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Differ. Uravn., 1995, Volume 31, Number 4, Pages 569–578 (Mi de8598)  

This article is cited in 1 scientific paper (total in 1 paper)

Ordinary Differential Equations

A constructive method for splitting nonlinear singularly perturbed differential systems

N. V. Voropaeva, V. A. Sobolev

Samara State University

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English version:
Differential Equations, 1995, 31:4, 528–537

Bibliographic databases:
UDC: 517.928.5
Received: 22.10.1993

Citation: N. V. Voropaeva, V. A. Sobolev, “A constructive method for splitting nonlinear singularly perturbed differential systems”, Differ. Uravn., 31:4 (1995), 569–578; Differ. Equ., 31:4 (1995), 528–537

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