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Recent advances in oscilation theory

Originální název

Recent advances in oscilation theory

Anglický název

Recent advances in oscilation theory

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The Theory of Oscillations is an important branch of the Applied Theory of Differential Equations related with the study of oscillatory phenomena in technology and natural and social sciences. Fundamental problems of the classical Theory of Oscillations consist in proving the existence or nonexistence of oscillatory (periodic, almost-periodic, etc) solutions to a given equation or system, and, in simpler cases, funding such solutions. The paper maps trends in given fields.

Anglický abstrakt

The Theory of Oscillations is an important branch of the Applied Theory of Differential Equations related with the study of oscillatory phenomena in technology and natural and social sciences. Fundamental problems of the classical Theory of Oscillations consist in proving the existence or nonexistence of oscillatory (periodic, almost-periodic, etc) solutions to a given equation or system, and, in simpler cases, funding such solutions. The paper maps trends in given fields.

BibTex


@article{BUT50277,
  author="Josef {Diblík} and Leonid {Berezansky} and Elena {Braverman} and Yuri {Rogovchenko}",
  title="Recent advances in oscilation theory",
  annote="The Theory of Oscillations is an important branch of the Applied Theory of Differential Equations related with the study of oscillatory phenomena in technology and natural and social sciences. Fundamental problems of the classical Theory of Oscillations consist in proving the existence or nonexistence of oscillatory (periodic, almost-periodic, etc) solutions to a given equation or system, and, in simpler cases, funding such solutions.  The paper maps trends in given fields.",
  chapter="50277",
  journal="International Journal of Differential Equations",
  number="1",
  volume="2010",
  year="2010",
  month="december",
  pages="1--3",
  type="journal article - other"
}