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Methods of averaging for differential equations on an infinite interval; theory and applications.


Methods of averaging for differential equations on an infinite interval; theory and applications.

Burd, Vladimir.

Chapman & Hall/CRC


343 pages



Lecture notes in pure and applied mathematics


Burd (Yaroslavl State University) explains the theory of the method of averaging on the infinite interval in a modern form, and presents some results in the application of the theory. His graduate text walks through the averaging theory for linear differential equations with almost periodic coefficients, considers systems of nonlinear equations where the right-hand side is proportional to a small parameter, and examines systems with a rapidly rotating phase.

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