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Course# MATH-301: Ordinary differential equations

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Le cours donne une introduction à la théorie des EDO, y compris existence de solutions locales/globales, comportement asymptotique, étude de la stabilité de points stationnaires et applications, en particulier aux systèmes dynamiques et en biologie.

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