Handbook of Differential Equations. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland (ISBN 0-444-51126-1/hbk). x, 725 p. $ 170.00; EUR 170.00; £ 113.50 (2004).
Contents: Catherine Bandle and Wolfgang Reichel, Solutions of quasilinear second-order elliptic boundary value problems via degree theory (1–70); Giovanni P. Galdi, Stationary Navier-Stokes problem in a two-dimensional exterior domain (71–155); Wei-Ming Ni, Qualitative properties of solutions to elliptic problems (157–233); Pablo Pedregal, On some basic aspects of the relationship between the calculus of variations and differential equations (235–295); Itai Shafrir, On a class of singular perturbation problems (297–383); Peter Takáč, Nonlinear spectral problems for degenerate elliptic operators (385–489); Gabriella Tarantello, Analytical aspects of Liouville-type equations with singular sources (491–592); Laurent Véron, Elliptic equations involving measures (593–712).
The articles of this volume will be reviewed individually