Euler–Poisson–Darboux equation

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In mathematics, the Euler–Poisson–Darboux[1] equation is the partial differential equation

u_{x,y}+\frac{N(u_x+u_y)}{x+y}=0.

This equation is named for Siméon Poisson, Leonhard Euler, and Gaston Darboux. It plays important role in solving the classical wave equation.

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  1. ^ Zwillinger, D. (1997). Handbook of Differential Equations 3rd edition. Academic Press, Boston, MA. 

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