Course code: 504209 |
Subject title: ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS |
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Credits: 6 |
Type of subject: Mandatory |
Year: 2 |
Period: 1º S |
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Department: Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas |
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Lecturers |
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PALACIAN SUBIELA, JESUS FCO. [Mentoring] | LOPEZ GARCIA, JOSE LUIS (Resp) [Mentoring] |

Matemáticas/Ecuaciones Diferenciales y Álgebra

CB4 - That students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both a specialized and non-specialized audience.

CG1 - Apply acquired analytical and abstraction skills, intuition, and logical thinking to identify and analyze complex problems and seek and formulate solutions in a multidisciplinary environment.

CG5 - Prepare, plan and develop the contents of the topics and subjects of the scientific field corresponding to pre-university education.

CE19 - Propose and analyze mathematical models of real situations, applying the techniques of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, algebra and geometry to solve them.

RA 1. Master the concept of differential equation and system of differential equations, existence and uniqueness of solution.

RA 2. Know the basic techniques for solving first order differential equations.

RA 3. Understand the structure of the space of solutions of differential equations and linear systems. Master the basic techniques of solving differential equations and linear systems with constant coefficients.

RA 4. Handle the technique of solving linear differential equations using power series and its usefulness in the equations of mathematical physics.

RA 5. Get some knowledge concept of dynamical system and acquire the associated fundamental concepts.

Methodology - Activity | Attendance | Self-study |

A-1 Expository / participative classes | 42 | |

A-2 Hands on learning | 14 | |

A-3 Cooperative learning activities | ||

A-4 Carrying out tasks / group projects | ||

A-5 Studying and autonomous work of the student | 88 | |

A-6 Tutorials | 2 | |

A-7 Assessment Tests | 4 | |

Total | 60 | 90 |

Proficiency | Educational Activity |

CB4 - That students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both a specialized and non-specialized audience. | A-1 Expository / participative classes; A-2 Hands on learning; A-5 Studying and autonomous work of the student; A-6 Tutorials and A-7 Assessment Tests. |

CG1 - Apply acquired analytical and abstraction skills, intuition, and logical thinking to identify and analyze complex problems and seek and formulate solutions in a multidisciplinary environment. | A-1 Expository / participative classes; A-2 Hands on learning; A-5 Studying and autonomous work of the student; A-6 Tutorials and A-7 Assessment Tests. |

CG5 - Prepare, plan and develop the contents of the subjects and subjects of the scientific field corresponding to teachings. Prepare, plan and develop the contents of the subjects and subjects of the scientific field corresponding to pre-university teachings. | A-1 Expository / participative classes; A-2 Hands on learning; A-5 Studying and autonomous work of the student; A-6 Tutorials and A-7 Assessment Tests. |

CE19 - Propose and analyze mathematical models of real situations, using the tools of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, algebra and geometry to solve them. |

Learning outcome |
Assessment activity |
Weight (%) |
It allows test resit |
Minimum required grade |
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RA1-RA5 | Tasks and Report: Continuous Assessment | 20% | Yes | 0 |

RA1-RA5 | Individual written test (long answer tests) | 80% | Yes | 5 |

If the student did not get the minimum grade to weigh in any of the activities, the grade of the subject would be 4.9 out of 10 at most (fail).

First-order differential equations. Linear equations and power series solutions. Linear systems. Dynamical systems. Differential equations of physics. Sturm-Liouville problems.

1. Introduction to differential equations. Motivation and basic definitions. Elementary differential equations.

2. First-order differential equations. Separation of variables. Homogeneous. Exact equations. Integrating factor. First-order linear. Changes of variables.

3. Theoretical aspects. Initial value problem. Existence and uniqueness theorem. Boundary problems. Approximate solutions.

4. Linear differential equations. General theory. Constant coefficients. Regular and singular points. Analytical solutions. Power series and Frobenius methods. Special functions. Introduction to Sturm-Liouville problems.

5. Linear systems of equations. General theory. Constant coefficients. Homogeneous and non-homogeneous systems.

6. Nonlinear equations. Introduction to dynamical systems. Applications in real life.

**Access the bibliography that your professor has requested from the Library.**

**Basic bibliography**

[1] D.G. Zill. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications Problems, Tenth Ed., Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning, 2013.

**Additional bibliography**

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[1] F. Diacu. An Introduction to Differential Equations: Order and Chaos. W.H. Freeman, 2000.

[2] M.W. Hirsch, S. Smale y R.L. Devaney. Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and an Introduction to Chaos. Academic Press, 2012.

[3] F. Marcellán, L. Casasús y A. Zarzo. Ecuaciones diferenciales. Problemas lineales y aplicaciones. McGraw-Hill, 1991.

[4] G. Strang. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 2015.

[5] F. Ayres. Schaum's Outline of Differential Equations. McGraw-Hill, 1992.

[6] Ó. Ciaurri. Instantáneas diferenciales. Métodos elementales de resolución de ecuaciones diferenciales ordinarias, estudio del problema de Cauchy y teoría de ecuaciones y sistemas lineales. Universidad de La Rioja, 2011.

[7] S. Novo, R. Obaya y J. Rojo. Ecuaciones y sistemas diferenciales. McGraw-Hill, 1995.

Public University of Navarre. Aulario building (the room will be posted on the website). The specific places where each of the activities takes place will be announced at the beginning of the course.