Multiple time scales for nonlinear systems
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In this paper we extend the results on the multiple time-scale structure for linear autonomous systems of the form
(cf. Coderchet al. ) to nonlinear autonomous systems. Our main result is in obtaining conditions under which the linearized system and the nonlinear system around an equilibrium point have the same time-scale structure.
$$\dot x = A( \in )x$$
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