5 edition of Theory of phase-controlled oscillations. found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[Translation Helen Watney-Kaczérová] Prague, Academia.|
|LC Classifications||QC661 .D6513 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||75025328|
Oscillations and Waves. The aim of this textbook is to develop a unified mathematical theory of oscillations and waves. Examples are drawn from the physics of discrete mechanical systems; continuous gases, fluids, and elastic solids; electronic circuits; electromagnetic waves; optical systems; and, finally, quantum mechanical systems. Chapter 8. \Small oscillations, the potential energy matrix and 𝐿-matrix, and direct and inverse problems of the theory of small oscillations 61 70; Chapter 9. \Observable and computable values and reducing inverse problems of the theory of small oscillations to the inverse problem of spectral analysis for Hermitian matrices 67
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