Introduction to Traveling Waves
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Introduction to Traveling Waves

Anna R. Ghazaryan, Stéphane Lafortune, Vahagn Manukian

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Introduction to Traveling Waves

Anna R. Ghazaryan, Stéphane Lafortune, Vahagn Manukian

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Introduction to Traveling Waves is an invitation to research focused on traveling waves for undergraduate and masters level students. Traveling waves are not typically covered in the undergraduate curriculum, and topics related to traveling waves are usually only covered in research papers, except for a few texts designed for students. This book includes techniques that are not covered in those texts.

Through their experience involving undergraduate and graduate students in a research topic related to traveling waves, the authors found that the main difficulty is to provide reading materials that contain the background information sufficient to start a research project without an expectation of an extensive list of prerequisites beyond regular undergraduate coursework. This book meets that need and serves as an entry point into research topics about the existence and stability of traveling waves.


  • Self-contained, step-by-step introduction to nonlinear waves written assuming minimal prerequisites, such as an undergraduate course on linear algebra and differential equations.
  • Suitable as a textbook for a special topics course, or as supplementary reading for courses on modeling.
  • Contains numerous examples to support the theoretical material.
  • Supplementary MATLAB codes available via GitHub.

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