Perturbation of Hamiltonian Systems with Keplerian Potentials.

Antonio Ambrosetti; V. Coti Zelati

Mathematische Zeitschrift (1989)

  • Volume: 201, Issue: 2, page 227-242
  • ISSN: 0025-5874; 1432-1823

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Ambrosetti, Antonio, and Coti Zelati, V.. "Perturbation of Hamiltonian Systems with Keplerian Potentials.." Mathematische Zeitschrift 201.2 (1989): 227-242. <http://eudml.org/doc/174049>.

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journal = {Mathematische Zeitschrift},
keywords = {Keplerian potentials; existence; periodic solutions; second order Hamiltonian system; circular orbits},
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pages = {227-242},
title = {Perturbation of Hamiltonian Systems with Keplerian Potentials.},
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volume = {201},
year = {1989},
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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. Vittorio Coti Zelati, Periodic solutions for N-body type problems
  2. Susanna Terracini, Multiplicity of periodic solution with prescribed energy to singular dynamical systems
  3. Vittorio Coti Zelati, Enrico Serra, Some properties of collision and non-collision orbits for a class of singular dynamical systems
  4. Kazunaga Tanaka, Non-collision solutions for a second order singular hamiltonian system with weak force
  5. Claude Viterbo, Orbites périodiques dans le problème des trois corps
  6. Antonio Ambrosetti, Critical points and nonlinear variational problems

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