American Mathematical Society Translations - Series 2 Volume: 33; 1963; 438 . Book Series Name: American Mathematical Society Translations - Series 2. Volume: 33. Publication Month and Year: 2016-04-27.

American Mathematical Society Translations - Series 2 Volume: 33; 1963; 438 pp; MSC: Primary 31; Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-3244-7 Product Code: TRANS2/33. Eleven Papers on Differential Equations, Two on Information Theory. Base Product Code Keyword List: trans2; TRANS2; trans2/33; TRANS2/33; trans2-33; TRANS2-33. Online Product Code: TRANS2/33.

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Two on Information Theory by . Format Paperback 438 pages. Publication date 01 Feb 1990. Publisher American Mathematical Society. Publication City/Country Providence, United States.

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Eleven Papers on Differential Equations, Two on Information Theory. A. Andronov, D. V. Anosov, Ding Shia-shi, R. L. Dobrušin, G. Gil′, A. N. Kolmogorov, E. Leontovič, A. D. Myškis, O. Oleĭnik, S. Sobolev and V. M. Staržinskiĭ. View other years and volumes: Table of Contents.

The theory of abstract differential equations has been founded by professor Einar Hille in several papers and in his book Functional Analysis and . Linear differential equations in Banach spaces. American Mathematical Society. Zaidman, Samuel (1994).

The theory of abstract differential equations has been founded by professor Einar Hille in several papers and in his book Functional Analysis and Semi-Groups. Other main contributors were Kōsaku Yosida, Ralph Phillips, Isao Miyadera and Selim Grigorievich Krein. 1 Abstract Cauchy problem. Semigroup of operators associated to a Cauchy problem. 2 Nonhomogeneous problem. 3 Time-dependent problem. Topics in abstract differential equations. Longman Scientific & Technical. Zaidman, Samuel (1999).

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Series: Translations of Mathematical Monographs (Book 208). It dates from the 1930s, but achieved its greatest results in the late '50s and early '60s with its application to the classification of manifolds via handlebody theory by Smale, Milnor, and Wallace, among others.

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The American Mathematical Society retains all rights except those granted to the United States Government. Printed in the United States of America. The paper used in this book is acid-free and falls within the guidelines established to ensure permanence and durability. The third and last part gives a brief introduction to chaos, focusing on two selected topics: Interval maps with the logistic map as the prime example plus the identiﬁcation of homoclinic orbits as a source for chaos and the Melnikov method for perturbations of periodic orbits and for ﬁnding homoclinic orbits. Prerequisites This book requires only some basic knowledge of calculus, complex functions, and linear algebra.

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c 2019 by the American Mathematical Society . The American Mathematical Society retains all rights except those granted to the United States Government. On two hydromechanical problems inspired by works of S. Krein N. Kopachevsky, V. I. Voytitsky, and Z. Z. Sitshayeva. Adjoint discrete systems with properly stated leading terms G. Kurina. Solution of the initial value problem for the focusing Davey-Stewartson II system.