This book started its life as a series of lectures given by the second author from the 1970's onwards to students in their third and fourth years in the Department of Mathematics at the Rostov State University.
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Presents the major developments in this field with emphasis on application of path integration methods in diverse areas. After introducing the concept of path integrals, related topics like random walk, Brownian motion and Wiener integrals are discussed.
A monograph containing significant new developments in the theory of reaction-diffusion systems, particularly those arising in chemistry and life sciences.
Using classical problems to motivate a historical development of the integration theories of Riemann, Lebesgue, Henstock - Kurzweil and McShane, this book shows how new theories of integration were developed to solve problems that earlier integration theories could not handle.
Introduction to Integral Calculus develops an intellectually stimulating level of understanding of the subject while giving numerous applications and incorporating various scientific problems.