Similarly. . The main goal is to establish the connection between the propagation of electromagnetic waves in thin layers and the 2D description of this propagation. endstream endobj 2225 0 obj <>stream Solving Problems in Mathematical Analysis, Part III, Solving Problems in Mathematical Analysis, Part II, On solutions of quasilinear elliptic inequalities containing terms with ��ޠ��fFeIYR�����x�1fH��N�܁3�����# � ��x�ǂQ� This first of three volumes covers sets, functions, limits, derivatives, integrals, sequences and series, to name a few. is not given, we assume it to be identical to the image of the function, i.e.. designation, and we want to particularly emphasize it. Iގ��gju��#�5���s+��)�F�n� ���g� . This third of three volumes covers curves and surfaces, conditional extremes, curvilinear integrals, complex functions, singularities and Fourier series. or Bijection and Looking for the Inverse Function . p. cm. . 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