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Mixed boundary-value problems (tutorial)

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SIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena

Mbvps are introduced and explained. Theory of analytic functions is used to derive solution of a mbvp for two-dimensional Laplace equation through Cauchy-type integrals, Cauchy principal value integrals, characteristic function of the problem geometry, and conformal mapping of the solution domain. The tutorial is suitable for everybody, who is familiar with differentiation and integration, and curious about mathematical and numerical  features  of mbvps. The notes (48pp) are available on request.



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