Overview Study of the Analytical Analysis of the Internal Dynamics of Nonlinear Time Heteronymous Planetary Differential Systems

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The light high-speed transmission systems with minimum dimensions and weights may show a wide spectrum of properties extending from the regular - periodic solutions to irregular ones of chaotic character. The method of transformation of differential boundary value problems to equivalent nonlinear integro-differential equations with solving kernels of Green’s type and the method of successive approximations are applied for analytical analysis of dynamic phenomena. The paper contains the concise summary of the long-term studies in the given area of basic research.

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Cyril Fischer

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213-220

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M. Hortel and A. Škuderová, "Overview Study of the Analytical Analysis of the Internal Dynamics of Nonlinear Time Heteronymous Planetary Differential Systems", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 821, pp. 213-220, 2016

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00707-013-1041-9

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