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Introduction to the Theory of Infinite-Dimensional Dissipative Systems

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Introduction to the Theory of Infinite-Dimensional Dissipative Systems
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Publisher: ACTA
ISBN/ASIN: 9667021645
Number of pages: 419

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This book is an exhaustive introduction to the main ideas of infinite-dimensional dissipative dynamical systems. The author outlines a variety of interlaced tools applied in the study of nonlinear dynamical phenomena in distributed systems. The results presented have direct applications to many developing areas of physics, mechanical engineering and biology.

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