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By Paul H. Rabinowitz,Eduard Zehnder

research, et cetera: examine Papers released in Honor of Jürgen Moser's sixtieth Birthday presents a set of papers devoted to Jürgen Moser at the get together of his sixtieth birthday. This e-book covers numerous themes, together with Helmholtz equation, algebraic advanced integrability, conception of Lie teams, and trigonometric polynomials.

Organized into 31 chapters, this ebook starts with an outline of a few simple results of the definition of algebraic whole integrability. this article then derives a illustration theorem for options of the Helmholtz equation. different chapters reflect on the integrable generalizations of the Volterra process and clarify the dynamical approach within the finite-dimensional case. This e-book discusses besides the worldwide periodic suggestions for the planar triple pendulum. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains with the matter of deriving the macroscopic conservation legislation, or the Euler equations, in actual style from the microscopic equations of classical mechanics.

This e-book is a helpful source for mathematicians.

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