When investigating dynamic processes that arise, for example, in mechanical systems, we often have to deal with the analysis of possible actions, the nature of which is not completely clear to us. These actions can be caused by both external uncontrollable (random) excitations and uncontrollable variations in the geometry and parameters of a system.
KeywordsRandom Process Free Motion Probability Characteristic Nonholonomic Constraint Random Excitation
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