Reducibility of a nonlinear oscillation system with pulse influence in the neighborhood of an integral manifold
In the neighborhood of an asymptotically stable integral manifold of a multifrequency system with pulse influence at fixed times, we perform a decomposition of the equations for angular and position variables.
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