#### Quasar Chunawala

##### Well-Known Member

Hi friends,

(1) I am using the book on Linear Analysis by Kreider, Kuller, Ostberg and Perkins in my differential equations course, alongside Ordinary Differential Equations by Tenenbaum and Pollard. I really like the author's use of linear operators to explain the intuition behind the results in the theory of differential equations. Are there any other good books that you would recommend, are of practical value while studying ODEs/PDEs?

It'd be nice, if I can get a couple of good suggestions to master the material at these two links : Differential Equations 1 and Differential Equations 2.

(2) I am using Terrence Tao's book to study Analysis I and preparing my own notes in LaTeX. I plan to follow it up by Axler's new book on Measure, Integration and Analysis here. I am quite interested to learn about these ideas/abstractions, rigorous proofs. Do you think these two books are a good sequence?

Bests,

Quasar

(1) I am using the book on Linear Analysis by Kreider, Kuller, Ostberg and Perkins in my differential equations course, alongside Ordinary Differential Equations by Tenenbaum and Pollard. I really like the author's use of linear operators to explain the intuition behind the results in the theory of differential equations. Are there any other good books that you would recommend, are of practical value while studying ODEs/PDEs?

It'd be nice, if I can get a couple of good suggestions to master the material at these two links : Differential Equations 1 and Differential Equations 2.

(2) I am using Terrence Tao's book to study Analysis I and preparing my own notes in LaTeX. I plan to follow it up by Axler's new book on Measure, Integration and Analysis here. I am quite interested to learn about these ideas/abstractions, rigorous proofs. Do you think these two books are a good sequence?

Bests,

Quasar

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