; Wittkopf, A.D.; and Boulton, A. "Reduction of Systems of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations to Simplified Involutive Forms." Eur. J. Appl. Math. (1996): 635.

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Boulier, F.; Lazard, D.; Ollivier, F.; and Petitot, M. "Representation for the Radical of a Finitely Generated Differential Ideal." Proceedings of ISSAC '95. (1995): 158-166.

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dsolve/algorithms

 


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