On the application of numerical methods to the solution of nonlinear second-order differential equations with random deviations of argument
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We consider the application of the Krylov-Bogolyubov-Mitropol’skii asymptotic method and Runge-Kutta methods to the investigation of oscillating solutions of quasilinear second-order differential equations with random deviations of argument. For specific equations, we obtain approximate numerical solutions and characteristics of random oscillations.
KeywordsStochastic Differential Equation Time Segment Random Deviation Random Delay Random Oscillation
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