Advances in Soviet Mathematics 1993; 287 pp; hardcover Volume: 14 ISBN10: 0821841122 ISBN13: 9780821841129 List Price: US$141 Member Price: US$112.80 Order Code: ADVSOV/14
 The nonlinear Stokes phenomenon occurs in the local theory of differential equations (or, more concisely, local dynamics) and finds application in singularity theory. This book contains a number of papers on this subject, including a survey that begins with Stokes' pioneering works on linear theory and discusses the work of Voronin. Readership Research mathematicians. Table of Contents  Yu. S. Il'yashenko  Nonlinear Stokes phenomena
 P. M. Elizarov, Yu. S. Il'yashenko, A. A. Shcherbakov, and S. M. Voronin  Finitely generated groups of germs of onedimensional conformal mappings, and invariants for complex singular points of analytic foliations of the complex plane
 P. M. Elizarov  Tangents to moduli maps
 S. M. Voronin  The DarbouxWhitney theorem and related questions
 Yu. S. Il'yashenko and S. Yu. Yakovenko  Nonlinear Stokes phenomena in smooth classification problems
