04021nmm a2200337 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100001700139245016100156250001700317260006300334300003200397505197300429653002602402653001302428653002502441653002702466653005602493700003202549700003002581700002702611710003402638041001902672989003802691856007202729082000802801520087402809EB000668038EBX0100000000000000052112000000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97836426123741 aArnold, V.I.00aMathematical Aspects of Classical and Celestial MechanicshElektronische Ressourcecby V.I. Arnold, Victor V. Kozlov, A.I. Neishtadt ; edited by V.I. Arnold a2nd ed. 1997 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc1997, 1997 aXIV, 294 pbonline resource0 a1. Basic Principles of Classical Mechanics -- § 1. Newtonian Mechanics -- § 2. Lagrangian Mechanics -- § 3. Hamiltonian Mechanics -- § 4. Vakonomic Mechanics -- § 5. Hamiltonian Formalism with Constraints -- § 6. Realization of Constraints -- 2. The ?-Body Problem -- § 1. The Two-Body Problem -- § 2. Collisions and Regularization -- § 3. Particular Solutions -- § 4. Final Motions in the Three-Body Problem -- § 5. The Restricted Three-Body Problem -- § 6. Ergodic Theorems in Celestial Mechanics -- 3. Symmetry Groups and Reduction (Lowering the Order) -- § 1. Symmetries and Linear First Integrals -- § 2. Reduction of Systems with Symmetry -- § 3. Relative Equilibria and Bifurcations of Invariant Manifolds -- 4. Integrable Systems and Integration Methods -- § 1. Brief Survey of Various Approaches to the Integrability of Hamiltonian Systems -- § 2. Completely Integrable Systems -- §3. Some Methods of Integrating Hamiltonian Systems -- §4. Nonholonomic Integrable Systems -- 5. Perturbation Theory for Integrable Systems -- §1. Averaging of Perturbations -- §2. Averaging in Hamiltonian Systems -- §3. The KAM Theory -- § 4. Adiabatic Invariants -- 6. Nonintegrable Systems -- §1. Near-Integrable Hamiltonian Systems -- § 2. Splitting of Asymptotic Surfaces -- § 3. Quasi-Random Oscillations -- § 4. Nonintegrability in the Neighborhood of an Equilibrium Position (Siegel’s Method) -- § 5. Branching of Solutions and Nonexistence of Single-Valued First Integrals -- § 6. Topological and Geometrical Obstructions to Complete Integrability of Natural Systems with Two Degrees of Freedom -- 7. Theory of Small Oscillations -- §1. Linearization -- § 2. Normal Forms of Linear Oscillations -- § 3. Normal Forms of Hamiltonian Systems Near Equilibria -- § 4. Normal Forms of Hamiltonian Systems Near Closed Trajectories -- § 5. Stability of Equilibria in Conservative Fields -- Comments on the Bibliography -- Recommended Reading aMathematical analysis aAnalysis aMathematical physics aAnalysis (Mathematics) aTheoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics1 aKozlov, Victor V.e[author]1 aNeishtadt, A.I.e[author]1 aArnold, V.I.e[editor]2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -2004 uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-61237-4?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a515 aFrom the reviews: "... As an encyclopaedia article, this book does not seek to serve as a textbook, nor to replace the original articles whose results it describes. The book's goal is to provide an overview, pointing out highlights and unsolved problems, and putting individual results into a coherent context. It is full of historical nuggets, many of them surprising. ... The examples are especially helpful; if a particular topic seems difficult, a later example frequently tames it. The writing is refreshingly direct, never degenerating into a vocabulary lesson for its own sake. The book accomplishes the goals it has set for itself. While it is not an introduction to the field, it is an excellent overview. ..." American Mathematical Monthly, Nov. 1989 "This is a book to curl up with in front of a fire on a cold winter's evening. ..." SIAM Reviews, Sept. 1989