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The title is what the work you are citing is called. If there is no title, some styles ask for a description of the source instead.
It is how you find a page on the internet; the address of the web page. The form in which a work was shared or published. On the degree of convergence and overconvergence of polynomials of best simultaneous approximation to several functions analytic in distinct regions. Sufficient conditions in the problem of the calculus of variations in n-space in parametric form and under general end conditions.
Infinite systems if ordinary differential equations with applications to certain second order non-linear partial differential equations of hyperbolic type. On rigid motions in four dimensions with applications to the Laguerre geometry of three dimensions. On the location of the roots of the Jacobian of two binary forms and of the derivative of a rational function. Ordinary linear homogeneous differential equations of order n and the related expansion problems.
A method of series in elastic with applications I to circular plates of constant or variable thickness. Expansion theorems for solution of a Fredholm homogeneous integral equation of the second kind with kernel of non-symmetric type. The general theory of the linear partial q-difference equation and of the linear partial difference equation of the intermediate type. The determination of the coefficients in interpolation formulae and a study of the approximate solution of integral equations.
Problems in the theory of ordinary linear differential equations with auxiliary conditions at more than two points. On the functions of a complex variable defined by an ordinary differential equation of the first order and first degree. Problems connected with linear difference equations of the second order with special reference to equations with periodic coefficients.
Binary Families in a triply connected region with especial reference to hypergeometric families. Regular singular points of a system of homogeneous linear differential equations of the first order.
On linear differential equations of the third and fourth orders in whole solutions exist certain homogeneous relations. Surfaces having the principal radii of curvature at each point numberically equal but of opposite sign.
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