On the 100th anniversary of birthday of academician Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogolyubov (1909–2009)

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List of N.N. Bogolyubov’s Selected Publications

  1. “Sur la justification du principe de Rayleigh par l’ordre de l’erreur commise la n-iéme approximation,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci 183, 476–479 (1926) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  2. “On Rayleigh’s Principle in the Theory of Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics and Euler’s Method in Calculus of Variations,” Tr. Fiz.-Mat. Vidd. Vseukr. Akad. Nauk 3(3), 39–57 (1926).Google Scholar
  3. “Approximate Solution of Differential Equations,” Tr. Fiz.-Mat. Vidd. Vseukr. Akad. Nauk 5(5) (1927).Google Scholar
  4. “Sur quelques criteres, concernant l’existance des dérivees d’une function d’une variable reelle,” Collected Papers of the Section of Mathematics, Medicine and Natural Sciences of Shevchenko Scientific Society (Lviv, 1928), pp. 215–221 (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  5. “Sur les methods des differences finies pour la résolution approchee des problemes fondamentaux de la physique mathémetique,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 186, 422–425 (1928) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  6. “Sur la theorie mathématique des oscillographes,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 187, 938–940 (1928) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  7. “On Rayleigh’s Principle in the Theory of Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics and on Euler’s Method in Calculus of Variations,” Ann. Math. Ser. II 29, 255–276 (1928) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  8. “Sopra il methodo dei coefficienti constanti (methodo dei tronconi) per l’integrazione approsimata delle equazioni differenziali della fisica mathematica,” Boll. Un. Math. Ital. 7(1), 72–77 (1928) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  9. “La solution approchee du probleme de Dirichlet,” Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR A, No. 12, 284–288 (1929) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  10. “Sur le calcul des raciness de la transcendante de Fredholm les plus voisines d’un nombre donne par des methods des moindres carres et de l’algorithme variationnel,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR Otd. Fiz. Mat. Nauk, No. 5, 471–488 (1929) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  11. “Sur l’approximation des functions par des sommes trigonometriques,” Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR A, No. 6, 147–152 (1930).Google Scholar
  12. “Application de la methode de l’algorithme variationel a la solution approchee des equations differentiielles aux derives partielles du type elliptique. Estimation des erreurs qu’on commet en s’arretant a la n-eme approximation dans le calcul des valeurs et des functions singulieres. Cas general de l’equation non homogene,” I: Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR Otd. Fiz. Mat. Nauk, No. 1, 43–71; II: No. 2, 105–114 (1930) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  13. “On the Synchronization Theory,” Zap. Fiz.-Mat. Vidd. Vseukr. Akad. Nauk 4, 299–302 (1930) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  14. “La solution approchee du probleme de Dirichlet (Resume),” Vortrage aus dem Gebiete der Aerodynamik und verwandter Gebiete. Aachen (1929) (Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1930), pp. 53–55 (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  15. “Application de la méthode des réduites la solution approchee des équations differentielles aux derives partielles du type elliptique,” Vortrage aus dem Gebite der Aerodynamik und verwandter Gebriete. Aachen, 1929 (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1930), pp. 55–57 (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  16. “Sur quelques méthodes nouvelles dans le calcul dés variations,” Ann Math. Pura Appl. Ser. IV 7, 249–271(1930).Google Scholar
  17. “Sur l’approximation trigonometrique des functions dans l’intervalle infiini,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR OMEN, No. 1, 23–54; No. 2, 149–160 (1931) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  18. “On Some Theorems Concerning the Existence of Integrals of Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR OMEN, No. 3, 323–344 (1931) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  19. “Determination of Maximum Values of Some Quantities (Displacements, Moments, etc.) Using Special Methods Reducing Their Majorants,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR OMEN, No. 6, 771–785 (1931) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  20. “Sur un probleme de l’électrostatique, Tr. Khar’kov. Elrktrotekh. Inst., No. 1, 7–19 (1931) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  21. “Sur l’application des methods directes quelques problemes du calcul des variations,” Ann. Math. Pura Appl. Ser. IV 9, 195–241 (1931).Google Scholar
  22. Investigation of the Longitudinal Stability of Aircraft (Aviaavtoizdat, Moscow, 1932) (with N. M. Krylov) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  23. Basic Problems in Nonlinear Mechanics (Gostekhizdat, Moscow, 1932) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  24. New Methods in the Calculus of Variations (Tekhnteorizat, Kiev, 1932) [in Ukrainian].Google Scholar
  25. Oscillations of Synchronous Machines. 2: On the Stability of Parallel Operation of Synchronous Machines (Energovidav, Kharkov, 1932) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  26. Méthodes nouvelles pour la solution quelques problemes mathématiques se rencontrant dans la science des constructions (Kiev, 1932) (with N. M. Krylov) [in French].Google Scholar
  27. “Recherches sur la stabilite statique et la stabilite dynamique des machines synchrones,” Compt. Rend. Travaux de la Troisieme section (Gauthier-Villars, Paris, 1932), pp. 179–205 (Congres internat. d’electricite 4, 3 Sect. T. 1. Rap. No. 14) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  28. “Fundamental Problems of the Nonlinear Mechanics,” Congres Internat. des Math. (Zurich, 1932), Vol. 2, pp. 270–272 (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  29. “Quelques exemples d’oscillation non linéares,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 194, 957–960 (1932) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  30. “Sur le théoreme fundamental de l’algebra,” Boll. Un. Math. Ital. 5, 65–66 (1932).Google Scholar
