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Mathematical Physics II by Boris Dubrovin

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Mathematical Physics II
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Publisher: SISSA
Number of pages: 78

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These are lecture notes on various topics in analytic theory of differential equations: Singular points of solutions to analytic differential equations; Monodromy of linear differential operators with rational coefficients.

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