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Lectures on Numerical Methods in Bifurcation Problems

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Lectures on Numerical Methods in Bifurcation Problems
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Publisher: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: 3540202285
Number of pages: 140

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These lectures introduce the modern theory of continuation or path following in scientific computing. Almost all problem in science and technology contain parameters. Families or manifolds of solutions of such problems, for a domain of parameter variation, are of prime interest.

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