**Classical Mechanics and Dynamical Systems**

by Martin Scholtz

**Publisher**: Charles University 2012**Number of pages**: 211

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Contents: Classical mechanics; Lagrange equations; Hamilton's equations; Variational principle; Hamilton-Jacobi equation; Electromagnetic field; Discrete dynamical systems and fractals; Dynamical systems; Bifurcations; Important commands in Mathematica.

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