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Scalar Conservation Laws

R. LeVeque
Published 1992 · Mathematics

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We begin our study of conservation laws by considering the scalar case. Many of the difficulties encountered with systems of equations are already encountered here, and a good understanding of the scalar equation is required before proceeding.



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