Perturbation Theory of Dynamical Systems

Perturbation Theory of Dynamical Systems

Perturbation Theory of Dynamical Systems
by Nils Berglund

Publisher: arXiv 2001
Number of pages: 111

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These are lecture notes for a course given to undergraduate Mathematics and Physics students. It covers a few selected topics from perturbation theory at an introductory level. Only certain results are proved, and for some of the most important theorems, sketches of the proofs are provided.

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