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The publisher:
Wiley
, 1999.
The authors:
David Lomen
and
David Lovelock
.
Table of Contents
and brief summary of each chapter.
Chapter 1
Basic Concepts
Chapter 2
Autonomous Differential Equations
Chapter 3
First Order Differential Equations—Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects
Chapter 4
Models and Applications Leading to New Techniques
Chapter 5
First Order Linear Differential Equations and Models
Chapter 6
Interplay Between First Order Systems and Second Order Equations
Chapter 7
Second Order Linear Differential Equations with Forcing Functions
Chapter 8
Second Order Linear Differential Equations—Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects
Chapter 9
Linear Autonomous Systems
Chapter 10
Nonlinear Autonomous Systems
Chapter 11
Using Laplace Transforms
Chapter 12
Using Power Series
Philosophy—
why we wrote the book
(4 pages.)
Possible
syllabi
for an introductory course on ordinary differential equations.
Prerequisites
for using the book.
Changes
from the preliminary edition.
Printing errors
and other inaccuracies.
Additional materials
available.
A
message
from UA students.
Acknowledgments
.
Data Selected by Properties
(about 100 data sets).
Decreasing: 
Linear

Concave Up

Increasing: 
Linear

Concave Up

Concave Down

Sigmoidal

Increasing and Decreasing: 
Concave Up

Concave Down

Data Selected by Fields
(about 100 data sets).

Chemistry

Electricity

Growth

Motion

Population

Miscellaneous

Data Selected by Chapters
(about 100 data sets).

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Data collections
Ordinary differential equations