Algebraic-differential systems with large and rapidly oscillating coefficients. Asymptotics of solutions. (English. Russian original) Zbl 1405.34013

J. Math. Sci., New York 232, No. 4, 428-436 (2018); translation from Probl. Mat. Anal. 93, 23-29 (2018).
The topic of this paper is to develop asymptotic expansions of the solutions of a real linear DAE \[ C(t)\frac{dx}{dt}=(\omega A(t,\omega)+\sqrt{\omega}B(t,\omega t,\omega))x \] in \(\mathbb R^n\), where the oscillating parameter \(\omega\) is supposed to be a large number. The matrix \(C(t)\) is not full-rank, so we have a DAE.
The main contribution of the authors is the generalization of a result proved by Krutenko and Levenshtam in 2009 : \(r<n\) being the constant rank of \(C(t)\), there is a basis of \(r\) independent solutions \(x_k\) and the authors provide a constructive method to get an asymptotic expansion of this basis as \[ x^k_N(t)=[u_{k0}(t)+\sum_{j=1}^N \omega^{-1/2}(u_{kj}(t)+v_{kj}(t,\omega t))]e^{q_k(\omega,t)}. \] The uniform convergence on an interval \([0, T]\) is proved upon regularity conditions (in particular no small divisor).
This is a technical paper for specialists of this field or physicists that may model systems leading to the initial DAE.


34A09 Implicit ordinary differential equations, differential-algebraic equations
34E05 Asymptotic expansions of solutions to ordinary differential equations
34A30 Linear ordinary differential equations and systems
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