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Dynamical Systems: Analytical and Computational Techniques

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Dynamical Systems: Analytical and Computational Techniques
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535130161
Number of pages: 272

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There has been a considerable progress made during the recent past on mathematical techniques for studying dynamical systems that arise in science and engineering. This progress has been, to a large extent, due to our increasing ability to mathematically model physical processes and to analyze and solve them, both analytically and numerically.

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