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Optimization of relaxation processes

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Translated from Issledovaniya po Prikladnoi Matematike, No. 12, pp. 35–46, 1984.

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Perfilov, S.N., Khabibullin, R.F. Optimization of relaxation processes. J Math Sci 45, 1013–1019 (1989).

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