Foundations of Iso-Differential Calculus. Volume 1

Svetlin G. Georgiev
Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Department of Differential Equations, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria

Series: Mathematics Research Developments
BISAC: MAT005000



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Chapter 1 - Physical Origin of the Isodifferential Calculus (pp. 1-38)

Chapter 2 - Isoreals (pp. 39-58)

Chapter 3 - Sequences of Isoreals (pp. 59-76)

Chapter 4 - Isofunctions-definition and Properties (pp. 77-116)

Chapter 5 - Limit of Isofunctions. Continuous Isofunctions (pp. 117-128)

Chapter 6 - Isodifferentiable Isofunctions (pp. 129-152)

Chapter 7 - Isointegrals (pp. 153-210)

Chapter 8 - Appendix: Elements of Isodual Mathematics (pp. 211-236)



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