A reliable analytic study for higherdimensional telegraph equation
Authors
Emad AzZo'bi
 Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Mutah University, P. O. Box 7, Al Karak 61710, Jordan.
Abstract
In this study, we propose a developed semianalytic technique, so called the
generalized residual power series method, to process higherdimensional
linear and nonlinear partial differential equations. The obtained solution
is expressed in a form of rapidly convergent power series with easily
computable coefficients. Solution can, in turn, be termed in an exact closed
form. The results indicate the reliability, efficiency, and simplicity of the
proposed scheme. This is achieved by handling the \((m+1)\)dimensional
hyperbolic telegraph equation.
Keywords
 Generalized residual power series method
 convergence analysis
 exact solution
 higherdimensional partial differential equation
 telegraph equation
MSC
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