 ## APM346 Partial Differential Equations

### General:

• Lectures:
• instructor: Victor Ivrii
• office: HU 1008, Huron 215
• phone: 416-978-4031
• email: ivrii@math.toronto.edu
• office hours: Preliminary
• Wed 17:15—17:45 and 19:15—20:00 (and also immediately before the first lecture and after the second lecture)
• Thu 17:00—17:45 (and also immediately before and after lecture)

#### Tutorials

For L5101 please enroll into one of two of tutorial sessions (from Week 1 to Week 12):

T0201 Thu 13:10–14:00, room BA 1240—Tracey Balehowsky
T5101 Wed 17:10–18:00, room MP 134  —Tracey Balehowsky

#### 2016-2017 Timetable Description

Sturm-Liouville problems, Green's functions, special functions (Bessel, Legendre), partial differential equations of second order, separation of variables, integral equations, Fourier transform, stationary phase method.

• Prerequisite: MAT235Y1/MAT237Y1/MAT257Y1,
MAT244H1/MAT267H1
• Exclusion: APM351Y1
• Distribution Requirement Status: This is a Science course
• Breadth Requirement: The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)

### Learning Resources

• This class in the previous years (as I taught)

#### Tests

• Test 1 (2 hours long) October 19, Wed, 19:00–21:00, SF 3202
• Test 2 (2 hours long) November 16, Wed, 19:00–21:00, EX 100
For early/late sittings TBA

#### Marking scheme

Your Final Mark will be computed as follows: \begin{gather} \mathsf{FM}= \min\bigl[\mathsf{T}_1 + \mathsf{T}_2 + \mathsf{Q} + \mathsf{BM}+\mathsf{FEM},\, 100\bigr],\\[3pt] \mathsf{Q} = \mathsf{Q}_1 + \mathsf{Q}_2+\mathsf{Q}_3 + \mathsf{Q}_4 + \mathsf{Q}_5 + \mathsf{Q}_7 \qquad \text{with 2 worst Quizzes dropped} \end{gather} where $\mathsf{FM}$ and $\mathsf{FE}$ are your Final Mark, and the Final Exams Mark respectively,

• $\mathsf{T}_1$ and $\mathsf{T}_2$ are your Test 1 and Test 2 marks (each of these tests is worth 20 points),
• $\mathsf{Q}_n$ are Quiz marks (each 4 points worth), $n=1,2,\ldots,7$, two worst of them is dropped, so $\mathsf{Q}$ is 20 points worth,
• $\mathsf{BM}$ is the bonus mark calculated as $\mathsf{BM}=\min (\mathsf{B}_{\text{class}}^{\text{Lec}}+\mathsf{B}_{\text{class}}^{\text{Tut}}+\mathsf{B}_{\text{web}},10)$, where
• $\mathsf{B}_{\textsf{class}}^{\text{Lec}}$, $\mathsf{B}_{\textsf{class}}^{\text{Tut}}$ and $\mathsf{B}_{\textsf{web}}$ are the bonus points for the activity in the class (during lectures and tutorials, respectively) and contributions to the forum.
• $\mathsf{FEM}$ is a Final Exam Mark, 40 points

Home assignments are neither submitted nor graded but Quizzes will be drawn from Home assignments which are due, Quizzes are usually biweekly and are 15—20 min long in class time, see Lecture Notes which cover also Home assignments and Quizzes.

#### Missing work

There will be no make up (even) for a legitimately missing work, but the remainder will count heavier. Namely: $\mathsf{FM}$ will get factor $100/(100-L)$ with $L$ the sum of all legitimately missed tests or quizzes (quizzes—in excess of two).

Since there will be early and late sittings for Tests and since Quizzes are during class time you need to provide a Verification of Student Illness or Injury form covering the day of the missing test.

Loss of work must be reported the day of the return of the respective work.