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Lie Systems: Theory, Generalisations, and Applications

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Lie Systems: Theory, Generalisations, and Applications
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 163

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Lie systems form a class of systems of first-order ordinary differential equations whose general solutions can be described in terms of certain finite families of particular solutions and a set of constants, by means of a particular type of mapping: the so-called superposition rule.

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