  31. New Methods for Solving Some Mathematical Problems Encountered in Engineering (Budvidav, Kharkov, 1933) (with N. M. Krylov) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  32. “Fundamental Problems in Nonlinear Mechanics,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR OMEN, No. 4, 475–498 (1933) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  33. “Sur quelques propriétes generales des resonances dans la mécanique non linéaire,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 197, 908–910 (1933) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  34. New Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics and Their Application to the Study of Operation of Electronic Generators (ONTI, Moscow, 1934), Part I (with N. M. Krylov) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  35. Application of Nonlinear Mechanics Methods to the Theory of Stationary Oscillations (Vseukr. Akad. Nauk, Kiev, 1934) (with N. M. Krylov) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  36. “Symbolic Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics and Their Application to the Study of Resonances in Electronic Generators,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR OMEN, No. 1, 7–34 (1934) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  37. “Sur les solutions quasi-périodiques des équations de la mecanique non linéare,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 199, 1592–1593 (1934) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  38. “Uber einige Methoden der nicht linearen Mechanik in ihren Anwendungen zur Theorie der nicht linearen Resonanz,” Schweiz. Bauzig 103(22), 255–257 (1934); (23), 267–270 (1934) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  39. “Study of Resonance in Transverse Vibrations of Rods Experiencing Periodic Normal Forces Applied to One of the Rod Ends,” in Studies of Structural Vibrations (Nauchn.-Tekh. Izd., Kharkov, 1935) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  40. “New Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics and Their Application to the Study of Longitudinal Stability of Aircraft,” Proceedings of All-Union Conference on Aerodynamics, December 23–27, 1993 (Moscow, Tsentr. Aerogidrodin. Inst., 1993), Part I, pp. 101–109 (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  41. “Sur l’étude du cas de résonance dans les problémes de la mécanique non linéaire,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 200, 113–115 (1935) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  42. “Sur quelques théorems de la théorie génerale de la mesure,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 201, 1002–1003(1935) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  43. “Les measures invariants et la transivite,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 201, 1454–1456 (1935) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  44. “Méthodes de la méchanique non linéaire appliqués la theorie des oscillations stationnaires,” Cas. Pest. Math. 64, 107–115 (1935) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  45. “Les measures invariantes et transitives dans la mécanique non linéaire,” Mat. Sb. I, No. 5, 707–710 (1936) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  46. “Les mouvements stationnaires généraux dans les systémes dynamiques de la mécanique non linéaire,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 202, 200–201 (1936) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  47. “Sur les propriétes ergodiques de l’équation de Smoluchovsky, Soc. Math. 64, 49–56 (1936) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  48. “Upon Some New Results in the Domain of Nonlinear Mechanics,” Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. Ser. A 3, 523–526 (1936) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
  49. “Application de la mécanique linéaire quelques problémes de la radiotechnique moderne,” Onde Electr. 15,508–531 (1936) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  50. Introduction in Nonlinear Mechanics (Approximate and Asymptotic Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics) (Akad. Nauk Ukr. SSR, Kiev, 1937) (with N. M. Krylov) [in Ukrainian].Google Scholar
  51. “On Repeated Iteration with Variable Parameters, in Collected Papers on Nonlinear Mechanics (Akad. Nauk Ukr. SSR, Kiev, 1937), pp. 191–200 (with N. M. Krylov) [in Ukrainian].Google Scholar
  52. “Remarks on Rietz Theorem,” Nauk. Zap. Kiev. Derzh. Univ. 3(1) (1937); Fiz.-Mat. Zb., No. 3, 9–23 (1937).Google Scholar
  53. “Sur les probabilitiés en chaine,” Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 204, 1386–1388 (1937) (with N. M. Krylov).MATHGoogle Scholar
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  57. “Some Problems in the Ergodic Theory of Stochastic Systems,” Zap. Kaf. Fiz. Akad. Nauk Ukr. SSR 4, 243–287 (1939) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  58. “Certain Ergodic Properties of Continuous Transformation Groups,” Nauk. Zap. Kiev. Derzh. Univ. 4(5); Fiz.-Mat. Zb., No. 4, 45–52 (1939).Google Scholar
  59. “The Steepest Descent Method as Applied to the Proof of Some Asymptotic Inequalities,” Nauk. Zap. Kiev. Derzh. Univ. 4(5); Fiz.-Mat. Zb., No. 4, 221–250 (1939) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
  60. “On Linearization of Transitive Compact Transformation Groups,” Nauk. Zap. Mekh.-Mat. Kiev. Derzh. Univ. 5, 17–24 (1941).Google Scholar
  61. “Asymptotic Inequalities Applied to Some Issues of Statistical Dynamics of Systems with a Large Number of Degrees of Freedom,” Nauk. Zap. Mekh.-Mat. Fak. Kiev. Derzh. Univ. 5, 49–68 (1941) (with N. M. Krylov).Google Scholar
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  63. On Statistical Methods in Mathematical Physics (Akad. Nauk Ukr. SSR, Kiev, 1945) [in Russian].Google Scholar
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  69. “Kinetic Equations,” Zh. Eksp. Teor. Fiz. 16, 691–702 (1946).Google Scholar
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  1. 1.Dorodnicyn Computing CenterRussian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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