Connection formulae for second-order differential equations with a complex parameter and having an arbitrary number of turning points.
What does SODE stand for?
SODE stands for Second-Order Differential Equation
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The textbook covers first-order and second-order differential equations, matrix theory and systems of differential equations, and an introduction to partial differential equations.
 Horng Jaan Li and Cheh Chih Yeh, Oscillations of half-linear second-order differential equations, Hiroshima Math.
Keener, On the solutions of certain linear nonhomogeneous second-order differential equations, Applicable Anal.
BELOHOREC, Non-linear oscillations of a certain non-linear second-order differential equation, Mat.
The reduction method useful to find the general solution of a second-order differential equation only requires the knowledge of a particular solution rather than two as in the usual standard methods.
The behavior is expressed as a system of n second-order differential equations, (3) d/dt([?
Among specific topics are second-order differential equations fields with symmetry, connections on higher order frame bundles and their gauge analogies, and concatenating variational principles and the kinetic stress-energy-momentum tensor.