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# Tag Archives: Differential equations

## PDE Coffee Table Book

I stumbled upon The (Unfinished) PDE Coffee Table Book, which can be quite useful for future courses on PDE. Here is the link. Advertisements

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## Graduate differential equations I at NDSU this Fall

This Fall I will be teaching, among other courses, an introductory graduate course on Ordinary Differential Equations. This is actually one of my favorite courses, which, among other things, shows how actually mathematics is being developed, contrary to more abstract … Continue reading

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## Hilbert’s 16-th problem solved. Or not?..

Hilbert’s 16th problem. When variational principles meet differential systems Jaume Llibre, Pablo Pedregal We provide an upper bound for the number of limit cycles that polynomial differential systems of a given degree may have. The bound turns out to be … Continue reading