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- An introduction to advanced dynamics
- Applied nonlinear dynamics : analytical, computational, and experimental methods
- Chaos
- Chaos and integrability in nonlinear dynamics : an introduction
- Chaos and nonlinear dynamics : an introduction for scientists and engineers
- Chaotic vibrations : an introduction for applied scientists and engineers
- Classical dynamics : a contemporary approach
- Classical dynamics and its quantum analogues
- Control of partially-known dynamical systems
- Dynamical analogies
- Dynamical systems
- Dynamics and relativity
- Dynamics of multibody systems
- Dynamics of nonholonomic systems,
- Dynamics, theory and applications
- Elements of Hamiltonian mechanics
- Etudes galiléennes
- Geometry and analysis in nonlinear dynamics
- Global aspects of classical integrable systems
- Introduction to dynamics
- Introduction to physical system dynamics
- Mathematics for dynamic modeling
- Methods of analytical dynamics
- Multibody dynamics
- Newtonian dynamics
- Nonlinear dynamics and evolutionary economics
- Perspectives in nonlinear dynamics : 28-30 May 1985, Naval Surface Weapons Center
- Perspectives of nonlinear dynamics
- Qualitative theory of differential equations,
- Scaling and self-similarity in physics : renormalization in statistical mechanics and dynamics
- Schaum's outline of theory and problems of Lagrangian dynamics, : with a treatment of Euler's equations of motion, Hamilton's equations and Hamilton's principle,
- Solar system dynamics
- Stability and dynamic systems
- Structural systems--statics, dynamics and stability
- The stability of rotating liquid masses
- The variational principles of dynamics
- Topics in dynamics
- Variational principles in dynamics and quantum theory,

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