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- Illinois Valley Plastics (est. 1953)
- In Vitro Embryo Production
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The **initial value problem** u"(t) = Au(t) + v(t), t [member of] R, u(0) = [u.

Watson, Symmetric multistep method for periodic **initial value problem**, J.

An **initial value problem** consists of (1) equipped with initial conditions [y.

This method has the advantages of yielding a relatively small NLP and exploiting the robustness and efficiency of modern **initial value problem** and sensitivity solvers (Maly and Petzold, 1996).

Given a dynamic equation, say the **initial value problem** [x.

Let us consider now the **initial value problem** on T [x.

2] [member of] R, we will denote the unique solution of the **initial value problem** (1.

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