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Lectures on Topics In One-Parameter Bifurcation Problems

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Lectures on Topics In One-Parameter Bifurcation Problems
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: 0387139079
ISBN-13: 9780387139074
Number of pages: 238

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This set of lectures is intended to give a somewhat synthetic exposition for the study of one-parameter bifurcation problems. By this, we mean the analysis of the structure of their set of solutions through the same type of general arguments in various situations.

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