From the reviews of the second edition The book is composed of 6 chapters with the topics of Introduction to Asymptotic Approximations, Matched Asymptotic Expansions Second Order Difference Equations, and Delay Equations enjoyed reading this book that has a refreshing flavor to perturbation methods The book can be used for both undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics and physics and also in aerospace, electrical and mechanical engineering areas Those working in industry will find this book useful in addressing some of the nonlinear problems in real world situations D Subbaram Naidu,.com, March, 2013 This introduction to perturbation methods is a rich, well written textbook Students and their instructors will benefit greatly from this author s evident broad understanding of applied mathematics and mechanics and his uncommon pedagogical abilities and scholarship Holmes s text will be tough to beat for the ambitious and talented Robert E O Malley, Jr., SIAM Review, Vol 55 3 , 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