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Invariant Imbedding and the Analysis of Processes.

by Robert E. Kalaba

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A description of the invariant imbedding approach to the study of processes, an approach which provides a systematic technique for converting boundary-value problems into initial-value problems. A particle multiplication process serves as example. Classical and invariant imbedding equations are derived and various interconnections are discussed. 30 pp

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