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"Differential calculus, as introduced by Sir Isaac Newton and Gottried Wilhelm Leibniz in the late 17th century, opened up a wealth of new possibilities for mathematical modeling in the natural and – later on – in the life sciences and in technology. Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), entirely based on the concept of differential and integral calculus, relate one or more state variables to their variations (differentials) with respect to certain independent variables like time, space, velocity etc. Just to name a few examples, PDEs were used by James Clerk Maxwell to model electromagnetic fields interacting with charges and currents, by Ludwig Boltzmann to describe the non-equilibrium dynamics of rarefied gases, by Albert Einstein to phrase the laws of gravitation in the general theory of relativity and by Erwin Schroedinger and Werner Heisenberg to formulate quantum mechanics in mathematical-analitycal terms.” (Peter A. Markowich, Applied Partial Differential Equations, A visual approach, Springer, 2007).
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