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Similar to the Kostelich and Armruster volume above these emphasize geometry. These volumes rely on the geometrical view all the way through. Note that the second volume can be read independently of the first. Hubbard, J. Part 1. What it does exceptionally well is to use complex arithmetic to simplify complex problems. Redheffer, Raymond M. Introduction to Differential Equations. Jones and Bartlett. Nonetheless, it is aimed at roughly the junior level. O'Malley, Robert E.

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Thinking About Ordinary Differential Equations. An undergraduate text that emphasizes theory and moves along at a fair clip is: Birkhoff, Garrett. Gian-Carlo Rota.

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Ordinary Differential Equations. See Dynamical Systems and Calculus. Schiff, Joel L. The Laplace Transform. The standard text in this area has been: Ward, James Brown. Ruel V. Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems. Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers. Lots of pictures. A new book that is also very attractive: O'Neil, Peter V. Beginning Partial Differential Equations. Applied Partial Differential Equations. A Classic introduction. Elementary and a quick read.

Goldberg, Samuel. Introduction to Difference Equations.

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Both are considerably more in depth than Goldberg's. Read his first. Elaydi, Saber, N. An Introduction to Difference Equations, 2nd ed.

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Difference Equations: An Introduction with Applications. Two classics that precede the current era of hyper-interest in this area are both are linear algebra intensive Luenberger, David G. Hirsch, Morris W. Three elementary books follow. The second and third seem to be particularly suited as texts at the sophomore-junior level.

They emphasize linear algebra whereas Acheson is more differential equations and physics.

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    Nahin, Paul J. Perhaps the most remarkable book in this area; truly great book is: Needham, Tristan. Visual Complex Analysis. Also, it is a great reference during the first course. A wonderful book that is concise, elegant, clear: a must have: Bak, Joseph and Donald J. Complex Analysis , 2 nd ed. Complex Analysis.

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    Still another superb first text is formatted exactly as elementary calculus texts usually are: Saff, E. An Introduction to Complex Function Theory. Introduction to Complex Analysis. Basic Complex Analysis , 2 nd ed. Invitation to Complex Analysis. Birkhauser Boston. Titmarsh, E. The Theory of Functions , 2 nd ed. A reference that I expect to sell very well to a wide audience: Krantz, Steven G.

    Handbook of Complex Analysis. The author says it should get you ready for Ph. Definitely a superior work. Gamelin, Theodore W. A great pedagogical work most highly recommended especially to electrical engineers Schey, H.