Oscillations of Linear Systems
Part of the Applied Mathematical Sciences book series (AMS, volume 94)
A linear system of ordinary differential equations has the form
Given an N-dimensional vector f and an N × N-dimensional matrix A(t) of functions of t, we seek a solution vector x(t). We write x, f ∈ E N and A ∈ E N × N and sometimes x′ = dx/dt or ẋ = dx/dt.
$$dx/dt = A\left( t \right)x + f\left( t \right)$$
KeywordsLinear System Support Point Stability Diagram Periodic Coefficient Constant Formula
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