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Singularities of Transition Processes in Dynamical Systems

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Singularities of Transition Processes in Dynamical Systems
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Publisher: American Mathematical Society
Number of pages: 55

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This monograph presents a systematic analysis of the singularities in the transition processes for dynamical systems. We study general dynamical systems, with dependence on a parameter, and construct relaxation times that depend on three variables: Initial conditions, parameters of the system, and accuracy of the relaxation.

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