Singular Partial Differential Equations provides an analytical, constructive, and elementary approach to n-elementary problems. In the first mograph to consider such equations, the author investigates the solvability of partial differential equations and systems in a class of bounded functions with complex coefficients having singularities at the inner points or boundary of the domain. Using complex variable techniques, the author considers a variety of problems, including the Dirichlet, Neumann, and other problems for first order systems. He also explores applications to singular equations, degenerate, high-dimensional Beltrami systems in Cn,, and others. Singular Partial Differential Equations fills a gap in the literature on degenerate and singular partial differential equations and significantly contributes to the theory of boundary value problems for these equations and systems. It will undoubtedly stimulate further research in the field. Practical applications in analysis and physics make this important reading for researchers and students in physics and engineering, along with mathematicians.
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Monographs and Surveys in Pure and Applied Mathematics