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Asymptotic Solutions of Strongly Nonlinear Systems of Differential Equations (Springer Monographs in Mathematics)by Valery V. Kozlov
Synopses & ReviewsPublisher Comments:The book is dedicated to the construction of particular solutions of systems of ordinary differential equations in the form of series that are analogous to those used in Lyapunov's first method. A prominent place is given to asymptotic solutions that tend to an equilibrium position, especially in the strongly nonlinear case, where the existence of such solutions can't be inferred on the basis of the first approximation alone. The book is illustrated with a large number of concrete examples of systems in which the presence of a particular solution of a certain class is related to special properties of the system's dynamic behavior. It is a book for students and specialists who work with dynamical systems in the fields of mechanics, mathematics, and theoretical physics.
Synopsis:With a pedagogic format ideal for graduate students, this text includes a wealth of examples focusing on solutions in dynamical systems theory that mirror those used in Lyapunov's first method, tackling ordinary differential equations expressed as series form.
Table of ContentsPreface. Semiquasihomogeneous systems of ordinary differential equations. 2. The critical case of purely imaginary kernels. 3. Singular problems. 4. The inverse problem for the Lagrange theorem on the stability of equilibrium and other related problems. Appendix A. Nonexponential asymptotic solutions of systems of functionaldifferential equations. Appendix B. Arithmetic properties of the eigenvalues of the Kovalevsky matrix and conditions for the nonintegrability of semiquasihomogeneous systems of ordinary di¤erential equations. Bibliography.
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