Editor-in-Chief Andrei D. Polyanin
Alexander V. Aksenov, Russia
George W. Bluman, Canada
Francesco Calogero, Italy
Peter A. Clarkson, United Kingdom
Robert Conte, France
Peter G. Leach, South Africa
Nikolai A. Kudryashov, Russia|
Willard Miller, USA
Anatoly G. Nikitin, Ukraine
William E. Schiesser, USA
Alexei I. Zhurov, Russia/UK
Daniel I. Zwillinger, USA
Equations play a crucial role in modern mathematics and form the
basis for mathematical modelling of numerous phenomena and processes in
science and engineering.
The international scientific-educational website EqWorld presents extensive
information on solutions to various classes of
and other mathematical equations. It also outlines
some methods for solving equations, includes interesting articles,
gives links to mathematical websites and software packages, lists useful handbooks and
monographs, and refers to scientific publishers, journals, etc. The website
includes a dynamic section Equation Archive which allows
authors to quickly publish their equations (differential, integral, and other)
and also exact solutions, first integrals, and transformations.
The EqWorld website is intended for
researchers, university teachers, engineers, and students all over the world. It contains
about 2000 webpages and is visited by
over 3000 users a day (coming from 200 countries worldwide).
All resources presented on this site are free to its users.
''Need the solution for the generalized Abel integral equation of the second
kind? Stumped by the FitzHugh-Nagumo equation, which can describe heat transfer
and the voltage across a cell membrane? Check out EqWorld ...
EqWorld gathers solutions that had been squirreled away in handbooks, journals,
and other sources. The site includes ordinary and partial differential equations ...''
Science, 2005, Vol 308, Issue 5727, p. 1387
''... EqWorld provides general solutions to many types of equations that
scientists and engineers are likely to encounter. The website also includes articles and
Physics Today, July 2005, p. 35
Site last updated: 15 January 2019