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Solving perturbed polynomial equations
Rather than asking the most general question possible, I will frame it in terms of what I believe is an illustrative example. Let $\epsilon>0$ be a small parameter, let $a,b>0$ and $x\in ...
May 24 '12 at 8:14
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