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Ordinary Differential Equations: A Systems Approach

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Ordinary Differential Equations: A Systems Approach
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ISBN/ASIN: 0130460265
Number of pages: 1125

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This is a revision of a text that was on the market for a while. It focuses on systems of differential equations. Some popular topics, which were present in the original text, have been left out to concentrate on what I think a one-semester course should be about: the initial value problem.

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