Dynamical Systems IV: Symplectic Geometry and its Applications
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 20, 2001 - Mathematics - 336 pages
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New Zealand Math. Soc. Newsletter 1991
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Fig 15 The ray space
Fig 41 Transversal fronts caustics
Fig 43 A source with a boundary
Fig 20 Elliptical coordinates on the plane
Fig 23 Hamiltonian flows on surfaces
Fig 28 The geometric meaning of Lagrangian self
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