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Aspects of the Inverse Problem to the Calculus of Variations
ArchivumMathematicum
  • Ian M. Anderson, Utah State University
Document Type
Article
Publisher
Masaryk University
Publication Date
12-20-1988
Disciplines
Abstract
The inverse problem to the calculus of variation is that of determining when a given system of differential equations may b derived from a variational principle. Local, global and equivariant aspects of this problem are discussed.
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Originally Published by Masaryk University in Archivum Mathematicum : http://dml.cz/dmlcz/107326

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Aspects of the Inverse Problem to the Calculus of Variations, Archivum Mathematicum (Brno) 24 (1988), 329–370.