Stable and Random Motions in Dynamical Systems: With Special Emphasis on Celestial Mechanics
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For centuries, astronomers have been interested in the motions of the planets and in methods to calculate their orbits. Since Newton, mathematicians have been fascinated by the related N-body problem. They seek to find solutions to the equations of motion for N masspoints interacting with an inverse-square-law force and to determine whether there are quasi-periodic orbits...more
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Published May 6th 2001 by Princeton University Press (first published September 1st 1973)
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