By Peter J. Olver

Symmetry tools have lengthy been well-known to be of significant value for the learn of the differential equations. This booklet presents a high-quality advent to these functions of Lie teams to differential equations that have proved to be priceless in perform. The computational tools are provided in order that graduate scholars and researchers can with ease discover ways to use them. Following an exposition of the functions, the booklet develops the underlying concept. some of the issues are awarded in a singular method, with an emphasis on specific examples and computations. additional examples, in addition to new theoretical advancements, look within the routines on the finish of every bankruptcy.

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