Brand new. We distribute directly for the publisher. The central theme of this book is to show how modern technology can be incorporated into the differential equations course.
The book was written with the teacher in mind. The articles do not constitute a textbook, rather they provide material for study and reflection that will help the teacher pull out ideas relevant to their own classroom situation. Articles touch on a variety of topics: the use of laboratories in ODE courses, modeling using ODEs and computers, dynamical systems, computer exploration of concepts taught in ODE courses, ODE solvers and their use in the classroom, and Internet resources available for the ODE class.Modern technology, and the impetus for change sparked by the reform calculus movement, has had a profound effect on how differential equations is taught???both in terms of content and pedagogy. Teachers are confronted with a variety of textbooks that are very different from each other and from previous editions. Revolutions in Differential Equations can provide teachers with the information they need to navigate this complicated road.The authors of the articles represent a broad spectrum of workers in the field of differential equations. They have performed first-class research into the solution and understanding of such equations???in closed form, numerically, and graphically. They are experienced teachers of ODE courses who have accumulated individually and collectively expert knowledge on incorporating modern technology into the ODE class. These experiences give them unique insights into the future of the ODE class.This volume might be used by instructors who teach: differential equations, Calculus I and II (those portions that discuss ODEs) Engineering Mathematics (those portions that discuss ODEs), Mathematical Modeling, and Applied Mathematics.
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