November 9, 2017
LeTourneau University, Longview, TX
Glaske O-101, 11:00 am
We live in a nonlinear world with all sorts of patterns, formations, and motions each of which scientists would like to understand and/or analyze. Many of the periodic motions we observe can be described using various systems of nonlinear differential equations. The aim of this talk is to highlight some of the techniques that are used to analyze such nonlinear oscillators.
Jonathan Mitchell, PhD
Stephen F. Austin State University