Singularly Perturbed Equations with Impulse Action
We propose and justify an algorithm for the construction of asymptotic solutions of singularly perturbed differential equations with impulse action.
KeywordsDifferential Equation Asymptotic Solution Impulse Action Singularly Perturb Perturb Equation
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