Methods of solving singular systems of ordinary differential equations by BoiНЎarintНЎsev, IНЎU. E.

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  • Differential equations -- Numerical solutions.,
  • Equations, Simutaneous -- Numerical solutions.

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StatementYuri Boyarintsev ; translated by Vassily Michalkowski.
SeriesPure and applied mathematics, Pure and applied mathematics (John Wiley & Sons : Unnumbered)
LC ClassificationsQA372 .B66413 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 163 p. ;
Number of Pages163
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Open LibraryOL1556389M
ISBN 100471931632
LC Control Number91036823

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