Construction of an Integral Manifold of a Multifrequency Oscillation System with Fixed Times of Pulse Action
We determine a class of multifrequency resonance systems with pulse action for which an integral manifold exists. We construct a function that determines a discontinuous integral manifold and investigate its properties.
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