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Differ. Uravn., 1976, Volume 12, Number 11, Pages 1939–1945 (Mi de2904)  

Ordinary Differential Equations

The application of certain methods of the theory of ordinary differential equations to the study of difference schemes in the problem of nonlinear oscillations of a circular plate

Zh. N. Dmitrieva, N. F. Morozov

Leningrad State University

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UDC: 517.949.8
Received: 24.01.1975

Citation: Zh. N. Dmitrieva, N. F. Morozov, “The application of certain methods of the theory of ordinary differential equations to the study of difference schemes in the problem of nonlinear oscillations of a circular plate”, Differ. Uravn., 12:11 (1976), 1939–1945

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